2018 Kuota Kryon Race Evo Bike: 700c Kids/Small Adult Carbon Road Bike
Kuota Kryon Race Evo bike - ultra-rare with very low standovers and all important short top-tubes. Modern, lightweight kids/small adult carbon road bike. Be prepared to ballast-up on raceday at just 1070g for the XXS frameset and with a super-short 49cm top-tube, these are the ultimate U10/U12 and older bikes!
Superb child/small adult suitable full carbon aero bike with the latest design features, suitable for 28c tyres giving valuable flexibility to match BC gear restrictions.
Kuota Kryon Race Evo has superb technology and is unbeatable value. However don’t be fooled by its price. The Kryon benefits from technology which filters down from high end projects including features such as 1 ½” headset, versatile press fit BB, full carbon steerer and Di2 compatibility, which makes Kryon future proof and a perfect chassis for even top-end groupsets.
The Kryon is extremely versatile with a reversible aero seat post and is therefore a suitable option for even the shortest of riders...
Smallest Bike Information:
XXS: seat tube = 39.8cm | top tube = 49cm | frame weight = 1070g | standover = 64cm
XS: seat tube = 43cm | top tube = 50.5cm | frame weight = 1090g | standover = 68cm
All sizes available upto XXL. These are standard factory-built bikes. Small sizes can be built with 165mm crank lengths and 60mm stems. Other modifications for fit can also be made: shorter stems, narrow handlebars and short cranksets, call to discuss if required. All bikes are dispatched in 3-5 days.
Frame Material: Aero monocoque carbon-fibre (internal cable routing)
Fork Material: Full carbon-fibre with 1 1/8" tapered carbon steerer
Colours: Acid Green or Mosaic Red
Brake Type: Caliper for 28c tyres
Axle Type: QR skewers
Delivery: Bikes are dispatched FREE in 3-5 days.
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Age Range: from approx 8-years old+ (XXS) when built with custom-components
Recommended Min Inside Leg: 64cm bare-foot (XXS) or 68cm (XS)
(We measure our bikes from the floor up to the top-tube, in-front of the saddle, then minus 2cm for shoes for experienced junior riders)