$799.99 (USD$)


    The Opus Rhodes is a multi-talented drop bar bike for performance-minded kids. We designed the Rhodes for quality and kid-friendly versatility. Check out its light alloy frame and fork, and easy-to-control disc brakes with auxiliary levers. Or its easy-shifting microSHIFT 18-speed drivetrain, with a gear range that covers everything from dirt to gravel to pavement. Best of all, your kids will not only gain an appreciation of performance and speed, they'll also develop a healthy, lifelong passion for cycling. The Opus Rhodes. The freedom rider.

    • Performance-ready disc brakes
    • Lightweight butted alloy frame and alloy disc-specific fork
    • Road and cross youth geometry with short reach levers, youth sized bar, saddle and cranks
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    Frame Opus Aluminum 6061
    Fork Opus Aluminum 6061
    Weight (lb) 22.5
    Sizes 24"
    Color(s) Black/Acid Yellow
    Shifters Microshift R492 2 x 9
    Front Derailleur Shimano Acera 3000
    Rear Derailleur Microshift R43M
    Brakes TRP Spyre Twin Piston Mechanical Disc
    Brake Levers Microshift R492
    Crank Samox alloy 152 mm
    Chainrings 42-28
    Bottom Bracket CH-51 Square Taper
    Cassette Microshift 11-32
    Chain KMC Z99
    Headset VP Semi-Integrated Sealed
    Handlebar Opus Primary Junior Road 31.8
    Stem Promax 60 mm
    Grips/Tape Velo Cork
    Saddle Opus Junior
    Seatpost Opus Junior 27.2 x 300
    Wheels/Rims Alex DP17
    Hubs Formula Disc
    Tires Kenda Happy Medium 24 x 32
    Pedals Wellgo Resin


    Geometry diagram
    Riders's height  
    ± cm  
    ± "  
    Size (cm)  
    S - Seat tube (effective center-center in mm) 380
    TT - top tube (effective center-center in mm) 467
    HT - Head tube (mm) 102
    HA - Head angle (mm) 71
    SA - Seat angle (mm) 75
    CS - Chain stay (mm) 385
    D - BB drop (mm) 40
    ST - Stack (mm) 477
    RE - Reach (mm) 340
    SO - Stand over (mm) 640
    Handlebar width (mm) 360
    Stem length (mm) 50
    Crank length (mm) 152
    Geometry diagram
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