Infused with race-ready geometry and spec, with a lightweight aluminum frame and fork, STI shifters for small hands and smaller 24-inch wheels for kids anywhere from 7 to 12 years old, depending on their size, the Jake 24 is made specifically for the budding cross racer or road cyclist. Its stability and versatility on everything from smooth dirt and gravel paths to long stretches of asphalt shows our commitment to up-and-coming young cyclists.
Frame Material Kona 6061 Aluminum Butted
Sizes 35cm
Rear Shock n/a
Fork Kona Project Two Aluminum
Crankarms FSA Tempo Compact 160mm
Chainrings 34/48t
B/B FSA 7420 ST
Pedals n/a
Chain KMC HG53
Freewheel Shimano Tiagra 12-27t 9 spd
Chainguide n/a
F/D Shimano
R/D Shimano Tiagra
Shifters Shimano Sora
Brake Calipers Tektro Mini-V
Front Brake Rotor n/a
Rear Brake Rotor n/a
Brake Levers Shimano Sora
Headset TH ZST No.10
Handlebar Kona Road Bar
Stem Kona Road
Seatpost Kona Thumb
Seat Clamp Kona Clamp
Grips Kona Cork Tape
Saddle Kona CX
Front Hub Formula
Rear Hub Shimano
Spokes Stainless 15g
Rims Alex Ace 20
Front Tire Maxxis Locust 24x1.25"
Rear Tire Maxxis Locust 24x1.25"
Paint Color Matt Black w/Orange & White
Extras n/a
sizing chart mm   |   inches
1 Reach 335
2 Stack 455
3 HT Angle 70.5
4 HT Length 95
5 ST Angle 75
6 ST Length 350
7 CS Length 380
8 BB Drop 40
9 Wheelbase 907
10 Front Center 531
11 Fork Length 357
12 Fork Offset 45
13 TT Length 457
14 Standover 639
1 Reach 13.19
2 Stack 17.91
3 HT Angle 70.5
4 HT Length 3.74
5 ST Angle 75
6 ST Length 13.78
7 CS Length 14.96
8 BB Drop 1.57
9 Wheelbase 35.71
10 Front Center 20.91
11 Fork Length 14.06
12 Fork Offset 1.77
13 TT Length 17.99
14 Standover 25.16


Kona 7005 and 6061 Aluminum alloys are used extensively throughout our fleet of mountain and asphalt bicycles. A tough, durable, affordable, light alloy, both Kona 7005 and 6061 deliver fantastic, reliable performance that lasts for thousands of rides. Much of our 7005/6061 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 strength and ride characteristics depending on its intended application.


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. A more compact rear triangle also helps the bike to negotiate tight-twisting sections of trail. The Honzo, Operator and Process 111 are good examples of 2014 bikes with incredibly compact rear triangles: quick, aggressive in corners, fun to jump and laterally stiff.


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 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. 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.