Cult 2024 Juvenile 18" BMX Bike Description:
The 2024 Cult Juvenile 18" Bike features an aluminum frame to keep the weight down to help those smaller riders throw this bike around and progress even faster! The aluminum frame has a re-enforced downtube to maintain durability from the abuse BMX riding creates. The Juvenile 18" is equipped with a sealed bottom bracket and the popular aftermarket Cult Vans Tires. The black colorway has the black/purple camo Cult Vans Tires for that perfect touch of color. This light weight aluminum frame is a big advantage compared to other 18" freestyle bikes to really allow these riders to feel in control of their machine.
- Frame: 6061 Aluminum Frame
- Fork: Chromoly Steerer (10mm Dropouts)
- Headset: Integrated, sealed
- Stem: Top Load
- Bars: High-Tensile Steel
- Grips: Mini Cult Dehart Grips
- Cranks: 3-piece chromoly (140mm)
- Bottom Bracket: Mid, sealed
- Pedals: Cult Nylon Pedals
- Sprocket: Member style (25T)
- Chain: Cult 410
- Front Hub: 3/8", alloy, male, unsealed
- Rear Hub: Cassette
- Driver: 9T
- Front Rim: Cult Match
- Rear Rim: Cult Match
- Front Tire: Cult Vans Tires (18 x 2.30")
- Rear Tire: Cult Vans Tires (18 x 2.30")
- Seat: 1pc Padded Seat w/ CULT logo
- Seat Post: Alloy, seat/post combo
- Seat Clamp: Bolt-on
- Brake Lever: U-Brake
- Brakes: U-Brakes
- Gyro: -
- Gyro Tabs: Drilled (not included)
- Brake Mounts: U-Brake, welded
- Extras: -
- Color: Black
- Weight: 21 lbs
- Toptube Length: 18"
- Chainstay Length: 12"
- Headtube Angle: 75°
- Seattube Angle: 71°
- Bottom Bracket Height: 10.8"
- Standover: -
- Recommended Sizing Guide: 3'10" to 4'8"
For assistance building your new bike, please check out our tech help section here for instructions and tips on how to build your bike to ensure it is safe.
Dan's Comp recommends riding with a helmet to protect that brain. Shop our selection of freestyle helmets here.
Need help finding the right bike for you? Not sure what size would suit you best? Check out our BMX buyers guide video below!
Note: To ensure that every component on your bicycle is working properly, Dan's Comp recommends that all bikes be assembled by a qualified mechanic. Improper assembly of your bicycle may lead to premature wear or failure of individual components such as headsets, crank assembly and wheels. Failure to do so may void the manufacturer warranty.
This product was added to our catalog on August 12, 2023