Spy Shots of Tahnée Seagrave's New Transition T11 - Fort William BDS

May 13, 2017 at 13:27
by Richard Cunningham  
Transition TR11 2017 Carbon Downhill racer

Transition kept its new T11 hidden in their pits and shooed away eager photographers, but PB shooter Ross Bell captured some spy shots of the stunning carbon DH racer as Tahnée Seagrave prepared for practice runs at the Fort William round of the British Downhill Series. The new T11 has a sleek looking carbon fiber chassis, and a completely different rear suspension that uses a Horst-Link-type four-bar configuration. The seatstay drives the downtube-mounted Fox shock through a large rocker link that hangs below the top tube.

The aluminum chassis TR500 that the team has been using was a single-pivot swingarm, which drove the shock through a seat tube tunnel. The T11 seatstay curves sharply downward where it pivots on the rocker link, presumably to raise the stay to provide more clearance for the seatstay bridge. Wheel size is 27.5-inches, and it appears that the cable and hose routing is completely external, which should be helpful for race mechanics, who may have to tear down the entire chassis daily.

Transition TR11 2017 Carbon Downhill racer
Trannsition T500
Tahnee Seagrave's carbon T11 (left) is a completely new chassis design. Compare it to the Team's aluminum framed TR500 on the right.

Transition TR11 2017 Carbon Downhill racer
A look at the new rear suspension configuration: a classic four-bar, using Horst-Link-type dropouts. It's predecessor had a single-pivot swingarm.

Transition TR11
The seatstays curve sharply downward to provide more clearance for the bridge, located above the rear tire.
Transition TR11 2017 Carbon Downhill racer
What looks to be a head angle in the 62-degree range, and simple external cable routing.

Transition TR11 2017 Carbon Downhill racer
Tahnee puts the Transition T11 to task on Scotland's world famous downhill.


  • 200 18
 If it's not a 29er it's already the stuff from yesterday... Wink
  • 22 142
flag RedBurn (May 13, 2017 at 14:23) (Below Threshold)
 Nice fail from transition
  • 8 3
 when new want to say old....xD
  • 11 40
flag thedriftisreal (May 13, 2017 at 14:49) (Below Threshold)
  • 3 17
flag Earthmotherfu (May 13, 2017 at 15:00) (Below Threshold)
 Transition to the one legged rider
  • 31 2
 I feel the need to chime in on the 29er hate, the 26 love, the 27.5 die hard converts. I figured I'd try to make some sense of everything. But I just really don't give a shit.
  • 125 33
 External housings and hoses, well made Transition. Anyone who thought internal routing is a good idea should burn in hell between Hitler and Stalin...
  • 124 11
 Well, that's a bit harsh...
  • 57 9
 @FabioPT: Ask a bike mechanic. Wink
  • 55 27
 I don't get the internal routing hate. I've had several internally routed frames. It takes maybe a couple of extra minutes to route a cable compared to externally and you don't have to mess around with zip ties or other crappy cable attachment mechanisms.

I prefer internal because there's less to go wrong (not broken zip ties) and it looks better.
  • 36 1
 @dthomp325: the second something goes wrong with an internally routed brake is when it becomes an issue. Instead of just taking a brake off and putting another on you have to disassemble the old one, remove it, then disassemble the new one to run it through and then assemble and bleed it.

If the bike is externally routed, brake comes off, brake goes on, and you're riding again. It's much better if you're racing or even just travelling with your bike. (I've actually had to do this before a race run at a bike park and I would have been screwed if my cables were internal.

Internally routed shifting is usually fine though.
  • 27 0
 @dthomp325: sadist.... As a mechanic it totally depends on the company and how they make them frame. Some are cleanly routed with internal cable guides the whole way through which take mintes, others I refer to as "poke and hope" and can take 20 mins to run a cable/housing on a bad day. That's bullshit, I'd rather snip a few zip ties and have my cable and housing switched in 2 minutes.

