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Inspired Skye Pro

Product code: 12276


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Inspired Skye Pro

New colour due early January. Set up a stock reminder to be emailed as soon as it is available.

3 upgrades available

Hope Brake Upgrade - Can Be Added At Checkout

Magura MT7 Brake Upgrade - Can Be Added At Checkout

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

- Now featuring the Skye V3 frame kit, featuring updated geometry and the latest generation tapered head tube and fork!
- Designed to be a similar bike to the Skye Team for those on a lower budget.
- New top cap design screws into the threaded steerer tube and allows the hose to be routed through the steerer if required. We can send the bikes with the hose through the steerer if you like, please also purchase the relevant brake option of this Workshop Item. If you do not add this item, the bike will be sent with the hose not routed through the steerer.

Frame and Forks
- Frame: Inspired Skye, 12mm bolt through axle, Satin Pewter Blue
- Forks: Inspired Skye, 20mm bolt through axle, Satin Pewter Blue

- Front hub: Trialtech Disc, 20mm bolt through axle, 32h, Black
- Rear hub: Trialtech Disc,12mm bolt through axle, 32h, Black (Custom made)
- Chain tensioner: Trialtech Sport, Black
- Front rim: Inspired Pro, 24", Black
- Rear rim: Inspired Pro, 24", Black
- Spokes: Stainless PG
- Inner tube (front): Maxxis
- Inner tube (rear): Maxxis
- Front tyre: Maxxis Holy Roller 24 x 2.4"
- Rear tyre: Maxxis Holy Roller 24 x 2.4"

- Front brake: Avid DB5 180mm Disc, Black
- Rear brake: Avid DB5 180mm Disc, Black
- Now also available with Hope Tech 3 Trial Zone or Magura MT7 brakes as an additional upgrade if you wish. This option is available to add once the bike is in your basket.

- Cranks: Truvativ Holzfeller, 175mm, Black
- Front sprocket: Truvativ 22T
- Chain: KMC Z610
- Freewheel: Trialtech Sport 16T, 72 engagement
- Pedals: Trialtech Race Platform, Black
- Bottom bracket: Truvativ Howitzer
- Bashring: Truvativ Trials

- Saddle: Inspired Pivotal V2, Black
- Seatpost: Inspired Pivotal
- Seat clamp: Inspired

- Headset: FSA Sealed Tapered
- Stem: Trialtech Sport, Forged, 90mm x 35˚, Black
- Grips: Trialtech Race Rubber, Black
- Handlebars: Truvativ Hussefelt Riser, Black

- Wheelbase: 977mm
- Chainstay: 362mm
- BB Rise: +17mm
- Head angle: 73.5˚
- Reach: 660mm

- 11.48kg (including pedals)

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.


Avi narkis

Hi iam interested in bike inspirid sky orange . What will it cost to send to israel? Price includes shipping.

Posted by Avi narkis on 09/12/2013

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/12/2013

Hi Avi - thanks for your question. You can calculate precise shipping costs by adding the items you want to your shopping basket and going to the checkout. You can enter your address to find the postage options available to you and how much they cost without committing to the order. Thanks, Flipp.


Is this bike made in China?

Posted by lee on 27/05/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 27/05/2014

Hi Lee - thanks for your question. No, this bike is manufactured in Taiwan. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi Do you ship this bike to Bosnia and Herzegovina ?

Posted by Baki on 10/06/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/06/2014

Hi Baki - yes, we can ship this bike there no problem! Thanks, Flipp.


Hi, I really want either the sky pro or the sky team pro and was wondering if there is that much of a difference between the two bikes? Do they handle about the same or should I just spend the extra $1000 and get the team model. I ask because I am selling m 1999 Giant tcr team onfe road bike, trek fuel ex8 full suspension mountain bike, and my Spooky Junebug hardtail to get a street trials and just want to get a nice bike. Thank you and best regards

Posted by Alex on 10/08/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 11/08/2014

Hi Alex - thanks for your question. In terms of handling, the Skye Team has a shorter front and back end so it is a bit more responsive and "flicky". The extra cost is in the features - the Skye Team features a full compliment of Hope hubs and brakes, improved rear bolt-through axle system and tapered steerer tubed forks, as well as a generally higher specification such as the Continental tyres rather than Holy Rollers. There are many other differences between the two bikes that can be seen by comparing their product descriptions. Which to go for depends on what you want from your bike and your budget. Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.

juan david

el enviado tiene costo adicional?, si es así cuanto cuesta si me la envían aquí en Colombia?

Posted by juan david on 29/11/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 01/12/2014

Hi Juan - 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.


HI I am 5 foot 10 is this bike going to be to big for me, and I wanted to know what I final cost would be to get it shiped to united States

Posted by nick on 19/12/2014

Reply from TartyBikes on 22/12/2014

Hi Nick - thanks for your question. 5'10" will be perfect for this bike. 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 was wondering what assembly needs to be done to get the Skye Pro ready to ride. Thanks!

