Transition Unveils a Bold New Wheelsize Standard - 26" Regular

Feb 17, 2016
by Transition Bikes  
Transition Bikes Triple - Photo Chris Bailey

Transition Bikes is proud to unveil the long awaited successor to the Double slopestyle bike. The Triple is everything you loved about the Double, and then some. Built to withstand the demands of the world's best slopestyle riders in a package that's fun for everyone. One size fit's all, concentric BB and sleek lines for days.

Transition Triple

Transition get's back to it's Sopestyle short travel roots with the new Triple. You don't have to wear skinny jeans and flip whip like an FMB Pro to have fun on this bike. The Triple plays homage to our past Slopestyle models like the BottleRocket and Double with some serious modern day engineering that will make your brain hurt. Stuff like a concentric bottom bracket pivot and an ultra progressive leverage rate curve for maximum boost-ability. If you like your bike packed with features then look no further. The Triple's adjustable dropouts and zero chain growth allows you to run singlespeed without a tensioner, and how about a downtube shifter mount so you can barspin for days without having to worry about your shifter. All this with updated geometry and 'one size fits all' so you don't have to rack your brain over what size to get.

Transition Triple


INTEGRATED FEATURES:
• Zero Chaingrowth Concetric BB Pivot
• Ultra short 390mm Chainstay Length
• Adjustable 10x135mm Dropouts for Gears or SingleSpeed Drivetrain
• Tapered Headtube
• Threaded 73mm Bottom Bracket Shell
• Removable Downtube Shifter Mount
• Frame Weight: 6.2 lbs.
• Complete bike USA MSRP $2599
• Frameset USA MSRP $1499

Transition Triple
Transition will however only be offering framesets in the UK with an RRP of 1199.95 GBP

Transition Bikes Triple - Photo Chris Bailey
The new Triple has naturally gotten UK freeride stalwart, Chris Smith, rather excited!

Chris Smith riding Buckland Rings dirt jumps in Lymington Hampshire 28th January 2016 pic by Matt Watson
Chris Smith riding Buckland Rings dirt jumps in Lymington Hampshire 28th January 2016 pic by Matt Watson

Transition Bikes Triple - Photo Chris Bailey
The Triple is in stock and available now. Contact your nearest Transition Bikes Dealer to get immediate Slopestyle results!


MENTIONS: @TransitionBikeCompany




141 Comments

  • + 253
 Transition still have the balls to make a 26" Enduro bike. So I bought one.
  • + 30
 Me next.
  • + 48
 #TwentySixForever
  • + 21
 #vivala26
  • + 23
 I'll see you all riding 39ers in the future.
  • - 2
 They have one! It's called the Suppressor
  • + 21
 Transition is a really nice brand! Kona got the balls too, so i bought a process 167! Big Grin
  • + 7
 I've been tempted to sell my SB66 frame and swap parts to a Suppressor, partly just because they actually make it.
  • + 5
 Not 29ers, 39ers.
  • + 6
 My cash is going on a suppressor.proper frame in a proper size..whack the difib up to full,26 is pumpin again!
  • + 2
 This bike looks soooo sexy!!!
  • - 2
 Just get a hardtail
  • + 7
 double should have had a bb pivot from day one. So many riders had troubles trying to run single speed on full suspension bikes without bb pivot including the double, just constantly going through tensioners and dropping chains it was a total nightmare. glad thats a thing of the past with a majority of the slopestyle bikes coming out.

Are people actually surprised its 26"? any other wheel size larger than 26" will never be introduced to this discipline steep lips and big wheels do not jive. 26 for life!
  • + 4
 I feel like my reign 2012 is like wine...
  • + 8
 think I will wait a year or two and see how this new wheel size pans out before I pull the trigger.
  • + 108
 I've never ridden a Transition before, but I love them simply because of their marketing.
  • + 8
 The transition patrol was one of the best bikes I've ever ridden! So much fun!
  • + 51
 They just opened their warehouse/demo center here in Bellingham. Turns out, you can demo bikes (and they do a really nice job setting them up), and all they ask for the privilege is that you donate 20 bucks to WMBC (our rather awesome local trails association). Serious kudos for that.
  • + 3
 ^^^ That's cool, I was sitting on one at a local shop last night wishing I could demo. Only had a Medium so thankfully I walked away pocket book intact haha
  • + 6
 @bighitfsr04 - it's a privilege to live in a town like Bellingham, where we have 1/2 dozen local bikeshops and two manufacturer showrooms (well, one of them is actually a bike shop as well). It's hard for an LBS to provide demos. My LBS is unfortunately closing down - they did a nice job of having demo bikes available in a variety of sizes and flavors. But damn, that's a lot of money tied up in bikes that then end up having to be sold as used later on at a bit of a loss, and the demo fees don't really make up for that. Manufacturers having demo fleets and sending them around to support their LBSs is a good thing - but I don't think that's really the solution - there's just not enough of that for most people to be able to make an informed decision.

