Any 24" specific stuff anymore?

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Any 24" specific stuff anymore?
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Posted: Jan 25, 2020 at 12:10 Quote
Hey guys I've been out of the loop for years now and want to get back into it. I have a transition top right now with 24" wheels and the old d street fork. I kinda want to keep the fork but build up everything new around that. Maybe switch to rigid or a new fork eventually cause the thing is damn heavy but I still like it.

So my question, are there any good street frames that are 24" specific? Or i guess even 26" frames that are still solid on 24s?

Also rims and tires too?

There used to be so many more options available but I can't seem to find much at all now. I've tried the search here but not much coming up for me.

Thanks

Posted: Jan 25, 2020 at 18:26 Quote
The D.Street fork was boat-anchor heavy. I know because I bought one to try the thru axle with pegs thing.

Posted: Jan 25, 2020 at 18:36 Quote
cmc4130 wrote:
The D.Street fork was boat-anchor heavy. I know because I bought one to try the thru axle with pegs thing.

LOL sure is but I still love it.

Do you know of any current 24" street frames and rims?

Posted: Jan 26, 2020 at 9:20 Quote
Transitionrider3 wrote:
cmc4130 wrote:
The D.Street fork was boat-anchor heavy. I know because I bought one to try the thru axle with pegs thing.

LOL sure is but I still love it.

Do you know of any current 24" street frames and rims?
Rims are easy to find,it is the frame that will prove to be difficult.

Posted: Jan 26, 2020 at 11:00 Quote
I have a Mutantbikes 24 frame. Check my profile

Posted: Jan 26, 2020 at 13:30 Quote
spyke wrote:
Transitionrider3 wrote:
cmc4130 wrote:
The D.Street fork was boat-anchor heavy. I know because I bought one to try the thru axle with pegs thing.

LOL sure is but I still love it.

Do you know of any current 24" street frames and rims?
Rims are easy to find,it is the frame that will prove to be difficult.

Can you point me in a direction? Company? Website? Anything?

Posted: Jan 26, 2020 at 13:31 Quote
Saraiva111 wrote:
I have a Mutantbikes 24 frame. Check my profile

That's awesome! Thanks I'll be checking them out!

Any others you know of?

Posted: Jan 27, 2020 at 5:03 Quote
The NS Capital was available in a 24” version until recently.
Now it is described as being for 26”.
https://nsbikes.com/capital,113,pl.html

Posted: Jan 27, 2020 at 5:28 Quote
Mutantbikes (mine) and pride street , ns capital 24

Posted: Jan 27, 2020 at 9:46 Quote
Transitionrider3 wrote:
spyke wrote:
Transitionrider3 wrote:


LOL sure is but I still love it.

Do you know of any current 24" street frames and rims?
Rims are easy to find,it is the frame that will prove to be difficult.

Can you point me in a direction? Company? Website? Anything?
DMR and Dartmoor both make products for 24" bikes.Why bother with 24,just jump right in to a 26 instead.

Posted: Jan 27, 2020 at 10:52 Quote
cmc4130 wrote:
The NS Capital was available in a 24” version until recently.
Now it is described as being for 26”.
https://nsbikes.com/capital,113,pl.html

Ya that's one that I remember from back in the day. I guess not enough people riding 24s anymore though

Posted: Jan 27, 2020 at 10:53 Quote
Saraiva111 wrote:
Mutantbikes (mine) and pride street , ns capital 24

Thanks man! I'm liking mutants and I'll check out the pride.

Any ideas for rims?

Posted: Jan 27, 2020 at 10:54 Quote
spyke wrote:
Transitionrider3 wrote:
spyke wrote:
Rims are easy to find,it is the frame that will prove to be difficult.

Can you point me in a direction? Company? Website? Anything?
DMR and Dartmoor both make products for 24" bikes.Why bother with 24,just jump right in to a 26 instead.

I've always riden 24s for street and kinda want to keep it the same if I'm building up a new bike

Posted: Jan 27, 2020 at 12:07 Quote
Transitionrider3 wrote:
spyke wrote:
Transitionrider3 wrote:


Can you point me in a direction? Company? Website? Anything?
DMR and Dartmoor both make products for 24" bikes.Why bother with 24,just jump right in to a 26 instead.

I've always riden 24s for street and kinda want to keep it the same if I'm building up a new bike

Some people are following the Danny MacAskill route and going with a Street/Trials combo type bike. Inspired Cycles, and now Santa Cruz. https://www.santacruzbicycles.com/en-US/danny-macaskill-trials-bike

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