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Onza Tyke

Product code: 12264


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Onza Tyke

Dispatch time 2-3 days - this bike is assembled in our workshop before dispatch. Minor assembly required on arrival, details supplied with bike.

  • Great entry-level 20" trials bike!
  • Ideal for riders 1.50m (5ft) - 1.80m (6ft).

- A fantastic entry level trials bike from Onza!
- This is a full size 20" bike ideal for riders from approximately 1.50m (5ft) to 1.82cm (6ft) in height.
- High grade 6061-series aluminium frame with head tube reinforcing gussets.
- Tough Onza cromoly curved blade forks with V Brake mount.
- Powerful and easy to maintain 'V' brakes front and rear - upgraded brake pads can be fitted at minimal extra cost if you would like more power.
- Standard 1 1/8" headset features a taper roller bearing on the bottom race for extra load capacity and durability.
- Onza 36h single wall lightweight rims front and rear, with grippy Kenda 20" x 2.25" tyres.
- Onza square taper crankset with a durable steel bashring and 24T steel chainring.
- Bash/ski-plate fitted as standard (please note this is a chain protection device, it is not designed to be used to mount obstacles).
- Onza cromo riser 31.8mm trials handlebar, 680mm width.
- Forged Onza alloy 31.8mm stem to reduce weight.
- Durable plastic platform pedals with steel axles are simple and reliable.
- 16T freewheel on the rear hub, running 24-16 gear ratio, perfect for trials riding.
- Seatless design to reduce weight and increase stand over clearance.
- Available in gloss black with red accents and parts.
- Please note: Some bikes may have very minor paint chips. These are usually very minimal though.
- Weight: 10.36kg.


Wheelbase: 990mm
Chainstay Length: 355mm
BB Rise: 60mm
Headtube Angle: 71.5
Reach (from centre of BB shell to top centre of head tube): 590mm
Handlebar Stem Length: 165mm

This bike is supplied with a 6 month warranty covering manufacturing and materials defects. The warranty does not cover mistreatment or poor maintenance. Please ensure all the details on the warranty sheet supplied with the bike are adhered to. Certain circumstances (such as stripped threads or rounded crank arm tapers) only occur due to a lack of correct maintenance and all manufacturers are aware of these situations, so any claims due to incorrect maintenance procedures are much less likely to be successful.

We build this bike to a 100% complete state in our workshop before dispatch to ensure all items are manufactured correctly and nothing is missing, but we do have to remove some parts to ensure there is no damage during transit. You will need some basic tools (usually 4mm, 5mm, 6mm and 8mm allen keys and a 15mm spanner) for final assembly upon arrival. We have a video guide here to help, but please don't hesitate to contact us if you require any further assistance.


Siobhan Templeton

Hi there, Was looking at the Onza tyke for my 10 year old, he is just short of 5ft but growing fast! Do you think this bike would be too big for him? Kind regards Siobhan

Posted by Siobhan Templeton

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Siobhan!
Your son is at a tricky height where he would ideally be more suited to the Onza Sting, but would outgrow it fairly quickly.
The standard Onza Tyke would be a little big for him as standard, but he would grow into it. To try and lessen the size of the bike, a shorter stem might help - we have a few options available which would reduce the reach of the bike so hopefully mean he was less stretched out over it. Something like a Jitsie Forged Stem in 120mm length should do the trick.
If you purchase a stem at the same time of the bike, we could fit it for you before shipping the bike out to help make life easier.
If you have any more questions, feel free to ask!

Arno Verbiest

Hello! What are the tubes needed for the front and the rear wheel? So I can order these with the bike already, thank you!

Posted by Arno Verbiest

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Arno!
We have a range of spare tubes available, but in terms of price and quality the Maxxis Unboxed 20" Tubes are hard to beat. You can use them front and rear.
If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.


I am about 6' 2" and about 190 lbs and am interested in trails what bike would be good for me? or am I too big for these kind of bikes?

Posted by luke

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Luke - Ideally for your height you'd be best on a 24" or 26" bike, but I can appreciate they're quite a jump up in price! To try and get one of these bikes to suit you could fit a longer stem - this will help 'grow' the bike to suit your height a bit more, and a suitable new stem would be under 25 so isn't a particularly expensive upgrade to make. Either the Trialtech Race Forged or Jitsie Forged 20" stems in 180mm length would be ideal. If you wanted to make that change, you're welcome to order a stem at the time of buying the bike and we can get it fitted for you before it leaves. Thanks, Mark


Can I change the color off the yellow bike because I am not a fan off the color yellow but if not that is okay. Oh and will it help with motorcycle trials as well. Thanks Ben

Posted by Ben

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Ben - These bikes are only available in the colour shown, sorry. From customer experience, the feeling of riding a 26" trials bike transfers over to motorcycle trials best, but riding a 20" will also help out your riding too. Thanks, Mark


Will it be strong enough for street trials?

