2000 Pro Concept Jr. 24
Sweet little late mid-school racer - short top tube
I wanted a Little 24" for my 8 year old, and many of the modern Junior cruisers have 19" and longer top tubes - That was the size of a PRO frame when I was a kid.
This Jr. really is a junior with a TT right at 18".
Great aluminum tubes with spindly square tubes making up the entire rear triangle.
I don't find a serial number on this bike... not on the BB or the dropout. (is it stamped inside somewhere?)
Could be anywhere from 2000 until they closed up - I don't think they changed the design.
The other really unique feature of this bike is that it will accomodate Full size wheels and brakes.
Most of my Expert or smaller bikes only allow for mini rims up to about 1 3/8. I have a pro 1.5" on the rear here.
Redline 20mm Uni type seat with 22.2mm spacer
GT seat post clamp
FSA 1" sealed headset
Sinz chromoly 1" fork
Powerlite single bolt stem -ultra low stack height
Alloy powercurve handlebars
Tektro Mini v-brakes
Tangent 38t chainwheel
Dotek or similar 145 cranks
Sealed BB (about 120mm spindle -too wide really)
Fixed gear pedals
Generic single wall, loose ball 24"x1.50" wheelset
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- Company: Pro Concept
- Material: Aluminum
- Toptube length: 18"
- Headtube size: 1-1/8"