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Inspired Flow 24" 2018

Product code: 12496

From £582.50 to £599.17

On order

Inspired Flow 24" 2018

Kenda K-Rad Tyres
Maxxis Holy Roller Tyres

Sold out

More stock due in October.

3 upgrades available

Avid BB5 Brake Upgrade (Pair) - Can Be Added At Checkout

Hope Tech 3 Trial Zone Brake Upgrade - Can Be Added At Checkout

Magura MT7 with HC3 Blade Upgrade - Can Be Added At Checkout

  • Super solid, reliable and fun!
  • Outstanding value for money!
  • Disc brake upgrades are available.
- Super high quality, robust bike from Inspired, at a new more attainable price point!
- Building on the success of previous generation Flows, but with more focused geometry and a revised price & look.
- Available in Gloss Orange with black steel forks.
- Supplied with V-Brakes as standard, but disc brake upgrades are available at checkout.

Frame and Forks
- Frame: Inspired Flow 24" - Now with updated internal headtube!
- Forks: Inspired Flow, Steel, Disc & V-Brake

- Front hub: Trialtech Front Disc, Sealed Bearing, 32h, Black
- Rear hub: Trialtech Rear Disc, Sealed Bearing, 32h, Black
- Chain tensioner: Inspired Flow Custom
- Front rim: Inspired Flow, 24", Black
- Rear rim: Inspired Flow, 24", Black
- Spokes: Stainless Plain Gauge
- Rim tape: Kenda
- Inner tube (front): Kenda
- Inner tube (rear): Kenda
- Front tyre: Kenda K-Rad 24 x 2.3" OR Maxxis Holy Roller 24 x 2.4"
- Rear tyre: Kenda K-Rad 24 x 2.3" OR Maxxis Holy Roller 24 x 2.4"

- Front brake: Tektro V-Brake Lever, Tektro V-Brake - ***NOT disc brakes as shown in the product images!*** (Optional upgrade to a rear Avid BB5 Cable Disc Brake is available at Checkout).
- Rear brake: Tektro V-Brake Lever, Tektro V-Brake - ***NOT disc brakes as shown in the product images!*** (Optional upgrade to a rear Avid BB5 Cable Disc Brake is available at Checkout). Disc brake mount is at +20 position.

- Cranks: Trialtech 4-Arm, Square Taper, 170mm, Black
- Front Sprocket: Inspired 22T 4-Arm
- Chain: KMC Z510
- Freewheel: Trialtech 16T, 36 engagement
- Pedals: Wellgo Nylon Platform, Black
- Bottom bracket: Sealed Square Taper. Standard 68mm threaded shell.

- Saddle and post: Black, Integrated
- Seat Clamp: Inspired

- Headset: Trialtech, 1-1/8" Internal, Black
- Stem: Trialtech Forged, 4-bolt front clamp, 90mm x 35˚, Black
- Grips: Rubber, Black
- Handlebars: Trialtech Alloy Riser

- Wheelbase: 1010mm
- Chainstay: 375mm
- BB Rise: +15mm
- Head Angle: 73˚
- Centre of BB to Top Centre of Head Tube: 670mm

- Weight. 11.20kg

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.

Please note that the specification on the bike may occasionally vary slightly from the photos and description. If this happens then the overall effect will be an upgrade and it will not affect the cosmetic appearance of the bike drastically.



Hi Just wanted to begin by saying that I already have MTB experience and can perform trials moves on a MTB. However, I wanted to buy one of ur street trials bikes and I have one question. Will I be able to do trials on the street trials bikes as easily as I can on a MTB or will it feel weird at first. Thx in advance Ranjit

Posted by Ranjit on 03/09/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/09/2017

Hi Ranjit - You'll be able to do trials on an Inspired much, much more easily than on your MTB. They have shorter chainstays and a more suitable BB height so if you can do trials moves on your MTB when you get onto a street trials bike you'll be away! Thanks, Mark

Ellis Martin

Would a 13yr-old boy be able to jump high and do pro trials opn this bike or is it to heavy Thanks

Posted by Ellis Martin on 16/03/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 17/03/2015

Hi Ellis - thanks for your question. It would depend largely on the size of the 13 year old. If he is small or average size then the bike might feel a little cumbersome to start with, though the smaller bikes would be too small. No-one makes a bike between "kids" and "adults" size unfortunately, but he would very quickly grow out of such a bike anyway. The bikes are not the lightest but that is because they are made to be very durable. The weight is not too much of an issue and wouldn't be a reason it can't be ridden well. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

fotis kremmydas

can i have the back brake with right hand and the frond with th left

Posted by fotis kremmydas on 09/04/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/04/2014

Hi Fotis - yes, that will be absolutely fine, just leave a note on the order when you make it. Thanks, Flipp.


Is this bike suitable for guys who are 5 foot 3 inches

Posted by dennis on 20/04/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 22/04/2014

Hi Dennis - this bike would be just fine for someone of that height. Thanks, Flipp.


Is this bike suitable for guys who are just starting trials.

Posted by dennis on 20/04/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 22/04/2014

Hi Dennis - thanks for your question. This is a great bike for beginners who are looking to get into the streetier side of trials riding, and will continue to be a great bike to ride as they progress. It is not the best choice if you are looking to get into the more power-based move, or competition side of trials riding as it is designed with street riding in mind. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

ryan reed

i have a question, i am thinking of ordering a bike and i was wondering what the shipping would cost in the USA. thank you

Posted by ryan reed on 23/06/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 23/06/2014

Hi Ryan - thanks for your question. 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. Thanks, Flipp.

göran granberg

Hi Is it possible to get this bike shipped to sweden. If so what is the shipping costs?

Posted by göran granberg on 11/09/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/09/2014

Hi Göran - thanks for your question. Shipping to Sweden 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. Thanks, Flipp.


Hello i m intéressés for the 24 inspired flow street trial. I m in montreal canada, it s possible to send bike thank you

Posted by rivière on 07/10/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 07/10/2014

Hi Riviére - yes, we can send to items to Canada no problem. Thanks, Flipp.


Would this bike be okay for someone who is 6f 2? As smaller wheels are easier to move around with or would u suggest going for the 26 inch wheel flow?

Posted by ashley on 13/10/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/10/2014

Hi Ashley - thanks for your question. The 24" and 26" would suit you equally well, so if you'd prefer the smaller wheels then go for that! Thanks, Flipp.


I live in Canada and I was wondering if I were to get this bike would it be possible for you guys to ship the parts and tools so i can build it and if so would it be any cheaper i just think I can learn more about this specific type of bike

Posted by Dakota on 22/12/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 22/12/2014

Hi Dakota - thanks for your question. Unfortunately we cannot offer a discount for not setting up the bike prior to dispatch. The bikes arrive to us semi-assembled and we could ship one to you in exactly the state it arrives to us, but we could not offer warranty or support with the bike as we would not have checked it over before it left us. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi, im thinking about getting back into trials, I'm wondering if you do any finance? Or ride to work scheme? So i could spread the paidments! Kind regards Mike

Posted by mikey on 07/01/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/01/2015

Hi Mikey - thanks for your question. We have looked into finance options before and it worked out very expensive for everyone, so we do not offer it. We also cannot offer bikes on the ride to work scheme. Sorry about that! Thanks, Flipp.

Tom Mortlock jackson

Hi, I am currently on the zoo Lynx custom spec with a few alterations but wondered what the size of a person is needed to ride the inspired flow at 24"?? Thanks.

Posted by Tom Mortlock jackson on 24/01/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/01/2015

Hi Tom - thanks for your question. The 24" Inspired bikes are aimed at riders from around 5' (150cm) upwards. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


can this fit 20'' tires

Posted by simon on 02/02/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/02/2015

Hi Simon - thanks for your question. No - you cannot fit 20" tyres to this bike. It is tailored specifically to 24". Thanks, Flipp.


Hi my name it tyler and i was wondering if this bike would be a good bike for bmx and dirt jumping plus trials? Would this be a good bike for me. Also can it do long bike rides?

