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4 Best Total BMX Frames (Riders-Approved) 2024

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Would you like to build a solid park setup and are looking for the best Total BMX frames?

I bring you the ultimate TRICK MACHINES that can take your riding level to new heights.

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Keep in mind, the color you see below is not the only available color. (I like black, duh!)

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There’s something for everyone.

Who owns Total BMX?

Note: Total is a UK-based bike company owned by Ronnie Remo and Mark Webb.

Sure, you can get Mark’s signature frame, too.

But you can also get Kyle Baldock, Alex Coleborn and Nick Bruce’s signature park frames.


So. Cool.


Best Total BMX Frames

Note: Frames are listed in no particular order. (The 1st one is not necessarily better than the 5th one – all are park-riders-approved!)

1. TWS

total tws frame
Mark Webb’s signature TWS frame from Total saw an upgrade to the TWS 2 frame with the only change being the addition of the DBS brake routing system.

According to the Total site, Mark felt that “the geometry is right on point and making a change would simply be for the sake of it.”

The DBS brake routing is intended for dual lower gyro cable setups and allows the cable inners to run through the seat tube rather than around it.

Mark’s frame is built with technical geometry but has a medium-length rear end and a lower bottom bracket height which add to the stability and versatility of the frame.

TWS specs:

  • Top Tube Length – 20.3” – 20.6” – 21” – 21.25”
  • Head Tube – 75.5°
  • Seat Tube Angle – 71°
  • ChainStay Length – 13.2”-13.4”
  • Standover – 8.75”
  • BB Height – 11.5”
  • Weight: 4 lbs 13 oz
  • Price: $460.80 (may vary)

2. Killabee

total killabee frame
The Total Killabee frame has been a staple of the Total BMX frame lineup for years with this version being the 4th iteration of the frame in the Killabee K4.

Also, if you somehow didn’t know, the Killabee is Kyle Baldock’s signature frame. The fourth version of this frame has a few additions that have been asked for, including the DBS brake system and integrated chain tensioners.

Killabee has a super low standover height at just 7.7” and received a steeper head tube angle at 75.75 degrees.

The K4 comes in a huge range of top tube lengths from 18” to 21” and is now compatible with tires up to 2.4”.

Killabee specs:

  • Top Tube Length – 18” – 19.75” – 20.4” – 20.7 – 21”
  • Head Tube – 75.75°
  • ChainStay Length – 12.65”-12.95”
  • Standover – 7.7”
  • BB Height – 11.6”
  • Weight: 4 lbs 10.1 oz
  • Price: $460.80 (may vary)

3. Hangover

total hangover frame
Alex Coleborn’s signature Hangover frame from Total has seen several different versions throughout the years. This is the H4 version and the fourth version of the frame.

Aside from a few new colors, changes to the H4 version of the frame include the seat clamp, the DBS braking system, and ovalized chainstays.

The frame features a mega short standover at 7.25” and a low bottom bracket height of 11.5”, making for a very recognizable look.

Hangover specs:

  • Top Tube Length – 19.8” – 20.4” – 20.6” – 21”
  • Head Tube – 75.25°
  • Seat Tube Angle – 71°
  • ChainStay Length – 12.6”-12.9”
  • Standover – 7.25”
  • BB Height – 11.5”
  • Weight: 4 lbs 8.6 oz
  • Price: $460.80 (may vary)

4. Killabee 18

total killabee 18 frame
Kyle Baldock’s signature Killabee frame from total has several different top tube length options available with its same geometry, but here is an 18” version of the frame.

According to Total, this is one of the lightest and most forward-thinking 18” BMX frames available to date.

One cool aspect of the frame is that it features the DBS braking system of most other Total frames.

The listing on Total’s website may not feature the exact geometric numbers of the frame, but it does say that it is built specifically for smaller and younger riders.

Killabee 18 specs:

  • Top Tube Length – 18”
  • Head Tube – 75.25°
  • ChainStay Length – 11.6” (Slammed)
  • Standover – 7”
  • BB Height – 11.45”
  • Weight – 3 lbs 14 oz
  • Price: $460.80 (may vary)

How To Choose The Right BMX Park Frame?

The frame has the biggest impact on how your bike will feel when shredding skateparks.

It’s important that you choose the size that fits your height and riding style best.

Those who like to go technical and prefer doing a lot of tricks will likely want to choose a frame that’s smaller and more responsive.

On the other hand, flow and transition kings will enjoy a larger, more stable frame more.

Still, every rider is unique, so what might work for me doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll work for you.

What’s more, your frame size preference will likely change with time, when you refine your riding further.

Here are all the additional articles I prepared to help you pick the frame that suits you best.

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