Ryder only carries the good stuff, and Fly Bikes have been producing some of the best stuff for over 15 years. The 2017 line of Fly Bikes gear has finally hit Canada, and it’s never been more dialled.


Devon Smillie’s signature frame, the Fuego, is now available in translucent flat blue, in either 20.5″ or 21″ top tube sizes. Most notably, it has a super short rear end at only 13″, perfect for any tech wizards out there.


The Geo frame is also now available in raw, metallic brown, and burgundy. Fly has developed the Geo to offer something for everybody. With size options for riders who want to go fast and high or slow and technical, Fly has you covered.

To accompany these frames, we’ve also got the new Fuego and Geo handlebars in a variety of colours. Lightweight, strong, and available in different heights and widths, Fly continues to keep everybody in mind when they design handlebars. Throw a pair of flangeless, reversible Devon grips on there for good measure, available in black, tan, and cola.


Fly has consistently designed some of the nicest sprockets in BMX, and that hasn’t changed in 2017. The Tractor and the new extra thick 16mm Tractor XL sprockets are now available in black, dark gold, and space grey. After you add a pair of cranks, make sure you include a pair of Ruben pedals, available in alloy black and an all plastic version.


You’ll need to steer your bike, and Fly has you covered up front with the Volanco series of forks and stems. Included with this shipment is the brand new Volcano fork, featuring a slightly ovalized fork crown to allow for a larger tire clearance. The Volcano TL (Top Load) stem features a wider clamping area, anti-slip grooves, and wider bolt heads, all designed to keep a tight grip when you’re holding on for dear life.



Finally, keep it rubber side down with Fly tires. The Fuego tire, available in black, blue, and tan, is Devon Smillie’s street tribute to the legendary Ruben tire, featuring a new tear resistant inner layer, or keep it classic with the Ruben Rampera, designed to keep you on the ground while you’re going mach 10.


The best Fly Bikes has to offer is waiting to hit your shops. Don’t sleep on the good stuff, Canada; it’ll be moving fast!