Transition Bikes at World Champs

Sep 16, 2010 at 11:05
Sep 16, 2010
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Transition Racing at the 2010 downhill world championships in Mont St Anne, Quebec. Bryn and Jill represent their respective countries Australia and the USA against the world's best. Bryn unluckily is plagued with injury and all of Jill's hard work pays off.

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25 Comments

  • + 6
 It's nice to see a new company grow.
  • + 4
 New company?
  • + 0
 they have been around a good few years now
  • + 5
 Compared to other companies, they are still new. For example, Specialized is a big company and isnt really growing anymore unlike transition
  • + 1
 i think they were started in 2006 so yea if that is true id say there still fairly new
  • + 1
 not 2006 either.. if you go the transitionbikes.com website, you can find all the information about the company.
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 I ever hear people complaint TR450 is so call "paper thin @ down tube area". I know 951 or session 88 are that kind of name? TR450 is a simple bike that for you go and ride it. They build it for the rider don't worry about and just go for ride bike.

Zoopla,
Could you show that kind of HUGE dent down tube @ the TR 450 to me?
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 dents smchments! if u want a ride that doesn't dent get a Volvo - anyone who rides for real gets dents regardless of the thickness - and it's not about the dents it's about the frames lasting with or without dents; ANY and all DH bikes can get dents unless we come up with a material that is meant to be bullet proof armour.
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 great bikes, only one problems...they are paper thin, all the tr450 i've seen have huge dents on the downtube. if they fix that by making the tubing a bit thicker, that would be a mean machine.
  • + 1
 damn sucks to hear that, carbon gaurd could fix that without adding too much weight and double as fender though.
  • + 2
 I rode one all season...no dents. Every TR my shop built for people, no dents. Every TR i've seen...no dents. I don't know where you've seen all these dented downtubes, but i've seen about 20 TR's with no dents. sure rock chips, but not like the session dents
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  • + 2
 looks like he's running over 50% rear sag, probably set up perfect for that track.
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 It sucks that UCI didn't let the company films on the hill during the race runs, only from the bottom.
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 The TR450 dents easily? That's news to me as well. I saw one that was heavily used and abused and it didn't have any dents.
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 nice bike and i paused the time at 3:08 and you should see the compression of jills forks
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  • + 2
 amazing video plus loving the graphics
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 rider owned for life makes a difference Big Grin
  • + 1
 Just me or did Jill not have her lid tied? I'm guessing it just looks that way though...
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 ya they always hang down means she wears her helment tight
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 Congrats Transition on having a killer season!
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  • + 1
 sick A** bike at 40SECONDS
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 jill has a nice bike same with the other transition biker
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 Just as I was thinking: that track looks dry, it started to rain. LOL
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 Way to go guys & gals!
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 sick video, i want a tr450 so bad! I have to try a demo one soon.
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