Spy Shots: Transition's New Sentinel Long-Travel 29er

Jun 27, 2017 at 12:09
by Richard Cunningham  
Day 1 of the 2017 NAEC race held at Silver Mountain in Kellogg ID.


PB photographer Colin Meagher captured some spy shots of Transition's new Sentinel 29er trail bike at the NAEC enduro at Silver Mountain in Kellogg, Idaho. The Sentinel has an all-aluminum chassis that looks pretty slack in the steering department as 29ers go, and taking some ballpark measurements from the photos, the effective seat tube angle appears to be quite steep. "Effective" is the word, because the seat tube makes an S-turn to capture the rocker link pivot and to provide wheel clearance for the conventional Horst-Link four-bar suspension

That S-turn suggests that Transition has given the new Sentinel a generous amount of wheel travel (I'm guessing 150 millimeters). Speculation aside, the bike is obviously in the late production stages, so all will be revealed soon enough. With nearly every brand pushing big wheels at the moment, the Sentinel's appearance should not be a surprise, but for Transition fans, it may be exactly what the doctor ordered.
Day 1 of the 2017 NAEC race held at Silver Mountain in Kellogg ID.
The Sentinel's top tube dips low to maximize stand-over clearance. The S-bend in the seat tube simplifies the rocker pivot location and makes room for its big rear wheel at full compression.





200 Comments

  • + 192
 Cant tell if thats the real color or if I'm still color blinded by that Intense. I can see the Fox orange fork though. I still think its sexy either way.
  • + 4
 Comment of the day!!!!
  • + 5
 This comment didn't make sense to me..... now it does. I'm seeing spots.
  • - 5
flag jrocksdh (Jun 27, 2017 at 20:03) (Below Threshold)
 Why fox, why? Hurting so many eyes.
  • - 3
 Holy horse cock of a seat post length!
  • + 51
 I bought a 2017 bike at the end of last year. I thought I had it all covered: metric shock, boost standard, and hecking 27,5 wheels. Now I am fearing for my life it will be outdated soon, help me.
  • + 4
 I'm in the same boat, bought a meta v4.2 cause it had every new standard going, looks like its all 29ers now!
  • + 6
 @toad321: it seems like it depends on who's winning the races haaaa. this weekend UCI will be interesting
  • + 2
 @toad321: Haha I've got that one as well. On the bright side it is a pretty sweet bike though.
  • + 58
 *loud booming voice* Help is at hand my child.... let me show you the ways of the 2006 BigHit... soon you will have no worries, no fear, and a mountain of 26" spares taller than you ever did see, fit for a king. Come.. *windchimes*
  • + 31
 bike industry doin a bamboozle
  • + 13
 Nah don't worry dude. 27.5 ain't going anywhere.
  • - 4
flag molloser (Jun 27, 2017 at 13:20) (Below Threshold)
 @ThomDawson: I hope not. It seems to be a good all-around size for trails. I've ridden trail bikes of all wheel sizes, and the 29ers don't seems to corner well. A 275 still seems to have what it takes to rip.
  • + 32
 You are better off than me. I bought a new Nomad late 2017, and a new nomad is already out. But we both should be happy to own bikes, and being able to ride it, there are people who will never experience the joy of MTB.
  • + 4
 They will all be 29er/27.5+ within a year.
  • + 20
 I also bought a 2017 but mine doesn't even have a metric shock or boost spacing. Not sure it's even ridable anymore D:
  • - 2
 @ThomDawson: Correct, but if the frame can't fit 2.8" it's not compatible with the new normal tire width.
  • + 9
 @toad321: Makes you wonder, will Commencal call it Meta v4.29 or round it to v4.3?
  • + 44
 Shoot, I'm still havin' fun on my 2012 26" Bandit. Dates and standards mean nothing unless you decide they do!
  • - 1
 @jclnv: 2.5-2.6 is the new normal width
  • + 14
 Man... I guess you'll just need to start hating your bike way quicker than anticipated. If only they would have told you that there's an 8 month limit on the fun you can have with a new bike.
  • + 13
 @dudeism : Just ride & enjoy your new bike. Internet biking is about fashion and what is the latest. REAL biking is about shredding whatever you have and spinning those wheels either they are 29, 27.5, 26 or 2567.75. Ride your bike dude!
  • + 14
 I bought a 2010 bike at the beginning of 2 summers ago. I figure I have it all covered: rear suspension - yes, carbon front triangle, 26" wheels, disc brakes, converted it to a 1x11.

