Kuwahara E.T. 40th Anniversary Edition

Kuwahara E.T. 40th Anniversary Edition

American BMX Company (United States) - The bike that inspired millions of kids to ride BMX is coming soon to the United States. The Kuwahara E.T. 40th Edition is a limited-run replica of the bike from the film masterpiece E.T. The Extra Terrestrial.

Featuring historically accurate components such as Dia-Compe brakes and a 4130 chromoly frame, the bike is built to the highest standards, and is destined to be a classic.

American BMX Company is proud to present this collaboration with NBC Universal and Kuwahara. Whether you are a fan of E.T. or a BMX aficionado, this is the perfect addition to your collection.

Key Features:

  • E.T. Legend Colorway
  • 4130 Chromoly Frame
  • 4130 Chromoly fork 1" Steerer Tube 
  • Sealed Bearing, 36-Hole Hubs with Kuwahara Laser Etched Logos
  • 44-Tooth Alloy Chainring 
  • Kuwahara Lightning Grips
  • Kuwahara Slant Stem
  • Kuwahara Padded Saddle
  • Dia-Compe MX-121 Brake Levers & MX-1000 Caliper Brakes 

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