Transition BottleRocket

Transition BottleRocket


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 this is my first slopestyle bike so i guess i cant compare it to anything but its like a downhill bike got a park bike loaded one night and this is what the result was. It has the plush feeling of a downhill rig but when your on it it feels more like a park bike even though the frame seems long most of the length is in the rear triangle (or maybe thats just me) so it actualls seems like a very short cockpit. All in all i am very happy with it...minus the avid brakes but what can i say im a hayes man....
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 God I love it. I'm small and it's easy to push around. No flaws.

The Transition Company is unbelievably helpful. They want to sell bikes, but they want you to be on the right one. I've emailed with both owners (WHAT?) and they're awesome, thoughtful humans. I respect and admire the company, and I'll damn-well spend my $$ on their bikes for sure.
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 I just got my Bottlerocket yesterday and I'm struggling to find anything wrong with it. the "large" frame fits me perfectly and the single-pivot link absolutely RIPS on the more technical sections. The 'rocket is easily the best do-it-all rig out there. I took mine down rocky DH lines as well as smoother jump lines and it hauled. I would suggest this bike to everyone.
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 If you are looking for a one of kind bike this is not for you. There is a reason that everyone has one, the Bottlerocket is quiet simply one of the best freeride bikes on the market.
It can be built up to handle All Mountain riding OK, but excels in Freeriding, Dirt Jumping, recreational Downhill and with that sought of versatility comes popularity.

Personally i do not use it as an all mountain bike and therefore have a medium frame which can be flicked around a little bit. The medium travel of 5.5" is just enough for the big drops, jumps and rocks around the Northshore without slowing me down.

I find that the bike is great riding Mt Fromme, Whistler and the local dirt jumps. It can take just about anything everything I can throw at it on downhill or freeriding. It pedals OK for a freeride bike but really shines on the way down more than the way up.

