We’ve combine the BMX details with more common road bike features like built in chain tensioners, quick release seatpost clamp, and mounts for water bottle cages or other accessories.
The Erro is spec’d with speed in mind. Lower 2? rise bars, and alloy cranks to reduce weight and keep a more traditional road bike look and ride. The Rixa has more of a BMX influence to it with 4? rise 4pc. bars, and a 3pc chromoly crankset with a spine drive spider for a tough, but clean look. Both bike feature a ton of parts from The Shadow Conspiracy and Rant along with more durable double walled rims.
These bikes are too much fun to ride, and both have a more upright position when in the seat, and the stability to hit up dirt paths, sidewalks and gravel roads giving you the ability to take that shortcut on your next commute.