Posted by Liam

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Liam - The Tyke should be strong enough to get started with street trials, although if you start doing larger moves then some parts might not be as durable. This is because the forces placed on the bike through street trials are different to those placed on the bike for more conventional trials (which the Tyke is designed for). The only other thing to note is that the geometry of the bike is more focused on doing competition style riding, so won't be as well suited to street trials. Thanks, Mark


Hello. I am 1.90 Mt high. Could you ship this bike in Italy ? Any ajustent for my high you can provide? Like a longer stem? Clod

Posted by Clod

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Clod - Shipping to Italy would be no problem. We ship bikes and parts around the world every day. For your height, there is a longer stem such as either the Trialtech Race Forged stem (Product code: 10462) or Jitsie Forged stem (Product code: 12777) which come in 180mm, meaning you would gain a bit of reach and height for your bars. If you order one of these with your bike and mention it in the 'Notes' section of your order, we can fit it for you before the bike leaves. Thanks, Mark

mark benhaim

Hello i am interested in a trial bike: i am: height :1.70 m weight:70 k i live in Israel, do you ship here..? if you do can you tell me what are the costs of the shipment.. i want to spend on the bike no more than 300£.

Posted by mark benhaim

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Mark - Shipping to Israel would be 154.00. If you'd like to check shipping prices, you can add an item to your basket then click the 'Basket' icon in the top left of the website. This will show your basket total, and also the lowest priced shipping option available to you. In terms of sizing and fit, it sounds like for your height and weight you'd fit the Tyke fine. Thanks, Mark


Hello, will this wheel I bought from ebay ( http://www.ebay.com/itm/311646216277 )fit on this bike, and seeing as this onza tyke already has a 16t freewheel in the rear the bike will work the same? SPECIFICATIONS: Rear wheel only Type: Clincher, tubed Right freewheel: 16T Left freewheel: 20T Brake compatibility: Rim brake only Size: 20" Compatible tire sizes: 20" tires only Includes tire, tube, freewheel and leftside drive freewheel Condition: New HUB SPACING 130MM AXLE TYPE 3/8" NUTTED VALVE SCHRADER SPOKES 48H Thanks

Posted by Mason

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Mason - Unfortunately it doesn't seem like that wheel will fit, sorry. If it has 130mm hub spacing then it is around 20mm too wide for the Tyke frame. Thanks, Mark


Hi, i wounder what parts i need to change to fit a disc brake😀

Posted by Elliot

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Elliot - To fit disc brakes to the Tyke isn't possible without changing the frame, fork and wheels, so it is quite an expensive upgrade to make unfortunately. The standard hubs are non-disc, and the frame and fork don't have mounts for disc brake calipers so it would involve changing all of those parts, sorry! Thanks, Mark


So I am sure this is a ridiculous question, but I am 6'4", roughly 192CM tall. I am not looking for anything expensive to start on, but would this bike be ok under me? I ride a 20in bmx bike, so I dont think it would be that much different. If I bought the Onza Tyke would this be a good fit? If not, I would love a beginner suggestion. It would be appriciated! And much thanks!

Posted by TJ

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi TJ - The Tyke would just about fit you, but you may need to invest in a higher/longer stem and possibly some higher rise bars for it to get the fit just right. We usually recommend these bikes for riders up to around 6ft, so to compensate for you being a little taller a 180mm long stem would be a good idea. Although the wheel size is similar to your BMX the handling of this bike is drastically different so it won't feel particularly at home for you straight away, although once you're used to the feel of it you should get on fine. At that price point I'd say the Tyke is a good bet - if you can stretch to a bike like the Ska then I think you'd notice an improvement in performance, but if you're just starting out and you don't want to invest too much the Tyke is still a good option. Thanks, Mark


my crank keeps coming loose on my 2014 'onza tyke', I torque it down as much as i can with 'Allen sockets and bar' but it still comes loose after about 3-4 hours. i'd like to know what you suggest to keep it tight.

