We were all kids once, and many of us still are. What were the two things we wanted most? Respect. And candy. It was all that mattered. Well, at Kona we love our kids. So much so that we give them what they want. Respect comes in the form of well-thought-out bikes designed and built to ride far and fast. Candy…well, one look at any of these beauties and your kid's going to want a bag full.

jake 24


As the long-time sponsor of Rad Racing, one of the most successful youth development teams in the US, we feel the desire every once in a while to offer a wicked little CX bike for kids. Race-ready, with some of the features of our adult CX bikes, the Jake 2-4 comes with an aluminum frame and fork, STI shifters for small hands, and the same graphic look as our adult race bikes. It's a kids cyclocross, gravel-trail, road-training bike that's lightweight without being expensive.


Frame Material Kona Race Light 7005 Aluminum Butted
Sizes 35cm (14")
Rear Shock N/A
Fork Kona CX
Crankarms FSA Tempo Compact
Chainrings 48/34
B/B FSA 7420ST
Pedals N/A
Chain Shimano HG53
Freewheel Shimano HG50 12-27 9 spd
F/D Shimano Sora
R/D Shimano Tiagra SS
Shifters Shimano Sora
Brake Calipers Tektro RX1 Mini-V
Front Brake Rotor NA
Rear Brake Rotor NA
Brake Levers Shimano Sora
Headset TH ZST No. 10
Handlebar Kona Aluminum Road
Stem Kona XC/BC
Seatpost Kona Thumb
Seat Clamp Kona Clamp
Grips Velo Cork Tape
Saddle Velo Race Jr
Front Hub Formula QR
Rear Hub Shimano FH-2200
Spokes Sandvik Stainless 15g
Rims Alex Ace 20
Front Tire Kenda Small Block 8 24x1.125
Rear Tire Kenda Small Block 8 24x1.125
Paint Color Blue/Black
Extras N/A
mm 35cm 459 75° 70.5° 380 532 907 357 45 264 640 95 68 N/A 455 335
GEOMETRY LEGEND: RC = Chainstay Length BBH = Bottom Bracket Height
FC = Front To Center SO = Standover
TTH = Top Tube Length WB = Wheelbase HT = Head Tube Length
STA = Seat Tube Angle FL = Fork Length BBS = Bottom Bracket Size
HTA = Head Tube Angle OF = Fork Offset FD = Front Derailleur Clamp Size
Note: All Specifications Are Subject To Change Without Notice


Kona 7005 Aluminum

Kona 7005 Aluminum is used extensively throughout our fleet of mountain, asphalt and road bicycles. A tough, durable, affordable, light alloy, Kona 7005 delivers fantastic, reliable performance that lasts for thousands of rides. It is, by far, the ultimate aluminum tubing on the market today. Much of our 7005 tubing is butted and/or formed, meaning the tubing's wall thickness can be increased or decreased, as well as shaped, allowing us to fine-tune a particular frame's ride characteristics depending on its intended application.

Sloping Toptube

Kona recognized the advantages of sloping toptube frame design right from the beginning. Designed by inaugural MTB-Hall-of-Fame legend Joe Murray back in 1988, the very first Konas were some of the first mountain bikes to feature sloping toptubes (STT). As a company we've stayed true to this philosophy, going so far as to pioneer the design in road bikes long before its benefits were understood by most of the industry. Because of the many positives STT design brings to overall bike performance and comfort, you'll find it today throughout our entire line of road, commuter and mountain bikes.

Here's why: Firstly, STT design allows the toptube to be lower, providing more room for correct positioning and free body movement and enabling more standover clearance, which is particularly useful on dual-suspension bikes that have higher bottom brackets. Riders have a more secure riding position, a real benefit when riding downhill sections.

Secondly, a big benefit of STT is a longer and more compliant toptube. As the top and downtube become more parallel, there's less triangulation, resulting in more compliancy. Not only is the frame stronger and more responsive, but it absorbs more shock than frames with horizontal toptubes.

Compact Rear Triangle

Short chainstays and seatstays provide a perfect balance of stability and power transfer when out of the saddle and pedaling hard. Shorter seatstays also have less deflection during braking and accelerate faster than longer stays. The shorter rear triangle also helps the bike to negotiate tight-twisting sections of trail. Our new Entourage short-travel downhill bike is a good example of an incredibly compact rear triangle. Our goal was to create a bike that was easy to jump and trick, and could also corner aggressively. With seatstays measuring just 415mm, we've created one of the most nimble short travel DH bikes in the industry.

Internal Headset

By having the headset bearing located inside the headtube (called zero stack), rather than the top and bottom, we are able to achieve a number of advantages when it comes to front-end stiffness, durability and overall riding performance. The major benefit of an internal headset is the extra layer of protection it provides the bearings against the elements. Additionally, the bearings are commonly available angular contact bearings, which are easily and inexpensively replaced. An internal headset also reduces stack height, so the height of the stem and bars are more adjustable, giving the rider the best fit possible.

Kona Sizing and Fit

Sizing and fit have always been one of the main strengths of the Kona Ride. With more stock sizes available than any other bike company, our size scale is designed to be continuous from platform to platform and is easy to understand from the perspective of the consumer because our simplified system allows easy fine-tuning that creates a perfect marriage of bike and rider.

On our Trail/All-Mountain and XC Race bikes, we feature longer toptubes coupled with shorter stems and slightly shorter headset stack heights. The steps between sizes are at half-inch to one-inch increments, with up to seven sizes that can range from 14 to 22 inches on many models. In the asphalt range, size gaps are at even 15 to 20mm steps. There are still up to six sizes, from 46cm to 61cm on most models.

When it's called for, seat posts are either offset or straight to maximize the reach and power output of the rider. More importantly, our comprehensive bike sizing allows Kona dealers and riders to determine their fit more easily from model to model and category to category.

Lifetime Warranty

Kona warrants to the original owner that their new Kona bicycle frame purchased from an authorized Kona dealer shall be free of defective materials or workmanship for the lifetime of ownership by the original owner. This warranty is limited to five years for carbon fiber frames and three years for electric pedal-assist frames.

During this warranty period, Kona shall repair or replace, at its sole option, the bicycle frame if Kona determines the frame is defective and subject to this limited warranty. The original owner shall pay all labor and shipping charges connected with the repair or replacement of the bicycle frame. Please see the Kona owner's manual, provided with your bicycle, for additional information.

  • Shimano 9-speed drivetrain
  • 24-inch wheels
  • FSA Tempo crankset
  • Tektro Mini-V brakes
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