Posted by tyler on 25/02/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/02/2015

Hi Tyler - thanks for your question. These bikes are designed to be as good an all-rounder as possible. If you will mostly be riding BMX or dirt jumps, then a bike tailored to that type of riding would be better suited, and if you were only wanting to ride trials then a trials bike would handle easier, but if you want to have some fun on all types of riding then these are a really great middleground! The gearing on these bikes would make long bike rides quite impractical. They are designed for acceleration and control, not cruising. The saddle is also very low, so would make all that pedalling uncomfortable. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hey tartybikes. Im 14 years old and 1.62 meters high. Do you this is A good bike for me. Thank You

Posted by Oliver on 19/03/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/03/2015

Hi Oliver - thanks for your question. Yes, this would be the Inspired best suited to you. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Jake Dominey

Is this bike ok for a 13 year old boy. Can he still do all the tricks and jumps

Posted by Jake Dominey on 21/04/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 21/04/2015

Hi Jake - thanks for your question. This bike might feel a touch big for an average sized 13 year old, but the smaller 20" bike will already be too small. We usually advise these bikes are suitable for riders 1.5m (5ft) and over. If it does feel a bit big, it will not be long before he has grown into it, which is obviously better than having already grown out of it! Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Jake Dominey

Is this bike more of a dirt jump bike or is it a trials bike you can jump across rocks on. What bike does Martyn Ashton use and what size tyer and what bike does Danny macascil use and what size tyer

Posted by Jake Dominey on 21/04/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 21/04/2015

Hi Jake - thanks for your question. These bikes are designed to be as much of an all-rounder as possible. They're great for doing a bit of everything on, but as such are not specialized in any one thing. Martyn Ashton unfortunately no longer rides due to a serious injury. Danny MacAskill rides an Inspired Skye Team with 24" x 2.4" tyres. Thanks, Flipp.

Jake Dominey

What bike is better for trials riding the inspired 24 or the rip which one would u reccomend

Posted by Jake Dominey on 21/04/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 22/04/2015

Hi Jake - that depends on the style of riding you want to do. If you want to ride competitions or a more traditional style of trials, the Rip will likely be better suited to you, though if you want to ride street trials like Danny MacAskill or Ali C then you would be better off with the Inspired. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


I am around 4 ft 6 in. Would this bike be better for me or would the Flow 20" fit me better?

Posted by Kai on 02/08/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/08/2015

Hi Kai - thanks for your question. At your current height, the 20" would suit you better. The 24" bikes feel a little too big for people under 5ft. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Cameron rogers

can this bike be painted in any other color eg red or black and how much would it cost if u can?

Posted by Cameron rogers on 02/08/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/08/2015

Hi Cameron - thanks for your question. The bikes are only available as standard in the pictured colour scheme. If you wanted to paint it yourself after buying it, please note that this would invalidate the warranty. The price would vary on how you did it - buying cans of spray paint would be the cheapest way, where getting it professionally sprayed/powdercoated can be quite expensive. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Dec Marsden

hey! Thinking of getting one off you in a few weeks! What psi would you recommend for riding this on the streets and off some drops up to a metre or so? Thanks in advance

Posted by Dec Marsden on 05/08/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 07/08/2015

Hi Dec - thanks for your question. You should run whatever pressure feels comfortable for you. Some people prefer softer tyres, and some prefer firmer. For a bike of this style, around 25-30psi is a good starting point, and then experiment from there. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Can you fit a bash plate too this particular model?

Posted by James on 14/09/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/09/2015

Hi James - You can't fit a bash plate to this bike, sorry, you can only use a bashring similar to the one fitted to the bike as standard. These tend to do the job pretty well though! Thanks, Mark

Robert Macinnes

Hi do you send to postcode hs2 0ha, which is western isles scotland. Thanks

Posted by Robert Macinnes on 01/10/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/10/2015

Hi Robert - That should be no problem at all, we send orders all over the world every day :) If you add a product to your basket and head to the checkout page, it will prompt you to enter your postcode. Once you've done that it will automatically calculate postage prices for you (you're under no obligation to buy at that point, it can simply be done to check prices). Thanks, Mark


dear tartybikes, i would love to dive into this awesome sport and get into the basic tricks which danny macaskill is doing. So, i´m 40yrs young beginner, 1,80meter tall, about 100kg. Would this bike be sizewise o.k. and robust enough for me? or would you suggest another bike from "inspired"? thanks.

Posted by claude on 01/10/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/10/2015

Hi Claude - Thanks for getting in touch! It sounds like the Flow 24" would tick all the right boxes for you. The Flow frame and fork are almost identical to the ones Danny MacAskill rides in the Inspired Bicycles April 2009 video so are definitely proven to be strong enough and have the right kind of geometry to allow you to do those moves. The components specced on the rest of the bike are also nice and durable, so as long as you keep on top of minor jobs like making sure the bolts and so on are kept nice and tight I don't think you'd have any problems. For your height the bike should be a good fit too. I'm a similar height and ride one of the Inspired 24" bikes and it feels comfortable to me. If you've got any more questions, feel free to ask away! Thanks, Mark


When will it be ready? I want to buy this.

Posted by kim on 20/04/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/04/2017

Hi Kim - We expect more Flow bikes in June. Thanks, Mark


Would this bike fit someone 6ft4''?

Posted by julien on 01/11/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/11/2015

Hi Julien - This bike should fit your reasonably well, although if you found it felt a little cramped you could easily change the standard 90mm stem for something like a 110mm stem which would make the front end of the bike a little roomier. Thanks, Mark

Tharun Shiv

Hello tartybikes I just wanted to know can I do footjam tailwhips on this bike and can you spin the bar 360 and ride out easily?????thank you Tharun

Posted by Tharun Shiv on 11/11/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/11/2015

Hi Tharun - Those tricks are certainly possible on this bike if you're able to do them! Thanks, Mark

ravisha dabare

if i buy a bike from your website will you ship it to sri lanka?

Posted by ravisha dabare on 12/11/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/11/2015

Hi Ravisha - We can ship to Sri Lanka. Shipping for a complete bike would start from around £162. Thanks, Mark

Nick P.

Hello ! In the info of the bike Ive read that it will be shiped assembled . Will all the pieces be included ?

Posted by Nick P. on 20/12/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 21/12/2015

Hi Nick - We build up our bikes to a complete state, then remove the wheels, pedals and handelbars/stem so we can fit them in a box to ship out. All parts are included in the box. Thanks, Mark

Justin Lackner

Hey I was just wondering if it is possible to fit a front disc brake on this bike?

Posted by Justin Lackner on 12/01/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/01/2016

Hi Justin - Fitting a front or rear disc brake to this bike would be no problem thanks to it being fitted with a disc mount on the frame, fork and hubs as standard. You would simply need to choose the disc brake you'd like then bolt it on. Thanks, Mark


Hi guys... I'm looking to upgrade the hubs (hope pro evo 2) front and rear also I'm looking to buy hope x2 brakes but the issue I have is on my 2015 flow (purple) before I buy all that I need to know if it is possible to "adapt" the rear to disc brake by buying an adaptor and the rear disc hub i don't know if this would be possible but I have seen others try this on mountain bikes but the frame on a trials bike is specialised so i don't really know if that would work Or would I have to buy a new bike to get duel disc? Cheers guys

Posted by Mark on 14/01/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 15/01/2016

Hi Mark - Unfortunately it's not really possible to use an adaptor to make the previous generation of Flow frame disc compatible. I have seen a few different adaptors/conversions in the past, but they tend to be for mountain bike usage and I don't think they'd stand up to the stresses that trials puts through the rear brake. Unfortunately, you would need to buy a new frame and rear hub to run a rear disc on your Flow. Regarding the X2 brakes, they are more of an XC brake rather than a trials brake, so are lacking power a little. The piston size is 12% smaller than Hope's trials-orientated brakes, and the caliper itself has less reinforcement/stiffness so there would be more flex. Thanks, Mark


hey! do the flow 24 standard rims have disk mounts?

Posted by gideon on 07/02/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/02/2016

Hi Gideon - The hubs, frame and fork on the Flow 24" bike are all disc ready so if you wished to fit disc brakes, all you'd need to do would be to buy the brakes of your choice then bolt them on. You wouldn't need to replace any of the major components of the bike to fit them. Thanks, Mark

Justin Lackner

The Avid BB5 brake upgrade is it a rear or the front brake

Posted by Justin Lackner on 22/02/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 23/02/2016

Hi Justin - It is for both brakes. Thanks, Mark


what hydraulic disk brake upgrade would you recommend

Posted by Matt on 06/03/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 07/03/2016

Hi Matt - As brakes are a key part of a trials bike, we try to ensure we don't stock any that we don't feel are up to the job. As a result, fitting any of the ones on our site to the Flow would be a noticeable improvement over the standard V-Brakes! The Shimano SLX brakes are a great value for money option that provide a lot of power, although they don't have much adjustment. At the other end of the scale, the Hope Tech 3 Trial Zone and Magura MT7 brakes also have plenty of power, but also give you independent bite point and reach adjustment. The Shimano and Hope brakes are supplied without adaptors and rotors, so you'd also need to add them to your basket too. 180mm front and rear is the ideal size for 24" bikes. For adaptors, the 'Type F' Hope adaptors (Quick find code: 010773) are the correct model for the Flows. If you've got any more questions, feel free to ask! Thanks, Mark


Hi, i'd like to buy this bike but i want to know if you ship to Peru, in South America?

