- 24" mountain/hack/trials bike- for an adult
Looking to build up a hack/ trials / mountain bike….
Using 24″ wheels…. I have no idea where to start. I remember my mates having trials bike on 24″ wheels.
For some reason I want to build one up and have a go.
What kit frames/ wheels / forks does anybody recommend..
SamPosted 4 years agojackthedogMember
I’m (hopefully) going to be building up a Retrovelo Otto in the new year, and v much looking forward to it!
Ah, a man of fine taste. VERY jealous! Been lusting after those for a while.
I’ve run a 24er jump /play bike in the past. Great fun. Due to make a comeback any time soon, no doubt.Posted 4 years agosharkattackMember
“I wanna go this way – up here – over there!” Was that OTTO speaking or did I really want to take the hard way getting from here to there? It’s barely discernable whether man or machine is in charge here – they both speak the same language. No matter how you call it: Hipbike, Hot Wheelow or PONYVELO – inspired by BMX and pony cars OTTO dashes in on his 24” wheels – permanently pushing his rider and everyone else.
OTTO even marvels mountain bikers with his agility. With our PONYVELO we pay homage to the legendary ‘60’s PONYCARS (Ford Mustang, etc) and have bred a zippy little 24” ride from our 26” BALLOON RACER. Our PONYCAR on two wheels even made us start a small racing team. Be inspired and amazed at how a PONYVELO could speed you up!
What on Earth are they blathering on about? What a load of …………………Posted 4 years agojackthedogMember
24″ its the future
They make a lot of sense for playing around at the smoother trail centres, something a great many do these days. If I had one on the doorstep (and not the rock, root and mud fest that is Wharncliffe or the Peak district) I’d definitely build a 24er back up again.Posted 4 years agoianvMember
£100 for a frame like this at CRC.Posted 4 years ago
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