Junior Bike Reactor Freak 24"
Full suspension bike with 16" steel frame and 24" wheels, front and rear V-brakes, Shimano twist gear shifting, reflectors, kickstand.
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Junior Bike Reactor Freak 24"
Junior Bike Reactor Freak 24" is state-of-the-art full suspension bike with 16" steel frame and 24" wheels. The bike is equipped with V-brakes, plastic chain cover, anti-slip grips and a reflector set, all for the better safety of your child. The bike’s geometry, it’s components and the already mentioned full suspension allow for a comfortable ride, be it on tarmac roads or an uneven or a bit rougher terrain. The twist gear shifting has 18 speeds. When you compare the bike’s great performance with its price, you’ll understand why Junior Bike Reactor Freak 24"is such a popular choice.
Not sure how to choose the correct bike size and type? Consult our advice page.
- Frame: Steel, full suspension
- Fork: steel, suspension
- Frame size: 16"
- Brakes: V-brakes
- No. of speeds: 18
- Rear derailleur: Shimano RD-TY21
- Cassette: Shimano MF-TZ30
- Gear shifting: Shimano RS35
- Front derailleur: Shimano FD-TZ30
- Cranks: steel, 152 mm, 42 x 34 x 24
- Rims: 24", single-wall, black
- Tires: Kenda 24 x 1.95, black, A/V
- Kickstand: rear, steel
- Reflector set
- Don't know what type and size to pick for your child? You'll find out more in our guide.
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Junior Bike Reactor Freak 24" - Product parameters
Generally speaking, the more the better. Mountain and cross bikes should have at least 24 speeds (road bikes should have at least 18).
The main part of a bike. Other parts and components are affixed to it. It has a shape of an uneven pentagon, but the main load-bearing part is made up of an uneven quadrangle with an adhering triangle at the rear (unless the bike has rear fork suspension).
12" (for users 90 - 110 cm tall)
14" (for users 95 - 115 cm tall)
16" (for users 100 - 125 cm tall)
18" (for users 105 - 125 cm tall)
20" (for users 105 - 135 cm tall)
24" (for users 115 - 155 cm tall)
26" (for users over 155 cm tall)
27,5" (for users over 155 cm tall)
28" (for users over 155 cm tall)
29" (for users over 155 cm tall)
Brakes are an essential part of a bike. The two most common types are disc brakes and V-brakes. Disc brakes are more effective, but need to be maintained more often, while V-brakes are easy to maintain and last longer. Other braking systems include drum brakes or a coaster brake (in children's bikes).
Serves to attach the front wheel and brake.
Brakes are an essential part of a bike. The two most common types are disc brakes and V-brakes. Disc brakes are more effective, but harder to maintain. On the other hand, V-brakes' maintenance is easier and they will last longer. ther braking systes include drum brakes or a coaster brake (children's bikes).
Brakes are an essential part of every bike. The two most common types are disc brakes and V-brakes. Disc brakes are more effective, but harder to maintain. V-brakes are on the other hand easier to maintain and last longer. Other braking systems include drum brakes or a coaster brake (on children's bikes).
Tires serve to protect the tube inside and they optimize the riding attributes of your bike, both on the road and in terrain. Mountain bike tires are wide and have a complex pattern that allows for movement on difficult terrain. Road bike tires, on the other hand, have a shallow pattern and are thin and smooth.
Tires serve as a protection of the inner tube and optimalize the riding qualities of a bike in terrain and on the road. Mountain bike tires are wide and have complex patterns, allowing for riding through hard terrain. Road bikes on the other hand have thin and smooth tires with only a shallow pattern.
Levers or grip shifters change the revolving ratio in the relation of the front sprocket wheel (crankset) and the rear sprocket wheel (cassette) with the help of the front and rear derailleur.
Gear shifting on the chainring.
Gear shifting on the rear wheel.
On modern bikes, sprocket wheels on the rear wheel are affixed to a cassette. Along with the front derailleur, they add more gears and the rider can choose the optimal speed/pedalling ratio. Cassettes can be taken apart and the sprocket wheels exchanged for others (new or with different number of sprockets).
Metal part connecting the pedal to the centre.
Frame size is given in inches. Each size is suitable for a certain user height. General standard is as follows:
|User height||MTB||Cross bikes||City bikes|
|150 - 155 cm||15" - 16"||16"||50 - 52 cm|
|155 - 160 cm||16"||16"||52 cm|
|160 - 165 cm||16" - 17"||17"||52 cm|
|165 - 170 cm||17" - 18"||17" - 18"||52 - 54 cm|
|170 - 175 cm||18" - 19"||18" - 19"||54 - 56 cm|
|175 - 180 cm||19" - 20"||19" - 20"||56 - 58 cm|
|180 - 185 cm||20" - 21"||20" - 21"||58 - 60 cm|
|185 - 190 cm||21" - 22"||21" - 22"||60 cm|
|190 - 195 cm||22" - 23"||22" - 23"||62 cm|
|over 195||over 23"||24"||62 - 64 cm|