A nicely slanting top tube which ensured increased standover height for the rider which makes it safe for the rider on bumpy surfaces.
The 100mm travel which helped tackle bad roads and bumpy surfaces on flat trails easily.
The Shimano drivetrain on this MTB was both quick and smooth in shifting with no lag experienced during the test ride.
The JAK branded Mechanical Disc brakes were powerful for muddy and wet surfaces on flat trails and roads.
The DSI 29” x 2.20” tires can tackle rough surfaces easily.
The brand name Acrolt is conceptualized as a combination of the words Acrobatics and Bolt. Acrolt bikes are exclusively designed in Canada and first came into being in the year 2015. Acrolt as a brand aim’s to create a healthy and green World by encouraging more and more people to be enthusiastic about Cycling and in the process reducing the vehicles with carbon emissions for shorter transport. We got the opportunity to test ride the Acrolt Hyper Pro 29 hardtail MTB and here is what we thought.
The Acrolt Hyper Pro 29 is a Hardtail Alloy Bicycle from this brand’s MTB range. This frame is built from Alloy and comes with a nicely slanting top tube which ensured increased standover height for the rider which makes it safe for the rider on bumpy surfaces.
Being a Hardtail the Acrolt Hyper Pro 29 comes with a Zoom front suspension fork with 100mm travel which helped tackle bad roads and bumpy surfaces on flat trails easily. The suspension lock-out helps in making the fork rigid which improves acceleration on flat surfaces.
The Bicycle which we test rode came with a full Grey primary colour with Black as the secondary colour. The graphics were bold and racy which made the Bicycle look aggressive. The matte finish paint job on the Acrolt was of top quality and definitely made this MTB looked premium.
Acrolt have used Shimano branded derailleurs on this MTB. The Acrolt Hyper Pro 29 comes equipped with a 7-Speed Shimano Acera rear derailleur along with a Shimano Tourney 3-Speed front derailleur. The Shimano drivetrain on this MTB was both quick and smooth in shifting with no lag experienced during the test ride. The 21-Speed gearing system is controlled by Shimano’s trigger shifters.
The stopping power on this Hardtail MTB is taken care of by a pair of JAK branded Mechanical Disc brakes. These brakes were of good quality and the rotors and disc plates were powerful in stopping amidst traffic and even on flat muddy surfaces.
The Alloy MTB handlebar was wide and gave optimum control for the rider when riding through fast paced flat trails and also when maneuvering through sharp turns.
The Acrolt Hyper Pro 29 comes with DSI 29” x 2.20” MTB tires. These tires have bulky treads and a uniform tread pattern which provided great traction on trails and flat muddy surfaces. The wheel set provided a faster rolling resistance as well as a balanced ride on flat trails.
The stock saddle from Acrolt is ergonomic in design with enough cushioning for a soreness free ride.
This Alloy Hardtail MTB had comfort focused frame geometry and a wide handlebar. The powerful JAK Mechanical Disc brakes made it easy to stop on muddy trails and wet urban roads. The 29” DSI tires were heavily treaded and fast rolling as well. The 21-Speed Shimano Tourney/Acera drivetrain was smooth in shifting and is performance focused for entry to mid-level riders. Priced at Rs.25,499(as on 25th February 2023) the Acrolt Hyper Pro 29 is an ideal choice for anyone looking to buy an MTB to ride on rough urban roads and flat trails.
Prices and Specifications/Components are subject to change by the brand, without due notice.
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