Australia's best selling 20" trials bike. This is a great option for riders looking for a great value entry-level competition trials bike.
Note: the colour of headset and bottom bracket spacers, crank bolts and pedals may vary depending on stock levels. Typically colours are either black or red.
- Super light single wall wheel rims
- Integrated headset (the sealed bearings now sit directly into a perfectly machined recess in the headtube)
- Larger head tube cutout to further reduce weight
- Hard anodised silver
- New master cylinder pistons with an additional seal and solid nylon design
- Now fitted with Maxxis tyres as standard equipment - a huge improvement over the previous models
This bike is offered with the following brake options:
- 2x mechanical Avid BB5 disc brakes with Avid FR5 levers and 160mm Avid G3 Clean Sweep rotors.
- 2x hydraulic Echo TR disc brakes with 160mm Avid G3 Clean Sweep rotors.
- Hydraulic Magura MT5 4-piston disc brake (rear) and Magura MT4 2-piston disc brake (front) with 160mm Magura Storm HC rotors.
- Frame: Echo Mk5 4-bolt + disc (anodised silver)
- Fork: Echo TR disc only with 1 1/8" steerer
- Stem: Echo Forged 150mm x 30 degree stem
- Handlebars: Echo 6061 alloy, 740mm
- Headset: Echo integrated headset
- Grips: Echo foam
- Cranks: Echo TR 160mm splined
- Freewheel: Echo TR steel splined
- Bashplate: Echo Mini
- Bottom bracket: Echo Urban 128mm Spanish ISIS
- Pedals: Echo TR caged
- Chain: KMC or Yaban (depending on stock)
- Sprocket: Echo 12T steel splined
- Front rim: Echo single wall 38mm
- Front hub: Echo front disc
- Front tyre: Maxxis Creepy Crawler 20x2.00"
- Rear rim: Echo single wall 44mm
- Rear hub: Echo 116mm rear disc
- Rear tyre: Maxxis Creepy Crawler 20x2.50"
- Wheelbase: 1000mm
- BB High: 80mm
- Head Tube: 110mm
- Frame Space: 116mm
- Weight: 8.75kg (approx.)
This bike is supplied with a 6 month warranty which covers manufacturing defects. Warranty does not cover mistreatment or poor maintenance. The owner is responsible for ensuring that components are not allowed to come loose as this increases the chance of damage to threads and tapers. It is recommended that owners check that their bike is in good working order before and after each ride - trials bikes are more prone to parts becoming loose because of the type of riding they are subject to.