Posted by Andres on 05/06/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 06/06/2016

Hi Andres - Shipping to Peru is no problem! To check shipping prices and options, add a bike to your basket and head to the checkout. The website will automatically calculate the available shipping options for you, with no obligation to buy. Thanks, Mark

Matt Smith

Does this come in any other colours than yellow ?

Posted by Matt Smith on 26/06/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 27/06/2016

Hi Matt - The Flow is only available in this colour. Thanks, Mark


Is this bike good for a 12 year old boy who weighs 40 kg and is 160cm tall?

Posted by Malte on 27/06/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 28/06/2016

Hi Malte - 160cm is at the lower end of the height range for the Flow. If the bike felt a little long it would be possible to fit a shorter stem and bar to the bike to make it a little shorter, so that may help customise the fit of the bike to suit. Thanks, Mark


What chainline does this crankset/bottom bracket yield? I would be interested to know because I have an alternative 135mm hub in mind for this bike.

Posted by Ron on 25/07/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/07/2016

Hi Ron - The chainline with those cranks is approximately 53mm. Thanks, Mark

Tin Marinić

Can you deliver this bike to croatia?

Posted by Tin Marinić on 01/11/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/11/2016

Hello - Shipping to Croatia is no problem at all, we ship our bikes and parts worldwide every day. If you'd like to check delivery prices and options, add a bike to your Basket then head to the Checkout - our website will automatically calculate shipping options and prices for you, with no obligation to buy. Thanks, Mark


Hello guys, I plan to order this bike and upgrade it straight away with dual hydraulic brakes. I would like to order the Hope Tech 3 Trial Zone (front + rear) from your shop. But first i need to know if : 1- I need an adaptor or new rotors? 2- The original headset allows the hose to routed through the fork tube? Thank you for your answers.

Posted by Ian on 01/11/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/11/2016

Hi Ian - You would be able to re-use the existing adaptors from the BB5 brakes fitted to the bike, but I would recommend some Trial Zone V2 rotors to go with your new brakes as they have the right depth braking surface on them to match the bigger pad size on the Trial Zone calipers. The Avid rotors are a little narrower, so won't offer the same power. With the standard top cap on the Flow forks it's not possible to route your front brake hose through the steerer tube unfortunately. You would need a headlock kit to do this, but unfortunately the Inspired model which would be suitable is out of stock and isn't scheduled to be available again for a little while. Thanks, Mark


Hi, One last question : can I pay in euro? Thank you. Ian.

Posted by Ian on 02/11/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/11/2016

Hi Ian - It's not possible for us to accept payments in Euros, sorry, but your bank or PayPal will usually be able to convert them to GBP when you make payment. Thanks, Mark


Hey TartyBikes, If i order this bike with the v-brake in the rear, would i have to buy a new hub when i want to upgrade to disc in the future? Or is the disc mount hub even on the v-brake edition? Greetings from Austria Paul

Posted by Paul on 01/12/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 01/12/2016

Hi Paul - The standard V-Brake build features a disc hub too, so you wouldn't need to re-build the rear wheel. Thanks, Mark

rob gregory

Do you have a 2017 inspired flow plus available now, for sale?

Posted by rob gregory on 20/01/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/01/2017

Hi Rob - We do, if you type Quick find code: 013178 into the search box you should be able to track it down. Thanks, Mark


Hello !! Does inspired flow 24 2017 .. comes with the tools to place the parts ... fit them ! ? Thanks

Posted by Gio on 08/04/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/04/2017

Hi Gio - The Flow comes without tools. We sell various tools in our Tools section should you need them. For the Flow, an allen key set should be all you need. Thanks, Mark

Harry McGarvie

Hi. What would be needed in order to allow the front brake cable to be run through the stem, and then down through and out of the headtube to the brake calliper (in order to allow bar spins/tail whips etc.)? I'm hoping to buy a Flow soon once I get the money! Thanks, Harry

Posted by Harry McGarvie on 13/04/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/04/2017

Hi Harry - You would need the Inspired Headlock V2 to achieve this. Due to the steerer tube design, this is the only type of top cap/headlock system that would work. Thanks, Mark


Hi TartyBikes. Can you tell when the DB5 Brake Upgrade will be available again? Thanks

Posted by Dominik on 10/06/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/06/2018

Hi Dominik - They're available again now. Thanks, Mark

Hendrik Schnitzler

I have a question, I'm waiting a few days / weeks that the bike is again to sell, but it doesen't come. When is the bike again available?

Posted by Hendrik Schnitzler on 26/07/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 27/07/2017

Hi - We hope within the next few weeks, but we are waiting for Inspired to get them back in. Thanls.


I am looking at getting into the streety side of trials riding. I am 12 and a mountain biker. At the moment I have a BMX but I think a 24 trials bike would be better. My obvious choice bike would be the Inspired flow 24, but after looking, the Onza zoot could be on the cards. Which one do you think would be better for me? James

Posted by James on 14/08/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/08/2017

Hi James - If you're looking to do more streety-style trials riding, I think the Flow would be a little better suited than the Zoot. Compared to the Zoot it has shorter chainstays (which improve handling on the back wheel, and help give the bike a bit more 'pop' for bunnyhops), a slightly lower BB which again helps for street riding, and a few other tweaks such as a shorter stem which improves it's ability to spin and do front wheel tricks. The Inspired frame and fork are also a bit tougher too. That said, the Zoot is still a great way to get into street trials, so if you can't stretch to the Flow then it would still be a good starting point. Thanks, Mark

Duncan Burnside

A few questions What is the maximum height? Is there a weight limit? Is it ok for beginners?

Posted by Duncan Burnside on 28/08/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 29/08/2017

Hi Duncan - There's no maximum height for this bike. We have seen riders nearer 6ft 6in/2.0m tall riding these bikes so there shouldn't be a problem. If you are very tall a longer stem can be fitted but the bike should still ride well. There is no weight limit to these bikes as they're built to be very tough. The Flow and Flow Plus were designed to be a good stepping stone into the world of street trials, so if you're just starting out it should suit you well. Thanks, Mark


Is this bike suitable for a young where is 166cm tall?

Posted by Max on 06/09/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 07/09/2017

Hi Max - This bike should be suitable for someone at 166cm tall. The Flow 20" is recommended for 120-150cm, with the Flow 24" recommended for people 150cm+, so you should fit fine. There is no real upper limit to the height range for their 24" bikes - we know riders who are around 200cm tall who ride them. Thanks, Mark


Is this bike suitable for a 5feet 5inches tall boy? And how much pound does this bicycle hold?

Posted by maxii on 08/09/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/09/2017

Hi Max - This bike should fit you fine as Inspired recommend it for riders 5ft and above. There is no weight limit on this bike. Thanks, Mark


Do you know if the brakes on the flow are hydraulic or not?

Posted by Gaege on 16/09/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/09/2017

Hi Gaege - The standard brakes on the Flow are cable operated V-Brakes. There are optional upgrades to cable operated disc brakes or hydraulic disc brakes too. Thanks, Mark


Does the Inspired flow have an aluminum frame???

Posted by Gaege on 16/09/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/09/2017

Hi Gaege - The Flow uses an aluminium frame and fork. Thanks, Mark


Hello, is this bike suitable for higher Drops like 2 meters, or havier tricks like 360, higher jumps, Manual, wheelie etc...And is the Frame stable enough, and are the breakes good?