Don't even get me started on some companys dropper routing.... 110 degree bends in the BB area and even with the reverb connector it barely gets through....
  • 10 14
flag cwatt (May 13, 2017 at 20:15) (Below Threshold)
 @kiddlivid: I agree. Santa Cruz uses little carbon tunes inside their frames to guide the cables. No zip-ties, no mud collecting around cables, no cutting your arm up when you lift your bike into the back of a shuttle truck or onto the chairlift because you didn't cut the zip-tie close enough, just run them through and move on. I do agree there's an argument for brakes, but most people don't have a fully-built and bled brake set-up just sitting in their tool-box waiting to be swapped-on and back to the races. They're going to bleed the ones they have and likely on the bike itself. I'm fine with a race-team getting some special external mounts, but for the 99% of us, proper internal cables are the way to go.
  • 4 2
 SC and many brands have options for brake routing, meaning that all you have to do is ask when you get your bike built to have the hose run outside the frame. Most people will have no issue with the entire line when run inside, since it eliminates all chance for strikes. If you break your lever or caliper, you already need a bleed and most brakes need a bleed within their first 20 hours. Might as well get it done then and there.
  • 3 0
 @cwatt: Actually I do set of Zees but currently only the front as I leant the rear out to a friend whose caliper seized at a race last weekend, along with my spare rear wheel. Oddly enough his was internally routed so he swapped caliper and master cylinder bled the system and he was off. Luckily both brake sets were shimano.
I'm personally not a big fan of internal brake routing. The Zees came off my sons Canyon Sender which I swapped for his preferred Magura MT7 really big PITA even with a guide wire pulled through.
I'm not a fan of internal gear cable either as some of the runs can be really tight causing stiction and affect gear changing unless you regularly lube or replace cables.
  • 8 2
 @scott-townes: I took my new bike to lbs to have the internal cable an hose done. I'm a competent home Mechanic but, just don't have the area in my kitchen for stripping the brake an re,bleeding. Picked the bike up an the shop tells me they couldn't get the gear cable done despite many attempts, they told me it was impossible.
Got home an used the string an hoover method an done it in 10 mins.....
So much for qualified bike mechs
  • 5 2
 @FabioPT: that's mild dude,I remember those moments when you can't put a guide tube inside, there is no guides from the factory and you are like some crazy Eskimo on ice fishing just poking that hole for a half an hour and after nailing it you realize that front and rear derailleur cables are crossed and interfering with each other... Big Grin
  • 2 3
 @FabioPT: PS and that time when I build a Scott genius LT it needed brakes and seatpost install, you had to detach all hoses guiding them thru frame and also installing a soft foam tube cover on all of them ...
  • 3 5
 @Nobble: I guess I've never had "something go wrong" with my brake that required removing the hose, but not bleeding it. The only 3 problems I've ever had with brakes are needing new pads, needing a bleed, and levers messed up after a crash. None of those require removing the hose to fix.

What problem will removing the brake from your bike without bleeding it fix?
  • 3 0
 I have some internal cables. They dont completely suck but I see zero benefit.
  • 2 2
 @nojzilla: the real question there is qualified by whom?
  • 3 0
 @dthomp325: Seized piston, leaking seal, holed hose.
  • 1 8
flag torero (May 14, 2017 at 13:46) (Below Threshold)
 Stalin is the best human who has ever lived on planet earth. Putting it in the same sentence with Hirler is a fashion where society is rotten.
  • 1 1
 Shifting always suffers long term, housing wears out getting rubbed internally and you never know, some bikes it takes an hour to route everything, disk brake installs are the worse especially with dot fluid makes me cry...
  • 4 4
 What some certified mechanic from someone's LBS got butthurt and neg propped me? Haha its true though I wouldn't let any of those hacks touch my bike!
  • 1 3
 @chappers998: Why would you have to remove the hose from the bike to fix a seized piston or leaking seal? Neither have anything to do with the hose.

I've never seen a hold hose, but it's probably much less likely on an internally routed hose.
  • 1 1
 @torero: ok snowflake, time to break from your penguin harem and rejoin reality. really
  • 2 2
 quicker and easier to swap ot the complete brake system than go through the long winded process of swapping calipers and re bleeding. My mate (in an earlier reply) missed most of Sunday practice swapping the caliper, master Cylinder and bleeding.
  • 4 1
 @chappers998: sorry for your mate, but the "I just found out my brake doesn't work, and I don't have 20 minutes to bleed it, but I do just happen to have a spare brake with the correct length hose in my toolbox" market is pretty tiny, and it'd be dumb to optimize for it.
  • 1 2
 @dthomp325: Disagree sorry.
  • 3 0
 @dthomp325: I have 2 sets of brakes for my bike, as do lots of serious riders I know, just in case. Also, everytime i have to route a DOT brake line with the possibility of fluid left in it through a new or old carbon frame makes me cringe.

