Chromag Bikes TRL Freeride Hardtail

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Weight : 6.75lbs


Product Description

The TRL is the original Chromag, a rugged do anything frame. The geometry is suited for all types of trail riding. It’s a positive climber and a solid descender that can handle the big stuff. If you are a taller rider, the TRL has enough seattube to accommodate enough saddle extension for a long ride.

Features:
  • Solid, durable construction
  • versatile geometry
  • cnc machined yoke for up to 2.8” tire clearance
  • cnc machined dropouts
  • Two piece machined seattube with reinforced extension for max. standover clearance

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