I demoed two bikes yesterday (Transition Smuggler, Kona Process 111). They both have their own unique characteristics despite being very similar in intent and geometry. A parking lot test would not have told me that, and neither would a quick demo ride at an event somewhere. But being able to ride them back to back, ripping a lap each on one of my favorite trails, was eye opening in terms of the subtle differences. The industry really misses out if people can't get their hands on demos.
  • + 1
 @g-42, What did you think on the Transition Smuggler and Process 111? So far I've only been able to demo the 111 and absolutely loved it. I was surprised how much I liked it.
  • + 3
 @davemays - loved both. On rolly up and down pedally singletrack, they both flowed really well - super pumpable and agile and not draggy, just like you would expect out of 4 1/2" of travel.

Technical or slippery climbing seemed a little more poised on Smuggler - just a wee bit more precision in where you place your front wheel. But both have great traction and roll right on up stuff, and after trying it different ways, I ended up not even bothering riding them any way but fully open. On dirt road, the Kona bobbed a bit more, but not significantly - and for both of them the shock's pedal platform took care of that quite nicely. Surprisingly, they both climbed equally efficiently (within a minute of each other on a 40 minute climb, about 50/50 trail with some technical sections and dirt road).

Descent - both felt really confident, really fun, and really flowy and playful. The Kona was a little bit easier to throw into quick turns - probably because of the super-low standover, so it was easy to throw it over. Plus the Kona allows you to oversteer if things get sketchy (it was muddy yesterday...) - so you can break traction and slide the tail end around to get yourself out of trouble a little more easily than the Smuggler.

Frankly - these are really close in so many ways. And they're both insanely fun. Just big grins all around.
  • + 1
 @g-42 I've never demoed one , no need , they fit and they rip !
  • + 59
 I have a 26" trail do it all bike and a 27.5" trail do it all bike both are awesome fun to huck corner drop and pedal. But the 26" is just a bit more nimble and fun, and the 27.5" is slightly better at pedaling by not by much. 26" is just more fun and more playful.
I luv u transition bikes and Kona for not being total corporate sheep and keeping 26" alive.
  • - 24
flag jubs17 (Feb 18, 2016 at 8:47) (Below Threshold)
 Is that why I havn't heard anything about Kona in a while?
  • + 14
 It's because the Kona riders are OUTSIDE. I don't own a Kona. So I have no attachments in saying the new designers are putting work in. New offerings look fantastic and i don't see many sitting still..
  • - 43
flag allix2456 (Feb 18, 2016 at 9:36) (Below Threshold)
 26" wheels do not perform as well in *any* circumstances as 27.5. Nor do they outperform 29 in many ways. If you've got a bike you like in 26" keep riding it. There are more than enough parts out there to keep you happy for the next millennium. When it comes time to upgrade to a new bike you'll get a "free" set of these new-fandangled 27.5" wheels and you'll soon forget what you were whining about. It's not a corporate decision, it would be daft to sell a lower performing bike for the same price. Other than your nostalgia there would be no advantage.
  • + 20
 If all you're concerned about is "performance" while bike riding, you're missing the point.
  • - 26
flag allix2456 (Feb 18, 2016 at 10:20) (Below Threshold)
 Actually, I think you're missing the point.

-You still have your 26 inch wheels. You can still ride them, nobody is coming to take your bike from you. If you're happy with this setup and wish to continue riding it: good, there are more than enough 26" tires, and parts for your bike.

-If you do not fall into this category why do you fight the move to 27.5? Perhaps you enjoy 26" but you feel your frame design is holding you back on the trail? If so you care about performance just as much as I do.

Mountain bike design is, and always will be about the evolution of performance. If people weren't concerned with performance we'd still be riding around on cantis and rigid frames.


