Verde Bikes released its 2011 BMX line, claiming it to be the best complete bikes it ever produced. The 2011 line-up are the Cadet, Eon, Luxe, Radia, Prism, Theory and Vex.
The Cadet features 25/9 gearing and Doyle grips. It has a sealed mid-bottom bracket and plastic seat with integrated post. The front rim is painted and it comes in colors of red and teal.
The Eon is undoubtedly the best-seller in the bunch. It gets better with new graphics, a 25/9 gearing, chromoly steerer tube, 2-piece plastic seat/post combo, matching grips and a matte finish. It still has its signature Verde painted spokes and rims. It comes in colors of gold, blue or red.
For the top end bike, the Luxe comes complete with Odyssey Twombolt 2-piece cranks, Cinema 777 rims and Skinwall Stunner tires. It carries more DUO parts with Homan grips, Perf Pivotal seat and Resilite pedals. It comes only in mystic black color.
The Radia has a chromoly frame, fork and bars. It features a CNC stem, sealed hubs, headset and bottom bracket. It also has removable brake mounts and double wall rims to make it a street ready bike. It comes in gray or black.
Another new model aside from the Cadet, the Prism comes with a unique investment cast head tube with 3D logo. It also gets DUO Resilite pedals and comes in colors of purple, green and orange.
The Theory undergoes new changes like a redesigned frame, removable brake mounts, integrated Pivotal post and the new investment cast head tube. It comes in colors of purple and aqua.
Last but not the least is the Vex. The 2011 version has upgraded to DUO tires, Cinema rims and a padded Pivotal seat. It also has a chromoly main frame with Japanese tubing. It has 100% chromoly bars and comes in red and teal colors.