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Orbea MX 24 Team Disc 2017 - Junior Bike

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We know the feeling… we all want our kids to fall in love with the freedom and joy of cycling. We want to ride with a smiling face next to us rather than watch our mini-friends struggle with an oversized, heavy, low-quality toy. With Orbea’s MX Kids lineup, finding a real machine like yours that is scaled down for small riders becomes a reality. MX Kids bikes are among the lightest on the market and make use of smaller brake levers, saddles and pedals because comfort, control and fun aren’t only for adults.  The team disc version comes equipped with hydraulic disc brakes for extra stopping power.


MX IS LIGHTWEIGHT AND DURABLE

Fully Alloy Components
Components Adapted for Children

MINIPRO GEOMERTRY

Short Chainstays
Sloping Top Tube
Easy Handling

The Orbea MX 24 Team Disc 2017 Features are:

Frame: Orbea Hexatubing Aluminum

Fork: Orbea Alu 24" Only Disc

Headset: 1-1/8" Semi-Integrated

Bars: Orbea OC-I Riser 560mm

Stem: Orbea OC-II

Speed: 10

Rear Mech: Shimano Deore M610 Shadow

Shifters Shimano Deore M610

Chainset: Alloy 32T (152)

Cassette: Shimano HG50 11-36t 10-Speed

Front Brake: Shimano M396 Hydraulic Disc

Rear Brake: Shimano M396 Hydraulic Disc

Rims: Orbea aluminum disc

Tyres: Kenda 1047 24x2.10" 60TPI Wire DTC Front, Kenda 1047 24x2.10" 60TPI Wire DTC Rear

Saddle: Velo 5061

Pedals: Resine BMX

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Orbea MX 24 Team Disc 2017 - Junior Bike Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.7
out of 5
3.66
Build Quality
4.00
Performance
3
Value For Money
4.00

Customer Reviews (1)

4
Nice bike, heavier than expected

To date we have been loyal to a well known UK brand but when it came to moving up from 20" wheels to 24" their prices seemed a little steep. The Orbea Team MX 24 looked good value for the specification having Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and 10 speed gears. Overall we've been very pleased with the bike and my son's riding ability has come on leaps and bounds. The bigger wheel size and wider tyres provides so much more confidence on the trails. Disc brakes may seem overkill on a childs bike but if they enjoy riding the trails (and particularly through mud and puddles as mine do) they are a really worthwhile investment. Brake pads don't last long though. The only negative point is the weight. It is not light - around 11.5Kg out of the box. Against similarly priced competitors this is on the heavy side. Unfortunately the weight penalty is in the wheels which were noticeably heavier than my own 26" wheels. We've now replaced the wheels with a set of secondhand ZTR Crest 24 wheels running tubeless tyres which has dropped 1.7Kg off the weight. If you don't want to replace the whole wheelset just changing the stock tyres would make a difference. Pedals lasted 2 winter months before the bearings were shot so be prepared to replace these fairly soon if riding in inclement conditions. I'm about to order come nice Orange ones from Tredz to match the bike!

To date we have been loyal to a well known UK brand but when it came to moving up from 20" wheels to 24" their prices seemed a little steep. The Orbea Team MX 24 looked good value for the specification having Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and 10 speed gears. Overall we've been very pleased with the bike and my son's riding ability has come on leaps and bounds. The bigger wheel size and wider tyres provides so much more confidence on the trails. Disc brakes may seem overkill on a childs bike but if they enjoy riding the trails (and particularly through mud and puddles as mine do) they are a really worthwhile investment. Brake pads don't last long though. The only negative point is the weight. It is not light - around 11.5Kg out of the box. Against similarly priced competitors this is on the heavy side. Unfortunately the weight penalty is in the wheels which were noticeably heavier than my own 26" wheels. We've now replaced the wheels with a set of secondhand ZTR Crest 24 wheels running tubeless tyres which has dropped 1.7Kg off the weight. If you don't want to replace the whole wheelset just changing the stock tyres would make a difference. Pedals lasted 2 winter months before the bearings were shot so be prepared to replace these fairly soon if riding in inclement conditions. I'm about to order come nice Orange ones from Tredz to match the bike!

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3.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 3/5
Value For Money: 4/5