Scatto JC28 'Small' Frameset: 700c (38cm) - Last Few!

£399.99 GBP

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Listed 'out of stock' - but we have the last few framesets remaining (some with minor shipping marks) to clear, so please CONTACT US for details

Scatto bike's smallest 700c frameset is the 38cm J-Cross 28 'Small' - a lightweight (1.55kg frame) frameset with a low standover (62cm inside leg) for riders from approx 8-years old and up (for reference, the very small but experienced 8-year old test rider in our photographs is 125cm tall with a 54cm inside leg on a custom-built example with the smallest HUP components).

Although designed as the perfect Cyclocross racing bike, it also makes a great road racing and Triathlon bike. Wider forks to suit larger, knobbly-tyres for Cyclocross are perfectly suited to grass-course Kids Triathlon. Simply change tyres and its ready for the road. The big advantage is a full-sized adult 700c wheel!

The lightweight Aluminium frame and carbon fork uses traditional cantilever brakes, keeping the weight low, making it a genuine all-year round bike. Complete bikes running single chainrings can weigh from as little as 7.5kg, depending on build.

All stock framesets are dispatched in 3-5 days. Frame, forks, headset and rear derailleur hanger included.

Frame Material: Aluminium Alloy (38cm seat tube)
Fork Material: Black Carbon Fibre finish, 1 1/8" steerer (includes Headset)
Brake Type: Cantilever
Seatpost Diameter: 31.6mm
Bottom Bracket: 68mm English
Front Axle: 100mm
Rear Axle: 130mm

Age Range: 8-years old and up.
Recommended Min Inside Leg: 62cm bare-foot
(We measure our bikes from the floor up to the top-tube, in-front of the saddle, then minus 2cm for shoes)

Stock Frameset Colour Options: dispatched in approx 3-5 days from order. Choose from;

  • Black Gloss, Yellow Fluo letters and Flanders lion design
  • Black Gloss, White letters and Union Jack design
  • Fluro Gloss frame, Black letters and Flanders lion
  • Grey Gloss frame, Fluro letters and Flanders lion

Note: remaining stock forks have some storage marks/chips

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