Throne TRKLRD / Track Lord
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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on Throne TRKLRD / Track Lord. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
5 reasons to buy
- The TRKLRD differs from its predecessor (The Phantom), in that it has adopted an exaggerated aero-design that many owners loved. The look itself gave an impression of speed.
- With its tight geometry, it delivered a fast, responsive and aggressive ride.
- Many owners felt that the TRKLRD offered a lot for the price.
- The frame is aluminum. The fork and seatpost are carbon. This offered riders a pleasingly light weight of 18 pounds.
- Some owners described the TRKLRD as a good quality build.
4 reasons not to buy
- One owner’s frame snapped while they were riding. The owner claimed not to have misused their bike.
- The frame breakage could be viewed as a rarity. However, two buyers reported receiving frames with ‘defective’ welding, which the manufacturer hastily replaced.
- An owner had to re-seat the headset themselves. This is an important component that should really arrive correctly assembled.
- Some felt that the stock gear ratio (48:16) was a little hard-going.