In short get out and try one and you will not be disappointed.
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 very nice bike. handles very well and is a very suitable bike for all round thrashing. can do dj's, dh, fr, all without any problems. angles are all nice and slack, but not so that it cant be pedalled back up the hill between runs. not too heavy either, dependant on build spec.
highly recommended.
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 This the perfect do it all bike. I rode it for two seasons of dh freeride and general all mountain. I sold it and now have a demo 8. I cant tell you how much i miss the bottle rocket it was the most fun bike i have ever ridden.
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 Pros: Super stong study frame, Great all round bike, 1.5" head tube.
Cons: Cable rub, poor paint
Amazing bike for the money, I've thrown my self of big drops and the bike surprises me all the time. You may think that 5.5" of travel isn't very much, but belive me its plenty!
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 If you can only have one bike and want to ride the bike park and still be able to pedal to the top of the trails, this is it. While it's not built to be an xc bike, you can pedal it to the top with no worries because it can handle anything thrown at it on the way back down.
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 Just does everything you could want, DH FR DJ even a bit of XC! I have mine set up with Totems which slackens the headangle for DH but with the 1.5 headtube you could put a Cane Creek angleset in there and have a 65 degree head angle for real steep stuff.
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 everything about this bike says fun!! fun to look at fun to ride! its the best bike i have ever rode in my life. besides ont he expencive side (you get what you pay for!!!) the bike is amazing. takes anything you throw its way. from freeride to DH all the way to dirtjumps and street. this bike can do it all. all my friends all want to ride my bike when im with them because its such a fun bike to ride and very forgiving when you need it! great bike! i personally rate this bike 10/10 for sure! highly recomended
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 The best bike ever, extremely plush suspension set up and handles anything thrown at you. I've sent it off huge gaps, massive drops, and have ridden plenty of Dh trails, technical and flowy. The only con I can possibly think of is the chain slap, I recommend the immediate purchase of a Lizards skins to prevent major paint wear.
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 Hands down this is better then any other bike ive owned. Transition are a very helpful team and gave me loads of help when finding new bearings and pivot kit when i sorted out a br i got that was ragged to hell. new pivot kit, powdercoat decals and bearings and its good as new!
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 this bike rocks.
it takes everything without a worry.
from street to DH this bike can be set up anyway.
it rides really light,pedals great,rails corners
and pops off any jump with spectacular responce.
the best thing is it never has bottomed out harshly
in the 3 years of use.
I love it!
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 I own a Transition Bottlerocket, custom built with DHX air shox and 155mm Totem soloAir. This is the best allround frame that I had used. Suspension is great it has only 140mm of travel but sometimes I think that ┬┤it is endless. You can built Allmost any spec bike on this frame from dirt bike for big jumps to DH rig. The frame is realy overbuilt it is strong and reliable. I'm 165cm tall and S frame is what I needed not to long and not to short.
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 $3722
Travel 140mm (5.55")
Rear Shock Fox DHX 5.0 Coil or DHX 5.0 Air
Fork Fox 36 Float RC2
Headset FSA Orbit Xtreme Pro or Z1.5R
Cassette SRAM PG 950 11 - 32
Crankarms Truvativ Hussefelt 170mm
Chainguide TBC Single Ring Guide
Bottom Bracket Truvativ GigaPipe Team
Pedals TBC Stepdown
Chain KMC Z9000
Rear Derailleur SRAM X9
Shifter Pods SRAM X9
Handlebar Truvativ Hussefelt 30mm rise
Stem Truvativ Holzfeller 40mm
Grips ODI Cross Trainer X Lock-on
Brakes Avid Juicy 7
Wheelset TBC Revolution 32
Tires Maxxis Minion DH 2.5 60a
Seat TBC Park n Ride FR
Seatpost Truvativ XR Dual clamp
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 I just got my Bottlerocket yesterday and I'm struggling to find anything wrong with it. the "large" frame fits me perfectly and the single-pivot link absolutely RIPS on the more technical sections. The 'rocket is easily the best do-it-all rig out there. I took mine down rocky DH lines as well as smoother jump lines and it hauled. I would suggest this bike to everyone
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 I love this bike i have had a kona stinky and specialized bighit and this bike out performs all of them by far. This bike i recommend for dirtjumping and freeride and maybe alittle down hill. It jumps really spoothly and seems to want to fly off the jumps. It corners like nobody's business and i love it..
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 If you are looking for a one of kind bike this is not for you. There is a reason that everyone has one, the Bottlerocket is quiet simply one of the best freeride bikes on the market. It can be built up to handle All Mountain riding OK, but excels in Freeriding, Dirt Jumping, recreational Downhill and with that sought of versatility comes popularity. Personally i do not use it as an all mountain bike and therefore have a medium frame which can be flicked around a little bit. The medium travel of 5.5" is just enough for the big drops, jumps and rocks around the Northshore without slowing me down. I find that the bike is great riding Mt Fromme, Whistler and the local dirt jumps. It can take just about anything everything I can throw at it on downhill or freeriding. It pedals OK for a freeride bike but really shines on the way down more than the way up. In short get out and try one and you will not be disappointed.
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 good company backing the product. I warrantied my bottlerocket because the size small i had didn't clear a shock with piggyback. At first they tried to suggest i just use a different shock but eventually replaced it and it shipped quickly. very fun bike to ride on all trails. Super rocky stuff isn't the best on 5.5 inches travel and the frame is burly (heavy) so it takes abuse but the bottle rocket truly shines on everything in between xc and dh.
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 I have been riding a bottle rocket for two years now. It's a great all around bike, you can take it straight from the dirt jumps to a free ride trail and have it feel right. I have ridden it in Whistler, Silverstar, and Mt. Fromme and Seymour, and worked great in both flowy and technichal terrain.
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 The ultimate slopestyle, ranchstyle, singletrack, ripper. Versatile and fun! In short travel mode, the bike is a competent trail bike and DJ bike. Long travel mode opens up a bomber slopestyle bike capable of taking big hits. Flies soooo smooth!
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 After my Sx Trail i thought nothing could perform up to that level. I was astonished after my first descent at a lift assisted park. The bottlerocket rides like a dream, and I have never in my life ridden a bike so responsive and controlable.
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 This bike is really unbelievable, for a five inch bike it really eats up everything if you have the right springs. unlike eight inch bikes its not too bad to pedal. i have done everything with it, and its so beefy im not worried about the frame at all. Definitely worth the money
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 Got the last year of production in raw. Tried a 150mm and now placed a 180mm fork and it is rocking the tracks. Short shocked, made it slacker yet still tracked straight and true. On the weighty side but I guess with what I do, it's best overbuilt. Rocking a 1x9 drive train with a 36T chain ring makes it work best. Though not anymore in production get one if you chance upon one, no sane owner would part would it, I bet.
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 This bike is so versatile its ridiculous. I have ridden it on the WorldCup DH track in Willingen, as well as Skateparks and local FR and DH trails. The one thing that I like about this frame is the stiff rear suspension. It really feels like you are riding a hardtail if you stiffen it up a little. The low top tube is confidence inspiring as far as tricks go and depending on the build the bike can be fairly light too. The frame is virtually indestructible. I have crashed my Bottlerocket so many times and nothing ever happened to it. The bearings need a little maintenance from time to time, but other than that I couldn't be happier.
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 It is THE funniest bike yet. It ain't too clumsy to take it for a "small" trip around the spots in Capital city area. With this thing, the stair covered city turned into playground for me and my bottlerocket.

just few notifications. on earlier models (first ones -07 or -06) the DHX5 shocks propedal adjust knob hits the downtube, only for a really minor scratch (like scratching off the lacquer without touching the paint) And some have had minor creaking noice from upper shock mount, because it wasn't perfectly measured and it bended so little that you can't see it with your eyes.