Posted by Max on 17/09/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/09/2017

Hi Max - The Flow is a tough little bike so should be able to handle big moves fairly easily. If you're doing larger scale riding, the upgrade to disc brakes over the standard V-Brakes would be a good idea. The standard V-Brakes are up to the job for getting you into riding and improving your skills, but for advanced riding you may find the upgraded brakes give a bit more confidence. Thanks, Mark


Hi can you get this bike as just frame and forks

Posted by Tomoh04 on 26/09/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 27/09/2017

Hi Tom - Unfortunately, the Flow isn't available as a frame kit. Sorry! Thanks, Mark


how is this bike different from the inspired fourplay pro? is this bike okay for rough terrain like dirt BMX bumps? can this bike do footjam tail whips and wheelies or manuals and other tricks like that well? thanks

Posted by me on 06/10/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 06/10/2017

Hello - The only thing the Flow really shares with the Fourplay Pro is that they both have 24" wheels. The Fourplay has an upgraded spec all round, is stronger and lighter. The Flow is still a great way to get into trials, and is designed to be tough too, so if you're looking for your first street trials bike then this could be a good value option. The Flow should handle dirt jumps well, although as with the Fourplay it doesn't have suspension so rougher trails might not be quite so nice on it. It's possible to do the tricks you've mentioned on the Flow, although I'd recommend getting an Inspired Headlock V2 for it so you can run the front brake cable through the steerer tube - this will make multiple footjam whips possible as it'll stop your brake binding up. Thanks, Mark


I currently have a 20" trials bike and was wanting to get into street trials. I was just wondering if the 24" bikes will feel similar and I will be able to transfer the tricks I have learned on the 20" to the 24"

Posted by Luke on 13/10/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 16/10/2017

Hi Luke - No other bikes really feel much like a 20" trials bike just because of how specialised they are. You can still transfer the tricks you've got on your 20" onto your 24" though, although you may find you need to adapt some techniques ever so slightly just due to the different geometry. Having those trials skills already should give you a great head start to learning street trials moves! Thanks, Mark


I have a question on returning if it is not the right size or never used due to breaking a leg or something like that (which is my current case, not with tarty) what is your return policy

Posted by Paddy on 14/10/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 16/10/2017

Hi Paddy - Our full returns policy is available here: https://www.tartybikes.co.uk/pages/terms_and_conditions.html#returns To summarise though, as long as the bike is still in brand-new, un-used condition then returning it should be no problem. Thanks, Mark


Hello. I just want to ask that is this bike going to be a good size for a 168cm hight person? Thanks a lot.

Posted by Cerise on 15/10/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 16/10/2017

Hi Cerise - This bike should fit you well. The Flow 24" is recommended for riders from 150cm and upwards so covers you nicely. Thanks, Mark

Solomon B-F

I'm 150cm tall, and I have been thinking into getting into trial biking, would this be a good size bike ? Also do you have a rough idea of whet gear this bike would be on compared to a normal bike ? thanks for your time, Solomon

Posted by Solomon B-F on 25/10/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/10/2017

Hi Solomon - Inspired recommend the Flow for riders over 1.50m, so you'll be towards the lower end of the sizing range for it but should get to grips with it! In terms of gearing, it would probably be equivalent to the smallest chainring up front with one of the middle gears on the rear (the actual ratio is 22:16, but the smaller wheel size effectively makes the gear ratio feel a little different). Thanks, Mark


Would you be able to run a larger front chainring, say up to 36t?

Posted by Chris on 30/10/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 31/10/2017

Hi Chris - Unfortunately, we don't think that would work on the Flow, sorry. The Flow has relatively short chainstays, and in turn that means that clearance becomes tricky as there's basically less room to play with to make sure that the frame clears a large tyre. As such they're designed around a 22t front chainring, so fitting a 36t ring might be problematic. Sorry!


I was just wondering if it has the very easy peddling like first gear on a mountain bike Keir

Posted by Keir on 09/11/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/11/2017

Hi Keir - The gearing would be the equivalent of the smallest chainring at the front on a mountain bike, with a gear from around the middle of the cassette on the rear. It's fairly light so it makes it ideal for trials, but also allows you to pick up speed for streety moves too! Thanks, Mark


is it possible to make the bike into a lower gear

Posted by keir on 17/11/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/11/2017

Hi Keir - If you wanted to make the gearing lower you could fit an 18t freewheel to the rear rather than a 16t which is fitted as standard. To make the gearing higher your options are more limited unfortunately. You may be able to increase the chainring size to a 24t without having clearance issues, but you aren't able to get a freewheel smaller than 16t. Thanks, Mark


Hi. Just wanted to know what is the difference between the Normal Yellow Flow 24 and the upgraded version?

Posted by Dylan on 18/11/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/11/2017

Hi Dylan - The Flow Plus features upgraded alloy forks, upgraded Truvativ bars, upgraded Truvativ crankset, Maxxis Holy Roller tyres, metal platform pedals and disc brakes as standard. You get quite a lot more bike for your money! Thanks, Mark


Does it come with the disc brakes

Posted by Keir on 12/12/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/12/2017

Hi Keir - The Flow, as standard, comes with V-Brakes. Disc brakes can be added as an upgrade at the Checkout. Thanks, Mark

Frank Hutton

Hi, I have an Inspired Element (not sure which model but it is yellow and has a rear v-brake and front cable-disc brake) and I was wondering if I could put a disc brake on the rear (as the braking is terrible and is holding me back). It has two bolt holes near the rear hub which look as if I could put a rear disc on but they are quite small in diameter. If so what would be the adapter I need? I know the rear wheel can mount a rotor. Thanks very much, Frank

Posted by Frank Hutton on 25/12/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/12/2017

Hi Frank - If you have the yellow Element then it's not possible to fit a rear disc, sorry. The two holes on the dropout are there because the Element frame uses a standard factory dropout - the holes would typically be used for a mudguard or rack. Although there are V-Brake to Disc Brake adaptors on the market, none of them are suitable for trials use, and the frame wouldn't be likely to handle it too well as trials frames tend to be beefed up a lot around the disc mount area. Thanks, Mark


Hi there! I'm 1.85m (6.069554 ft) tall, will this frame be comfortable in me?

Posted by Justo on 30/12/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/01/2018

Hello - This bike should fit you well. I'm around your height and also ride an Inspired and find I don't have a problem with the fit of mine. If you did find it a little cramped, changing to a longer stem is a cheap and easy option that'll help customise the fit of the bike to suit you. Thanks, Mark


Hi my question is, what is the difference between the flow 24 an the flow 24 plus

Posted by Benjamin on 01/01/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/01/2018

Hi Benjamin - The Flow Plus features disc brakes as standard, upgraded alloy forks, an upgraded crankset and upgraded tyres (as well as a few other little tweaks here and there). The frame is the same between the two bikes, but the specification of the rest of the parts is upgraded on the Flow Plus. Thanks, Mark


Hello! I'm thinking of getting in to trials. Do you think a pair of SHIMANO BR-M506 would work well on this bike? I have a pair at home. And in that case what brake disks would you recommend and would i need any adoptors? Thanks, Victor

Posted by Victor on 04/01/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/01/2018

Hi Victor - Those brakes would be a step up from the standard V-Brakes, but that particular model of Shimano brake might feel a little under-powered. That particular caliper also has quite a lot of "pad knock", which is where the pads shift around a little in the caliper in use. If you did want to try them, some 180mm Shimano SLX rotors and the relevant Hope or Magura IS Frame/Fork to Post Mount Caliper adaptors would do the trick. In all honesty, what may be more cost effective is to go for the Avid BB5 cable upgrade option on the Flow if you purchase one. The BB5 brakes work really well, but if you wanted to switch to your Shimano brakes you could simply re-use the standard Avid rotors and adaptors. This would work out about the same price as just buying some extra rotors and adaptors yourself, but you'd end up with some spare brakes should you need them. Thanks, Mark

Joel Neumann

What does the upgrade to disc brakes cost? And can you send it to germany?

Posted by Joel Neumann on 06/01/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/01/2018

Hi Joel - The Upgrade cost is £75. Shipping to Germany would be no problem (we ship internationally every day, using FedEx Priority or Economy shipping), although at present we're out of stock of Flows. We expect more in February, so I'd suggest setting up a stock reminder on the product page so you will be informed as soon as they're in stock. They tend to sell out very quickly! Thanks, Mark


Hey is the bike ever gonna be in other colors? And is there a cheaper beginner trials bike for street?

Posted by Sebastian on 15/01/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 16/01/2018

Hi Sebastian - The Flow has only just been released in this colour so although we expect in the future it will change, we don't think it'll be any time soon. This is the cheapest street trials bike available - Onza used to make the Zoot complete bike, but that has recently been discontinued sorry! Thanks, Mark

Jonah Steindamm

If I buy the bike with the brake upgrade, the brakes are attached to the delivery or must i to install down the brakes myself?

Posted by Jonah Steindamm on 15/02/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 15/02/2018

Hi Jonah - We install and set up the brakes on every bike we send out, whether they're the standard brakes fitted to a bike or upgraded brakes. You won't need to set them up yourself once you receive the bike. Thanks, Mark

Jonah Steindamm

How wide is the handlebar?

Posted by Jonah Steindamm on 15/02/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 15/02/2018

Hi Jonah - The Trialtech bars fitted to the bike are 680mm wide. Thanks, Mark

Jonah Steindamm

what different types of payment are there?

