Transition Revolution 32 & 36

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Transition Revolution 32 & 36


32 Reviews for Revolution 32 & 36

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 32's are the staple wheelset for pretty much all fun mountain biking. Strong, not too heavy for the price, and look good as well. You will spend almost triple to get anything better. I've had a set of 28's too, they're good, but not much lighter than 32's.
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 Such a great wheel.. I only have a 36 on the rear (the older model with the all the stickers between the spokes) but I really want to get a 32 up front. The 36 is a bit heavy but it's been through hell and back without much to show for it Smile I strongly recommend this product!!
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 this product is strong, sexy, and overal performs amazing i highly recomend this bar for most bikes. Transition has spent loads of time figuring out the best shape, weigh, size and everything for the maxium results. This product is definately worth the cost because you will run into no problems, and if you do transition will fix them very fast because they are such an amazing company
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 Put these on my hardtail. White with Red rims. After one week they still look new, holding true so far after jumping/trail riding. Seems like they can take a pretty nasty case and do just fine. I run 50 - 60 psi on my street profile tires though. Love em
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 They just kick ass, for the price i doubt you'll find a tougher wheelset. and they look dope too. Mine have taken hits that have flatspotted rims of the same price (ie sunn MTX s-types) and are still rolling pretty much perfectly straight. Check them out you most definetly will not be dissapointed.
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 Release Date 2009
Price $604
Weight 2267.96 g
Color Options Diffusion Silver, Diffusion Black (AM)
Travel 95-140mm mm Travel - refers to the distance the wheel can move in respect to the frame. Typically measured in millimeters, most forks range from 80 to 203 mm of travel
Spring Coil
Crown Single
Body Type Magnesium, Maxle 360 20mm, IS disc mount
Rebound External Rebound Rebound - is how quick your fork returns to a fully extended position after being compressed. Almost all after-market forks feature external rebound adjustment for easy fine tuning.
Stanchion material 32mm, 7000 series straight wall Aluminum, low friction anodized with travel gradients
Steer Tube 1.125
Damping Motion Control Damping - The process of absorbing the energy of impacts transmitted through the forks or rear shock during the compression stroke, and absorbing the energy of the spring during the rebound stroke.
DropOut Options Maxle
Compression Low speed compression to 'Lock' with external Floodgate
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 Release Date 2009 Price $604 Weight 2267.96 g Color Options Diffusion Silver, Diffusion Black (AM) Travel 95-140mm mm Travel - refers to the distance the wheel can move in respect to the frame. Typically measured in millimeters, most forks range from 80 to 203 mm of travel Spring Coil Crown Single Body Type Magnesium, Maxle 360 20mm, IS disc mount Rebound External Rebound Rebound - is how quick your fork returns to a fully extended position after being compressed. Almost all after-market forks feature external rebound adjustment for easy fine tuning. Stanchion material 32mm, 7000 series straight wall Aluminum, low friction anodized with travel gradients Steer Tube 1.125 Damping Motion Control Damping - The process of absorbing the energy of impacts transmitted through the forks or rear shock during the compression stroke, and absorbing the energy of the spring during the rebound stroke. DropOut Options Maxle Compression Low speed compression to 'Lock' with external Floodgate
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 They work, they stay true, and you don't have to think about them. They just work. One issue - the cassette starts to create an indent on the hub splines. This could, however, be an issue with the cheap cassettes I use (grad school eats my bike part money).
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 Ok so this wheel set is amazing i have ridden it for two seasons now and it has only gotten trued once it took a week at whistler and a week in sunpeaks last summer plus numerous days of trail riding at home. Right now there are about 3 spokes missing in my back wheel and it is still almost 100% true. By far the strongest most affordable wheel set on the market
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 They shipped to my house a few hundred miles away in less than a day with only standard shipping (saving my trip to whistler). whistler was their first test about 3 months ago and since then i have only tensioned them once. they are really strong, not noticeably heavier than my old bontrager big earl wheels, are a great price, and i know first hand that they guys backing these products are good guys
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 amazing wheels, amazing price, what can go wrong. there super strong and have a really silent rear hub which i love. if your looking for the best wheelset for the money, this is it, there jsut amazing wheels
