Polygon Trid ZZ Series
What size are the wheels?
This model is fitted with 26 inch wheels.
How much travel does this bike have?
Bike is equipped with a Rockshox Pike DJ A4 travel is 140 mm on a 15x100 mount. The rear shock is a RockShock Monarch R, the eye to eye travel is 190 x 51 stroke
What riding style is this geometry intended for?
The bike is mainly focused on off-road riding, more specifically slope style and dirt jumps. They can often be seen in bike parks and pump tracks.
Are the wheels tubeless ready?
The rims are tubeless compatible but the recommendation is to run tubes.
Are the tyres tubeless ready?
No. Tubeless valves, sealant and tape will need to be purchased separately.
Are tubeless valves and tape provided with the bike?
As this is not a tubeless recommended bike there are no tubeless valves or tubeless tape provided. Although it comes with rim tape as a standard.
What groupset is this bike equipped with?
This bike is equipped with a 7sp Sram Gx drivetrain, this bike also includes a shifter mount for the frame that could be attached on the downtube to allow bar spins while in the air.
What brakes is this bike equipped with?
This bike is equipped with Shimano BR-MT501 Hydraulic Disc Brakes.
Does this bike come in any other colours?
No, it does not come in another colour, only the unique two colour design.
Does this bike come with any other specs?
No, the Trid ZZ does not come in any other spec. IMPORTANT: Sometimes factory will change the spec of the bike to something of similar or better quality, usually without any notice, this is to ensure customers are riding bikes instead of waiting for the correctly spec’d component to become available.
How wide are the handlebars?
The handlebars are alloy 750mm length 35 mm rise 9 degrees sweep, on a 31.8mm clamp.
What's the stem length?
The stem length is 40mm with a 31.8 mm bar bore.
Does this bike come equipped with a dropper post and what's the travel?
This bike is not equipped with a dropper post but is fitted with a pivotal 30.9 seat post 200mm long. Only compatible with pivotal saddles.
Can I install a dropper post on this bike?
No, the Trid ZZ is not designed to fit a dropper post with internal routing.
What's the bikes' frame material?
The Trid ZZ frame material is Alloy, 6961
What's the bikes' wheels’ material and how wide are the rims?
The Trid ZZ wheels material is Alloy composite, the width are 24mm internal and 30.6mm external.
Does this bike come with boost hub spacing?
No, it comes with a 12x142 mm hub on a thru-axle compatible only rear triangle.
Can I take this bike on downhill trails?
No, this bike is designed for Dirt Jumps and slope style trails only.
Can I take this bike to the bike park?
Definitely you can, the Trid ZZ is designed for jumps, hops or any fun lines that bike parks will have. Just note that this bike design only for jumps lines with smooth surfaces focussed on the segment dirt jump / slope style.
What size rotors does this bike come equipped with?
160mm front and rear rotors
What tyres does this bike come equipped with and what size?
The Trid ZZ comes with VeeTire XCV (Two Six DJ), 26x2.25". The Vee XCV tyres are smooth enough to maintain excellent rolling speed at the skate park while maintaining an amazing grip on the dirt.
Does this bike come with pedals?
The Trid ZZ comes with alloy flat pedals with pins.
Can I fit a bottle cage in this frame?
No, due to the dirt jumper frame geometry, there is not enough space for a bottle cage.
How do I set the suspension for my height and weight?
We suggest you set up your suspension in accordance with Rockshox tuning guides for each individual, personal preference also needs to be considered as everyone likes their suspension slightly different from rider to rider.
Is a shock pump provided with this bike?
No, a shock pump is not provided with any of our bikes, although you can purchase one separately along with your bike.
What tyre pressure should I run?
Tyre pressures are subjective to each individual rider, we suggest you find a suitable tyre pressure best suited to the terrain you commonly ride.
What riding category is this bike intended for?
For the Trid ZZ, in accordance with Polygon's classification, these bikes belong to bike class 6. You can read more about the various classifications here.