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 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 size for MTB’s.
The latest Trinx M500 models comes with different color variants such as: Matt Black/Blue Yellow, Red/Black Grey, Matt Black/Grey Red, Matt Grey/Green Orange, Orange/Black Blue, White/Black Blue.
This mountain bike has a suspension fork, which is just an ordinary steel suspension fork. It is not the best suspension fork out there but this fork is definitely better compared to the other lower-end/cheaper Trinx mountain bikes. It comes with a lock-out as well.
The Trinx M500 has a 3×8 drive train, that is built around Shimano components. The cassette is a 11-32T cogs. It also comes with a mechanical disc brakes. The cranks has 3 chainrings of which is a Prowheel branded crank with 22/32/42T chainrings and 170mm alloy crank arm.
It comes with a 26 inches wheel size. The stock tires are CST brand, with 1.95″ wide. It also have a double-wall alloy rims for keeping the rims light and more sturdier. The hubs are sealed bearing thread-type hubs, that is bolt-type, with quick release skewers on the front and rear.
It has a flat handlebar as stock, with added bar-end grips for more comfortable hand positions while riding.
Trinx M500 PriceShow Price
Trinx M500 mountain bike currently retails at a price range of P6500-7500. This was based from the current SRP of popular bike shops in the country.
Trinx M500 Photo Gallery
Here are some photos of Trinx M500, showcasing its different color variants, parts, and close-up shots.