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 LUSH Razz i love these wheels so glad im getting them for my bike, mates got a pair of them and there sweet and light. Cant wait intil mine come , goin 2 be so happy , will improve my ridin style 2 Big Grin
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 Just got a set of 36's used on this site, and they are a huge improvement over my old wheels. Stiff and hard to get them to budge on crappy landings. Good quality for the price range, and they look pretty pimp.
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 I've got a set of the 36's and they're a great wheel. The 10mm rear axle feels solid. I've got a set of Azonic outlaes that don't feel this good. The color option is cool too.
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 Bought the 32's and have abused them for a year now. They are still holding up fine and have lots of life left in them. They aren't the lightest but they are durable and inexpensive.
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 I have run these wheels for DH race, DJs, freeride, and trails...solid wheels with great color options...durable, affordable, stylish, and if you ever have problems, you have a great company backing them up...
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 I was riding these wheels since 2 years and no play on the rims. I'm not exactly slim but these wheels are a good choice for a alot of sort of riding. Closed eyes choice for me !
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 revolution 32 wheels are heavy but they are tanks! they take a lot of hits before they come out of true, even with a few loose spokes. they also look good and spin smoothly
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 Nobody needs the 36, but the revolution 32 is awesome for the price. Although heavy, these wheels are very solid, roll fast, and take impacts well.
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 Have 2 sets; 1 on a Sinister DNA dirt jumper & also on a Dirtbag used for downhill. Very strong rims, can take the hits without getting out of round.
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 buy these if your looking for any type of wheels DOIT its an awsome wheel and doesent beak easly, and also looks super rad on any bike .
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 they are soo soo nice and they are extreely ligt. Also they are a decent price. The colour choices is superb u can vertually have any colour u want
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 super strong wheel set at a great price with a low weight and a great look, keep you and your bike happy y throwin some revolution 32-36s on
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 These are really great. You won't regret getting them, they're money well spent. They handle well and i have yet to have an issue.
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 Strong, stiff, cheap & good lookin'. Best off-the-shelf wheels I've ridden. Really quiet free-hub which isn't to everyone's taste but no performance issues to date.
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 Ran the 32 hole, blue hub version for a while. Tough wheelset for freeride and DH. The price/value is great and they look awesome!
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 transition makes high quality rims and if you put them on your transition frame, its nearly bulletproof
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 im planning on getting them in the near future.. i've heard everything great about them! hopefully they pay off!
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 really a super wheelset even if they were 2x the $$. super stiff with the 10mm rear. color choices...who else has as many?
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 Super affordable in a tuff package. They look great on my TR. But what else would you expect from Transition.
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Transition Revolution 32 & 36 (MSRP $319) — Revolution 32 & 36 Wheelsets At Transition Bikes we know how freeriders go through wheelsets, that is why we are introducing the Revolution Wheelset. Designed with strength in mind and value. Seeing that most freeriders go through more wheels than any other component, we designed a wheelset to take more abuse but also be affordable when you needed to replace them or upgrade your tired wheels. Available in 32mm wide 32 hole option as well as our burly 36mm wide 36 hole set. The fronts are sealed 20mm through axle and the rears are 135mm spacing with a solid 10mm quick release axle that locks your wheel down. 26" front and rear wheels 32mm width rim with 32 hole option or 36mm width rim with 36 hole option 14g stainless steel black spokes Sealed Cartridge Bearings (2 front, 4 rear) Black brass nipples Alloy 6061 rim with eyelets 20mm through axle front Wheelsets come standard with QR axle but nutted axles are available.

Specifications Compare to other Wheels

Price $319
Weight (32 Wheelset) - 2150g (36 Wheelset) 2750) g
Color Options Black w/Black Hubs, Red w/Gray Hubs, White w/Black, Red, Gold, Blue or Green Hubs, Chocolate Brown with Gray Hubs
Hub Dimensions 135mm x 10mm or 12mm
Wheel diameter 26"
Riding Genre DH/Freeride
Rim width 32mm or 36mm
Spoke Count 32 or 36

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