Kids

Opus Kids Bikes


The Opus 24″ lineup consists of four models that meet the needs of any rider not quite ready for a larger bike. Packed with all the same features as our larger models, these will certainly not disappoint. Choose from suspension or rigid fork models:

 

OpusKids-FeverFever Following its 2011 launch, the Fever quickly went viral. That’s when Opus turned up the heat on the competition. So did the youngest racers, who caught the Fever and rode it right to the podium. It’s that good! Equipped with aluminium 6061 frame, Spinner Grind 65mm fork with remote lockout and disc brakes, it’s the best out-of-the-box value for hungry young competitor.
OpusKids-SpireSpire– Launch. Shred. Rip. The Opus Spire does it all. And we’re talking more than wicked good looks. As a clean sheet design, it’s not just another big bike bolted onto small wheels. It’s the real deal. The Spire boasts a true dirt jump fork, full hydraulic brakes and a size-specific double crank with bashguard.
OpusKids-ReconRecon- The Opus Recon keeps its composure even in the most punishing conditions. Aspiring riders get a 6061 T6 aluminum frame for the ultimate in light weight and deft handling. Add our careful mix of components, and we challenge you to find a better balance of weight, performance and value. Plus, Opus inked the Recon with the way coolest graphics on trail or street.

 

OpusKids-StarStar- The Opus Star keeps its composure even in the most punishing conditions. Aspiring riders get a 6061 T6 aluminum frame for the ultimate in light weight and deft handling. Add our careful mix of components, and we challenge you to find a better balance of weight, performance and value. Plus, Opus inked the Star with the way coolest graphics on trail or street.
OpusKids-RamblerRambler a scaled-down version of the Urbanista, the Rambler is full-sized when it comes to rider elegance. There’s simply no compromise on style or comfort. The cool-looking fenders keep you clean and dry. The rack holds plenty of stuff. The look turns lots of heads.
The Opus 20″ models are ready for action out of the box. Three models with suspension, two models with a superlight aluminum fork. You’ll be amazed at how far your kids can go on one of these sturdy bikes.

OpusKids-ThunderThunder– As a race caliber purebred, the 2013 Opus Thunder enjoys pride of place in Opus’ 20” stable. Check out its specs: The disc-specific frame accommodates Tektro’s new hydraulic brakes, SRAM 2×7 gearing and a special lightweight version of the Spinner Grind fork. Hear that sound? That’s Opus Thunder blasting to the finish line.
OpusKids-BoltBolt Tough on dirt, proven on the peaks, the Bolt satisfies the young rider’s thirst for competition. Spec’d to deliver the adrenalin rush of the true MTB experience. Part of that experience is reliable performance when it really counts. So Opus didn’t cut corners. You get 1:1 SRAM shifting, the real-world travel of the Spinner fork, and the performance of Alex double-walled rims. Arguably the best platform to launch you into the realm of MTB’ing.
OpusKids-ThumperThumper– Tough on dirt, proven on the peaks, the Thumper satisfies the young rider’s thirst for competition. Spec’d to deliver the adrenalin rush of the true MTB experience. Part of that experience is reliable performance when it really counts. So Opus didn’t cut corners. You get 1:1 SRAM shifting, the real-world travel of the Spinner fork, and the performance of Alex double-walled rims. Arguably the best platform to launch you into the realm of MTB’ing.

 

OpusKids-DopplerDoppler  Lose the grams and gain the seconds. That’s the philosophy behind Opus’ extra-lean Doppler. Not an ounce of fat. Opus even dropped the suspension fork, so they’re light and quick on the trail. Plus, their ultra-light aluminum frame and fork crank up their speed potential even further. And, with their sure-footed geometry, the Doppler gives you the confidence to attack the trail and kill the clock.
OpusKids-NixNix Lose the grams and gain the seconds. That’s the philosophy behind Opus’ extra-lean Nix. Not an ounce of fat. Opus even dropped the suspension fork, so they’re light and quick on the trail. Plus, their ultra-light aluminum frame and fork crank up their speed potential even further. And, with their sure-footed geometry, the Nix gives you the confidence to attack the trail and kill the clock.
Flames and Flash, nothing says cool more than the 2012 16″ Scout and Glitter. Not only do they look good, but these small rockets are packed with all we know about how a bike should be. Fun comes standard.

OpusKids-ScoutScout- With their 6061 T6 all aluminum frames, the Opus Scout will outlast and outplay every steel-framed wannabe. Hey, if aluminum is good enough for grownups, it’s good enough for kids. With or without the training wheels, everyone eventually takes a spill. And what happens next is all-important. Which is why the Opus Scout features Opus’ safety-first headset, reducing the risk of injury and tears. Plus, after years of research Opus has discovered that two brakes are better than one!
OpusKids-GlitterGlitter Girls version of the Scout. With their 6061 T6 all aluminum frames, the Opus Glitter will outlast and outplay every steel-framed wannabe. Hey, if aluminum is good enough for grownups, it’s good enough for kids. With or without the training wheels, everyone eventually takes a spill. And what happens next is all-important. Which is why the Opus Glitter features Opus’ safety-first headset, reducing the risk of injury and tears. Plus, after years of research Opus has discovered that two brakes are better than one!
The Opus 12″ models based on their “ABC” principles. These little tikes are the ones who need the control and safety the most. Although we can’t guarantee there will be no spills along the way, these bikes will maximize the ear-to-ear smiles you are sure to experience. Opus Kids – Making better bikes for better memories.

OpusKids-DashDash Like the Opus BeeBike? Well you might like the Dash even more. With a few tweaks and adjustments, Opus has improved a very solid and dependable design. Note the pedals, for one thing. And the spoked wheels, for another. But Opus’ safety-first headset remains standard.
OpusKids-PixiePixie Girls version of the Dash. Like the Opus BeeBike? Well you might like the Pixie even more. With a few tweaks and adjustments, Opus has improved a very solid and dependable design. Note the pedals, for one thing. And the spoked wheels, for another. But Opus’ safety-first headset remains standard.
OpusKids-BeebikeBeeBike–  Runbike. Just because it’s Opus’ smallest bike doesn’t mean they’ve cut corners. Actually, the BeeBike is the foundation for the entire Opus Kids’ line. Observe the family resemblance: You get an Opus 6061 T6 BeeBeam frame. It’s extra-stable and light. Plus, its smart geometry and standover gives every little kid the confidence to ride like the big kids. As for keeping them out of harm’s way, our safety-first headset and rear V-brake make the BeeBike one of the safest run-bikes anywhere.