Jump on the Ryde 24 and take your progression to the next level. This steel singlespeed is built with a chromoly top and downtube, tough 24-inch aluminum rims, and a beefy headtube for strength and durability. Front and rear Tektro mechanical disc brakes take the guesswork out of fast run-ins, and the RST Dirt 80mm fork tracks solidly and saves sketchy landings. BMX components show you where the Ryde's influence comes from and include 28/14 micro gearing, tubular chromoly cranks, and Norco one-piece saddle with integrated seatpost, but the modern DJ frame geometry and wide 740mm bars give you the edge in becoming king of the park.
|Frame||Ryde 24 chromoly top tube and downtube frame|
|Fork||RST Dirt 80 mm|
|Headset||FSA Integrated headset, w/ FSA 10mm PC Spacer|
|Rims/Wheels||Alex MUS30 24"|
|Hubs||Norco Alloy Disc Hub 36H, Rear: FW|
|Spokes||Stainless Steel 14g - Black|
|Tires||Kenda K-Rad 24 x 2.3|
|Crankset||Three Piece Tubular Chromo 8 Spline Seamless 170mm cranks|
|Bottom Bracket||Sealed Mid BB|
|Chain||KMC BMX chain|
|Cassette/Rear Cogs||Threaded 14T Freewheel|
|Handlebars||Norco 6061 double butted alloy 740mm x 38mm|
|Tape/Grips||Norco Grip w/small flange|
|Stem||Norco Alloy 35mm Stem|
|Brake Levers||Tektro Alloy|
|Brakes||Tektro Aires Mech Disc w/160mm rotor|
|Saddle||Norco One Piece Saddle|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
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Love it over all but with the crank arm it comes with the sprocket fits on to a "pin", "peg" whatever you what to call it, I believe there is some play there because it is not fastened with a fat bolt. And for this reason I believe I am getting an annoying creaking every time I take a pedal stroke on my drive side. Bike only bought 3-4 months ago and only been lightly used, and definitely cared for. so I am a little ticked, what would it cost them to make it was a bolt to attach the front sprocket.