Posted by Jonah Steindamm on 18/02/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 19/02/2018

Hi Jonah - We accept payment via PayPal (which can be done using payment from a PayPal account, or just using your Credit/Debit Card if you don't have an account) or bank transfer. Full details are available here: https://www.tartybikes.co.uk//pages/terms_and_conditions.html#ordering Thanks, Mark

Jonah Steindamm

Is the right brake at the front or rear? can i adjust this myself?

Posted by Jonah Steindamm on 20/02/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 21/02/2018

Hi Jonah - We check where our bikes are being shipped to and set the brakes up to suit the standard orientation for that country, so we would handle that for you before the bike left. Thanks, Mark


Hi, I have two questions. The first one is: I'm 5 feet high (1.50m) an i'm very small. Is this bike good for me? And the second question: If I want to buy the hoodie it costs me about 20 € , but at the top it says that the following things are imcluded. So if I buy the bike are there some brakes and a handlebare in the box or do I have to buy them extra? Thank's for your help!!

Posted by Leonard on 24/02/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/02/2018

Hi Leonard - The Flow 24" bikes are recommended for riders 1.5m and up, so although you're on the lower end of the height range it should still fit. If it feels too big, it is easy to fit a smaller stem to help make the bike feel a little shorter. I'm not too sure what you mean about the hoodies though, sorry! At Checkout, there is the option to buy a TartyBikes hoody at a discounted price, but you would need ot click the green + icon to add it to your basket. This will add the £17.50 to your total price. Also, I'm not too sure what you mean about the brakes and handlebars, sorry! The bike is supplied complete in one overall box, although there is some very small amount of assembly required when it reaches you (just fitting the pedals, wheel and bar/stem) - all the tricky things like setting brakes up is done by us. If you wanted to buy some additional parts, we can try and fit them in the box too so you wouldn't necessarily need to pay more for shipping them. Hopefully this helps. Thanks, Mark


I was wondering do you do finance at all. regards Charlie

Posted by CHARLIE on 13/03/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/03/2018

Hi Charlie - We don't offer finance ourselves, but PayPal do offer PayPal Finance as an option when you try paying for any order. You should be able to find more details, rates and terms on their website. Thanks, Mark

Josef Schwimmbeck

Will the holder for the V-brakes still be visible after the upgrade to the disc brakes?

Posted by Josef Schwimmbeck on 27/03/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 28/03/2018

Hi Josef - The V-brake stud can be removed from the frame (as shown in the images), but the fork boss is welded in place so that will be present. The images of the bike show how it would look if you received it with disc brake upgrade. Thanks, Mark


How long does the delivery to Germany take?

Posted by Marco on 02/04/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/04/2018

Hi Marco - That will depend on the shipping option you select. FedEx Priority would take 1-2 working days, with FedEx Economy taking 2-4 working days. Build times for the bike will depend on our workshop schedule, but will typically be 2-3 working days. Thanks, Mark

Dennis G.

Hi. Könnte man es auch bei Problemen wieder zurückschicken?

Posted by Dennis G. on 06/04/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 09/04/2018

Hi Dennis - If you have any issues with the bike that would be covered under warranty, we'd be happy to sort this out for you. We work closely with all of the companies we stock to ensure that after sales care for customers is as good as it can be. Thanks, Mark


How heavy is this bike? Will it be suitable for a beginner trials rider?

Posted by James on 08/04/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 09/04/2018

Hi James - If you click the 'Read More' button on the product page it shows the weight (11.20kg) and the geometry, as well as a full spec of the bike. The Flow and Flow Plus bikes are designed for new riders, so should do the job very well! Thanks, Mark


Gibt es auf das Bike oder auf bestimmte Teile eine Garantie und wenn wie lange?

Posted by Dennis on 10/04/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/04/2018

Hi Dennis - The bike is supplied with a 6 month warranty against manufacturing and materials defects. Thanks, Mark


Should I get this bike or the 20inch wheel? I am 11 and are 4’11 in?

Posted by Bodhi on 21/04/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 23/04/2018

Hi Bodhi - Although you'd be a little small for the bike at first, I think the 24" Flow would be the way to go. We typically recommend the Flow 20" for riders from 4-5ft tall, so as you're coming up to the top end of that recommendation and are going to continue to grow, the 24" would be the better long term bet for you. Thanks, Mark


Let’s say I’m buying a inspired flow 24” and a pair of Magura brakes will you be able to install it on the bike before shipping

Posted by Dylan on 11/05/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/05/2018

Hi Dylan - That should be no problem at all. Thanks, Mark

allyn hughes

This would be my first trials bike but I am worried about the size, I am 6”2 would this be ok?

Posted by allyn hughes on 18/05/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/05/2018

Hi Allyn - I'm around your height and I've been riding various Inspired bikes for the past 7 years or so. I haven't had a problem with being too big for the bike, so you should be fine too. If you particularly felt you wanted to make the big feel a little bigger or roomier, changing the stem and/or bars would allow you to do so quickly, easily and fairly cheaply (suitable stems are around £20). Thanks, Mark

Sebastian David Alstrup

Hey is there a big differents to the parts of this bike and the same one that cost 999 besides the brakes? And will this bike come in other colors? And does the price go down in the near future?

Posted by Sebastian David Alstrup on 28/05/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 29/05/2018

Hi Sebastian - As well as the disc brakes as standard, the Flow Plus comes with upgraded alloy forks, and some upgraded finishing kit such as ISIS rather than square taper cranks, metal rather than plastic pedals and Maxxis rather than Kenda tyres. As far as we're aware the Gloss Orange colour will be out for the foreseeable future - it's only just been launched. We don't have any plans for the price to go down in the near future, sorry. As before, the bikes have only just been launched and the Inspired range of bikes tend to sell out quickly so we don't typically discount them. Thanks, Mark


Do you order to Newcastle

Posted by Jamie on 31/05/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 31/05/2018

Hi Jamie - We ship our bikes and parts all over the world every day, so Newcastle would be no problem! Thanks, Mark


How well do the rim breaks work. Is it worth going for the disk break upgrade.

Posted by Suly on 01/06/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/06/2018

Hi Suly - The standard rim brakes work quite well, but the disc brakes do offer more power. You would be able to ride the bike well with the standard V-Brakes fitted to it, but if you can stretch to the Avid BB5 disc brakes they'd be a great option to go for. They're cable brakes rather than hydraulic, but still work very well and are cheaper than the hydraulic options. Thanks, Mark

Sebastian David Alstrup

Hey if i regret buying this bike would i could return it? I live in denmark and would it cost me anything? Thanks :)

Posted by Sebastian David Alstrup on 03/06/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/06/2018

Hi Sebastian - If the bike is unridden and still in the same condition it reached you then it would be possible to return it, although you would have to cover return postage. You would be refunded the value of the bike, not including the shipping charge to get the bike to you initially. For full details of our Returns policy, click the 'Support' tab and you'll see it pop up below. If you have any questions or queries about the bike before ordering it feel free to ask - we do our best to make sure you'll be happy with your new bike rather than just trying to make a sale, so we'll answer any questions you have honestly and give you the clearest advice we can. Thanks, Mark


hi, I am 1m 50 long and 14 years old, would I buy this bike or rather buy the flow 20" because I saw I was falling in between these two catagories. but I am growing still. Thanks Lars

Posted by lars on 29/06/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 02/07/2018

Hi Lars - If you're still growing I'd recommend the Flow 24" as you'll grow into it, whereas with the Flow 20" you're already very close to the top recommended height for it. You can fit a longer stem to the Flow 20", but that will compromise the feel of the bike a little. Some riders do prefer that option though (you can find a rider called Yuki Kishi on Facebook/Instagram who rides the Flow 20" with a long stem), but it isn't the best long term solution if you're still growing. Thanks, Mark


When is the bike back in stock?

