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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Trinx Tempo. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- As a low-cost bike, the Tempo often came across as lighter than expected.
- Shifting gears with the Tempo 1.0’s Shimano SL-A050 levers, was reported to be smooth. STI Shifters on the 2.0 also impressed.
- CST Czar 25mm tires were long-lasting and suited to city streets.
- Both crosstop and drop-bar levers are installed on the Tempo, allowing for both upright and aerodynamic riding positions.
- The alloy frame was relatively light and said to be quite resilient.
- Assembly was said to be uncomplicated.
- The low price of the Tempo attracted entry-level road cyclists.
- Three color schemes are available for this bike. The bright appearance appealed to some owners.
- A steel fork dampens shock and absorbs vibrations.
- Double-wall alloy rims are light and strong.
- This bike’s geometry was seen as comfortable for endurance rides.
- Eyelets allow for the fitting of rear racks, equipping the Tempo for commuting.
- According to one reviewer, the Tempo was durable. After eighteen month’s use, it apparently required no change in componentry or even tires.
8 reasons not to buy
- Most owners found the Tempo’s saddle to be uncomfortable.
- Some damage was present on new bikes. This included scratches and gouges that were under protective packaging.
- Misaligned brakes and a bent chainring were reported on new models.
- Wheels sometimes arrived untrue and rims occasionally caused repeated punctures.
- Instructions were described as somewhat lacking. They were intended for a mountain bike with components that weren’t present on the Tempo.
- Shifting was seen as average by some riders.
- Some owners experienced poor performance from the WinZip brakes.
- After two months, one rider experienced many problems and did not recommend the Tempo for everyday use.