NIX

    NIX

    GO FURTHER, FASTER
    Meet the NIX. Ever-so popular, now it features SRAM shifting and powerful, light action V-brakes. The updated NIX boosts kids’ confidence to ride faster and further. We specifically sized the crank, saddle and even the brake lever reach for all our youth bikes. And with the generous use of alloy in the forks, cranks and cockpit components, this bikes is among the category leaders for lightness.

    • Sporty and proven 20-inch geometry
    • Lightweight 6061 aluminum frame and fork
    • Shimano 1x7 drivetrain
    • Equipped with front and rear V-brakes
    • Large easy-rolling tires
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    Specifications

    Frame Opus 6061 Aluminum
    Fork Opus 6061 Aluminum
    Weight (lb) 21.5
    Sizes 20"
    Color(s) Blue/Green
    Shifters SRAM MRX Twist 7
    Front Derailleur N/A
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Tourney
    Brakes Tektro V-brake
    Brake Levers Tektro alloy
    Crank Samox SAC3 alloy 127 mm
    Chainrings 36
    Bottom Bracket VP B32 5 pc steel
    Cassette Shimano TZ31 14-34
    Chain KMC Z7
    Headset VP sealed semi-integrated
    Handlebar Opus Junior 25.4
    Stem XFX 60 mm
    Grips/Tape Opus Kraton
    Saddle Opus Junior
    Seatpost Opus Junior 27.2 x 300
    Wheels/Rims Ace aluminum
    Hubs Joytech
    Tires Kenda K-1052 20 x 2.10
    Pedals Wellgo resin
    Other Pedals included

    Geometry

    Geometry diagram
      20"
    Riders's height  
    ± cm 640
    ± 0" 6-8
    Size (cm)  
    S - Seat tube (effective center-center in mm) 309
    TT - top tube (effective center-center in mm) 455
    HT - Head tube (mm) 120
    HA - Head angle (mm) 70
    SA - Seat angle (mm) 73.5
    CS - Chain stay (mm) 370
    D - BB drop (mm) 8
    ST - Stack (mm) 420
    RE - Reach (mm) 333
    SO - Stand over (mm) 529
    Handlebar width (mm) 540
    Stem length (mm) 60
    Crank length (mm) 127
    Geometry diagram
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