Posted by tobias on 11/07/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/07/2018

Hi Tobias - The Flow is out of stock with Inspired until October, sorry! As soon as they become available from Inspired again we'll be getting hold of them. Thanks, Mark


Hi ive been wanting to get a trials bike for a while now but my biggest concern is that im 6'5'' and not sure what size i need to get? id really appreciate any response as ive had trouble finding info online

Posted by Dean on 14/07/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 16/07/2018

Hi Dean - You're definitely towards the upper end of the size range for our 24" Inspired bikes, but they should still fit you. If you found the bike felt a little cramped, you could replace the standard 90mm stem with a 110mm stem. This would help 'grow' the front end of the bike to suit your height. The standard bars are also relatively low, so upgrading at some stage to some higher rise bars (such as the TMS Street V2 bars or the Inspired Arcade Risers) would help bring the front end of the bike up to prevent you being as hunched over. As before though, the standard bike has a reasonably good chance of fitting you. Thanks, Mark


Is it easy to pedal

Posted by Gus on 15/07/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 16/07/2018

Hi Gus - The Flow is relatively easy to pedal. It isn't as light as some of our more competition-orientated trials bikes, but it is easier than a street mountain bike or a BMX. Thanks, Mark


Hello, I wanted to know if I can mount the magura mt7 on the inspired flow. thank you in Advance! Best regards ,moritz

Posted by daniel on 09/08/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/08/2018

Hi Daniel!
Fitting Magura MT7 brakes to the Inspired Flow is no problem at all - they're available at Checkout as an optional upgrade should you wish to use them.


Hi. I’m interested in this bike but it will be my first street trials bike and I was wondering if it’s going to be to big or to small for me. So do they come in different frame sizes or one size. I am 15 if that helps. Thanks Dylan 🤙

Posted by Dylan on 11/08/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/08/2018

Hi Dylan!
Our bikes typically come in one size, with riders generally altering stem length/geometry to customise the fit of their bikes.
We usually size bikes up on height rather than age. If you give yourself a measure you should be able to work out which size bike is best for you - if you're over 5ft/1.50m, the Inspired 24" range would be best for you. If you're under that height then the Flow 20" would be more suitable for you.
If you're in the correct height range for the 24" range of Inspired bikes then the Flow 24" would be a great option! It's designed to offer great value for money and be a good stepping stone into the street trials world so sounds like it's just what you're after.
If you have any more questions feel free to ask!


Is it possible to fit a bb52 on this bike?

Posted by Peter on 01/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/09/2018

Hi Peter - From a quick search, the only BB52 I can find is a Shimano Deore BB. If that's the case, then without changing the cranks on the bike it wouldn't be possible to fit one of those, sorry. The standard cranks are square taper whereas the BB52 appears to require the use of 24mm axle cranks. Thanks, Mark

Benji Kershaw

Hi do you know how much this bike weighs with the Maxxis tyres and Magura brakes?

Posted by Benji Kershaw on 28/08/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 28/08/2018

Hi Benji!
We don't have an exact weight for that configuration, sorry.
We would estimate it would weigh approx. 11.4-11.5kg.
If you have any more questions feel free to ask!


If I buy this with hope brakes, can i then fit my hope floating 6-hole rotors?

Posted by Peter on 01/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/09/2018

Hi Peter!
If your Hope rotor is 180mm then you should be able to use it with the Hope brakes and adaptors that are fitted if you select the Hope upgrade option.
The only thing to note is that depending on which Hope rotor you're using, you may encounters issues a little further down the road. The Trial Zone caliper used on the Hope brakes Inspired supply require a brake rotor with a large surface area/bandwidth. This helps give them their great levels of power, but it means that a lot of conventional rotors aren't fully compatible. Because the pads will be taller than the braking surface of the rotor, over time it means the pistons gradually start to push out at an angle (as the lower area of the pads/pistons won't be making contact with the braking surface of the rotor). This slows the feel of the brake down, and leads to the piston starting to stick.
If you have one of the newer generation of Hope rotors that have slightly deeper bandwidth then this hopefully shouldn't be an issue, but if you have one of their older rotors then it may be problematic in the long run.
If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.


Could you give a clue for what color the 2019 model could be? ;)

Posted by Peter on 02/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/09/2018

Hi Peter!
We haven't been told of a new colour becoming available in the near future. Our next batch we expect to be the same Gloss Orange, and Inspired haven't suggested that they're planning on introducing a new colour any time soon.

Peter Hjort

Can i fit the truvativ Howitzer to this bike?

Posted by Peter Hjort on 03/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/09/2018

Hi Peter!
As long as you fit some Truvativ cranks you would be able to. That is the setup that comes on the Flow Plus bike.

Peter Hjort

could i fit a 1.37x24tpi bb on this bike?

Posted by Peter Hjort on 03/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/09/2018

Hi Peter!
That is the thread type for this frame, so any BB with that thread type should fit. You just need to make sure it matches your cranks.

Peter Hjort

Does the bike come with 180mm rotors with the hope upgrade?

Posted by Peter Hjort on 03/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/09/2018

Hi Peter!
That's correct. All our 24" and 26" Inspired bikes are fitted with 180mm rotors if they come with disc brakes.


You better get it in Stock fast! :D ;D (Joke)

Posted by Peter on 03/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/09/2018

Hi Peter!
We'd certainly love to as these are very popular bikes. We hope that Inspired's delivery will be on time.
If you haven't already, I'd recommend clicking the 'Notify me' button to be updated as soon as they're available to buy.


Is the inspired tripod saddle fits on the seatpost of the inspired flow?

Posted by Johann on 04/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2018

Hi Johann!
The Tripod saddle only fits on Tripod seatposts.
This means it isn't compatible with the seat/seatpost on the Flow, sorry! The seat fitted to the Flow is permanently attached to the post itself, so to replace one part you would need to replace both.
If you have any more questions, feel free to ask!


Is it possible to get the hope brakes in other Colours than Black?

Posted by Peter on 04/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2018

Hi Peter!
The Hope brake upgrade options for the Inspired bikes are only available in black.


So I borrowed a 20” comp. Trials bike. Just thought if the feelings would be the same. Thinking about my wrists and such...

Posted by Peter on 04/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2018

Hi Peter!
A 20" competition-style trials bike will feel completely different to a 24" bike. The geometry on 20" bikes tends to mean they have a very high BB and a fairly slack head angle. This gives you the feeling of a lot of your weight being through your wrists, as it will generally move your body weight further forward on the bike.
Inspired bikes have lower BB heights and a different front triangle length (compared to a competition bike), so your body weight is in a much more neutral position. This is what makes them easier to bunnyhop, manual and spin whilst still retaining the ability to ride trials on them too.
Bar angle and position on a street bike will also be a lot different to a 20" bike as well. Most 20" stems will be at least 150mm long, whereas an Inspired will usually have a 90mm stem. This, combined with the steeper head angle, mean that the steering feels much more agile and responsive, whereas on a 20" bike the very long stem and slack head angle can make them feel more 'unusual'.
Hopefully this helps!


If I upgrade the bike later, when i got the money again, and put exactly the same parts as the flow plus, could i then call this the plus version?

Posted by Peter on 04/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2018

Hi Peter!
The Flow frame is the same between the Flow and the Flow Plus, so if you copied the spec of the Plus bike over time, then it would be the same as a Flow Plus bike overall.
The only thing to note is that Inspired don't offer the Flow Alloy forks in a colour-matched option for the frame aftermarket - they are only colour-matched when you buy the Flow Plus bike.
If you have any more questions feel free to ask.


Does the Plus version come with orange alu forks or is it like this one?

Posted by Peter on 04/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2018

Hi Peter!
The Flow Plus comes with colour-matched forks, as shown in the images of the bike.
The Flow comes with steel Flow forks, and these are only available in black.
Hopefully this helps.

Peter Hjort

Why does this bike weigh about the same as the flow plus? If you put pedals that weigh about 450 grams on, they weigh about the same...

Posted by Peter Hjort on 05/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2018

Hi Peter!
I'm not quite sure what you mean, sorry.
The Flow Plus saves weight in some areas, such as the lighter alloy forks, but it adds weight in others such as having disc brakes and a heavier Truvativ splined crankset.
Please note that the weight of the Flow is with V-Brakes fitted, so if you went for the BB5 Disc Brake Upgrade then the bike weight would be higher than shown on the product page.


So I have built a dirtjumper, as close to an inspired as possible. Do you think it will be easier to do trials stuff on this than a dirtjumper with 0mm bb rise?

Posted by Peter on 05/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2018

Hi Peter!
The Flow is designed with trials in mind, so it will be easier to perform trials moves on that a converted dirt jump bike would be.


Can i go tubelessP?

Posted by Peter on 05/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/09/2018

Hi Peter!
We haven't seen anyone go tubeless with this tyre and rim combination before, so we couldn't say for sure if it would work, sorry.
Most DIY tubeless kits work across a broad range of tyre and rim combinations though so it's possible with some modification you could make it work.


Is the stiffness going to be the same as a 20” comp. Bike?

Posted by Peter on 05/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 06/09/2018

Hi Peter!
The Inspired range will be stiffer than most competitions bikes.
Competition bikes are built with low weight in mind so tend to be a little flexier. The Inspired bikes are specifically designed with strength and stiffness in mind, so they are heavier in comparison but will feel stiffer and last longer.