There is literally no advantage to internally routed cables. The only two I can see are cleaner lines, which is purely a form thing, and less likely to catch on something (fair enough) but what if your brake line cracks somehow and dumps fluid into your frame, or your gear housing cracks and splinters inside the downtube (good luck getting that out and getting a new one in if its stuck). How can you even tell that somethings wrong. The ability to switch out every brake, line and cable in 30 minutes on a bike can make a huge difference in a busy racer or mechanics schedule.
  • 1 4
 @kiddlivid: Maybe you should just get better brakes that you don't need to replace all the time Wink

I like the clean lines of internal routing and I suspect the vast majority of riders, including myself, swap brakes once a year or less. I highly doubt most riders, even racers bring spare brakes with them to swap in event of a failure. I've raced season upon season of XC and enduro (and a small bit of DH), and I can't say as I've ever had an unexpected brake failure that wasn't due to pad wear.
  • 2 0
 @kiddlivid: Forgot to mention that I have ripped both cables and hoses off of externally routed setups in crashes during races. Avoiding that situation and possible damage to hose seems like a bigger advantage to racers to me.
  • 2 0
 @dthomp325: boy you gonna crash and still be competitive in a race? you must be a high level racer.
  • 1 0
 @dthomp325: I'll run that by Santa cruz and tell them they've been doing it wrong on the V10.
  • 1 0
 @kiddlivid: internal droppers look so much better, but I must agree I'd rather staple a piece of paper to my forehead than install most of them
  • 1 0
 I'm still on the fence about internal routing. On my road bike it is super easy to set up. My mountain bike has only internal shifting. I would hate risking DOT fluid inside a frame. But one thing I highly recommend is the Park tool IR-1.2 Internal routing kit. It still is a PITA to do but makes it a lot easier
  • 1 0
 @pictureman1: I agree with you there, but there`s lots of bikes around with routng that pops out around the BB and then go back into the frame at the back of the seattube. This would be achieved with external routing until the seattube
  • 1 0
 @weebleswobbles: even a whisper of negative talk about a LBS in general seems to gets hate
  • 2 0
 @jcav5: Depends on the LBS, some I wouldn't trust to swap an inner tube.
  • 61 1
 carbon patrols, carbon scouts, carbon hardtails, carbon DH bikes.

Over here holding my breath for a carbon smuggler @TransitionBikeCompany
  • 5 1
 Yes please.
  • 99 1
 Can't wait for the Carbon Klunker
  • 13 0
 @GabrielDugas: Klunker means testicles in danish.
You're welcome.
  • 5 0
 @Christopop: That's the most awesome thing ever. I hope transition staff are aware of this.
  • 4 0
 Don't forget the carbon Rapture! This is gunna get a lot of down votes, I know it haha!....In my defense, it's great training and you can arrive in full DH kit and people will think it's still awesome :p
  • 48 4
 Poor guys spent 50k on new molds and now everyone is going for 29ers.
  • 31 46
flag stacykohut (May 13, 2017 at 18:49) (Below Threshold)
 i really hope the uci does the right thing and limits dh wheelsize to a maximum of 27.5. other sports have done it to keep the smaller manufacturers in the game.
  • 19 26
flag weebleswobbles (May 13, 2017 at 19:35) (Below Threshold)
 @stacykohut: I think you are on to something
  • 21 16
 @weebleswobbles: I agree. We're in the middle of an arms race and the deeper pockets have the advantage.
  • 24 6
 @stacykohut Yeah but shouldn't DH be about going as fast as possible?
Look what happened to formula 1, the new rules put in place to limit engine power took some of the excitement out of it. Almost all of the drivers opposed the new regulations.
Personally I'm pretty excited to see what's goes down in Fort William with the 29ers.
  • 19 14
 @Murph86: i believe there should be a production rule for dh like ama sx/mx.

i believe there should be maximum wheel sizes for dh, like there are maximums in f.i.s. dh ski racing.

a bigger person just can't have a bigger ski on the alpine world cup, there are maximums...and minimums too i believe.

let the innovations come to shocks, drive trains, tires and frames etc.

but wheel size needs to be regulated for the sake of the smaller teams and manus who make up all the other people in world cup races who help make the show what it is and to help those in the top 20 legitimize their positions at the top of the sport.

