The much anticipated Transition Smuggler is almost here. Transition fans rejoice. The new carbon Smuggler will be here very soon. Like its alloy sibling, the carbon version of this capable 29er trail bike will have 120mm of rear travel and 140mm up front. Other highlights include boost hub spacing, metric shock sizing, internal cable routing,
Transition has just announced a carbon-framed version of the Smuggler that drops 2.3lbs in weight. The post Watch: Transition Adds Carbon Smuggler to Lineup, Drops 2.3lbs appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Watch: Transition Adds Carbon Smuggler to Lineup, Drops 2.3lbs by rtadlock Interested in Mountain bike shoes, click here.
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It’s sometimes hard to tell whether the crew from Transition Bikes is being serious or just messing around. They’ve cornered the market on irreverent internet videos that often take shots at the rest of the bike industry. Or they just push out something like this. Yeehaw! Click here to view the embedded video. But Transition
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The Transition TR11 was spied earlier this year under Tahnee Seagrave. The TR11 is the newest addition to the Transition family. With its full carbon fiber construction and Giddy Up linkage, it supplants the aluminum TR500 as the brand’s top end downhill bike. Say goodbye to adjustable rear travel. This bike is purpose built to
The carbon frame was fairly light and laterally stiff, and there was little noise or commotion while plowing over rocks and chop. Editor’s Note: Once again, Mtbr welcomes longtime forum member Kent Robertson to the front page. Kent — or KRob — has been riding and evaluating bikes for two decades. This year, he and