SE Bikes is set to release the first ever 26" PK Ripper Looptail this week. But as you can clearly see, we have designed this highly anticipated bike in collaboration with The Hundreds streetwear clothing company. Check out the custom Jags motif on the entire frame, fork, & bars. For sure you've never seen a bike like this before.
Since Day One, The Hundreds has been about California Culture / Los Angeles Lifestyle. California has been a breeding ground for some of the world’s most prolific subcultures. From the punk scene of the ’80s, to gangsta rap and skateboarding, California lifestyle is all about Doing It Yourself, questioning authority and the norm, and being different. At the core, The Hundreds is influenced by this attitude, and all the various subcultures that we grew up in during the 80s and 90s. The SE/Hundreds collaboration bike follows the same logic
Direct from The Hundreds:
"I think it was Smokey Robinson who said cruisers are made for loving. And The Hundreds have to agree with that. So we've teamed up with one of the longest standing, and most respected names in BMX, the pioneers at SE Bikes, to develop this completely original, and custom made from scratch 26" cruiser. The design is based on SE's world famous PK Ripper – one of the most popular and longest selling bikes in the history of the sport. Scot "OM" Breithaupt founded SE Racing, way back in the mid-70s, pioneering many aspects of the world of BMX. It would be all but impossible to leave a bigger impression on the sport of BMX than Scot Breithaupt has.
Named after team rider Perry "PK" Kramer, the original PK Ripper was one of the first aluminum frame BMX bikes on the market, and so it's fitting that this brand new 26" variant was manufactured with all new 6061 Floval aluminum tubing. It also features a looptail rear end, retro dropouts, and is finished in an eye-catching monochrome, tonal "Jags"motif. If you need it to have a deeper meaning than just looking great, consider that the contrasting black front half and white rear half serves as a metaphor for social and philosophical issues."
Only 300 bikes were produced. Each is individually numbered.