Junior Scott Voltage JR 26 2018

£399.00
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Junior Scott Voltage JR 26 2018

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Junior Scott Voltage JR 26 2018





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    Junior Scott Voltage JR 26 2018 Info

    The Scott Voltage JR 26 is an ideal step for the little trail shredders out there looking to take their skills to the next level.

    Boasting 26" wheels and a SR Suntour XCT front Fork, the Voltage JR 26 is the perfect bike to keep building confidence with!

    Basing the kids bike around a lightweight hydroformed super stiff aluminium frame provides a responsive and enjoyable cycling experience for the younger rider. This bike as a guide is suited for children around 11 - 12 years old within a height range of 140+ cm. The frame size measured from the centre of the bottom bracket to the top of the seat tube is; 14.6”

    The front triple chainset and 7 rear Gears are operated by rapid fire levers which control the front and rear derailleurs allowing the advancing cyclist to take on more challenging terrain. The transmission is very easy to use and aids as an important stepping stone in the development of young cyclists on how and when to use gears effectively.

    Stopping power comes courtesy of high quality brake callipers and levers ensuring that when the bike is required to be stopped in an emergency it does.

    FRAME & FORKS
    • Bike FrameFrame - Voltage C-Frame Catalogue6 Hydroformed tubing / NEW SST Super Stiff 6061 Alloy frame
    • Front ShocksFork - Suntour XCT-SC 26 100mm travel softer spring setup
    • Bike Weight KGApprox weights in KG (including all components) - 13.50
    • Bike Weight LBSApprox weights in LBS (including all components)- 29.76
    GROUPSET
    • Bike HeadsetHeadset - GW 1SI110
    • Bike Rear DeralleurRear Derailleur - Shimano Tourney RD-TY300 21 Speed
    • Bike Front DerailleurFront Derailleur - Shimano FD-TY500 / 34.9mm
    • Bike ShiftersShifters - Shimano ST-EF 41 L / 7R / EZ-fire plus
    • Disk BrakesBrakes - Promax TX-107L V-Brake
    • CranksetCrankset - Shimano FC-TY301 42x34x24 w/CG
    • BB-SetBB-Set - Shimano BB-UN-100
    • Bike ChainChain - KMC Z-50
    • Bike GearsCassette - Shimano MF-TZ 21-7 14-28T
    FINISHING KIT
    • Bike HandlebarHandlebar - Handlebar Junior Riserbar 560mm / 40mm Rise
    • Bike HeadstemH'stem - LEADTEC LCS-7126 50mm
    • Bike pedalsPedals - MARWI SP-700
    • Bike SeatpostSeatpost - Alloy 26.8X-300mm
    • Bike SeatSeat - Syncros JR3.0
    WHEELS & TYRES
    • Front HubHub (Front) - Formula DC-19F / QR
    • Rear HubHub (Rear) - Formula DC-31R / QR
    • Wheel SpokesSpokes - 14C / stainless / black
    • Wheel RimsRims - Syncros X18 / 32H / black
    • Bike TyresTires - Kenda K-905 26x2.125 / 22 TPI
  • Scott Junior Bikes Size Chart
    Height & Approx Age 85-100cm (2-4)85-100cm (2-4) 95-125cm (4-6)95-125cm (4-6) 120-135cm (6-9)120-135cm (6-9) 130-145cm (9-11)130-145cm (9-11) >140cm (10-12+)>140cm (10-12+)
    VOLT-X - - 20" Wheel 20" Wheel 20" Wheel
    SPEEDSTER - - - 24" Wheel -
    SCALE - - 20" Wheel 24" Wheel 26" Wheel
    VOLTAGE 12" Wheel 16" Wheel 20" Wheel 24" Wheel 26" Wheel
    CONTESSA 12" Wheel 16" Wheel 20" Wheel 24" Wheel 26" Wheel
    WALKER 12" Wheel - - - -

    Sizing Advice

    Choosing an appropriate size of bike frame can vary bike to bike/model to model due the design and technical geometry and the cycling activity a bike is designed for. Generally, the ideal guide to selecting a suitable size frame for you is your height.

    We can always help, just drop our cycle team an e-mail: [email protected] or phone us on 01736 751066.

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Bike Shipping

Each bike purchased from Triathlon Store, whether it’s online or instore is carefully assembled and tested to ensure that the bike is adjusted and set up correctly. Bikes being sent by courier are kept in as complete a state as possible whilst ensuring that the bike is thoroughly protected for transit.

Please note that not all bikes come with pedals so please check each specific bike models specification.

Each bike comes with full instructions and complimentary tools to assist you in its completion.

If you have any questions regarding the assembly of bicycles from the Triathlon Store then please contact us. Each bike purchased from Triathlon Store, whether it’s online or instore is carefully assembled and tested to ensure that the bike is ready to ride.

