Mountain bike Trinx H1500 Pro Carbon 29"
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The Mountain Bike Trinx Honor H1500 pro is a carbon MTB with 29 -an inch wheel size.
It is equipped with 1×12-speed Sram components.
It also has an air suspension fork with remote lock-out, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and carbon handlebars. The same Colors may or may not be available. The bike is completely designed in Italy
Specifications of Special Mountain bike Trinx H1500 Pro Carbon 29":
Model: H1500 PRO
Frame: TRINX T700 Carbon 29”*15.5″/17.5“
Fork: Magnesium Air Remote Lock-Out Suspension, Travel:100mm
Shifter: SRAM SL SX EAGLE TRIGGER
RD: SRAM RD, SX EAGLE
Cassette: SRAM CS PG1210 EAGLE 10-50T
Chain: SRAM CN SX EAGLE 12S
Brake: SHIMANO BR-M200, Hydraulic Disc
Rim: TRINX Alloy Double Wall
Tyre: KENDA K1153 29″*2.10″
Chainwheel: SRAM FC SX, EAGLE 170L 34T
Hub: NOVATEC Alloy Sealed Bearing
Saddle: SR Sport
Seatpost: TRINX Alloy
Stem: TRINX Alloy -17°
Handlebar: TRINX Alloy
We got two of these for our daughters, the same size for age 6 and 9. It works very well for both girls. Gears were very easy for them to learn. Changing gears up takes some hand strength and is a bit hard, but they are learning. They did not come with water bottle holders- we actually got confused and thought the Derailler Guard was the bottle holder!! Regardless of these details, the bikes are fantastic- even our six year old who only just learned to ride bikes caught on within an hour of practice and loves it. Lightweight and easy for them to handle. All the parts are in excellent condition and the bikes are easy to assemble and very well packaged. Great choice for kids!
The worst directions I have ever seen in my entire life.
BEWARE... the directions are in no order and not specific to the bike. Each item explains that this may not apply to the bike YOU ordered but in case it does... and lists some odd direction.
The list of parts are labeled by number on one page yet by letter when the directions begin.
There are also directions that explain to do something with one part before that part was even constructed!
Yikes! At this point I’m worried the bike will fall apart because letter A wasn’t put with number x and letter 12!
So this is a Fantastic Bike! There are lots of pieces, so we paid a bike shop to put it together. (Worth the $50 extra dollars) the gears work smoothly and the breaks work perfect. If you are not skilled at bike assembly, then I would recommend you find someone who is.
The bike came with all the tools needed to assemble, and the included instructional video made assembly a breeze. I bought the 20" bike for my child and it looks very nice and rides well. The 6-speed shifter is a little tight on the ends for the little hand but operates well between gears 2-5.
While the paint is of good color, it seems to be very thin. I peeled off the white barcode sticker and it took off a big piece of paint with it. Now I need to find some touch-up paint to seal off the steel from the environment before it rusts...