Gary Fisher Tyro Kids

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $260.00


Product Description

  • Great Fit adjustable stem + saddle + pedals + grips
  • Sram 3.0 front and rear derailleurs + 21 speed Grip Shift
  • Great Fit adjustable length crank + triple chainrings
  • Sealed cartridge BB
  • Great Fit levers
  • Linear pull front and rear brakes + Great Fit levers


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Loren Yager a Weekend Warrior from Bethesda

Date Reviewed: June 10, 2005

Strengths:    Good design for kids, low stepover to allow smaller kids to ride a 24 inch bike. Adjustments should allow bike to be used for more years.

Weaknesses:    Front fork has limited travel, and little give for smaller kids. No way to adjust, and has been squeaking after some moderate riding. Bike also had a plastic cover on front sprocket, which broke off after one day going over logs.

Bottom Line:   
Excellent bike for kids to use as a upgrade from 20" models. Has greater gear range, better quality components, etc. While may be impractical $wise, but seems that adjustable fork is even more important for kids as style of riding and weight differences are so substantial.

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Favorite Trail:   Shaefer Farm, MD

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $240.00

Purchased At:   Revolution

Similar Products Used:   Jamis


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Just got 2004 24" Gary Fisher Tyro and have some questions

It needs a front crank arm/gear set first of all. Any aftermarket upgrades available? Also... I wouldn't mind cutting the weight down some. I see it obviously has a triple clamp looking threaded headset. Geez it looks like overkill. Great for adjustability as the kid grows I guess though. Can this ... Read More »

2004 Gary Fisher Tyro... Upgradable?

I tried looking it up on Bikepedia but can't find anything. I've heard that it's heavy... so was thinking about swapping out for some leftover grouwn-up bike parts. But I've also read that the handlebar and seatpost diameters might not be the same as the grown-up bikes. Any experience? I'll have i ... Read More »

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