Hess continues: “BMX has been a culture-defining category in the bike business for decades and we’re dedicated to that segment. Giant’s foothold in BMX enabled us to make innovative bikes like the Rhythm Team that help propel athletes like Corey to be the best.”
Team involvement is crucial to the development of Giant’s performance bicycles, and BMX is no exception as Bohan’s trend-setting inspiration and feedback has aided Giant’s BMX program development for years. This fall, Giant will introduce to the public the new flagship model of the Rhythm BMX line—the same bike Corey rode to victory at X Games, the limited edition Rhythm Team.
The Rhythm Team is the lightest, strongest and most capable model in Giant’s dirt jump-specific Rhythm line, featuring a lightweight chromoly frame and fork, high-end MOSH components and a custom matching paint job for the frame, fork, and handlebar. The Rhythm Team is all business, and will be available for $600.00 retail through authorized Giant Bicycle retailers.
Giant’s involvement in BMX is extensive. Giant’s BMX range includes three bicycle lines featuring a total of ten models, for specific riding principles including dirt jumping, street and neighborhood riding.
To learn more about Giant’s BMX program, please visit www.giantbicycle.com.