All bikes ordered through triathlonstore.co.uk for shipping are assembled and tested prior to despatch to ensure safe and correct set up. We endeavour to make the process from purchasing a bicycle online to allowing you to be out on the road or trail as simple as possible. Bikes are packaged up thoroughly and placed inside a sturdy box to enable us to send out bikes in as complete a state as possible. Once you receive your bike the procedure for getting out on the road couldn’t be easier.

Scott

The Scott story began in the Sun Valley, Idaho by top class ski racer and innovative thinker Ed Scott. He designed and developed the first tapered aluminium ski pole, rendering bamboo and steel poles defunct at the highest level of competition. The company then moved into different markets with motocross and cycling emerging as new targets for the business. Greg Lemond stunned the cycling world when he used the first ever production aero bar, which was made by Scott in his 1989 Tour de France win. Innovation and technology remain at the forefront of Scott’s design ethos in all their products. Moving forward to the present day Scott produce; bikes, components, shoes, helmets, clothing and much more, all with the same meticulous detail to performance as when Ed Scott developed his ski poles in 1958. As a result it is no surprise Scott bikes and riders have been at the forefront of international cycle sport.

Nino Schurter and Jenny Rissveds stormed to victory in the XC MTB discipline at the Rio Olympics. The pair who ride for the Scott Odlo MTB Racing Team were riding the latest evolution of the Scott Spark. In road racing the Scott Foil and Addict have become the bikes to watch whether climbing up mountains in the Alps or blasting along the cobbles in the Arenburg forest. Adam Yates and his Orica–BikeExchange team mates have been producing consistently top results using Scott products. The latest big signings for Scott are the Browlee brothers Jonny and Alister who need no introduction in the world of triathlon. The brothers who have and continue to dominate the discipline will be opening a new chapter with the brand utilising Scott’s attention to detail and no shortcuts approach to creating the best equipment on the planet.

Kids Bike Buying Guide

The benefits of youngsters exploring the outside world at a young age are innumerable from learning about science to history on their travels to just letting off steam and exercising in a positive way. The bike is a more than just a mode of transport and can offer so much to the health and development of youngsters.

So with this in mind what things should you consider and look for when buying a kids bike?

Frame – The largest part of the bike and arguably the most important. First of all the size of the frame needs to be worked out to ensure that the child is able to ride the bike comfortably. Classic signs that the frame is too big is the rider on tip toes or overly reaching for the handlebars. On the other hand a frame that is too small places the child in a crampt and restricted position. The ideal is to purchase a bike which is on the larger size but still fits nicely as kids only get taller, you may find yourself having to replace the bike sooner than anticipated if your starting point is with a smaller sized frame. On each bike on our website there is a size guide giving a reference for which bikes suit different age groups.

Frames can be manufactured out of a wide range of materials these days but junior bike are usually limited to steel and aluminium. Aluminium’s main plus point in the junior bike market is that frames can be made much lighter than using steel, this is one of the contributing factors why all Scott kids bikes are made out of Aluminium.

Forks – Suspension forks are often found on kids bikes to give the bike increased comfort on rough terrain and to build confidence. Rigid forks are lighter than suspension forks and still enable the bike to be ridden off road but soak up less of the bumps on the trail. As is the case with frames, Aluminium is the go to material when it comes to junior bike rigid forks.

Wheels – The size of the wheels on kids bikes directly related to the size of the frame/fork and is a useful way of helping to decide what size bike to select. The sizes 12, 16, 20, 24 and 26 inch wheels are by far the commonest sizes found on kids bikes.

Gears – Single gear set ups are the norm for bikes with wheel sizes below 20” once above this wheel size we start to see bikes with derailleur gears. Having gears allows the younger rider to climb and descend gradients whilst still being able to pedal. Easily operated gears are operated by shifters located on the handlebars either in grip (most common) or rapid fire style.

Front derailleur gears are often seen on 24”wheeled bikes which allow an even greater range of terrains to be negotiated and act as great stepping stone to adult bikes. The front gears can be left well alone if all the extra gears are too daunting by leaving in the middle ring and just utilising the rear derailleur and its available gears.

Brakes – Brakes are often a good way of telling the quality of a bike as strangely shortcuts are made in this area. Pressed steel armed V brakes make their way onto the market place and more often than not offer poor stopping power due to their basic construction. In the world of disc brakes look for bikes which have calipers mounted securely to the fork or adapter, try to avoid bikes which have bolts tensioned with springs offering adjustment as it is nearly impossible to get them set up without rubbing on the disc rotor. Many resin brake levers essentially flex when the brake is pulled reducing stopping power. Not all resin levers are created equal though with some higher quality models available from the likes of Shimano.

Adjustability – Adjustments that can be made to kid’s bikes include raising the saddle to the desired height, it is worth being aware that on the vast majority of seat posts there is a limit marked on them as a certain amount of post requires to be in the frame otherwise the post may bend or indeed snap over time. Stems (the joining piece between the handlebar and the fork) can be raised or lowered by moving spacers around or by simply lowering the quill stem depending on the model of the stem.