TL;DR Nobody is taking your 26" bike from you and you'll be able to ride it forever. You're literally crying over milk that hasn't yet been spilt.
  • + 7
 @allix2456 Sorry buddy, I don't know where you got all that from.. You projected a lot of stuff just now lol.

-I do still have a 26er, but before I bought my current frame I was going to buy a new 27.5 glory. The only reason I didn't was that I found a good deal on an Aurum frame.

-I like how 26ers ride, but I was totally willing to adjust my riding style to a 650b. I was even looking forward to the claimed stability and traction improvements.

-I'm not really concerned with performance. I ride a DH bike, not to go super fast or huge, but mostly to ride off trail freeride stuff. I need my bike and parts to be strong, slack, and long lasting. I don't care so much about shaving seconds or grams, I just need my bike to do its job with no fuss.

tl;dr You said a lot of nonsense that doesn't represent my opinions.
  • + 7
 The point, @allix2456, is that there absolutely is a place where 26" is absolutely ideal. If you don't understand that, then you ride in straight lines on smooth trails, very slowly. EVERYTHING is give and take. And note that this is a slope bike. And note how much more advanced the trick level is in the 20" world. Notice the split where big wheels split from smaller is better? There isn't a one size fits all. That's kind of a duh.
  • - 25
flag allix2456 (Feb 18, 2016 at 11:30) (Below Threshold)
 @Zimmer68
Performance applies to any aspect of your bike. It doesn't merely apply to speed or weight. The fact that you chose your current frame to be "strong, slack, and long lasting" shows that you looked at your riding style and chose the best *performing* frame taking into account the attributes you value. You value performance just as much as I do, we just prefer different measures of it.

I'm not against people riding older technology and my 17 year old Balfa reflects that. It rides well, has been bomb-proof, allows me to keep up with my friends, and has the geometry of a modern bike.

What I simply cannot understand is why people get angry about the industry moving forward when there is zero effect on them. If I can find parts for a 17 year old frame from a defunct brand that requires certain proprietary parts: people cannot complain about not being able to find parts for their 26.
  • - 21
flag allix2456 (Feb 18, 2016 at 11:38) (Below Threshold)
 @dirteveryday
You'll also note that the main focus of this thread was on trail bikes specifically from Kona or Transition. While this is a slope style article, this comment thread is not.

And if you're trying to state that a 27.5 wheel is slow, doesn't turn well, and won't handle burly terrain you're delusional. Take a look at nearly every pro-bike in the EWS or DH circuit and you'll be looking at 27.5 wheels all day.

Go ride a couple bike on some real trails then get back to me when you're more than a keyboard warrior.
  • + 5
 Haha...i have a 26" trail bike and last three bikes have all been 27.7, including the Balance i just picked up. And my 26" legend. Heres a fact :you're just having fun running your mouth while we are actually riding these things. And my bread and butter actually directly involves wheel sizes. Check my profile then type more stupid stuff
  • - 1
 @dirteveryday when it comes to going fast (and everyone loves to go fast as they can) larger wheels sure has it's advantages. I've seen a local kid on a 29er make it look like a 26 inch on lookout!
  • + 6
 Never ever said they didn't! All i said was every wheel absolutely has its place! I'm not one of those "26 for life!" guys, I'm one of those "I'm not bringing my 29er to the dj park" guys. You wouldn't see a bmx bike at rampage, right? This was a dumb thread under an article of a slope bike. Why everyone still being so dumb about wheel sizes?
Here's what i PERSONALLY prefer: i like very steep, very technical trails with ridiculous quick and snappy weird hits. That's my ideal trail for my dh bike. I do not want anything bigger than a 26" wheel.
For general trail riding around the PNW i can't tell the difference between a 27.5 and a 26. If anyone thinks they can, they are full of shit. Or at the very least aren't on very fun trails. For wide open hard pack single track that just rolls out with no jumps or hits, i would take a narrow tired 29er.
There, that's what i have learned about myself over the last few years and riding evolution. I'm not 16 years old, I'm an old bastard who can't remember never being on bikes and i trust my opinion. Only thing i think is ridiculous is fat bikes on ANYTHING other than snow and sand. Just cuz you can doesn't mean you should.
  • + 2
 A tall boy beer(500ml) tastes better and will get u drunk faster than the 355ml beer..? a 26 tastes better than a mickey..
  • + 2
 @dirteveryday, I have one of everything and can't agree more.
  • + 1
 Allix2456, please go and look up the word "Literally" in a dictionary. Thanks.
  • + 2
 @allix2456 shut the f*ck up, You crash on a 5 foot gap and you talk shit on other riders? take your 650B loving ass and remove it from this site. you dont know shit about slopestyle otherwise you'd know why this bike is 26 and should stay that way
  • + 3
 I had a dream, Dirt came and told me it doesn't like 650B or 29, the feel of the 26 is its flavor.
  • + 2
 @allix2456 amasses a grand total of well over -100 props shitting all over 26 inch wheels; rides a Balfa with 26 inch wheels.

