Sneak Peek Into The 2018 Trinx M610 (29″) Limited Edition Mountain Bike

Trinx bicycles during the summer months of April and May were hard to come by. The demand for the popular Trinx brand was very high yet the supply was so low. This was due to the decision of the company to consolidate the different models and come up with new variants per model. So it took a bit of time for the new models to be released to the market.

But now, the new 2018 models of Trinx bicycles are slowly arriving. One of the first models to arrive is the Limited Edition Trinx M610 mountain bike coming from the Majestic series. Check out the video below to see its features.

You will not find the Trinx M610 in Trinx’s website. This is because this model is exclusive to the Philippine market only. Similar to the earlier models like M618, M608, and XC3 to name a few which were manufactured exclusively for the demand of the Philippine market.

Let’s take a quick look into its specifications.

FRAME

  • Alloy Special-Shaped Tubes
  • Internal Cabling
  • Small Size (29 x 16″)

The all new 2018 Trinx M610 Mountain Bike

FORK

  • Steel (preload) with lock-out
  • Suspension Travel: 100mm

Fork with lock-out

SHIFTERS

  • LTWOO A3 8 speed

LTWOO 8 speed shifters

BRAKES

  • X-Spark Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Hydraulic Disc Brakes

Front Derailleur

  • LTWOO A3

LTWOO FD

Rear Derailleur

  • LTWOO A3

LTWOO RD

Chain-wheel/ Crank Set

  • Prowheel 24/34/42T
  • Crank Arm 170mm

Cassette

  • 8 Speed 13-32T

Wheel Set

  • Alloy Double Wall Rims
  • Kenda 29 x 2.10 Tires

 

The 26″ and 27.5 Elite variants are also available. They sport the same components and parts. The only difference is the wheel size.

Prices of the M610 vary depending on the location of the store. The M610 (26″) starts at Php 7,990, the M610 Elite (27.5″) at Php 8,500 and the M610 Quest (29″) at Php 8,950.

As of the moment, this model is available only at LJ Bikes in Bulacan and at Skylark’s Bike Shop in Rizal. Check out their respective websites and Facebook pages for more details.

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  1. Ian Albert May 22, 2018
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