Hi so i am riding trials on my dirt jumper now, built up as close to an inspired as possible. Do you think this is good bike, for more trialsy stuff? I am already able to pedalkick, and place my backwheel on edges relatively high...

Posted by Peter on 07/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/09/2018

Hi Peter!
I'm not quite sure what you mean, sorry - are you asking whether your dirt jump bike is good for trials, or the Flow?
If you mean your dirt jump bike, you should still be able to learn the basics on it, but for bigger moves or more technical trials moves it will be a little harder/more restrictive.
If you mean the Flow, then it should help you learn more of those moves simply because it is aimed in a more trials direction, and has the geometry, build and parts to suit.


Is the price 599 egyptic pounds thats cheap

Posted by Ole on 08/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/09/2018

Hi Ole!
All of our prices are in British Pounds/GBP. To check you're also looking at the correct price, please look in the top corner of the website - there should be a country and flag displayed. If you make sure this is correct for your country, the price shown will either include or exclude the 20% UK VAT rate. If you're inside the EU you will need to pay this, but if you're outside you won't.
Regardless of where you are, the price shown will still be GBP. If you pay via PayPal, it will automatically convert your currency into GBP at checkout.


hi, can the inspired flow 26" 2015 be modified to have disc brakes? it has no bolts for a caliper on the rear so is there an adapter piece?

Posted by jay on 13/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/09/2018

Hi Jay!
Unfortunately it's not possible to fit disc brakes to that generation of Flow, sorry.
We've seen a few adaptors in the past made by different companies, but they aren't designed to handle the stresses that trials places on brakes so we wouldn't recommend using them.


So i just watched the video by Sam pilgrim, where he puts his parts from the red inspired bike he had, to this one, his new flow. It look like his forks are tapered? But isn´t this bike 1 1/8 headset?

Posted by Peter on 14/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 17/09/2018

Hi Peter!
If you use a lower headset cup like the Hope Type H or the M:Part Elite External Lower, they allow you to use a tapered fork on a 1 1/8" head tube that uses internal cups.
That is what Sam has done in that video, and also what happens with the Fourplay bike too.


So I thinking about buying this bike, when it´s in Stock again. But I´m standing between this one, and the plus version. I Calculated the Price for this bike, if I should upgrade it to “plus” specs, and there wasn´t really a big difference. Do you think the weight of this bike and the plus (both with hope brakes) will make a difference? I´m just a beginner, riding trials on a dirtjumper...

Posted by Peter on 16/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 17/09/2018

Hi Peter!
If you upgraded the standard Flow to the Plus spec, it would come out as more expensive.
There are the pedals, cranks, bashring, chainring, forks, bars, tyres and the different cost of the brake upgrades to factor in, and it soon adds up!
In terms of the weight difference, it's less than 0.5kg between the two bikes so I don't think it would make a meaningful difference to your rate of progress on either. They'll be much easier to ride for trials than your existing bike, so I think you'd have a big step in performance regardless.


Dear Tartybikes, Is it possible to pre-order the bike?

Posted by Tobias on 17/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 17/09/2018

Hi Tobias!
We don't have a pre-order option available, sorry.
Although we don't expect there to be any problems with this order, in the past we've had orders from other suppliers turn up late, different to what was expected or not at all so we don't like to make bikes available or take any payment until we have the bikes here in the warehouse and we can be sure they meet up to our expectations.
If you set up a stock reminder, you'll receive an e-mail as soon as they're available. We have quite a few coming, so if you act quickly you shouldn't have a problem.


What will the hope brakes cost with this bike?

Posted by Peter on 20/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 21/09/2018

Hi Peter!
The Hope Upgrade option would cost £315 for the Flow.


Can the bikes be delivered in South Africa

Posted by Hendrik on 22/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 24/09/2018

Hi Hendrik!
We've shipped bikes and parts to South Africa plenty of times before so that wouldn't be a problem.
Just so you know, we're expecting more of the Flow bikes in late October, but once they're in getting one sent across should be absolutely fine.

wout verschuere

if i get a inspired flow 24" with v-brakes, can i then get easily disc breakes on?

Posted by wout verschuere on 27/09/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 28/09/2018

Hi Wout!
Fitting disc brakes to the Flow is nice and easy thanks to them having disc mounts on the frame, and disc mounts on the hubs too.
The cheapest/easiest way to do it if you have the Flow with V-Brakes is to switch to using Avid BB5 brakes. As they're cable operated you can still use the standard V-Brake levers on the Flow, so you would just need some new Inner Brake Cables, Outer Brake Cables, Disc Brake Adaptors and Disc Rotors as well as the BB5s themselves.
The BB5s are supplied with adaptors and rotors, but they're only 160mm size so are a little small compared to the 180mm rotors fitted to the complete Inspired bikes.
If you need any more help choosing the specific parts as and when you come to changing brakes, feel free to ask. The only thing to note is that it is cheaper to upgrade to discs when you first buy the bike rather than doing it further down the line, so it's worth considering.


Do you think i will get used to a stiff fork? Been riding trials on my dirt jumper...

Posted by Peter on 02/10/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 03/10/2018

Hi Peter!
Getting used to the rigid fork should be no problem.
All of us here ride both rigid bikes and full suspension bikes, and the change between the two isn't a problem as the bikes feel so different that the difference in suspension is just part of that.
The Flow will feel a lot different to your dirt jumper simply because it has completely different geometry, gearing, weight, weight distribution and so on, so it will feel like a different bike. As a result the difference in fork won't really be as noticeable on its own.
For its intended use, the rigid fork will give you a lot of benefits over the suspension fork so I imagine that any difference you feel will largely be a positive one.


I'm interested in when the bike comes into stock

Posted by tomaz on 03/10/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/10/2018

Hi Tomaz!
We're hoping to have more Flow bikes in stock some time in October.
If you'd like to be notified when they're back in stock, feel free to enter your e-mail address in the box on the product page and click the 'Notify me' button.
This will ensure you're sent an automated e-mail as soon as the bikes go back into stock.


If i buy the Inspired Flow with the v-breaks can i install on my own hydraulic breaks or should i buy the Inspired Flow with the michanical breaks?

Posted by Paul on 04/10/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/10/2018

Hi Paul!
The Flow has disc mounts on the frame, fork and hubs as standard, so if you wanted to upgrade to disc brakes at any point in future you'd be able to do so.
The upgrade brake options available with the bike at checkout are better value than buying the brakes at a later date, but if you wanted to just buy the bike with V-Brakes that wouldn't stop you being able to upgrade on your own in future.
If you need any more help, feel free to ask!


On which date is the bike back in stock

Posted by Tobias on 05/10/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/10/2018

Hi Tobias!
We don't have a set date that they will be arriving with us yet, sorry.
To find out as soon as they are available, I recommend setting up a stock reminder by entering your e-mail into the box on the product page and clicking the 'Notify me' button.


Will the bike come out still in october?

Posted by Tobias on 09/10/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 09/10/2018

Hi Tobias!
As far as we're aware, that is still the case.
If this changes we'll be sure to make it clear on the product page.

Manny Ray

I noticed on all the inspired bikes the front brake is on right. is it for left handed people or for better routing?

Posted by Manny Ray on 30/05/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 30/05/2014

Hi Manny - thanks for your question. That is just how brakes are set up in England. We are an English shop so we set the brakes up the way the majority of our customers would have them. If you have your brakes the other way around like most of Europe, we can change them over before sending the bike out with no problems. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Geniy Kryvoshey

Hi, i've never been in trials and i'm really looking forward to get into it, so i think it's better to buy something for starters like me :) and i would like to know if it's better to start with onza zoot 24" 2013 or with this Inspired. I'd like to have some advice because there is a difference in price between them ... please help me .

Posted by Geniy Kryvoshey on 19/08/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 20/08/2014

Hi Geniy - thanks for your question. Both bikes are great entry points into trials, though they are aimed at slightly different types of riding so which to get depends on how you want to ride. Both are intended to be a compromise between regular trials and street trials, but the Flow is slightly more inclined toward the street side so has the slight edge for bunnyhops and spins where the Zoot is slightly more hopping friendly so is slightly easier to sidehop and gap etc. It is quite a close call and both will allow you to do anything you want, but one will give a slight advantage over the other in each aspect of riding. Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.


can this bike take some abuse like danny macaskill did?