Posted by levi

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Levi - If a square taper crank arm keeps coming loose there's not really too much that can be done about it, unfortunately. Because the arms and the bottom bracket axle have a taper on them, if you keep tightening them on more and more (especially above the recommended torque for them) then it stretches the taper on the crank arm meaning they'll start to come loose more frequently. This is why we recommend keeping an eye on the crank bolt tightness especially when they're new and bedding in. We do have replacement left arm crank arms that should be suitable for that bike - if you put the quick find code 010688 into the search bar on the site they should come up. It would be worth taking your crank bolt off and double checking the orientation of the square section to make sure it's the same as the one shown in our photos as some Onza bikes in the past have had it rotated 45 from that position. Hope that helps! Thanks, Mark

alex  marksu

Hi i am a beginer and thing to buy ether this bike or onza zoot 24inc. I am 185cm, what would you suggest?

Posted by alex marksu

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Alex -thanks for your question. At that height, you would probably be more comfortable on the 24", though it largely depends on the style of riding you are interested in. Thanks, Flipp.


hi! can i fit hydraulic rim brakes on this bike? and is this good for me or is the orange bike better? im 13 yers old and 155cm tall

Posted by lukas

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Lukas - you could fit hydraulic rim brakes to this bike if you wanted, but you would need to use Magura Evo2 adaptors. The blue model of this bike would fit you very well so that would be the one to go for, and just so you know; the orange model has been discontinued. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hello again, I am confused if this bike is shipped out complete or would you have to set it up when it arrived?

Posted by Kai

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Kai - thanks for your question. Before dispatch, we assemble and set the bikes up to 100% complete so that they're ready to ride. To get the bike to fit in the box, we then have to remove the front wheel, pedals and handlebar/stem combo. These are all very easy to fit, and if you need help with doing this we have an instructional video here: http://www.tartybikes.co.uk/media/guides/maintenance_bike_assembly/m4.html Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


How much does the smaller of the two weigh?

Posted by Kai

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Kai - thanks for your question. Both models of this bike weigh 10.36kg. Thanks, Flipp.

Brett Chainey

Hello im looking to get into trials! i was wandering what bike would be best out of the two. I am 138cm tall but im growing quite fast, Which one would you say for me to look to get as it would hopefully be for Christmas. i don't want to buy the smaller one and then shorty after need to get the bigger one as ive grow to big. Im really stuck on this!? Thanks.

Posted by Brett Chainey

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Brett - thanks for your question. The sizes we provide are just a guide for what most people would find comfortable. If you're growing quickly, we'd probably recommend going for the larger bike, and if it feels too big when you get it you can temporarily fit a shorter stem. We have stems of many lengths available and all will fit this bike. You could use a shorter one until you've grown enough, and then put the original stem back on to feel comfortable again. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

mary keelean

do you ship to the United states (Seattle)? and how a much would it cost? thank you

Posted by mary keelean

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Mary - thanks for your question. Yes, we regularly ship to all over the US. To see your shipping price, add your items to the shopping basket and go to place the order. You can put in your address and see what postage options are available to you and how much they cost, and you will not have to place the order if you choose not to. Thanks, Flipp.

Thomas Riley

hey tartybikes! im 14 years old and I wanting a trials bike for my 15th which will be in the upcoming weeks. I am wondering if the Onza tyke will be ok for me size wise and if it is built to last. plus I am wanting the blue one which has the 165mm stem is it going to be good for me? many thanks Tom

Posted by Thomas Riley

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Thomas - thanks for your question. The sizing of a bike is more related to your height than your age. This would be a great bike for you if you are around an average height or taller 14 year old. If you are quite short for a 14 year old, a shorter stem might help make the bike more manageable for you. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Will I be able to fit a maxxis back tire on my bike the onza tyke if I buy a 19 back wheel for it

Posted by Jake

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Jake - thanks for your question. Unfortunately you wouldn't be able to use a 19" rear wheel in that frame as the brake mounts are positioned for a 20" rear wheel so the pads would not line up with the rim. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi! I was wondering what would be the main differences between the onza rip and the onza tyke? Also, is it easier to wheelie or hop on the back wheel of a trials bike compared to a bmx bike?Thanks!

Posted by Phil

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Phil - thanks for your question. There are no major differences between the two bikes, but many minor ones. From our experience of building the bikes up, the Rip seems to be slightly better quality all over the bike. There is no one particular area where the Rip is better than the Tyke - everything just fits together a little better and runs a bit smoother. A trials bike will be much easier to hop around on the back wheel than a BMX as this is what they are specifically designed for. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


can i put disk brakes on this bike

Posted by liam

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Liam - thanks for your question. Unfortunately you can't fit disc brakes to this bike as neither the frame and fork or hubs feature the necessary mounts. Thanks, Flipp.


