I have a 24 inch bmx and have no clue what it is. I need help please!!!
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Its a generic BMX that has been ridden by a rider too big for it - the handlebars are leaned away from the saddle
Likely its been stripped of both brake systems - I can clearly see cable lugs under the top tube, and some kind of brake mount on the seat stay right by the tyre.
The tread pattern differs significantly between wheels, with the front being much knobblier. I suspect one has been replaced and not the other. Doesn't mean anything much.
Can't really tell if its been painted over or not. There are no visible decals or badges in your photos, so its quite hard to say more.
I suggest you fit brakes as per your local law's requirements, give it some maintenance, and enjoy riding your new blue bike.
Knowing the brand is a bit like knowing the parents of a mongrel/pound dog.... Knowing won't change the dog one bit.
This is most likely a contract bike, made by one company for another. My best guess is that it was made for the "XGames" brand by "WeThePeople". ESPN own the XGames brand, but does not make mikes. They originally contracted with Tony Hawk to make skateboards and Mat Hoffman to make BMX bikes.
Criggie had some good points, it was spray painted (they didn't remove the headset cups or the sprocket before painting it) and it is NOT a major brand BMX. You can tell by a few key points. The forks are 1" threaded with a "Wedge down the Tube" neck rather than 1-1/8" threadless. The rear axle is 3/8" rather than 14mm. It came with pegs already on the bike, larger dropouts and the washers are missing (pegs act as the washers, hence the lack of washers once removed, and major bikes don't usually sell you bikes with pegs, they expect you to supply your own). The seatstay is pinched to fit a larger front sprocket. No welded Gyro bosses. The headset and bottom bracket are not using sealed bearings (you can see by the adjustment slots in the BB cone) and the headtube does not use an integrated bearing cup.
This is not the same year as your bike, so there are some differences: the downtube is curved, the brakes are more like V-Brakes (bosses are lower than the rims) rather then the 990s (like yours, up by the tire). Now lets focus on the similarities: 3/8" axles, seatstay/chainstay taper at the rear welds, seatstay/toptube welds at the seattube, the style of the pinch in the chainstay tube by the sprocket. Now for the parts that could have been changed, but most likely not (any why I think it is an XGames contract bike) the seatpost, seatguts, reflector, seat clamp, brake lever are all the same, and the seat on your bike says "FS20" which is not the brand of the bike but rather the brand of the parts maker. Contracted bikes will often use the same parts company even if they change frame welders.
This is a 2017 "Curse FS20" by WeThePeople. There are differences: they used a 14mm rear axle, the smaller sealed bottom bracket, smaller front sprocket so no pinch in the chainstay, integrated headset cups, welded Gyro bosses. Now for the similarities: same rear tube taper at the welds, the same bend from the bottom bracket around the tire, same tube cut shapes for the seatstay and toptube at the seattube, reinforcement gussets on the toptube and downtube at the headtube, and the brake bosses are at the same spots as on your bike. Why is this last part important? Most companies will use the same jig for their bikes, for welding.
This is just an educated guess, and since it is not made by a major bike company, there is not really any website to find for them.
This is NOT a "Curse FS20" by WeThePeople, I am guessing it is from the "XGames" line, but not sure the year or model.