Developed, tested and tweaked by Professional freeride Mountain Biker, Sam Reynolds, the Trid is Polygon’s dirt bike designed for adrenaline junkies. Expertly crafted with cutting edge geometry and bombproof durability, the bike features an AL6 Dirt Jump Frame and X-Fusion Slant suspension forks that take big impacts in their stride.With a spec sheet filled with top-class tech, the Trid is a best-in-class Dirt Jumper. Features include a tapered headtube, short chainstays, horizontal dropouts and wide frame tubes for improved rigidity and strength, plus Shimano Hydraulic Disc Brakes for powerful stopping power.About PolygonPolygon are a world-renowned bike manufacturer with over 25 years of cycling expertise. Producing close to a million bikes a year out of their state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, their commitment to innovation and craftsmanship has seen them pick up numerous industry awards and become the brand of choice for leading professionals. You’ll be in good company when you ride a Polygon. Hard-wearing jump mountain bike Frame: AL6 Dirt Jump, 135mm O.L.D. 100mm Travel, IS Mount 160mmDropout: Alloy DropoutFork: X-Fusion Slant, 100mm, TA 15mm, TapperedHandle Bar: Alloy W:750mm R:38.1mm BB:3.18mmStem: Alloy E:40mm R:0deg BB:31.8mmGrips/Bar Tape: Entity Rubber Grip with LockringHead Set: ZS 44/28.6 ZS 56/40Saddle: Polygon Pivotal SaddleSeat Post: Alloy, Pivotal, 30.9x200mmSeat Clamp: Bolt Seat ClampChainset: Samox TAF15-D32A 32T, 170mmBb Set: Samox Integrated BB BSAChain: KMC HL-710Cassette: COG 14TTyres: VEE XCV, 26″ X 2.25″Rims: WTB SX-25 Disc 26″Front Hub: Alloy Front HubRear Hub: Alloy Rear HubFront & Rear Brakes: Shimano BR-MT200Please Note: Due to ongoing issues in the supply chain, this bike is subject to specification changes without notice. Any changes made will be using equivalent or higher quality parts.**Some minor assembly is required. See our video (below the image) or consult our assembly guide for assistance.Unfortunately, we are not able to process faulty or warranty bike returns through our warehouse. If your bike develops a fault please take it to your nearest GO Outdoors store where we have a full workshop and trained mechanics who will be able to assist you.Please note, this excludes Hathersage and Southport stores.