I am 5'6 5'7 ish and I race XC mtb bikes, I do dirt jumps and bmx, so I have spent a lot of time on a bike. I have never done trials and that is why I would like to buy this bike, my question is, which one would be better for a begginner, the orange one or blue one. I did read the description but which be easier to learn on, the bigger one or the smaller on. (I am 13 years old) and how is the geometry different from a bmx or dirt jump, they look a lot different but does it make it easyier to do things like pedal kicks?

Posted by Logan

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Logan - thanks for your question. The size of the bike doesn't make it any more or less suitable for beginners - you should just choose the one that best suits your height the geometry is very different to a BMX - it is considerably longer, has a steeper head tube angle and higher bottom bracket. It also uses the trials style handlebar and stem which puts your weight much further forwards. They have been specifically designed to be good for trials riding, so it will be much easier for that than other styles of bike. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


My son is 7 years old and wants a trials bike what would be a good starter bike for him

Posted by Wilf

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Wilf - thanks for your question. The Monty 207 is a great option for approximately 6-10 year olds (roughly 1.15m (3ft9) to 1.45m (4ft9)). We are currently out of stock of this bike, but the next batch is expected mid-October). Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hey Tarty bikes, i bought this bike couple days ago and im just wondering if Clarks SX Hydraulic Disc brakes would fit onto it? P.S bike is great!! as a beginner and new to stunt bikes i really enjoy it couldnt ask for a better bike at that price.] Thank you

Posted by Zack

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Zack - thanks for your question. It's good to hear you're having a good time with your bike! You wouldn't be able to fit disc brakes to it as the hubs, fork and frame do not feature any mounting points for them. Thanks, Flipp.

blake klunker

would the onza tyke be an ideal bike for a 13 year old boy?

Posted by blake klunker

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Blake - thanks for your question. Whether this is ideal for you or not depends more on your height than your age. The recommended size range for both models is listed in the product description. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Ross Dexter

What is the width of the rear tire? and would i be able to fit a wider tire? if so whats the widest i can go?

Posted by Ross Dexter

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Ross - thanks for your question. The tyre on the bike is a 2.25" model, and you could fit a wider tyre in the frame but there are not many suitable tyres on the market. The widest 20" tyre for trials usage seems to be the 2.25" model. Thanks, Flipp.

Ross Dexter

Would I be able to fit a thicker and wider tire to this bike?? for example the onza birds tire??

Posted by Ross Dexter

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Ross - thanks for your question. Unfortunately you wouldn't. The Tyke uses a 20" tyre and the Bird uses a 19". The tyre that comes on the Tyke is about the widest available in 20" sizes. Thanks, Flipp.


what age a child can use this bike?

Posted by Axel

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Axel - thanks for your question. It's more down to size than age - this could be too big for a very small 11 year old, but fit a large 9 year old just fine. The recommended sizing range is listed in the product description. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi well I'm using trials bikes for jumps that are over four foot high should I been fine on this bike?

Posted by flett

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Flett - thanks for your question. These bikes aren't tailored for that kind of riding and you would likely find it easier on a bike more suited to it, but these should be just fine in terms of strength. Thanks, Flipp.


I have a onza bird and imam really enjoying it! As I have a trials bike my younger brother has been watching me and really wants one to! He is 7 but he is about 135cm tall would this bike be ok for him or would he be better suited on the onza sting? Thanks Alice

Posted by Alice

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Alice - thanks for your question. The Sting would be a little easier to manoeuvre at his size, though he would be just about Ok on a Tyke if you wanted to go for an option that he wouldn't grow out of so quickly. The Tyke could be made a little smaller and more suited to him by fitting a smaller stem, if it does prove to be too big. Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.


Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me what material the pedals are made from, and also, if I plan to ride in 'skater shoes' do you think platform pedals would be more beneficial? Thanks.

Posted by Leila

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Leila - thanks for your question. The pedals on this bike have steel cages and axles, with a plastic central body. Which type of pedals to use is entirely up to you. Many riders use skate style shoes on cage pedals just as happily as platforms - it's whichever you prefer the feel of. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

KR Nyast

Hi Everyone I`m big fan of Danny MacAskill so i wanted to learn & do stunts . will you ship the bikes in india ? & if you so whats the shipping amount you charges ? And one Question more i`m 5 feet 6 inches tall will this bike fits to me ?

