Aaron Lutze's Inspired Arcade

This is the most “street” of the Inspired street trials bikes, and it shows. Looking at it up close, it looks like a giant BMX frame with components to match. Surprisingly, it handles proper trials a lot better than I would have expected. Ali Clarkson had a big hand in the development of this steel street trials bike. It seems as though they thought of everything when it came to dialing in this bike. I could see just about anyone with a BMX background hopping on this bike and instantly throwing it down.

Check Out The First Ride

Check out the video of the first ride aboard the Inspired Arcade.

If you’re in the USA, you can get this bike at TrialsSuperstore.com. If you’re anywhere else, check out TartyBikes.co.uk.

BMX Cranks

Most of the “Pro” spec bikes in the Inspired lineup have Truvativ or Hope cranks, but the components on this bike have been custom selected for maximum results on street.

Rear Triangle

Minimalist! With the frame material, they could go to a smaller tubing, but you can see in the dropouts and BB yoke that they’ve kept it tidy as well. This rear triangle is a work of art, truly.

Steel Forks

Steel is real! This bike has a solid feel with the fork and frame both being Japanese CroMoly. Despite the general mindset that steel is heavy, this bike comes in at 25 lbs (11.7 kg), which is not bad at all for a street trials bike. Sturdy, yet nimble.

Full Specs

Frame: 2022 Inspired Arcade Pro

Fork: Inspired Arcade, 15mm Through Axle

Headset: FSA

Stem: Trialtech Sport 90mm x 35 degree

Handlebar: Deity High Side

Grips: Deity Supracush

Brakes: Magura MT7

Brake Rotors: Magura 180mm

Seat: Inspired Team Tripod w/ Inspired Tripod Post

Wheels: Inspired Pro V2 rims with Inspired V2 Disc hubs

Tires: Maxxis Holy Roller 24 x 2.4"

Tubes/Tubeless: Tubed

Cranks: Inspired Arcade V2 175mm

Bashring: Inspired Arcade integrated bashguard 22t

Pedals: Inspired Platform

Bottom Bracket: Inspired Arcade External

Chain: KMC Z1eHX

Chain Tensioner: Inspired