The Zoot was developed for the rider who likes BMX but wants to try some trials. Carefully researched over a couple of years, this model represents many hours of hard work and testing.
The 24” market is a rapidly growing segment which many feel is a great combination of both Trials and BMX. Less unwieldy than a 26” Stock bike and more street friendly than a 20” Mod bike. Some exponents of the style of 24” street riding are making great headway with their internet videos and interest in the genre is growing fast.
The Zoot is a great, flicky bike with true trials geometry but the style of an oversized BMX. Great attention to detail, many unique features and well researched geometry has made it the fastest growing model in the range.The 7005 T6 alloy frame has horizontal drop outs, disc mounts and a built in pivotal post. The special 24” front fork has disc mounts and correctly positioned HS33 brake mounts for 24” wheels.
The 2013 frame has a larger diameter seat tube to reduce flex and stress in that area.
The first Onza trials bikes hit the streets in 1999 and the reputation for quality has grown steadily ever since. Onza has almost single handedly changed the image of Bicycle Trials from a niche and quirky out of town competition sport into a hard edged urban street pastime to rival BMX. By making Trials bikes affordable they have brought them into a totally new market and increased sales dramatically.
Onza bikes and parts are now available worldwide and they have distributors all over the globe. Development and product design still emanates largely from Onza’s headquarters in Nottingham where the Super Cycles group is still based. With their sister brand Tensile and the Onza Pro Series they are making inroads into the top competition side of the market. More often then not you will find the top British rider in the UCI world events riding an Onza, Proving that Onza has now become THE leading British bike trial brand.