Don’t judge this bike too quickly. It looks a little weird, like maybe a snow bike mated with a BMX bike from 1982. You probably think that it wouldn’t be right for anything except riding wheelies down the block. This bike would surprise you.
The OM Duro comes with 27.5″ plus-sized tires that can handle any terrain from asphalt to powdery sand. The Sram 1 x 11 drivetrain makes most off-road riding fun and easy and the tubular steel BMX cranks are made to handle jumps and general abuse. Unlike an actual BMX bike from 40 years ago this one actually stops thanks to the disc brakes and is actually pretty fast thanks to the big wheels.
To us, the OM seems like the perfect bike to ride over to the I-5 colonnade park in Seattle and goof around. Maybe cruise the Hilltop trail to Battle Point park and ride the new pump track.