Oh, the irony.
  • + 40
 I've got a feeling Transition is one of those companies that reads through all the comments on this page. Bought a TR500 recently because it's got a threaded BB, takes both wheel size and all. And their bikes look the part. Down to a single kidney though. Let's hope the frame lasts.
  • - 6
flag JoseBravo (Feb 18, 2016 at 8:18) (Below Threshold)
 how many kidneys do you had before buying the bike?
  • + 21
 Come on! Do we REALLY need another new wheel size "standard"?







In all seriousness, I actually really want one of these. I love my slalom bike and my DJ but I don't really have the space and money to keep both...
  • + 16
 I still want a bottlerocket. It's 2016.


Pick a wheel size and be a D*** about it! 26"!! Haha
  • + 2
 HAHAHAHA Dude I was just watching that video less than an hour ago!!! My older brother is one of those follow-every-trend biker and I stay true to the 26" (I got a 20" for some silly fun). I'm a dick to him about it while he's also a dick to me for sticking to 26.
  • + 4
 Choose your favorite wheel size and be a dick about it... just re-watched that video, cracks my ass up... 29er, ugh. If he had been on a Transition, it could have been Tranny over Tranny on Tranny. PBR Bottlerocket for life, if only they had made a Vitamin R paint job instead...
  • + 4
 I always wanted a Bottlerocket so got myself a red one with 55's and it does everything!
  • + 2
 I also have been desiring a bottle rocket for years now..
  • + 2
 "I still want a bottlerocket. It's 2016."

This.

I'd still be riding mine... If someone hadn't stolen it. That bike was a tank.

The NS Soda coil looks like it fills that void perfectly though. My NS S.U.R.G.E. is holding tough after 7 years of daily abuse, no doubt the Soda will be just as tough.
  • + 1
 Might as well go for a Soda (famous song by famous Canadian rockstar Kim Mitchell)
  • + 1
 "Might as well go for a soda, nobody hurts.. and nobody cries!"
  • + 0
 Better than slander, better than lies
  • + 15
 Dear transition, i love you
  • + 9
 That's cool. A down tube shifter mount. Besides that, I think the frame looks great. Never owned a transition, but I wouldn't mind starting.
  • + 11
 So much apostrophe confusion these days
  • + 2
 fyi for international and texan users: gets, fits, and its would have been correct
  • + 4
 Apostrophes! We need more apostrophes! Do you trust someone to design a bicycle when they don't even understand English? Imagine if they misplaced pivot locations, tube thicknesses and dropouts as readily as they do apostrophes!
  • + 8
 "One size fits all"? My 6'5" stature begs to differ. I've always wanted a slope style or street hard tail, but they just don't fit.
  • + 1
 IIRC transition offers a huge top tubes dirt frame. As well as the old Atomlab Trailking. But I would recommend a Black Market Edit1. Not just because they ride amazing, but also because you can get it in any possible top tube size since they produce them specifically for the buyer. Following their fb page theyve made every size already before, including extremely small and extremely large.
  • + 0
 There's a gentleman on here name mattty who handbuilds gorgeous hardtails in Texas. Check him out.
  • + 6
 Surly this is a April Fools day joke , who in there right mind would build a 26" bike in 2016 !!!

Kudos for showing the masses the 26" wheel is not dead !!!!
  • + 6
 It's a nice bike, I kind of want one, but I already have two nice bikes, and not enough skills.
  • + 1
 Welp, guess im working some overtime. I need to add this to my arsenal of Transition ladies. I love every single one of them and this company is so awesome! Now to figure out a name for her... Bottle rocket (Rachel), TR250 (Monica), Suppressor (Phoebe), Triple, hmmm.... (Janice, cuz she looks kinda crazy and fun!)
  • + 1
 Logged in just to say, YES.