Still works, and is REALLY fun to ride! I would choose this bike over any other medium travel!
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 I have a black 2011 bottlerocket. I think this is the one of the best mountain bike ever. My opinion is that mountain bikes invented for down the hills. It is good to all type of mountainbiking (built tracks, singletracks, dirt...) for mountainbikers (not for racers). I enjoy every minute on it.The bike looks simple but...the speed that can be controlled.. it is unbelievable for me. It is not cheap but it doesn't matter because you get the real MTB feel. I love it.
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 I had a Bottlerocket in M with DHX 5.0 Air for a season. Size felt good, I'm 5'8''.

Really versatile bike, the 5.5 inch travel can handle ale types of tracks, but it is best for flowy and jumpy trails, that's where the real fun begins. As a do-it-all bike one day I punished it on bikepark trails another I went for an all day All Mountain/Enduro. Done some dirt jump riding too (the low seattube/standover is good for nofootcancans,etc.).The bike has a very good pop if the shock is set right, and do not bob if pedalling.
The rear end of the bike is superstiff and the whole bike feels bombproof.
The weight is not so horibble in compare what the frame can take.

Pros:
+Bombproof
+Versatility
+Stiff

Cons:
-Weight(not so bad)
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 Thats a bike for everything!!!!You can use it for Dirtjumping,Freeriding or Downhill..Thix bike can handle everything....I rode it in a german DH race and was much better than many guys on Longtravel bikes Wink (19th from 120)
So if you are looking for one bike for all with a stiff and hard set-up you will have much pleasure with this bike!
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 I had a BR for three and half seasons. The bike made me the rider i am today, and geve me the confidence to send my bikes off of anything. it taught me to care for the bike less, cause the bike can take care of itself. The geometry is just simply dialed for freeriding the current style of trail, that favors flow, but the bike can handle the ruff stuff too, and i have freinds who DH theirs with dual crowns, when the course is jumpy or pedally. The BR feels right at home jumping, and going froma hardtail, was just a pleasure to ride, jump, DH, huck, and i even used it for AM style rides allt he time. The full length seat tube gives plenty of room for extension (i am 6-4) and the simple linkage allows for pretty good pedalling. the single peice seatstay, is stiff as f*ck too! when eqipped with a 36 Talas, this bike really is a quiver killer.
CONS: the bearings are not the best suited to be used in rocker links, and i wore them out relatively fast, living in the pacific northwest. if the bike used needles or teflon in the rocker link, the bearing issue could have been avoided. also the lake of a through axle bugged me, this thing is to be hucked, so it seemed cheap to not make the rear end tougher, though i never pulled a wheel out or anything, its something i am looking for in a new design.another con is the weight, the bike is not light, but thats okay with me, cause i like em durable, but maybe an anodized finish would have been nice too...
this little bike has set the benchmark for all of my future freeride builds and frames!
all around affordable, tough as shit, incredibly verstile and fun to ride, what else is there????
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 I bought this bike in 08 and i paid about $3000 for a complete custom build and i never looked back. This bike can take anything i throw at it. It sends dirtjumps and rips trails. The only thing that i saw wrong with it is when in really crazy braking bumps or rough trails the back end seems to stiffen up and it feels like a hardtail. I think that could have been caused by my inability to set it up for trail riding conditions. Either way i love this bike and it is very versatile.
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 This bike hits the mark for nearly every style of riding. It kicks ass in slopestyle parks, dirt jumps, downhill, freeride and just lookin' good while cruising around town. It is still a bit of a pig for doing long climbs but you can always push it up and ride it down.
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 So sick, this thing is so easy to ride, the frame survived all the abuse i could dish out, at high speeds like on a dh it gets a little twitch, most likely cuz its a small and im 5'11. On the dj's it rides like a dj bike wich is so awesome if ur only gonna have one bike, street, dh, dj,free ride, and hell prob even xc (not me though)
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 i love this bike to death. I started riding a hardtail then went to a big bike and have finally settled on an 07 transition bottlerocket. I ride alot of jumps and drops. This bike handles anything i can give it. I really like how i have 5.5 in travel so soak up stutter bumps and case hits. The only thing this bike doesnt handle really well is straight DH courses. I have raced it a few times and like how it rides but i get pretty squirely in rough sections. Make sure you match this frame with a good shock, i would recomend anything from marzocchi. A good 5-7 inch travel fork is good. I have a rockshox domain and i love it on there. Perfect amount of travel.
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 everything about this bike says fun!! fun to look at fun to ride! its the best bike i have ever rode in my life. besides ont he expencive side (you get what you pay for!!!) the bike is amazing. takes anything you throw its way. from freeride to DH all the way to dirtjumps and street. this bike can do it all. all my friends all want to ride my bike when im with them because its such a fun bike to ride and very forgiving when you need it! great bike! i personally rate this bike 10/10 for sure! highly recomended
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 sweet bike, jumps feel like sex, and it can dh a little. i do everything on it, eve xc. only down side is a 30 mm seat post diameter which doesn't have much drepper post compatability
