SPRINT

    SPRINT

    YOU CAN DO IT!
    The Sprint truly bridges the gap between a traditional sidewalk bike and a kid’s first independent pedal machine. Like all Opus Youth bikes, the difference is apparent everywhere. In the Sprint’s alloy frame and fork, proportional sized crank and saddle, and light-action brakes kids can actually use. Add sturdy training wheels (if needed) and our safety headset and you’ve got a kids’ bike that’s miles ahead in safety, durability and fun.

    • Proven 14-inch geometry
    • Lightweight 6061 aluminum frame and fork
    • Single-speed drivetrain
    • Equipped with front and rear V-brakes with youth specific levers
    • Stem pad and youth saddle
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    Specifications

    Frame Opus 6061 aluminum
    Fork Opus 6061 aluminum
    Weight (lb) 19
    Sizes 14"
    Color(s) Zinc Graphite
    Silver Fade
    Shifters N/A
    Front Derailleur N/A
    Rear Derailleur N/A
    Brakes HJ V-brake
    Brake Levers HJ short reach
    Crank Samox 1 piece
    Chainrings 28
    Bottom Bracket 9 pc steel
    Cassette 18
    Chain KMC Z410A
    Headset Neco anti-spin
    Handlebar Opus Junior 40 mm rise
    Stem Zoom aluminum 60 mm 30°
    Grips/Tape Opus Kraton
    Saddle Opus Junior
    Seatpost Opus Junior
    Wheels/Rims Ace aluminum
    Hubs Modus/Joytech
    Tires Kenda K-50 14 x 2.125
    Pedals Resin flat
    Other Adjustable / Removable training wheels
    Other Chainguard / Stem protector

    Geometry

    Geometry diagram
      14"
    Riders's height  
    ± cm 46
    ± " 3-5
    Size (cm)  
    S - Seat tube (effective center-center in mm) 200
    TT - top tube (effective center-center in mm) 359
    HT - Head tube (mm) 80
    HA - Head angle (mm) 70
    SA - Seat angle (mm) 72
    CS - Chain stay (mm) 290
    D - BB drop (mm) 0
    ST - Stack (mm) 293
    RE - Reach (mm) 281
    SO - Stand over (mm) 400
    Handlebar width (mm) 500
    Stem length (mm) 60
    Crank length (mm) 85
    Geometry diagram
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