Trinx M500 pro alloy mountain bike 29"
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The Trinx Majestic M500 alloy mountain bike wheels are a 29er aluminium MTB.
It is equipped with 8-speed Shimano parts.
It has a suspension fork with lock-out and mechanical disc brakes. The Trinx M500 has been one of the popular picks for budget mountain bikes. It has the right balance of price-to-specs ratio. The price isn’t too steep while still having decent components on the build.
It is an alloy mountain bike MTB, which makes it more lightweight when compared to the other steel-frame mountain bike variants. There are sizes to choose from, size 15 and size 17, which translates to small and medium frame sizes for MTB.
The latest Trinx M500 models come with different colour variants.
- FRAME： TRINX 29"*15"/17"/19" Alloy Special-Shaped Tubes Hidden Cables
- FORK： Hydraulic Lock-Out Suspension, Travel: 100MM
- SHIFTER： SHIMANO ST-EF500
- FD： FD-V5008
- RD： SHIMANO RD-TY300
- CASSETTE： 8S 13-32T
- CHAIN： KMC 8S
- BRAKE： TRINX Alloy Mechanical Disc
- RIM： TRINX Alloy Double Wall
- TYRE： KENDA 29"*2.1"
- CHAINWHEEL： PROWHEEL 24/34/42T*175L
- HUB： Alloy Double Sealed Bearing
- SADDLE： TRINX Sport
- SEATPOST： TRINX Alloy
- STEM： TRINX Alloy
- HANDLEBAR： TRINX Rise
The Product is too good, have been using this for a while now. and I'm totally in love with it.
This was an excellent purchase. The more difficult parts of the bike were already put together, leaving the final parts pretty simple to complete. So far it has been very sturdy and there haven't been any major issues. The only minor problem I'm having is the seat twists side-to-side, but it could be a result of something that I haven't tightened. One bonus feature that you can't see in the picture is there are little glitter sparkles in the paint that shine when in the sunlight. My little girl saw that and was ecstatic.
Had to take the bike to a bike shop for assembly. What a joke! It was in a million pieces. No normal person could possibly put this bike together without a professional. The bike shop had no problem assembling the bike. I also felt better knowing it was assembled correctly for safety reasons. Not real high-end but good enough for me. I give it a four overall because of the look and feel. Assembly is definitely one star.
Dick's Sporting Goods has a bike repair shop. Cost only $40 for professional assembly. Worth it for safety reasons!
Was happy with this bike. I bought it for my 8 year old. He has to stand on his tiptoes to straddle it but will grow into it quickly.
Assembly went well. I didn't have to adjust brakes or gears to get it working.
The one thing that stands out to me is that it is hard for him to shift into first gear because you have to wrench on the shifter fairly hard to pull the spring to 1st. My daughters have similar bikes and they have the same problem so it seems to be the design.
I would recommend this bike.