Norco Ryde 24 - 2019

Norco Ryde 24
  • Color: Splatter Red/Black
  • Color: Splatter Red/Black
Splatter Red/Black
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Jump on the Ryde 24 and take your progression to the next level. This steel singlespeed is built with a chromoly top and downtube, tough 24-inch aluminum rims, and a beefy headtube for strength and durability. Front and rear Tektro mechanical disc brakes take the guesswork out of fast run-ins, and the RST Dirt 80mm fork tracks solidly and saves sketchy landings. BMX components show you where the Ryde's influence comes from and include 28/14 micro gearing, tubular chromoly cranks, and Norco one-piece saddle with integrated seatpost, but the modern DJ frame geometry and wide 740mm bars give you the edge in becoming king of the park.


Frame Ryde 24 chromoly top tube and downtube frame
Fork RST Dirt 80 mm
Headset FSA Integrated headset, w/ FSA 10mm PC Spacer
Rims/Wheels Alex MUS30 24"
Hubs Norco Alloy Disc Hub 36H, Rear: FW
Spokes Stainless Steel 14g - Black
Tires Kenda K-Rad 24 x 2.3
Crankset Three Piece Tubular Chromo 8 Spline Seamless 170mm cranks
Bottom Bracket Sealed Mid BB
Chain KMC BMX chain
Cassette/Rear Cogs Threaded 14T Freewheel
Handlebars Norco 6061 double butted alloy 740mm x 38mm
Tape/Grips Norco Grip w/small flange
Stem Norco Alloy 35mm Stem
Brake Levers Tektro Alloy
Brakes Tektro Aires Mech Disc w/160mm rotor
Pedals VP Grind
Saddle Norco One Piece Saddle

* Subject to change without notice.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
Splatter Red/Black 058817231810 892500110107 12768


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Best Uses

  • riding parks, hitting dj, transportantion 


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Good solid bike, however there is a creaking in my crank


from Vancouver, Canada

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    Best Uses

    • riding parks, hitting dj, transportantion


    Love it over all but with the crank arm it comes with the sprocket fits on to a "pin", "peg" whatever you what to call it, I believe there is some play there because it is not fastened with a fat bolt. And for this reason I believe I am getting an annoying creaking every time I take a pedal stroke on my drive side. Bike only bought 3-4 months ago and only been lightly used, and definitely cared for. so I am a little ticked, what would it cost them to make it was a bolt to attach the front sprocket.

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