My Double is my main bike. It does it all, and it's so much fun-- you can rip around on these bikes over everything... woosh through the woods!

Really looking forward to the Triple as my next trail/jump shred bike!!
  • + 5
 Transition makes really fun bikes, I like their whole line up.
  • + 3
 Just brought a brand new TR500, guess what I'm running? A new set of 26 inch wheels!

26 forever FTW!
  • + 2
 I've ran both the bottle and double just need a triple and I'll have ran the sequence! Transition has never let me down and always performs no matter what!
  • + 2
 There's no reason not to have a 26" wheel on that bike. Larger wheels offer nothing other than lower stiffness and more weight. There's no benefit when rolling downhill.
  • + 0
 I'm still confused wether you are joking or just clueless.
  • + 10
 No I agree. In terms of slopestyle then there is absolutely no benefit to bigger wheels
  • + 2
 Shit. replied to the wrong guy....and the wrong topic. Mah bad
  • + 5
 Long live the 26!!!
  • + 5
 Well done transition
  • + 4
 SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!
  • + 0
 26" regular a bold new wheelsize standard for slopestyle bikes? I completely missed the whole hype with the 29", 27.5", 27.5+ and 26"-fatbike slopestyle bikes these past few decades. Thanks Transition for forcing us into another new standard. Glad they at least stuck with the 20mm front axle on their complete.

I'm a bit surprised they went with the downtube shifter yet don't seem to have a mount for a gyro. At least the Nukeproof Roox had them both. How many people do run a rear mech but no rear brake on a bike like this?
  • + 1
 There is no such thing as a "gyro mount" gyros are mounted by drilling and tapping into the headltube, and seeing as an extremely small fraction of people that will buy this can barspin or tailwhip, it doesn't make sense to have it gyro ready. A DT shifter, however, is really cool and a lot of people will enjoy that regardless of their skills.
  • + 1
 Ok, thank you. The gyro mounts on my Specialized P.1 as well as on my BMX (from Stolen/Revell) are welded to the frame but apparently there is no such thing anymore. I'm still surprised to learn that the DT shifter by itself is considered really cool even though the setup doesn't detangle the rear brake cable for the odd rider willing to do a barspin or tailwhip on such a top level slopestyle bike.
  • + 4
 badass, i don't know what i'd do with it, but i want one anyway
  • + 3
 I totally loved my Bottlerocket..my Blindside..and my TR450.. Transition is keeping it real..
  • + 2
 Transition on point! Would be cool to have one just because you can do everything on it!
  • + 1
 This bike looks rad. One size fits all is unfortunate. Small and nimble is good. But anybody will ride better on a bike that suits their bodies dimensions better.
  • + 1
 Awesome Transition slope bike! Definitely dig the custom build with the Marzocchi Slope fork, I got a custom MZ Slope on my DJ.
  • + 1
 Beautiful bike. I'm currently running the Bank frame. Perhaps if I save up for 4 years I may get one of these...
  • - 2
 Ok, firstly well done to transition on the triple, it looks great and I'm sure it rides as good as it looks.
However please don't treat the MTB community as idiots saying and I quote " serious modern day engineering that will make your brain hurt. Stuff like a concentric bottom bracket pivot " Yes a concentric bottom bracket pivot is a good idea for bikes frames like these, however it is far from a new idea.....can anyone say COVE...?
  • + 2
 @mickmart skip the dj ht all together and build up one of these bad boys!
  • + 1
 ....
  • + 2
 You're insane! Gonna get me in trouble with @KDangerously!!

But I do want one now Big Grin
  • + 1
 Love the new triple but my double is still In A1 condition after 8 years now and am finding it hard to look at this...
  • + 3
 ONLY IN THE UK. C'MON
  • + 3
 oh wait the article gives a U.S. frameset price.
  • + 2
 I think it just means that the complete bike isn't available in the uk, only the frameset.
  • + 1
 makes sense
  • + 1
 Question: will I be able to truly boost on this bike without Boost spacing? /s
  • + 1
 I thought this was a new wheel size called "27-" Like 650b, only more focussed on all riding styles, and more expensive.
  • + 1
 Sweet bike, but am I the only one that thinks £1200 is a bit steep for this type of frame?!
  • + 2
 Seconded.
  • + 1
 I have Transition TR250 26" wheels and loving it...
  • + 0
 No frames in the US? f*ck that. The US is a huge market.