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 This is the best bike if you can only have one bike this is it. I ride it on anything and everything and love it. Ralley down DH trails or hit jump lines, my all time favorite bike.
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 Insaneley amazing frame, whips, pedals, drops, and shreds resort with no problem. Feels like its bottomless, and has no problem handling a 7 inch 66 RCV even though its only 5.5 in the back
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 A company that knows what hardcore riders need and want.
Customer service is second to none,as with the products they design and sell.
rider owned and operated for life, TRANSITION IS THE BEST...enough said.
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 great company own a bottle rocket, good customer service, easy to acquire replacement parts such as bearings, and love the look, real head turning bike, i love showing off, street fighter status.
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 I rode this at Collonade. I absolutely loved it. I ride a Kona stinky 6. I thought I just couldnt go fast enough on jumps but then I got on this and it was easyyyy. Very good bike. I really like the suspension
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 BEST BIKE EVER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!1!FDJSKLFJDLKSFKLDJLSFJKLDSFKLASJDKLSAJDLKSAJDLSAJLDJLSAKEOPQIWEIOPWURIOESHFLKDSHDLKSAHKDLHSJLKFXZVMXZBCXMZBCXZBCMNSKLDHSALDHJASKFHKDSJHFJSDLHFLKASHGDJSAGKJ
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 best freeride slpestyle bike out there amazing all around bike would not ride anything else! Also transition is a rider based company which means they make and price there products for the riders which is great
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 I love this bike and this company. I bought my bike directly from them in Ferndale Washington. If you are looking for a bike that is worth what you pay for it, then buy a transition.
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 Great bike, easy to get use to. Handles DH, freeride, big mountain, etc... Perfect amount of travel. Also I like how you can fit a triple corwn fork on it if you'd like to, the headtube angle is designed for either or.
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 its amazingly smooth and controlible.........................................................................................................................................................................................
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 A fast responsive perfect bike for trails ,dh , and even dirt jumps if u get the dhx 5.0 air. Its the funnest bike ive ever had .
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 If you looking for small full suspension bike Bottlerocket is the best choice for you... I have BR 2 weeks and I'm very very happy.
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 Amaing short travel freeride bike. It is a really great bike, from a rally great company. The guys at the factory were super nice and helpful to
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 the best frame i ever rode! i even competed in a street jam on it, it handles everything! i still didn't found any weaknesses
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 This bike is just amazing, in Downhill, Freeride, Slopestyle and even Enduro ! you can do everything and everything well with it ! I do mainly DH/Freeride and I love it !!
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 Sickest Freeride Bike i have ever owned nice and light easy to throw around still fun to ride down trails and on DJ's! Love em and love transistion!
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 Imagine a freeride bike that rips like a DH rig at speed and jumps like a hardtail, and you have the BottleRocket. This bike was practically born on Dirt Merchant.
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 sick bike perfect travel and compatible with all size forks fast and flowy. really good for bike parks and good for djing some what
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 its super light and very strong and it is even good for djs it has miles of travel and is a great ride i love transion so naturally i love this bike
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 absolutely without a doubt the best all around freeride bike ever made. I've had three of them now, and will probably have three more in the future.
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 great sick waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaapaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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 awesome bike, it can take any thing you can throw at it, rides like our girl friend :p,its even decent for street once you can through it around
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 Good bike for DH-Fr in belgium! It's a small bike with 140mm travel but It's really a good work! I like the sensation and feeling!
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 A sweet little ride that is great for the descents and stunts. Not the best climber but has become my default bike for most rides.
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 Sick bike I've never had one but it looks awesome and with 5.55 inches of trave you can just about do anything and it's pretty light bit I think it's a little bit overpriced.
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 The bottlerocket can handle anything thrown at it, from steep and deep to fast and flowy. Its versatility rules!
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 This bike rips!!! smooth all the way through and super solid Smile I love the combo of the 36's and the DHX
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 No better bike out there for slopestyle action! Perfectly balanced in the air, produces a huge grin every launch.
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 Awesome Bike!

