Trinx P1000 Full Suspension MTB Bike Check [Trinx @ Taipei Cycle Show 2019]

Trinx P1000 Full Suspension MTB Bike Check [Trinx @ Taipei Cycle Show 2019]


[music] what’s up mga kapadyak! we are here at the Trinx and Format bikes booth here in Taipei Cycle Show there are just a few bikes on display but I saw a very interesting bike from Trinx I have always wanted to do a bike check on this bike, so that’s what we are going to do now this is the Trinx P1000 full suspension mountain bike this model is not available in our market in the Philippines, we can only see this on the Trinx website this Trinx P1000 is an all mountain mtb from Trinx it is designed for those who love the trails and also climbing it has 140mm travel and the specs is a little bit on the high end spectrum it was said that the market for the P1000 is the European market not in the Philippines that is why it isnt present on our market but since we stumbled upon one, just let us do a bike check of it instead the frame is a carbon frame the trinx p1000 has and all mountain and trail geometry you can also use it for XC, it is just not an enduro bike because the head tube is not that slack it has 69 degrees of head tube angle the frame size is 18 there are no other frame size for this bike except size 18 it has 450mm chainstay length the wheelbase is at 1156.3 the seat tube angle is at 68.7 degrees it has a rockshox fork the stock fork is a rockshox recon gold it has remote lock-out and 140mm of travel the drivetrain components is sram nx sram nx eagle for the rear derailleur no front derailleur, it has 1x setup the cassette is a sram eagle 11-50t the chain is sram eagle as well the shifter is sram nx eagle the crankset is sram nx eagle it has a rockshox dropper seatpost wtb saddle it is equipped with a rockshox reverb dropper seatpost with remote control the saddle is a wtb rocket pro saddle the rear shock is from rockshox based on the spec sheet, it is a sram rc3 rear suspension it is a rockshox monarch plus rc3 rear shock that is being used for trail and enduro bikes it is an air type rear shock with rebound and compression adjustments the cockpit is from UNO brand the handlebar, stem the handlebar is UNO brand, with a small rise it is 740mm in width the short stem is also from UNO brand with 55m length the grips are from WTB the brake set is SRAM Guide the tires are maxxis plus size the wheelset is from DT Swiss the stock tires are maxxis ikon+ it is a 27.5 x 2.8 in size, this is the plus size version of the ikon which is a fast rolling rubber the wheelset is a DT Swiss M1700 spline wheelset the dt swiss hubs are ratchet type, with straight pull spokes I just dont know it it is already setup as tubeless because the stock tires and wheelset isa already tubeless-ready there looks like a mount for a front derailleur it seems that you can run this with an FD or without you can also put a chain guide the frame is carbon, 4-linkage style for the suspension the rear shock is oriented vertical it has thru axle drop outs for the frame and fork there is also a built-in downtube and chainstay protector which is a nice touch I also like the color, other than dark blue, there is also a light blue variant which is also matte this one, has high end parts, and specs everything looks high end on this Trinx P1000 that is why I doubt that this will ever arrive in our market if we are going to compare this to the Trinx Brave series, which is also a full suspension bike in our market for me, this is a much better bike not looking into the specs, just by the frame alone the rear suspension, the linkage, this one is better the front end geometry this one looks more slack this bike’s setup looks more trail-oriented aside from the Trinx P1000 full suspension, we also saw the Trinx Rapid 2.0 carbon road bike as well as the Trinx Tornado 3.0 which is a carbon road bike also on this side, we can see the Trinx Q800 it has a really nice frame this is the Trinx M100 cheapest alloy frame bike from Trinx we already made a video about this bike check it out as well on this side, we can see the frames of FORMAT bikes they haven’t assembled yet the FORMAT bikes but they will also display them here there is a tie-up between FORMAT and Trinx FORMAT bikes are made in the LEONIX factory by Trinx if you haven’t seen my vide about it, check it as well there are some frame here with LEONIS branding LEONIS is the name of the Trinx factory/headquarters that we visited last month this one looks like an e-bike frame same with this one it is a mid-drive e-bike frame which looks cool that’s it for the Trinx booth here in Taipei Cycle Show 2019 later, we will be back on this booth to check out the FORMAT bikes we will have a look at the FORMAT bikes after they finish assembling it up isnt it nice to see Trinx here in Taipei Cycle Show they are not just a little brand that just makes bikes that’s it for this video I will see you on the next one let’s greet each other on the road ride safe everyone! [music]