Transition Ripcord Complete

Transition Ripcord Complete
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The Ripcord complete bike is a powerhouse of a kids bike with a ton of features and no need to upgrade anything on the bike. RockShox air suspension front and rear makes it super easy to set up and change as the rider grows. SRAM NX 11 speed drivetrain is simple and easy to use with only one trigger shifter and has a huge gear range of 11-42t to help kids get up the steepest of hills. Shimano hydraulic MT400 disc brakes are effortless to use and have excellent lever reach adjustment for smaller hands. Tires are everything and we spare no expense to give the Ripcord the same Maxxis Minion tires that we spec on all our adult bikes for superior traction and braking.

FRAME Ripcord/100mm Front & Rear
  REAR SHOCK RockShox Monarch R
  FORK RockShox 30 Silver TK 26 (100mm)
  HEADSET FSA ZS44
  STEM Spank Spoon (40mm)
  HANDLEBAR RaceFace Ride 31.8 (710mm x 25mm)
  GRIPS Velo Single Clamp
  SADDLE WTB Volt
  SEATPOST JD SP66
  BRAKES Shimano MT400
  ROTORS Shimano TR56 (160mm)
  SHIFTER SRAM NX 11spd
  DERAILLEUR SRAM NX 11spd
  CASSETTE SRAM PG1130 (11-42t)
  CRANK SRAM X1 1000 DUB(30t, 155mm)
  CHAIN SRAM PC 1110
  WHEELSET Jalco DD28 24" Rims/Formula DC91/DC32
  TIRE/FRONT Maxxis Minion DHF 3C (24x2.4)
  TIRE/REAR Maxxis Minion DHR 3C (24x2.4)
  PEDALS Wellgo B087
  WEIGHT Complete Bike 28.8 lbs / 13 kg
FORK AXLE TO CROWN 475
FORK OFFSET 39mm
HEADSET 44mm Zero Stack
BOTTOM BRACKET 73mm BSA Threaded
REAR BRAKE 160mm IS Mount
REAR AXLE 10 x 135
ISCG TABS ISCG 05
SEATPOST DIAMETER 31.6mm
MAXIMUM SEATPOST INSERTION 225mm
SEAT CLAMP 34.9mm
MAXIMUM CHAINRING 32t Single
MAXIMUM TIRE 2.5 x 24"
WEIGHT Frame with Rear Shock: 5.4 lbs. / 2.45 kg
WARRANTY 3 Year We Got Your Back Warranty

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