Light, but has that extra give for getting it just perfect and taking the braking bumps away
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 Super fun, pops every lip, cleans even techy downhill stuff, and stiff enough for freeriding. My favorite bike ever.
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 Built my Bottlerocket last fall and love it. It reminds of the 2nd generation Bullitt and Specialized SX Trail.
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 amazing bike, and with the right build a good all around freeride, slopestyle, and all mountain bike. great looks as well.
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 Little bit heavy, but strong as hell!
Can do AM, FR, DH, DJ, 4X or whatever you call it.
One for all! Will last your life.
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 The Perfect Bike! A bit heavy though. And very costly, however its worth it. Great looking. And a fricken awesome name!!!
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 its epic and the most playful bike ive ever ridden. i have taken these down whistler many times and had a blast.
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 Best all around bike I have ever ridden! Built mine up to ~35lbs and it can do just about any run I throw at it.
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 sick ass bike! awsome for fre ride but also can take the punishment of downhill riding. All around goood bike.
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Transition BottleRocket (MSRP $3722) — The BottleRocket was designed as an answer to a new progression in trail building and freeriding. Trails are starting to look more like big mountain slopestyle parks with big gap doubles, wall rides and berms that emphasize style and flow. The mid travel of 5.5" is just enough for the big stuff without slowing you down and the frame is extremely tough to handle the abuse of bike parks like Whistler. The geometry is designed with a low bottom bracket, short chain stays and super sloped top tube to make this bike extremely agile and easy to throw around for tricks. The BottleRocket also features a one-piece CNC'd rocker that makes the rear end incredibly laterally stiff for cornering and pedaling hard. If you need a bike that can truly ride it all, the BottleRocket is the answer. FRAME FEATURES: 140mm (5.55") Rear Wheel Travel Fox DHX 5.0 Coil 7.875" x 2.25" or DHX 5.0 Air 7.875" x 2.25" 6000 Series Heat Treated Aluminum Sizes: Small (15"), Medium (15"), Large (15") Colors: Baby Blue, White, Raw Decals: Decal kit with 4 sets of decals in Black, White, Green and Red Frame Weight: 8.1 lbs (without rear shock) Complete Bike Weight Range: 38-43 lbs (Depending on Rear Shock and Fork) 1.5" headtube Compatible with up to 8" dual crown forks 73mm bottom bracket spacing Accepts up to 8" Rear Disc Brake Rotors Fits up to 2.5" rear tire 1 year defect warranty, Lifetime crash replacement BUILD SPECS: Shock Specs: 7.875 eye-to-eye x 2.25" stroke, Rear Pin 22.2mm x 8mm, Forward Pin 22.2mm x 8mm Bottom Bracket: Euro 73mm shell x 51mm chainline Headset: 1.5" (deep cup compatible) Seatpost: 30.0mm Seat Clamp: 34.9mm Front Derailleur: 34.9mm Clamp, Top-pull, (Top Swing Shimano or Low Mount SRAM) Rear Dropout Spacing: 135mm x 10mm Disc Brake Mount: International Standard Chain Guide Mounting: Standard ISCG Various build options available. Pricing for Freeride Single Ring spec with Fox DHX 5.0 Coil and Fox 36 Float RC2

Specifications Compare to other DH/Freeride Bikes

Price $3,722
Travel 140mm (5.55")
Rear Shock Fox DHX 5.0 Coil or DHX 5.0 Air
Fork Fox 36 Float RC2
Headset FSA Orbit Xtreme Pro or Z1.5R
Cassette SRAM PG 950 11 - 32
Crankarms Truvativ Hussefelt 170mm
Chainguide TBC Single Ring Guide
Bottom Bracket Truvativ GigaPipe Team
Pedals TBC Stepdown
Chain KMC Z9000
Rear Derailleur SRAM X9
Shifter Pods SRAM X9
Handlebar Truvativ Hussefelt 30mm rise
Stem Truvativ Holzfeller 40mm
Grips ODI Cross Trainer X Lock-on
Brakes Avid Juicy 7
Wheelset TBC Revolution 32
Tires Maxxis Minion DH 2.5 60a
Seat TBC Park n Ride FR
Seatpost Truvativ XR Dual clamp

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