RECON

    RECON

    FOLLOW ALONG ON THE TRAIL
    Not just a recreational mountain bike, the updated 24-inch Recon is designed to perform admirably on the trail. Boasting a redesigned and tough-but-light 6061 alloy frame with shorter chainstays and more tire clearance, disc brakes, new wider 2.35-inch tires, this bike delivers on both ability and "Way Cool" looks. Not to mention 80 mm of front suspension to tackle any obstacle the Recon is faced with.

    • Improved 6061 aluminum frame with shorter chainstays
    • Suntour XCT JR DS 80 mm
    • Shimano 3x7 drivetrain
    • Front and Rear 160 mm mechanical disc brakes
    • Knobby 24 x 2.35 tires
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    Specifications

    Frame Opus 6061 Aluminum
    Fork Suntour XCT JR DS 80 mm
    Weight (lb) 27
    Sizes 24"
    Color(s) Dark Silver
    Shifters Shimano Altus 3 x 7
    Front Derailleur Shimano TX-50
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Altus 7 Spd
    Brakes JAK-7 mechanical disc drakes - 160 mm
    Brake Levers Jak-7 mechanical disc
    Crank Lasco alloy 152 mm
    Chainrings 42-32-22
    Bottom Bracket 5 pc steel
    Cassette Shimano HG20 12-32
    Chain KMC Z51
    Headset VP sealed semi-integrated
    Handlebar Opus Junior 25.4
    Stem XFX 60mm 15°
    Grips/Tape Opus Kraton
    Saddle Opus Youth Sport Trail
    Seatpost Opus Junior 27.2 x 300
    Wheels/Rims Ace Disc double wall
    Hubs Joytech
    Tires Innova IA-2024 24 x 2.35
    Pedals Wellgo resin
    Other Pedals included

    Geometry

    Geometry diagram
      24"
    Riders's height  
    ± cm 670
    ± " 8-12
    Size (cm)  
    S - Seat tube (effective center-center in mm) 305
    TT - top tube (effective center-center in mm) 503
    HT - Head tube (mm) 100
    HA - Head angle (mm) 71
    SA - Seat angle (mm) 74
    CS - Chain stay (mm) 400
    D - BB drop (mm) 25
    ST - Stack (mm) 497
    RE - Reach (mm) 360
    SO - Stand over (mm) 615
    Handlebar width (mm) 580
    Stem length (mm) 60
    Crank length (mm) 152
    Geometry diagram
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