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Precaliber 24 8-Speed is a classic kids' bike with great style, performance, and durability. It has the simplicity of an 8-speed drivetrain and intuitive twist shift that makes it easy for kids to ride varied terrain. Plus, the strong yet lightweight aluminum frame stands up to even the roughest riders. For kids ages 8-12, between 51-59˝ tall.
Why you'll love it
Intuitive twist shift makes it easy for kids to switch gears when their terrain changes
This bike is hand-me-down heaven: it's built to last, so younger siblings can inherit this bike and it'll still feel like new
Like all Precaliber bikes, the frame is lower so it's easier for kids to stand over and hop on and off
|FRAME||Alpha Silver aluminum, rack and kickstand mounts, replaceable derailleur hanger, 135x5mm QR|
|FORK||Steel, 24'', threadless 1-1/8'' steerer|
|HUB FRONT||Steel, 100mm bolt-on|
|HUB REAR||Steel, 8-speed, 135mm bolt-on|
|RIM||24'' 32-hole alloy|
|SPOKES||14 g stainless steel|
|TIRE||Bontrager XR1, wire bead, 27tpi, 24x2.25''|
|SHIFTER||Shimano Tourney RS45, 8-speed twist|
|REAR DERAILLEUR||Shimano Tourney TX80|
|CRANK||ProWheel alloy, 32T steel ring w/double guard, 152mm length|
|BOTTOM BRACKET||Square taper, 68mm, sealed cartridge|
|CASSETTE||SunRace MFM56l, 13-34, 8 speed|
|PEDAL||Kids' Satellite, 9/16 thread|
|SADDLE||Kids' padded, integrated seat post, with handle|
|SEATPOST||Alloy micro-adjust 27.2x300mm|
|HANDLEBAR||Kids' steel, 25.4 mm clamp, 40 mm rise, 560 mm width|
|GRIPS||Kids' grip, 125mm width|
|STEM||Bontrager Approved alloy, 25.4 mm clamp, 15-degree rise, 60 mm|
|HEADSET||Adjustable ball bearing, threadless|
|BRAKE LEVER||Kids', alloy|
|WEIGHT||11.22 kg / 24.73 lbs|
|WEIGHT LIMIT||This bike has a maximum total weight limit (combined weight of bicycle, rider, and cargo) of 175 pounds (80 kg).|
Alpha Aluminum Frame
Trek's lightweight, high-performance aluminum is durable and rustproof.
Confident stopping for youngsters who are ready to control their speed with their hands.
Fewer speeds keep it simple for kids who are just learning how to shift, or who don’t need all those extra gears.