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Redline Flight Pro 24: fast out of the box

31 03 2009

I was checking out a BMX racing forum recently and someone asked the question, “What’s the best race cruiser for the money?” There were some strong opinions but the cruiser that seemed to pop up, over and over again, was the Redline Flight Pro 24.  Redline has  a long history in BMX and those years of experience show in this bike.  People seem pretty stoked on how comfortable this bike is to ride and how well it’s spec’d out. A couple of guys had them at the recent Orangeville indoor race series and it looked like they were running them bone stock…and that didn’t seem to slow them down one bit.

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George Goodall‘s seemingly non-stop domination of his cruiser class on the Redline Flight Pro 24 also seems to indicate that this bike is no joke in the speed department.

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12 07 2011
Tested: 2011 SE Floval Flyer « cruiser revolution

[…] rides bigger than you might think based on the 21.25″ top tube. I grabbed a friend’s  Redline Flight 24 with a 21.7″ top tube for a comparision sake and the rider area felt very similar. The Floval […]

24 04 2014
Pull Magazine shows cruisers some love | cruiser revolution

[…] people to race in the cruiser classes, a cruiser shootout, an ad featuring George Goodall on a Redline 24 and an in-depth interview with Cruiser champ, Shawn […]

6 08 2015
Sneak Peek: 2016 Redline Race Cruisers | cruiser revolution

[…] Finally, the Flight Pro 24.  Redline’s top-of-the-line race machine. It features  a frame with Redline’s proprietary  formed R7 tubing, press-fit BB -86, and Redline convertible dropouts.  This is complemented by high-end components like BOX Pro Carbon forks, Redline Flight 120 instant cassette hub with 15mm through axle, and tubeless compatible Alienation Malice rims. Not to mention the Redline Flight AL hollow forged Cranks with a 24mm chromoly spindle. This rig is kitted out. Race-ready (at the highest level), right out of the box. […]

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