Posted by NJL on 23/08/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 26/08/2014

Hi there - yes, this bike is designed to be able to withstand some knocks and high forces that are inevitable in trials riding. Thanks, Flipp.

kiran rule

hi, would this bike be suitable for someone who has been riding for over a year but not a lot of street trials only a bit cheers

Posted by kiran rule on 12/03/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 13/03/2015

Hi Kiran - thanks for your question. This would be just fine for you, though the Inspired bikes are aimed at the streetier side of trials. If you mostly ride natural terrain or competitions, you might be more comfortable on a bike designed with that in mind. That's not to say you can't ride competitions on a bike like this though - it's just the trend of what people seem to prefer. Thanks, Flipp.

Christian Møllerop

Hi, Can you regulate the height of the saddle on this bike?

Posted by Christian Møllerop on 30/07/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 31/07/2015

Hi Christian - thanks for your question. Yes, the bike is fitted with a 110mm seat post, so the saddle can be raised a little if desired. The saddle and post are integrated, so if you wanted to make the seat higher than this post can allow you would need to change the saddle and post for a longer one together. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Christian Møllerop

So would a 110mm seat post be enough, if you would like to sit on the saddle without touching the back wheel?

Posted by Christian Møllerop on 31/07/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 31/07/2015

Hi Christian - thanks for your question. The highest position would definitely be high enough to sit on without touching the back wheel, but would not be high enough to comfortably sit down and pedal. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Justin Turner

Hi Tarty Bikes! When would I notice the lack of chain tensioner? Thank you in advance.

Posted by Justin Turner on 01/01/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/01/2016

Hi Justin - The Flow uses some custom chain tugs to maintain chain tension so I don't think you'd notice any issues at all! Thanks, Mark

Artem Miadzelets

What is the maximum size of the brake rotor?

Posted by Artem Miadzelets on 22/05/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 23/05/2016

Hi Artem - The largest rotor size possible would be 203mm, although the warranty is void on Inspired's bikes if a rotor larger than 185mm is used. Thanks, Mark

Artem Miadzelets

How many psi pump wheel?

Posted by Artem Miadzelets on 28/05/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 31/05/2016

Hi Artem - Most riders run somewhere between 30-40psi, although it is possibly to run up to around 65psi if required. Thanks, Mark

Artem Miadzelets

Can i put here brakes Magura MT 7 or Shimano SLK?

Posted by Artem Miadzelets on 04/06/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 06/06/2016

Hi Artem - The Flow is built to take disc brakes, so any of the disc brakes (with suitable adaptor, depending on the brake/rotor size) we sell would fit on them. Thanks, Mark

Artem Miadzelets

Hello, is it possible to make this model g-turn?

Posted by Artem Miadzelets on 03/07/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 04/07/2016

Hi Artem - This bike is designed to be used for street trials so comes with geometry suited to that, and as a result G-Turns are possible on it (although they're a hard trick to do!). Thanks, Mark

Stefan Kraatz

is that frame the original frame of Inspired ? Means made of alloy ? And, are all frames of Inspired 24## trials made of alloy ?

Posted by Stefan Kraatz on 05/12/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/12/2016

Hi Stefan - This is the latest Flow frame from Inspired. All of their frames are made from alloy aside from the Console and Arcade frames which are cromoly. Thanks, Mark


Hello, I am 14 years old, I have 164cm(I'm still growing) and have 45 kg...... Which bike should I get; ECHO TRIAL MK5 or INSPIRED FLOW 24" 2017.... Which one can jump higher and farder? Tnx

Posted by Kiki on 13/05/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 15/05/2017

Hi Kiki - The Echo Trial and the Inspired Flow are two different styles of bike, so the best one for you would depend on what you're hoping to ride. The Echo is more suited to riding natural terrain or competitions, whereas the Inspired is more suited to street trials riding (similar to how Danny MacAskill, Ali Clarkson, Fabio Wibmer, etc. ride). Both are great bikes so you should be able to learn to ride well on either! I think in terms of size you might fit the Inspired a little better, but with a slightly shorter stem the Echo could work too. Thanks, Mark


Hello, I would like to carry this bike by aircraft during my travel. Could you tell me the package box size (length x height x width) when I order this bike to deliver to Netherlands? Because I have to check the baggage allowance rule of aircraft. Thank you! Best regards James

Posted by James on 05/04/2018

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/04/2018

Hi James - Our boxes are approximately 123mm x 22cm x 69cm. You can trim them down a little if you wish though. I have used one of these boxes on a plane before and had no problems, with several different airlines. It would be a good idea to check your airline though to make sure! Thanks, Mark


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24 Flow

Posted by Chris on 24/06/2014

Think the bike is a great job, very light weight and very very fun to ride, definitely recommend this bike to anyone starting out and even those more experienced!

Reply from TartyBikes on 24/06/2014

Hi Chris - thanks for your review. These are great starter bikes due to the budget, but are also great for better riders, due to simply being good bikes, as you have found! Thanks, Flipp.



Posted by Justin on 28/01/2016

Went ahead and purchased this bike early January and I think it's the second best decision I've made. The best being to buy from Tarty Bikes. I went ahead and fitted front and rear discs to the bike on day one, so I can't comment on what the standard brakes are like, but the rest of the bike is a dream to ride. The build quality is superb and everything feels so tight and planted underneath you. Really couldn't recommend this bike enough. Whichever bike you do decide to buy from here you can rest easy knowing what a team you have supplying it. Very quick response times, very informative, just uber efficient. Really, really top job and I'm super stoked with everything!

Reply from TartyBikes on 28/01/2016

Hi Justin - That's great to hear, we're all pleased you're happy with your new bike! Thanks for the detailed review. We hope you continue to have a great time riding it for a long time to come.


Awesome bike!

Posted by Andy on 13/04/2017

I received my bike yesterday and assembled it immediately. It is my first trials bike and I love it. It is so much fun! The bike is so smooth, steady, and very solid. If you are contemplating getting into trials this is a great bike at the price point! I also purchased the disc brake upgrade and they came already installed on the bike. I am very happy with my purchase from the awesome guys at Tarty Bikes. Thanks for the great bike and awesome, fast shipping.

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/04/2017

Hi Andy - Thanks for the detailed review. I'm glad you like your new bike! Thanks for your kind words.


Great Bike!

Posted by Seth on 17/04/2017

Picked up this bike a couple of weeks ago and the shipping was fast and easy. Amazing bike so far and my skills are quickly improving. The only problem i have was that when i got it the headset was creaky, fixed that but still some play in the headset. Other than the crappy headset im happy with the bike!

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/04/2017

Hi Seth - Thanks for the review, I'm glad you like your new bike! It sounds like something isn't quite right with the headset though - if you'd like to pop us an e-mail with some more info about it we can do our best to help.


Good package with a few flaws

Posted by Lukas on 17/09/2017

Bought this bike for me early this year when it was a bit more expensive and it still had alu forks. Recently I picked up the current Flow for my brother. Good things first. Most expensive but worth it, the frame. The quality is superb. It´s very stiff, plenty light and the finish looks good. It has proper welds and a balanced geometry. The alu fork as well as the newer steel one are both equal stiffness wise with only a slight weight penelty. They have a little give to them which is nice. Another part you can only say good things about are the wheels. After month of riding they are still true, no dends and spoke tention is good. No problem with the hubs either. The cockpit is solid except of the grips. They are probably as comfortable to your hands like a handlebar wraped in skateboard griptape. I would like to see a bar with a little bit more rise but that´s personal preference. There are some downsides too. You notice most of the money your spending goes into the frame and wheels because there are some parts that are not quite up for the job. E.g. the brakes. They´re extremly loud and braking is definitely not their strength. I could see over lacking modulation but the end bite isn´t there either. So updating them with the grips is a must. I´m a bit biased about the trialtech freehub. The one on the newer bike worked flawless from the beginning. Unfortunatly on my first Flow even after lots of hours bedding it in like mentioned on the website it still skips like once every ride which is not only annoying but can get dangerous. The squaretapered bb and cranks work for a lighter person but as I´m a big guy (~95kg), I managed to bend them quite easily. So they need replacement. In the end it´s a good package for the money but if you really want a fit and forget bike, spend a bit more on the Flow Plus. Either way you will progress your riding with the Flow. (This review was longer but sadly I reached the character max.)

Reply from TartyBikes on 21/09/2017

Thanks for your detailed review, Lukas!


I love it

Posted by Guillem on 17/12/2017

I've only used it for 4 hours and I'm in love with this bike!

Reply from TartyBikes on 18/12/2017

Hi Guillem - It's great to hear your new bike. We hope you continue to enjoy it long into the future! Thanks for the review.

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