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BMX Pegs

BMX is most known for its ability to allow bicycle users to perform several tricks they can’t do with standard bicycles and mountain bikes, and one of the typical components of a BMX bike that allows them to do it are pegs.

If you’re not sure where to get BMX pegs that are particular to the bicycle or BMX bike you have, you can never go wrong in choosing us here at HDC Manufacturing! Our BMX pegs are engineered and designed to be steady and stable so that when it gets subjected with weight, it won’t fall off!

We here HDC Manufacturing can produce specific BMX pegs for you!


HDC Manufacturing’s BMX pegs have been engineered and designed to provide the best possible pegs with the right application fit. The wide library of materials we can work on will surely amaze you! We can work on and produce BMX pegs using various materials from aluminum and steel to billets and many more!

Its main purpose is to let the BMX rider center the weight over the wheel without going out of balance. Therefore, it needs to be made and designed to withstand weight in and around it, ensuring that both the bicycle and the BMX rider to be safe.

We here at HDC Manufacturing can produce CNC BMX pegs for both the driver and the passenger, all in varying shapes, measurements, and sizes. Other than that, we are capable of producing straight footrests or folding ones, too!

In terms of surface finishing, we’re skilled and experienced in various types, too! For your BMX pegs, we can perform passivating, screen-printing, powder coating, heat treating, polishing, and many others depending on the outcome and the surface you want for your pegs!

As the best manufacturer of BMX pegs in the country, we can give you the thumbs up even before it reaches your office because we perform multi-testing and assessments to it! HDC Manufacturing is ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you!

Why Choose HDC?

For 13+ years, we have been in the business of producing high-quality BMX pegs to all our clients in and around of China. Our BMX pegs have withstood multiple quality tests and assessments, guaranteeing the safety of use and application.

Our specializations here at HDC Manufacturing revolve around transportation – we can be your go-to manufacturer in terms of automotive and motorcycle parts, too! When it comes to bike parts and components, our BMX pegs aren’t the only things you can count on. You can also get crank sets, chain ring, bike stems, pedals, and even hubs and request it to be customized!

Wherever you are and no matter how complex you want your BMX pegs to be, you can always bank and count on us here at HDC Manufacturing for it.

Don’t ever hesitate to contact us if you ever feel the need to get BMX pegs, because we are always ready to help and assist! We’ll send over a free quotation to you, so, don’t worry!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – BMX Pegs

Welcome to HDC, your premier destination for custom BMX pegs. As experts in CNC machining, we’ve brought our precision engineering skills to the world of BMX accessories. We have compiled an FAQ about BMX pegs for you. In this FAQ, you will find answers to common questions about BMX pegs, including their types, materials, how to install them, and more. We hope this is helpful to you.

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What are BMX pegs, and what are the functions of a peg?

BMX pegs are cylindrical or cylindrical-shaped metal accessories that attach to the axles of BMX bikes. They serve as a platform for riders to perform various tricks and stunts, such as grinds and stalls, by allowing them to slide or balance on obstacles like rails and curbs.

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What materials are BMX pegs typically made from?

BMX pegs are commonly made from steel or aluminum alloy. Steel pegs are known for their strength and durability, while aluminum pegs are lighter and offer a different feel during tricks.

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Are there different sizes of BMX pegs available?

Yes, BMX pegs come in various sizes to accommodate different riding styles and preferences. Standard sizes include 4 inches and 4.5 inches in length, but longer and shorter options are also available.

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How do I install BMX pegs on my bike?

To install BMX pegs, you’ll need to remove the existing axle nuts on your bike’s wheels. Slide the peg onto the axle and secure it with the provided nuts or bolts. Make sure the peg is aligned properly and tightened securely to prevent any wobbling or movement.

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Can I install BMX pegs on any BMX bike?

While many BMX bikes are designed to accommodate pegs, not all bikes are compatible. Check your bike’s specifications to ensure it has the necessary axle openings and spacing to install pegs. Some freestyle BMX bikes come with pegs included or as optional accessories.

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Do BMX pegs affect the bike’s performance or handling?

Yes, adding pegs to your BMX bike can affect its performance and handling. The added weight and altered balance can make the bike feel different. Riders often need to adjust to these changes and may need time to adapt to the new feel when performing tricks.

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Are there different types of BMX pegs available?

Yes, there are various types of BMX pegs, including:

Front Pegs: These attach to the front wheel’s axle and are commonly used for nose wheelies and stalls.

Rear Pegs: Installed on the rear wheel’s axle, they are used for tail whips and grinds.

Hub Guards: These protect the hub and spokes of the wheel from damage during grinds and stalls.

Can I use BMX pegs for both street and park riding?

BMX pegs are versatile and can be used for both street and park riding. However, the choice of peg material, length, and design may vary based on your riding style and preferences.

Do BMX pegs require maintenance?

Yes, regular maintenance is essential to ensure your BMX pegs function correctly. Check for any signs of wear, and keep them clean and properly tightened. Lubricate moving parts to prevent rust and ensure smooth grinding.

Are there any safety precautions to consider when using BMX pegs?

Don’t forget to wear safety gear such as a helmet and knee pads when riding with BMX pegs. Start with basic tricks and gradually progress as you become more skilled and confident. Be aware of your surroundings and avoid using pegs on surfaces that could cause accidents or damage to your bike.


We genuinely hope that these frequently asked questions have provided you with valuable information. If you have more questions or require personalized advice, please don’t hesitate to contact our professional team. Your satisfaction is our utmost priority, and we look forward to providing you with exceptional products and services.

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