Merax Finiss 26″ Mountain Bike Review (October 2020)

Merax Finiss 26

Merax Finiss 26" Mountain Bike

  • ✔ Lightweight Aluminum Mountain Bike Frame
  • ✔ Front Suspension Fork Offers Shock Absorption When Riding
  • ✔ 24-Speed Shimano Gearing System For Smooth Transitions
  • ✔ Powerful Dual Disc Brakes
The Finiss is a lovely looking bike. We particularly like the frames design. The cool curves and slimming components work really well. The bike comes with everything you need to put it together incase you don't have tools of your own.

Being able to sell a bike like this for so little is only achievable one way. The reason why this is such a cheap mountain bicycle is because the components that are fitted on it are budget options. That’s not necessarily a bad thing however. Overkill is something that many riders end up with when they go hunting for their next bike.

Being able to race professionally on your hobby bike might not be such a huge advantage. Especially if it cost you hundreds more for the privilege. That being said, the saying ‘buy cheap, buy twice’ is worth remembering.

The plan is to strike a balance between the two methodologies. Something that’s good enough for your personal needs without spending more than you need to.

This Merax Finiss Aluminum 21-Speed Mountain Bike Racing Bicycle features a lightweight heat-treated aluminum mountain frame. The 26-inch double-wall aluminum rim wheels make for easier rolling. Features Shimano 21-speed derailleurs and shifters for reliable shifting. Front and rear mechanical disc brakes. The suspension fork 80-millimeter travel provides smooth bumps and increases control.

The bike has some very positive reviews. They aren’t all positive, however many of the negative reviews are simply down to packaging and delivery issues. Although this isn’t ideal it shouldn’t effect your opinion on the bike itself.

If you want a cheap, budget/entry model mountain bike with some element of suspension then this is a good consideration. If you’re new to mountain biking then a hardtail (front suspension only) is a good idea. Hardtail bikes take less time to setup and require far less maintenance over time.