Bold Cycles Linkin Trail Classic 29er Full Suspension

DESCRIPTION

Wherever you ride, the Linkin Trail Classic takes it in its stride. In technical sections, its low centre of gravity and ultra-stiff rear end give you total precision and manoeuvrability. When you hit high speeds, you can rely on its stability and smoothness. And during tough uphill rides you’ll appreciate its innovative and rigid construction, with the internal damper, the short bellcrank and the transmission-neutral kinematics together ensuring maximum power.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 26, 2020]
norbertriedi


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

I'm 63 and I ride the BOLD Linkin Trail Classic 29" since octobre of 2016. That's a total of 735'514 m of elevation gain up and down (366'757 up, 368'757 down), 11320 km and 1147 hrs. In my experience the BOLD Linkin Trail Classic is a truly reliable, strong, durable bike with absolutely no issues at all. I like it very much because it's very agile not only on tiny mountain trails but also fast downhill. It's a strong, quite bike, never bitchy. Because of just 12.4 kg weight over all it's relatively easy to ride even steep ascents. The actual hang-on parts: DT Swiss XMC 1200 Spline 30 wheels; Maxxis High Roller II tubeless tires; SRAM Eagle XX1 gold Drivetrain; SRAM Guide Ultimate brakes with SRAM Centerline 180 mm rotors; KS Lev Integra dropper seatpost; DT Swiss OPM remote O.D.L 130 fork; DT Swiss X 313 remote O.D.L suspension (well protected in the frame); Raceface Next Handlebar; Syntace Number Nine 2 Titan flat pedals

Weakness:

On first sight, because of the suspension built in the frame, this is not so easy to maintain. But not difficult too. It takes just two, three minutes more than "normal".

Price Paid:
CHF 8300
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2016
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