Kuota Kredo Carbon Aero Frameset: 700c Kids/Junior/Youth Carbon Road Bike

£799.00 GBP

Limited number of framesets available, once they are gone - they are gone!

These are ultra-rare framesets with very low standovers and all important short top-tubes for the ultimate, lightweight kids carbon road bikes. Be prepared to ballast-up on raceday, these are lightweight at just 1060g for the 38cm (XXS) and 1075g for the 42cm (XS).

The only child-suitable full carbon aero frameset with the latest design features, suitable for either Shimano or SRAM GXP cranksets, with the correct BB converters (photos of our Demo bike running a COBB GXP short crankset and HUP child-specific components).

The Kuota Kredo has superb technology and is unbeatable value. However don’t be fooled by its price. The Kredo 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 Kredo future proof and a perfect chassis for even top end groupsets.

The Kredo is extremely versatile with a reversible aero seat post and is therefore a suitable option for even the shortest of riders. Compatible with Shimano Di2, Campag EPS, SRAM eTap and mechanical groupsets.

38cm XXS: seat tube = 38.6cm (43.5cm total) | top tube = 48.5cm | frame weight = 1060g | standover = 63cm

42cm XS: seat tube = 42.5cm (47cm total) | top tube = 51.9cm | frame weight = 1075g | standover = 67cm

    All stock framesets are dispatched in 3-5 days. Frame, forks, headset, seatpost seat clamp, rear derailleur hanger and Rotor BB386 to Shimano Hollowtech Bottom Bracket included.

    Frame Material: Carbon-fibre (38cm and 42cm)
    Fork Material: Carbon-fibre with 1 1/8" tapered carbon steerer
    Brake Type: Caliper
    Bottom Bracket: BB386
    Axle Type: Quick release skewers
    Delivery: Framesets are dispatched FREE in 3-5 days.

      Age Range: from approx 8-years old+ (38cm)
      Recommended Min Inside Leg: 63cm bare-foot (38cm) or 67cm (42cm)
      (We measure our bikes from the floor up to the top-tube, in-front of the saddle, then minus 2cm for shoes)

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