Posted by KR Nyast

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi there - thanks for your question. Shipping to India is no problem. To calculate your shipping costs, add your items to the basket and go to the checkout. Entering your address will let you see what postage options are available to you and their relative costs without committing you to the order. 5'6" will be fine for the black and blue version of this bike - the orange might feel a little cramped, especially if you grow at all. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

daniel tiffany

i am wondering if i am too tall for this bike, i am 6'3 and i need to know if i am a suitable height for this bike.

Posted by daniel tiffany

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Daniel - thanks for your question. The black and blue option would be fine for you, though most people at your height find a 26" bike more comfortable. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Marius Skau Göthe

Do this bike fit to me, i am around 1.6m. I like the blue one and i am going to start with trails(beginner). the brakes on this bike are they good and easy to push?

Posted by Marius Skau Göthe

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Marius - thanks for your question. This bike would fit you perfectly, and the brakes are very easy to pull. We spend time making sure the bike is set up perfectly before sending it out, so the brakes are very powerful, and feel very "light" at the lever. I hope this helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Nick Decola

Onza Tyke, im starting trials and progress at things like this quick. I have tons of logs and stuff to ride and im wondering if this bike will hold up well or if it is worth spending another 100 euros

Posted by Nick Decola

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Nick - thanks for your question. This bike is great for beginners, though if you learn fast and can see yourself wanting to upgrade parts on your bike in the near future, spending a little more money might help. The Tyke has a 20" rear wheel, which means you will be a little limited for choice in tyres, and you would also need to use Evo 2 adaptors to mount hydraulic brakes. You would also get sealed bearing in more expensive models, increasing life-span and reducing maintenance. Having said that, this is a great bike for the money and it won't disappoint you. Unfortunately it comes down to what you can afford. The more you spend the better the bike will be, but that doesn't mean the cheaper ones are bad. I hope that helps. If you'd like more detail, please get in touch! Thanks, Flipp.


Can you giving free home delivery in india

Posted by akash

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Akash - unfortunately we are unable to offer free delivery to India. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi, i am like 4ft 8 will this bike be the appropriate size thx, matt

Posted by Matthew

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi - The Orange bike is fitted with a 145mm stem, making it ideal for younger/smaller riders from approximately 1.35m (4ft6) to 1.65m (5ft6). The Black bike is fitted with a 165mm stem, making it suitable for taller riders from around 1.50m (5ft) to 1.80m (6ft). Thanks.


can u tell me the package demensions?

Posted by Golan

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Golan - the box dimensions are: 1300mm x 600mm x 180mm. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi...can u fit brake disc's to the orange bike??😜

Posted by Adam

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Adam - thanks for your question. Unfortunately you cannot. The frame, forks and hubs do not have disc mounts meaning there is no way to attach disc brakes. Thanks, Flipp.


Hey can you delivered in india

Posted by Akash

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Akash - yes, we can deliver to India no problem! Thanks, Flipp.


hello, can i fit Bonz Pro Light 108 freewheel on this bike? thanks

Posted by Andreas

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Andreas - yes, this freewheel will fit to your bike just fine. Thanks, Flipp.

Sean O'Farrell

How much would that cost in overall in euros to ireland ?

Posted by Sean O'Farrell

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Sean - thanks for your question. If you add the items you want to your basket and go to the checkout, you can see which postage options are available to you and how much they cost. We have a currency converter here: http://www.tartybikes.co.uk/pages/terms_and_conditions.html. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


how is the bottem bracket on the bike

Posted by dawson

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Dawson - thanks for your question. The bottom bracket in this bike is fine. We've encountered no issues with them, and no customers have made any mention/complaints about them. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Roy Trajceski

Dear adam I want on both wheels disc brakes can you customize it with disc brakes on both wheels . I dont know Much about changing parts . What kind disc rims are recommended on this bike ? Can u hold 1 of this bike behind for me I am interrested Kind regards, Roy Trajceski

Posted by Roy Trajceski

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Roy - thanks for your question. Unfortunately disc brakes cannot be fitted to this bike. Neither the hubs, nor the frame or fork have the necessary mounts. Thanks, Flipp.


Is it possible to retrofit a freewheel in the front with a fixed gear in the back on this bike?

Posted by Brandon

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Brandon - it would be possible, but you would need to purchase new cranks and rear sprocket too. The current cranks use four bolts to hold the chainring on, whereas you need threaded cranks to use a front freewheel setup. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi! i'm italian.. I would like to buy a bike for my son, is it possible to get this bike for christmas? or it is late? thank you, and sorry for my english! how I can pay? (credit card or..?)

