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Riprock 24

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2021 Riprock 24

Dirt, street, trails—the Riprock 24 doesn't fit neatly into any one box. It's purpose-built for fun, no matter how your little tike decides to ride it.

With a pair of our ultra-wide, 2.8-inch tires and comfortable, confident geometry, smiles are going to be guaranteed. That's because the big tires and 24-inch wheels provide heaps of traction, control, and confidence over any terrain, while a bump-eating, coil-sprung suspension fork will make quick work of absorbing any rough stuff.

Throw in a set of powerful, low maintenance mechanical disc brakes and a low standover that makes getting the perfect fit a total breeze, and your little munchkin has a bike that's going to make every kid in the neighborhood want to rip and rock around the neighborhood till the sun goes down.

Technical Specifications

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FRAMESET

Frame

Specialized A1 Premium Aluminum, single-butted, ZeroStack head tube, 135mm rear hub spacing, forged dropouts, replaceable derailleur hanger

Fork

SR Suntour XCT, coil spring, preload adjust, 70mm of travel

Seat Binder

Bolt-type, 31.8mm

BRAKES

Front Brake

Mechanical disc, organic pads, 6-bolt, tool-less reach adjust, 160mm

Rear Brake

Mechanical disc, organic pads, 6-bolt, tool-less reach adjust, 160mm

WHEELS

Rims

24", double-wall aluminum

Front Hub

Alloy, 6-bolt disc, 110mm spacing, loose ball bearings, QR, 32h

Rear Hub

Alloy, 6-bolt disc, 135mm spacing, 9-speed freehub, loose ball bearings, QR, 32h

Spokes

Stainless, 14g

Front Tire

Big Roller, 60 TPI, wire bead, 24x2.8"

Rear Tire

Big Roller, 60 TPI, wire bead, 24x2.8"

Inner Tubes

Schrader valve

DRIVETRAIN

Shift Levers

Shimano Tourney, grip shift, 8-speed

Cassette

SunRace, 8-Speed, 11-34t

Chain

KMC Z8, 8-speed w/ reusable Missing Link™

Rear Derailleur

Shimano Tourney RD-TX800, 8-speed

Crankset

Forged alloy, 152mm

Chainrings

Steel, 30T

COCKPIT

Saddle

Specialized Kids' Henge

SeatPost

Alloy, single-bolt, 27.2MM

Stem

3D-forged alloy, 4-bolt, 6-degree rise, 25.4mm clamp, 60mm

Grips

Specialized, slip-on

Handlebars

Double-butted alloy, 5-degree backsweep, 25.4mm

ACCESSORIES

Pedals

Nylon platform w/ reflectors

* Weights based on production painted frames as pictured. Actual weights will vary based on colorway, frame size, and component variation. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Geometry

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Crank Length152mm
Stem Length60mm
Handlebar Width600mm
Seatpost Length300mm
Saddle Width135mm
Seat Tube Length, Center to Top567mm
Top Tube Length, Horizontal510mm
BB Drop61mm
BB Height264mm
Chainstay Length420mm
Seat Tube Angle73°
Head Tube Angle69°
Rake40mm
Wheelbase989mm
Standover Height608mm
Head Tube Length115mm
Reach336.5mm
Geometry

Rider Reviews

  • 4
  • 3 Reviews

Great Kid's Bike!

Bought this for my 10 year old and he loves it. I changed the grip-shifter to Shimano Altus trigger shifter and added Shimano MT200 hydraulic brakes. To fix the chain dropping issue, I installed a Narrow-Wide front chainring. I also swapped out the wide tires and installed more modest sized Ground Control Sport, 24x2.35

Would Recommend?
Yes!

Name:
Phillip

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Awesome Ride, Great Step Up for my Son - But Chain Jumps

We stepped up to this from the Hotrock. There are many good points: 1. It has a real adjustable shock that is already paying off on rough complex single track 2. The grip shift is worlds better than on the Hotrock. It is smooth and amazingly easy to shift. 3. The transition to disc brakes (albeit cable-based) is making long rough downhills much better I am not completely sold on the super fat tires yet, but other than weight, they don't seem to be causing an issue. The one challenge is that the chain constantly jumps off of the front chain ring in bouncy technical terrain. I am going to pick up a better chain retainer and see how that goes. I may also consider some kind of tensioner if that doesn't work.


Name:
Pete S.

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