the racers who will never break into the top 20 deserve at least a fightin chance to compete by being on the same wheel size as the big dogs. even if it is just for optics...........and i'm not talking optics as in how good the bikes look, i'm talkin from a spectator and fans point of view.........
  • 6 1
 I reckon the teams/riders should choose thier size an stick to it for the season... Think aboot it, it's obvious each size has its advantages and disadvantages so the gains on one track can be hindering on another. The tall riders get a bike that fits an no one can say it's unfair cos they can't swap to tweeners when the track gets tech
  • 19 2
 1. the bike has much much much less influence on the race outcome than the rider sitting on top of the bike. 2. 29 inches is a standard wheel size and has been around for way longer than 27.5 so excluding 29ers doesnt make sense 3. small companies get fucked over by the bigger companies anyway as they can pay the better riders more money which is, as i said before, a far bigger influence on the outcome of a race 4. if you all really are so upset by the bigger wheels perhaps you should be thinking of telling the UCI to make the courses more tight and winding and challenging rather than just the wide open straight courses we have at the moment. make courses where smaller wheels are actually faster. that will ease your discomfort about seeing a different wheel size and make the entire watching experience more enjoyable for the audience
  • 5 5
 @jordanneedsafork: 1) Explain time differences with the exact same rider by just changing wheel sizes. 2) The time that 29er's have been around has nothing to do with inclusion/exclusion. Logical fallacy. 3) Companies like Yeti and Transition are small companies, yet have some of the best riders. YT is still small and has Gwin, Lacondeguy, and Zink. 4) UCI has limits on everything from team jerseys to go pros placements - why not just standardize wheel sizes?
  • 2 3
 @Thustlewhumber: 2) not only a logical fallacy, it's untrue.
29 and 27.5 are not "wheel" sizes, they are marketing BS... 29ers share the same ISO bead seat diameter (622mm) as road/trekking bikes which are called 28" (which is pretty much an arbitrary number as well). 27.5 (650b) dates at least back to the 50s (probably older) and was used on mtb by schwinn and raleigh back in the 80s (obviously didn't last). The 27.5 monicker was a marketing idea to put them in relation to the established 26/29 teminology. In reality 650b is much closer to 26 than 29...
  • 38 2
 Well I know freeride and dirt jumping ain't dead so 26' is still live and kicking
  • 9 17
flag rageking123 (May 13, 2017 at 18:28) (Below Threshold)
 alot of freeriders ride 27.5 and aggy even used 27.5 plus sized on his rampage rig
  • 11 2
 @rageking123: no they don't
  • 4 3
 @Kitejumping: to my surprise, yes they kinda do. Look a the new Furious which is a prime exemple.
  • 5 0
 yeah but.... He did have that horrendous crash and.. Next time we see him he's back on the carbon/26 bike......

I was stoaked for the new new Furious after riding the original for 5years but the tweener wheels are a disappointment. A simple axle flip chip would've made it perfect
  • 2 1
 @Kitejumping: Vinny T rides 650b wheels and it doesn't hold him back in the least!
  • 2 1
 @Balgaroth: the few that are forced to use 650b cause of their sponsors are the outliers.
  • 1 0
 @Kitejumping: Vinny T isn't forced to use 650b as both his Gambler and Voltage can be run with smaller wheels. He just prefers to do so!
  • 26 3
 You know your wheel size is a dying breed when 27.5 is edgier than 29er lmao
  • 46 0
 Remember when they came out with their 26" carbon Covert then 27.5 hit the next year?
  • 21 11
 Wait... 26" was a wheel size??
  • 19 3
 my bet is 29" DH bikes won't outsell 650b, same as 29" enduros are less popular than 650b
  • 23 4
 @iamluke: 650b has no benefit apart from speed vs 26, still became industry standard in DH, Same shit different day for 650b vs 29er
650b was just a one stop hype train to wagonwheelville
  • 6 1
 2019 year of the 33 wheels.. because I could use four more inches!
  • 18 1
 @justincs: "I could use four more inches"

ah, yes.... couldn't we all?
  • 3 6
 650b has fucked it. Five years down the track they will be less common than 26ers
  • 3 0
 650b was never anything more than a way to ease the markets onto 29ers
  • 5 0
 @jordanneedsafork: Hahaha giant must be shitting bricks!

