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3 Best Fly BMX Frames (2024 Review)

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Do you want to build a new setup and search for the best Fly BMX frames?

Today, I bring you their latest line of frames that you can get in many different colors and top tube lengths.

Fly is a BMX company from Spain (it all started in 1999 in Vigo) with a more INNOVATIVE approach to everything they do.

Even though they are more into style, flow, trails, and bowls, you can also get yourself a solid street frame (Courage & Smillie approved!).

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This post covers:

There’s even one for the little legends, at 18”.


  • Best Fly Tech Street Frame: Fuego
  • Best Fly Park & Dirt Frame: Sierra
  • Best All-Around Fly Street Frame: Savanna


Best Fly BMX Frames

Note: Frames are listed in no particular order. (The 1st one is not necessarily better than the 3rd one – they’re all fantastic!)

1. Fuego

fly fuego frame
The Fuego frame from Fly is Devon Smillie’s signature frame with the company that is currently on its second iteration.

The Fuego 2 frame changes up the original by being brakeless only and utilizing different tubing specs that, according to Fly, “Help reduce the overall weight – without sacrificing any of the strength.”

The frame has external gussets on both top/bottom tubes and investment cast dropouts with integrated chain tensioners and an integrated seat post clamp.

The Fuego comes in 3 different top tube sizes and has a steep head tube with a shorter rear end and a higher bottom bracket height to dial it in for Devon’s extremely technical riding!

Update: Devon is no longer riding for Fly (he’s on Cult now), so hurry up because many of the shops are selling the frame at a discount – until the stock lasts.

Fuego specs:

  • Top Tube Length: 20.2” – 20.6” – 21”
  • Head Tube: 75.5° / 4.45”
  • Seat Tube Angle: 71°
  • ChainStay Length: 12.8”
  • Standover: 9.25”
  • BB Height: 11.75”
  • Weight: 5.08 lbs / 21”
  • Price: $369.95 (may vary)

2. Sierra

fly sierra frame
Here is Sergio Layos’ signature frame from Fly Bikes which is called the Sierra Frame. This frame has been updated over the previous version with a change in head tube angle to 75°.

On the Sierra Frame, you will find internal and external gussets on both top and down tube and investment cast dropouts with built-in chain tensioners.

There is removable brake hardware on the frame, and the brakes are where there is a major difference between this and almost all other frames in the modern BMX park geometry space.

The Fly Sierra frame features chainstay brakes, which means that the brake mounts are located on the chainstay tubes rather than the seat stay tubes, but the brake kit is not included with the frame.

Sierra specs:

  • Top Tube Length: 20.6” – 21” – 21.4”
  • Head Tube: 75° / 4.45”
  • Seat Tube Angle: 71°
  • ChainStay Length: 13.6”
  • Standover: 8.75”
  • BB Height: 11.5”
  • Weight: 4.85 lbs
  • Price: $369.95 (may vary)

3. Savanna

fly savanna frame
The FlyBikes Savanna 3 frame is the update to Courage Adams’ original Savanna frame.

The geometry on the Savanna 3 frame is the same as the original, but the frame does have updates that shed a little weight while retaining strength.

It has external as well as internal gussets with tapered and multi-butted tubing. The Savanna 3 also has investment cast dropouts with built-in chain tensioners and an investment cast seat post clamp.

This is a brakeless frame, so there is no brake hardware and nowhere to go.

Savanna specs:

  • Top Tube Length: 20.2” – 20.6” – 21”
  • Head Tube: 75.5° / 4.45”
  • Seat Tube Angle: 71°
  • ChainStay Length: 13”
  • Standover: 9.25”
  • BB Height: 11.75”
  • Weight: 5.3 lbs
  • Price: $369.95 (may vary)

Frequently Asked Questions About Fly Bikes Frames

Are Fly BMX Bikes good?

Yes, Fly is one of the leaders in the BMX industry, offering extreme-quality bikes, frames and products. And if you like innovative bike parts, Fly may be the brand you want to represent.

Where are Fly Bikes made?

All Fly frames and products are made in Taiwan.

Where is Fly Bikes located?

Fly Bikes is located in Vigo, Spain, started back in 1999 through a true passion for BMX and innovation.

Who owns Flybikes?

David Quesada owns Fly Bike company.

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