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rode in Driggs. view ridelog
Sep 21, 2016 at 21:02
3 days
quotes Aspen with Ava
14 km - 01:18
rode in Snow King Mountain. view ridelog
Sep 19, 2016 at 12:02
Sep 19, 2016
quotes Ferrins
12 km - 01:11
rode in Victor. view ridelog
Sep 10, 2016 at 4:01
Sep 10, 2016
quotes Evening Ride
9 km - 00:59 - 1 achievements
rode in Grand Targhee Resort. view ridelog
Sep 4, 2016 at 15:03
Sep 4, 2016
quotes Lunch Ride
22 km - 01:21 - 1 achievements
rode in Grand Targhee Resort. view ridelog
Sep 4, 2016 at 15:03
Sep 4, 2016
quotes Afternoon Ride
12 km - 00:37 - 2 achievements
Aug 31, 2016 at 21:13
Aug 31, 2016

Transition Patrol 3 Black with upgrades

$2300 USD
2015 Transition Patrol 3 This is the low level build with the right upgrades. Reverb dropper, Enve carbon bars, and XT rear derailleur. This was a $4400 build (and I paid full price like a sucker because this bike just came out and they were selling out everywhere). I have ridden this bike a decent amount so there are of course minor blemishes. There are no dents anywhere, no scratches in the stanchions, and no structural damage whatsoever. Basically every nick can be attributed to small rock strikes. I ride fast, but as a 35 year old with a kid I cannot afford to fall so I choose not too. This bike has never been wrecked hard; I have never been injured riding my patrol. Fork and shock were serviced this spring and function flawlessly. Reverb was replaced under warranty this spring due to having a little play and the new one is 100% perfect. Deore brakes work surprisingly well for what they are. I find the seat comfortable. The Enve bars are cut to 780mm, stem is 45mm, and I didn't cut the steertube short so there are 5 spacers to use for adjusting height. I replaced the chain in the spring, and replaced the SLX rear derailleur with an XT piece. Still using the aftermarket RadR cage which makes shifting into the 42 tooth extended range rear cog flawless. All in all a decent build. There is no play anywhere on this bike; pivots, suspension, dropper post, axles, etc. The rear rim has a small minor dent, but this happened last season, has never caused an issue and tires mount and seal immediately and there is no air leaking. Pretty standard. Both rims are 99% true. I've been really impressed with the durability of this budget wheelset. This bike is riding great and I will continue to ride it until I sell it. What the buyer will probably want to do before next season: Bike shifts and pedals perfectly but I would consider replacing the cassette and front chainring eventually. Pretty much all the gears on the cassette still have some life left but the 42 tooth is showing more wear (I use the 42 tooth a lot...). Pivot bearings have never been replaced but still feel tight. Should be replaced next spring. Rear shock has had the air can service done, but not a full service. The fork and shock should both be serviced in the spring, but feel perfectly fine now. This is a used bike, but has no major issues. I am looking to get $2300. I will drop $100 off the price if you don't want the Enve bars and I will throw on Kore Torsion 780mm bars instead. This price is extremely fair. You won't find a Patrol for less. I have sold many bikes and always like to feel like the buyer is getting a nice hook up. I am not in a huge rush to sell. Please don't ask me questions about the bike if you don't intend on purchasing it, or don't have the money ready to roll. The pedals and water bottle cage are not included in the sale. I will include the pedals for $80 extra, but the water bottle cage is my wife's triathlon stuff so it's a no go! Frame Material: Alloy with Integrated Rubber Chainstay Protection, Internal Cable Routing, and Stealth Dropper Post Routing Rear Travel: 155mm Rear Shock: RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair Fork: RockShox Pike RC 27.5 Fork Travel: 160mm Headset: FSA NO.57E Handlebar Enve Carbon DH cut to 780mm. Perfect width. Stem Race Race Respond, 45mm Grips ESI Extra Chunky black Brakes Shimano Deore with Shimano RT66 180mm Rotors Rear Shifter Shimano Deore iSpec Rear Derailleur Upgraded Shimano XT Shadow Plus with RadR aftermarket derailleur cage ISCG Tabs ISCG 05 Cranks Race Face Ride NW, 175mm Chainrings 32 Tooth Bottom Bracket 73mm Threaded Pedals Not Included Chain Shimano XT Cassette SRAM PG 1020, 11-36 Tooth with Hive Extended Range 42 Tooth Cog Rims WTB Frequency STi23 27.5 Hubs SRAM MTH 746 Tires Schwalbe Magic Mary, 27.5" x 2.35", Trailstar Evo Front // Schwalbe Nobby Nic, 27.5" x 2.35", Pacestar Evo Rear Saddle WTB Volt Comp Seatpost Upgraded Rockshox Stealth Reverb 150mm Seat Post Diameter 31.6mm Seatpost Clamp Quick Release Rear Dropout / Hub Dimensions Syntace X12 142mm

rode in Victor. view ridelog
Aug 31, 2016 at 2:01
Aug 31, 2016
quotes Quick lap
10 km - 00:56 - 1 achievements
rode in Teton Pass. view ridelog
Aug 29, 2016 at 21:02
Aug 29, 2016
quotes Afternoon Ride
23 km - 01:50 - 1 achievements
rode in Snow King Mountain. view ridelog
Aug 29, 2016 at 0:03
Aug 29, 2016
quotes Ferrins Hagen putt putt solo
23 km - 02:10
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