"650b is better in almost every respect. We have an end game planned for 29ers."
  • 2 1
 @ripdogg1: good friend of mine rides a carbon covert 26". It's what he likes. He stands a mighty 5'3" tall. Doesn't see why he has to ride wagon wheels. The guy is one of the best and most powerful riders I personally know.
  • 20 0
 Looks like a Myst. Other than possibly the fact that the myst was a linkage activated single pivot. I like it, not that my opinion matters.
  • 12 23
flag foggeloggliod (May 13, 2017 at 14:47) (Below Threshold)
 well its being made in China, so its going to look like a lot of bikes
  • 3 1
 Does look kind of like the Myst but still the geometry and the line of the bike you can definitely tell it's Transition!!! I was wondering when they were gonna come out with a carbon DH bike!!!! Rad!!! I would like to see one go down Redbull Rampage this fall or next!!!!! Smile Smile
  • 3 0
 @treekilla: Is it made in China or Taiwan?
  • 2 1
 @jaame: what does it matter?
  • 7 0
 @Singletrackmac: huge difference honestly, taiwan has since day one been at the forefront of carbon manufacturing. Top class materials, plenty of know how and somewhat environmentally conscious, whereas China. . . is just China. You'll notice all the top brands are made in taiwan and not China.
  • 22 1
 Nice, pretty soon I'll be able to get a cheap used TR500
  • 6 9
 check my profile mate, i'll sell you my tr500
  • 1 3
 I've been trying to sell my frame, but no luck. Medium neon yellow, DVO Jade with ti spring, Zee brakes, Zee derailleur, XT shifter, E13 chainguide, headset. $1400
  • 17 4
 Clicked for spy shots of tahnee seagrave only found pictures of a obsolete wheeled bike.
  • 1 0
 I clicked for the bike. Never click for the bike or your life will suck.
  • 13 4
 Looks great. It is no longer preagnant.
  • 5 2
 I never liked the curved downtube either. Call me vain, even if it functions well - if I don't like the looks of it, I'm not riding it.
  • 6 0
 @sledMXer: the design was based on a seahorse
  • 6 0
 No longer preganté
  • 1 0
 @hairy-g: You win all the things.
  • 9 0
 "spy"??? it's a race....#hypethethread
  • 7 0
 Sweet upgrades = Transition DH..... it's about time Transition did something to their DH bike!!!!!!! Wink Wink
  • 11 2
 Less bike, more tahnee!!
  • 8 1
 probably a 3.5K frame option - wonder if an Alu version will be made.
  • 2 1
 I hope so Frown
  • 2 0
 Knowing Transition, they like to offer everything to the market and try not to single people out. As they've moved into the carbon world over the past few years, they've still kept the alu versions. Just glad to see the new DH design!
  • 7 0
 Hawt! PLEASE make it in a proper XL!
  • 2 3
 Alright Hagrid
  • 7 2
 I'm eyeing up a new FUN DH bike. If they have kept a threaded BB, this could be it.
  • 4 2
 You know wheels manufacturing makes a threaded Pressfit....
  • 2 1
 putting a converter in isnt gonna stop the fact that pressfit is shite. itll still creek and be awful. its not jsut about ease of installation
  • 3 0
 @jordanneedsafork: So many nice bike's now but the Presstit really kills all of them all for me. all these dope carbon bikes and yet its Presstit, stupid asses
  • 2 0
 @jordanneedsafork: nope deffintly doesnt creak. Been riding on them for over 3 years with no issue.

Other plus side is the bearings can be replaced without taking pressfit body out of the bike which means no more buying the whole thing just 24 bucks in bearings.
  • 8 3
 Looks production ready. Just in time to be rendered obsolete by 29er DH bikes. It can join that new Norco in irrelevance.
  • 6 1
 New Transition 29er.. September #rumourmill
  • 2 0
 I'm surprised how long it took this bike to break cover. Thane's mechanic was riding one of these at Bromont last year the week before St Anne. It would be cool to know how many times it changed since then.
  • 2 0
 Its a great Park bike. If you shuttle or get a park pass this is a solid looking ride. Horst link lets the suspension work when your braking. I like wrenching on my own bike so i prefer they external cables.
  • 1 0
 And few could tell the difference on the Turner between faux bar and its predecessor Horst link !! Great marketing by DT So like most marketing BS, yet more assumptions and jounos proved incorrect !!
  • 3 0
 @Murfdog: The Horst link was created more than a decade ago. It was created out of need for a rear suspension
that is less effected by braking than a single pivot suspension.
Specialized was so blown away by the performance that they bought the rights to the patent.
The Horst link works and has been used on many different bike brands.
the reason for placing the pivot on the seat stays was to get around the patent.
Horst link is no marketing BS.
But then any one with experience on many different suspensions including the Horst link would know exactly what I a talking about.
  • 1 0
 With the current trend, you would have thought they'd go all out 29er. I mean with Rachel Atherton yielding to the niner gods, the women not running 29ers will have there work cut out to say the least, to be sure. But still, lovely looking bike. Peace!
  • 5 0
  • 5 2
 Sweet bike but a little late to the party
  • 2 0
 "Kevin: With the Carbon Covert the timing was about as bad as you could get. It took longer than it should have – that one was a painful pill to swallow. We'd been in talks with the bigger component and suspension companies and they were talking about 650B, but at the time we thought that there was a good delineation between 26” and 29”. It didn't go on our radar as soon as it should have."