Posted by gloria

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Gloria - thanks for your question. It would be very close, though could be possible. If your order is placed today, and you selected FedEx Priority shipping, it could arrive on the 24th. Looking back at our previous shipments to Italy they are usually delivered the next working day. FedEx economy usually takes around 3 working days, so would likely arrive a little late, unfortunately. Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.


Hi can you confirm when this is in stock and can you post to Northern Ireland before Xmas ? Regards Lucy

Posted by Lucy

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Lucy - thanks for your question. There has been a slight delay with our suppliers and they are now expected in stock in the third week of December. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi, my son is wanting this bike for Xmas am just worried about getting it in time for Xmas will the black bike be in stock second week in Dec or just round about then, thanks

Posted by simon

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Simon - thanks for your question. We are expecting our shipment of these on 11/12/13, so they should be up on the website to order by 12/12/13. Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.

daniel ramirez

hi how are you guys doing. i live in the united states and wanting to buy one of your bikes but cant find a dealer here do you guys ship to the united states and if you do how much is shipping ? my son races bmx already but wants to try the trials bike

Posted by daniel ramirez

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Daniel - thanks for your question. Yes, we ship to the US pretty much every day so that is no problem at all. You can calculate shipping costs by adding the item to your basket and putting your address in at the checkout. This does not commit you to the order. Thanks, Flipp.


Hello, i want to start with Trial and want to know if that bike would be fine for me. I'm about 168cm high, and does make the 145mm stem on the orange bike that much of a difference as the 165mm stem on the black one?

Posted by Patrick

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Patrick - thanks for your question. This bike should be absolutely fine for you! The 145mm stem, even though it is only 20mm less, makes a surprisingly large difference to how the bike rides. You might not notice having only ridden one, but if you rode one, then switched to the other you would definitely feel the difference. I'd probably advise the longer stem as that is a length most people of your height find comfortable, but it's all down to personal preference! Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.

Reyn Honbo

Hi again, tartybike staff ! So I was wondering if this bike is similar to the Onza Rip 2013 as in geometry and overall riding performance. Also, do you ship your bikes to where I live, in Hawaii? Thank you for your time :)

Posted by Reyn Honbo

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Reyn - thanks for your question. This bike should ride very similarly to the Rip as the frame has the same geometry. The specification is also fairly similar - the main difference to how it rides will come from the slightly shorter stem on the orange version of the Tyke. As for shipping, yes we do. To calculate the shipping costs, add your items to the basket and go to the checkout. Putting your address in will let you see how much it will cost without committing you to the order. For other postage information, see here: http://www.tartybikes.co.uk/pages/postage.html Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hey, I'll start with trialbikeing but is this bike to small for me? Onza tyke? i am 174cm high.

Posted by Julius

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Julius - thanks for your question. You should be absolutely fine on this bike. I am 176cm and am most comfortable on a bike that is actually slightly smaller than this (though most people my height prefer something a little bigger, such as this). If you are concerned about it being to small, going for the black version with the 165mm stem will make more than enough room. That is quite a long stem on an average sized 20" bike, and also riser bars. Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.

Lewis Marsh

Can you tell me how wide the rear tyre is?

Posted by Lewis Marsh

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Lewis - thanks for your question. Unfortunately we can't! We don't actually have these bikes yet, so we only know what we have been told - which isn't an awful lot. Other bikes with 20" rear wheels have 2.4" wide rear tyres so it will likely be around that, but that is pure speculation. Thanks, Flipp.


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Very nice bike

Posted by Owen

This is my first trials bike I absolutely love it but I have to change the grips because they were horrible. In the description it said the V breaks were power full witch there not(when there fully locked I can still move). But other than that it's a awesome bike for beginners.

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Owen - Thanks for your detailed review. I'm glad you like your new bike! Grips are quite a personal thing, with some people preferring rubber, some preferring foam, some preferring thicker or thinner grips and so on. As long as you have found some that are comfortable for you then that's the main thing. Regarding the brakes, as long as your rims and brake pads are kept clean the brakes should work well. If you'd like to improve their power the Onza Ice Pro V-Pads would be a great upgrade.



Posted by Bertram

Thanks to the service of Tarty Bikes, the bike was deliverd on time in the Netherlands for my sons birthday.

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Bertram - I'm glad to hear that the bike arrived in time for you. I hope your son likes it!

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