Product DescriptionThe Carver Bikes "Mini" is designed with the smaller rider in mind. It features a 3 pound 2 ounce triple-butted aluminum frame that accepts either 24" or 26" wheels, as well as an Eccentric Bottom Bracket to allow the use of single-speed or internally geared hubs. Super low 24" standover height and a very short 20.6" top tube makes the "Mini" perfect for riders from 4'1" to 5'2".
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