Oh wait, I misread that. All good! tup
  • + 1
 LOL! I did the same thing. Read from the bottom up. Coolness. :-)
  • + 1
 Think yourself lucky you're only paying $900 for the complete build over the UK price. You could make that back by selling the fork and wheels if you really wanted to build your own.
  • + 1
 But they still put Elixirs on it. C'mon
  • + 7
 Brakes just slow you down.
  • + 1
 Do those things still roll?
  • + 1
 Transition being Transition!
  • + 1
 One size fits all my ass.
  • + 1
 I'll still take a Klunker
  • + 1
 This is a mind-bogglingly sexy bike!!! O_O
  • + 1
 best company in the biz, just wish they lowered their prices
  • + 1
 Yes. I was this close to buying a TR450 a few years ago but when I actually compared the frame up close to a demo, and then compared the prices, it would have been like buying a GSXR for 1098 money.
  • + 1
 Wow another new standard heading our way - 26' bikes
  • - 1
 NICE! Stoked to see people finally coming out with slope bikes for the public. For a while it seemed like trek was the only one offering a slope frame.
  • + 2
 Many companies with dj bikes do have a similar bike with rear suspension. I think Specialized has something, YT used to have the Play (and I read somewhere that they're working on something new), you can get Rose, Canyon, Bergamont...
  • + 2
 Black market Killswitch, Dartmoor shine, NS soda slope. Morpheus has one too. Lots of people make bikes like this. It's just such a niche market nobody really advertises it.
  • + 1
 I've got an old corsair konig. They still make it too but it's gained a bit of versatility. 100-150mm travel depending on shock. Mine is 130 and still runs sweet as with new paint and parts last year. Great bike for playing at the park with my kids. Fits in the car easily because it's so small. It just needs a down tube shifter mount, or at least bottle bosses.
  • + 1
 Oh yeah, my list wasn't extensive indeed. Just to show that it is definitely not exclusively Trek and Transition making those. Maybe the DMR Bolt (not the Long version) should be on the list as well. That might be the only one that is also designed to work with 27.5" wheels, so maybe that's what the marketing department of Transition was aiming at.
  • + 1
 Killswitch is probably my favorite of the slope bikes. I almost bought a slope bike recently but decided to go with a dj instead. I'm excited to see the YT slope frame. That one will be sick too.
  • + 1
 For general riding they are perfect. More people should be on them i reckon. Much better suited to dicking about than a long enduro bike with aggressive tyres and long travel
  • + 1
 Looks like a Soda Slope, I just sold mine, that was an awesome bike-
  • + 1
 Thank you ! 20six4life !
  • - 3
 I honestly wish that they'd used a 12x142 axle. Good quality, good price 10x135 hubs are very hard to come by nowadays. You're got NS and that's about it unless you splurge on a Hope
  • + 2
 Try these; hub makers to the world and the interchangeable axels make them fit nearly anything you might have!

www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?catId=0&initiative_id=SB_20160218055932&SearchText=D882SB
  • + 2
 Try some some of the new dabomb hubs. Had mine for 6 months now. No problems whatsoever.
  • + 2
 loads off 135mm hubs about, you can buy a 12mm hub and use a converter nutted axle to fit it in the 10mm dropouts like I have on my double.
  • + 1
 yeah in Europe it's the other way round, can't buy bike with 12*142 because he struggle to find hubs.
  • + 4
 My good man you do not splurge on Hope Hubs, you invest!

I'm got a set of pro 2's on the xc bike, that have been going strong since 2012 with one bearing change.

Just got a new set of DH wheels, went for the pro 4's. With the lack of maintenance and being able to buy and replace each and every tiny part buying anything else is a false economy.

Plus it looks so good

#hopewhore
  • + 1
 Got to agree with Garpur44

You don't splurge you invest in them 100% everytime, exact reason why every one of my families bike fleet run hope except my road bike.
  • + 1
 Yip hope is an investment, I think my hope hubs are 9 years old, just change bearings when needed..
  • + 1
 never say die!
  • + 1
 I'm in love with 'em
  • + 1
 26 ain't dead !!! Smile
  • + 1
 *gets*
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