Posted by Josh on 28/03/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 30/03/2015

Hi Josh - thanks for your question. When the bike gets to you, all you will need to do is attach the handlebar/stem unit to the forks, screw the pedals in nice and tight, and bolt the wheels on. Everything is set up and ready to ride - we just take those bits off so that it fits in the box! Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi again... Its me who already talked to you twice. :) You send me to the Inspired Flow 24" and have now been Thinking of this, can you tell, whats the diffrent between the 2 bikes... And why pay the 550£ more or whatever the price diffrence is. Why chokolade this instead? Thanks alot apreciate your time! Regards Jeppe

Posted by Jeppe on 30/03/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 31/03/2015

Hi Jeppe - thanks for your question. The differences soon become apparent as you compare the product specifications. The Flow has Kenda K-Rad tyres, rear vee and front mechanical disc brakes, Trialtech cranks and basic plastic saddle. The Skye Pro features Maxxis Holy Rollers, Avid hydraulic disc brakes front and rear, Truvative cranks and kevlar padded saddle. The Skye frame was totally redesigned from the ground up to suit Danny MacAskill's riding, so it features quite a different geometry, revised seat-tube/seat-stay joint area, a different derailleur mounting system and both hubs also use axle-through systems (12mm rear and 20mm front). Almost every part on the Skye Pro is an upgraded version of the Flow, though it is also aimed at a slightly different style of riding - being more committed to the streety side of riding than being a street/trials hybrid. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Marius kjenndalen

Hi i am 177 cm and my weight is 65 kg will this bike fit for mi

Posted by Marius kjenndalen on 31/03/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 01/04/2015

Hi Marius - yes, this will be a good fit for you. Thanks, Flipp.


Hi, thanks for the previous answer. I've another question, I'm starting with the whole street trials thing but already have and good hardtail mtb. As I'm from Argentina it's really difficult to get good trials bike so I'll like to buy something that will last me as much as possible... from my total ignorance on the topic just comparing this (skye pro) with the fourplay pro this seems like a better "investment" with the current discount (with a possible brake update in the future). From your expert point of view, should I go for this (Skye pro) or a fourplay pro (with or without hope brakes). My max budget is ~ 1500 pounds all advice is welcome. Thanks.

Posted by Esteban on 07/06/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/06/2015

Hi Esteban - thanks for your question. That comparison is a little difficult because they are quite different bikes to ride, so it depends on what you want to do! The Skye Pro is a great option if you are more interested in only riding in a "streety" style like Danny MacAskill, where the Fourplay Pro is more tailored towards being a hybrid that is good for a bit of everything, from streety riding, to skateparks, to trials competitions. If you want to ride some more "traditional" trials as well as street trials, the Fourplay might be the better option for you, but if you know you definitely only want to ride street trials then the Skye Pro will be very well suited to you. Hope that helps! Thanks, Flipp.


Iv never had trialtech hubs before, I am a big fan of the loud hope hub clicking, are these trialtech ones loud?? Cheers!

Posted by Alex on 19/02/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 22/02/2016

Hi Alex - The newer freewheels from Trialtech have upgraded springs so they're very loud, and also have a nice, 'positive' feel to them. As the freewheels are open bearing rather than having the internals hidden behind various seals in the Hope hub they're also a little bit louder too. Thanks, Mark


Can I get this bike in an other color?

Posted by Alex on 12/03/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 14/03/2016

Hi - It is only available in the colour shown. Regards.


How can i get a skye team v2 blue,i live in jordan in Middle East,I wish you can answer at my question very fast. If quoted bike easier to America? Because I had the relatives in the United States, please answer and thank you,mahdi

Posted by Mahdi on 29/09/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 30/09/2016

Hi Mahdi - We ship worldwide, so shipping the bike to Jordan would be no problem. If you'd like to check shipping options and prices, simply add the bike to your basket and head to the checkout. You can view shipping prices with no obligation to buy. Shipping to the US is fine too - simply change the delivery country at checkout and shipping options will again be displayed with no obligation to buy. Thanks, Mark


Hello. Can I buy the trial tech hubs this bike has separately? As the Skye has a bolt through axle and hope hubs are a lot of money. Thanks.

Posted by John on 12/04/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/04/2017

Hi John - Unfortunately, these hubs aren't available aftermarket. Sorry!


Hello, I'm interested in either Hope brake upgrade or Magura MT7 brakes. Could you please tell me which ones are better? Is it true, that Hope ones are more suitable for trial-style riding and are more durable? Also is it true MT7 are bit more powerful? There is lack of comparison available online so I will be thankful for as much details and opinions/comparison as possible such as: durability, riding style, strength, modulation, work in bad conditions, overheating, etc. Thanks in advance!

Posted by Emily on 10/08/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/08/2017

Hi Emily - You're correct in your comparison of the Hope and Magura brakes. Essentially: Hope brakes are more reliable and have a wider range of spares available (every part of the brake is available to buy), whereas the Magura brakes are slightly more powerful but don't have many spares available. They're fairly robust but can be a little more temperamental than the Hope brakes. Both brakes are more than up to the job though, and should you find that they weren't quite up to scratch, upgrade pads from Trialtech are available for both types of brake (and are also fairly inexpensive) which dramatically increase their performance. The Hope brakes would be a little more susceptible to over-heating, but for street trials use this isn't often a problem as your brakes won't tend to get as hot. Thanks, Mark

Xavier Venville

When is this product back in stock?