Deja Vu all over again?
  • 6 3
 those wheels are too small apparently.......
  • 4 1
 Absolutely stunning! Can't wait to have these in stock!
  • 3 0
 Looks like quite a short shock
  • 3 0
 TR250 carbon would be sweet!
  • 5 6
 This stupid wheel game is out of control. It's like all the Hollywood hip hop/rappers with their wheel size on their obnoctious road SUV's. First it was 20" wheels. Sitting on Dubs. Then 22". Then 24". Then 26" and so on. What a racket.
I believe normal riders don't need a bigger wheel to go faster. 90% rider and 10% bike. It's insane to see how the general public falls into these marketing scams. Suckers. If we don't buy 29" products they won't make it. Transition has nothing to worry about. Forget 29" wheels. They look so big and ugly. Sure they might be faster sometimes. But bikes look horrible with a huge wheel. It's ugly. k hear those road bike spandex monkeys mentioning how they can get into riding mountain bikes now.
Whatever. I'm going back to motocross. This game changes way to much. Hahah
Transition. Way to go with a upgraded dh. Looks sick. Love you guys and wish you well. Tr5000000 rocked.
  • 1 1
 Cry me a river and gtfo of here
  • 1 0
 I feel sorry your caught up in the mix up @mollow:
  • 3 0
 Looks very good!
  • 6 4
 29er should have been added to the bike design ...
  • 1 0
 Well, not the Santa Cruz V1029..
  • 3 0
 Beauty ride for sure!
  • 3 0
  • 2 0
 Finally the bike she has deserved from Transition!
  • 2 0
 Looks nice..... But 650 beta max....
  • 3 1
 Why the rear shox looks so short?
  • 3 5
 Go get it Tahnee!!! I'm rooting for you all the way this season. Put that wagon wheel shit to bed. That bike looks like it fits you like a glove. I don't care if 29" wheels are like having a rocket up your ass 29" sleds are simply ugly imho. No amount of geo tweaking can change the fact that those wheels just look ungainly on a raked out Mtb. Keep em for roadies and xc high posters!
  • 2 0
 Will this be 26 compatible aswell like the previous tr dh's?t
  • 1 0
 Not so sophisticated linkage design it looks like transition bottle rocket...
  • 2 1
 Looks like a Trek Sess... No, seriously, looks like the baby from a Pivot Phoenix and a Devinci Wilson. I like it though!
  • 2 1
 That's a long lower link on that VPP Razz
  • 5 3
  • 1 1
 The new design looks amazing. Great job @transition. I hope the new Patrol gets the same updates.
  • 1 0
 if its presstit, I'm out.
  • 1 2
 Please make it with just one 200mm setting. No more 200/180 on same bike. Should have kept the 250 in the line and made the 500 a straight out DH/Park bike.
  • 1 0
 Anyway I believe the external routing is just for the prototype
  • 1 1
 Lets hope the BB Yoke area doesn't clog with mud and rocks and jam the suspension.
  • 2 2
 All these 29ers are on alu DT swiss rims, not carbon.
  • 2 2
 Shut up and take my money!!
  • 1 0
 Improvement TR500 ^.^
  • 2 1
 one beautiful bike
  • 3 3
 27.5? Looks like Rachel is going to win the whole season again...
  • 1 0
 Except not - Radon Bikes' Manon Carpenter takes the win at British Downhill Series Fort William - pushing Tahnée Seagrave into 2nd
  • 1 0
 Stuff, Stuff, give
  • 1 2
 Can't believe she's running a roadie wheel up front , I'm gonna fit one NOW
  • 1 1
 Oh...single-pivot is dead !

...who is next ? KONA ?
  • 1 2
 That looks super sturdy and super sexy!! And I'm not speaking about Tahneè this time ahaha
  • 1 0
  • 2 2
 TR11 looks like $$$$!
  • 4 5
 this bike does n o t need to be a 29r
  • 1 1
  • 1 2
 looks like the Taiwanese designed a new frame for transition.
  • 5 7
 Finally a good looking Transition DH bike!!! Awesome!!!
  • 1 3
 Carbon FSR
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