One look at these monster wheels and kids get it. The Stan is all about fun! A true fatbike for kids, the 24" Opus Stan is designed to be easy to ride and surefooted in any terrain. Snow, sand, dirt, across the lawn and around the block? The Stan takes it all in stride. The wide range single-ring drivetrain is easy to use, and the hydraulic disc brakes are quality upgrades that pay big dividends in safety and performance. Specs: • 24” x 4.0 tires provide stability and confidence, and roll over the roughest terrain with ease • 7-speed drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes • Low standover height, youth-sized components • Frame: Opus aluminum 6061 • Fork: Opus Fat Rigid CR-MO 135mm • Size: 24" • Shifters: SRAm X3 Trigger 7 • Front derailleur: N/A • Rear derailleur: SRAM X3 • Brakes: Promax Solve 2 Piston Hydraulic 160mm • Brake levers: Promax Solve • Crank: Samox Alloy 152mm • Chainrings: 32 • Bottom bracket: 5-piece steel • Cassette: Shimano TZ31 14-34 • Chain: KMC Z51 • Headset: VP Semi-Integrated • Handlebar: Zoom 30mm Rise • Stem: Promax 60mm 15" • Grips/Tape: Opus Kraton • Saddle: Opus Junior Black • Seatpost: Promax alloy 30.4 X 300 • Wheels/Rims: Star Circle 507 X 100mm • Hubs: Modus Alloy Fatbike • Tires: Chao Yang Cruiser 24 X 4.0 • Pedals: Wellgo Resin
A fully rigid steel mountain bike that will become your ultimate go-to When Joe Breeze designed the original Thunder, his idea was to make a bike that had a geometry and components that allowed riders to explore the remote trails and hillsides of Northern California and beyond. That spirit lives on with the new Thunder. Still constructed with the soulful ride quality and durability of steel, the new frame boasts some major advancements to allow adventure riders to explore deep into the woods outside of town or on the other side of the world. - Fully-butted chromoly frame with tapered headtube, compatible with suspension forks up to 100mm - Boost-148 through-axle rear triangle allows for tires up to 29x2.95"/75mm - Field-serviceable external derailleur and brake routing - Internal dropper seatpost routing - Multi-mount bottle system in the front triangle to allow for installation of bottles and half-frame bags
When describing a fat bike, you wouldn’t typically describe it as agile. That’s where the Voytek is different. We paired a narrow pedal stance--aka Q factor--with aggressive XC race geometry to build a fat bike that can intuitively handle snowy trails like your mountain bike can handle summer singletrack.
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