Posted by Xavier Venville on 10/08/2017

Reply from TartyBikes on 10/08/2017

Hi Xavier - This bike, as far as we're aware, has been discontinued until further notice. Sorry! The Skye Team will be back in stock later this year. Thanks, Mark


Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me what the differences are between this bike and the Inspired Fourplay team 2013 (My current bike) ,performance wise (Not parts). Thanks: Euan

Posted by Euan on 07/01/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 08/01/2015

Hi Euan - thanks for your question. The Skye Pro is more a specialised street trials bike, where the Fourplay is a little more of a compromise between street trials and "regular" trials. The Skye Pro is slightly more dedicated to spins and manuals, where the Fourplay is slightly more inclined for doing a bit of everything. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Gunhee Lee

Hi I live in korea, I want to buy inspired skye pro. So.. can i buy this bike? Is it possible to deal with the South Korea money? How long does it take a few days, and delivery? if i can buy, please tell me how. i want to buy bike too...

Posted by Gunhee Lee on 03/01/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 05/01/2015

Hi Lee - thanks for your question. Yes, we can send bikes to South Korea with no problems. Simply place your order in the same way you would place any other online order. Delivery would take between 4 and 9 business days depending on the service you select, and there will be a 1 to 3 day wait before it is sent whilst we set the bike up to check everything is as it should be. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Marius Kjenndalen

Hi i am 176 cm and i dont no bike i should have? Is it 20" or 24"

Posted by Marius Kjenndalen on 12/03/2015

Reply from TartyBikes on 12/03/2015

Hi Marius - thanks for your question. You would suit both bikes just fine - so which to choose would depend more on the style of riding you want to do. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.

Lars Larsen

New to trials riding and just haven't had to work on bike's much lately, I live out in the country and all tool's and/or parts will have to be shipped in, I will be getting either the Skye pro or the Skye V3 team and would like to no what tube's the bike's run on, What spoke key would be best and is there anything else that you can recommend keeping in mind most things I cant go to the store and get I have to order online. Thank you

Posted by Lars Larsen on 27/02/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 29/02/2016

Hi Lars - Luckily, the Skyes are super reliable and require virtually no maintenance so a lack of tools or available supplies shouldn't be much of an issue for you. The main 'specialist' tools required would be things like a crank extractor and bottom bracket tool, but you shouldn't need those any time soon with the Skye simply because the cranksets fitted to those bikes are so reliable and durable. In terms of spoke keys, I'd recommend going for either the IceToolz or Trialtech 3-Way Spoke Key as that way, if you have any other bikes in future (or change the nipples on your Skye) you'll have any other sizes you might need to hand instantly. For inner tubes, any of the 24" tubes we stock on our website would work fine. I use the Jitsie 24" Light tubes and they seem to work really well for me, but if you'd like some more puncture resistance you could try using some of the 24" Downhill tubes we have in stock. These are super thick so getting punctures is very unlikely, but the downside is that they are very heavy so add a lot of rotational mass. The regular, thinner tubes used with around 35psi or so should generally work quite well for most people. Aside from these items, a good quality set of allen keys is always useful as it'll ensure that you keep teh bolt heads on your bike in good condition should you need to adjust anything on the bike. Thanks, Mark

Lars Larsen

Does the Skye pro come with the hose routed through the steerer or does it need an upgrade?

Posted by Lars Larsen on 27/02/2016

Reply from TartyBikes on 29/02/2016

Hi Lars - The hose is routed conventionally as standard. If you'd like it routed through the steerer tube, you'd need to head to the Workshop section and add the "Inspired Bike Steerer Tube Hose Routing" to your basket. Thanks, Mark


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Posted by Dean on 27/06/2015

My Skye came within designated delivery time no damage atall I'm very satisfied Everything true and tight, greased apropriately and overall a tight bike amazing construction thank you tartybikes. I had a wee break in ride today and I can tell I am going to love every other second I spend on it.



Posted by Lars on 05/03/2016

This bike is insane, after I got the bike together the only time I got off the bike was to check if everything was still tight (bike has to settle) other then that I rode till my hands and legs were screaming at me to stop. Lean back just a little and I'm rolling on one wheel then curl my feet and push forward and I'm on the front wheel with no real effort GREAT BIKE. As far as ordering from outside the USA no reason to worry at all the only problem I had was I had to call my bank to ok the sale which was no problem for me, they were just protecting my money , it only took 10 min but it was worth it Tartybike's has been GREAT they answered all question's quickly even the dumb one's. I really can't say enough about the bike or Tartybike's other then to say get INSPIRED and get it from TARTYBIKE's

Reply from TartyBikes on 07/03/2016

Hi Lars - It's great to hear you're having fun on your new bike, and that the ordering process was nice and easy for you. The Skyes are a lot of fun to ride, so hopefully you get some good weather and can make the most of it! Thanks for the detailed review.

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