Turns out it's still fun to ride.
  • + 9
 trust me, new doesn't mean better!
  • + 1
 @dudeism just enjoy the bike and the cheaper prices of the outdated components. You'll want a new bike before you run out of stuff anyway
  • + 4
 slacked out, 150mm 29ers. We may not all be riding Giant bicycles, but at this rate we'll all going to be riding giant bicycles and will need bigger trails to boot.
  • + 2
 @jollyXroger: V4.29 would be siiiick, I haden't even thought of that as a possibility!
  • + 1
 @ClaytonMarkin: You read it here first. Wink
  • + 1
 that's why I still ride my 2012 GT force 2.0
  • + 3
 @abzillah: Can you please go to this year's time-traveler meet-up? I've been the only one there for 1,600 years!
  • + 4
 Everything is outdated by the time you buy it, just ride and enjoy the journey don't buy into the industry trap!!
  • + 1
 @toad321: How do you like the bike? Im thinking of getting one.
  • + 4
 @src248: Only if it has a bottle cage. But not just any cage a Boost Plus Metric side load one, not possible to hydrate without.
  • - 1
 @MTBreh: I've decided they do
  • + 1
 27.5 is dead, hombre.
  • + 1
 @VZLNMTB: i feel for ya..i don't miss all those links, cups,.and whatnot to service.
  • + 4
 @jaydawg69: I disagree. 2.6" for 29" and 2.8" for 650b. Scott have it right IMO.
  • + 7
 @molloser: Don't know what 29ers u been on but mine rails corners!
  • + 1
 275 is dead
  • + 4
 My 26er is getting more valuable by the day!
  • + 1
 most shops aren't even stocking 27.5" tires anymore.. your screwed
  • + 1
 Riding '14 banshee rune with 26" wheels, life is as good as it gets!
  • + 3
 @abzillah: Late 2017 it's only June?
  • + 1
 @Lurch-ECD: #27.5isstillalive
  • + 2
 @MTBreh: Agreed, I'm still loving my 2011 Meta 4X, no desire to change it.... and parts just keep getting cheaper Smile
  • + 1
 @Dethphist: The most fun!
  • + 1
 @nickkk: other then the fact that the big hit was one of the ugliest dh bikes going!!
  • + 2
 @mhoshal: *booming belly laugh* poor child...no sense do you make, the woosh just then? the joke you missed sailing by.. now, come little one! let me teach you the meaning of TRUE beauty... *thumbs copy of Dirt from 2004
  • + 2
 why would it be outdated... 29ers are just another option, not replacing 27.5. Get over it.
  • + 1
 still reppin the streets with a 2014 wilson carbon 26"
  • + 2
 @RafaelH: 2012 wilson here. Still love it and its not worth enough money to sell so I'll ride it till I can't ride DH anymore then give it to a 12 year old.
  • + 2
 @molloser: Different strokes for different folks.....Put me on any bike and I'll rip it. Just have to get used to the "personality". Long travel 29" bikes like to go up and over things instead of around them.
  • + 1
 @headshot: not really!
  • + 1
 @lee-vps-savage: Yeah, the new nomad that is out now in June 2017 is the 2018 model.
  • + 2
 @MTBreh: still rockin the Shit out of my 26er. Its all about living the bike you have. I built mine from frame up so it's exactly what I want not what the industry says I should want.
  • + 24
 Im surprised he could pick that bike out as a non-production bike and think to take spy photos. There is no way I would notice that bike as being a pre-production "secret" bike while walking around the pits. Props for the catch.
  • + 46
 I'm sure it was staged.... nothing like spy shots to create some buzz
  • + 10
 I was there and did a double take walking by and went back to take a closer look... it was just leaning in a public area. So this deffinately wasn't staged in the slightest.
  • + 1
 Who was riding it?
  • + 4
 @jaydawg69: Creates hype. Have riders shopping for new rides take notice and possibly wait for next bike.
  • + 7
 @Rhymer: Co-owner Kevin Menard, by the looks of that seatpost length.
  • + 2
 Those orange forks always catch you let attention
  • + 3
 Lars Sternberg was racing there so that's my guess @Rhymer:
  • + 7
 Clearly you don't spend enough time on PB Lol
  • + 18
 Seems we're witnessing across all the bike brands a transition to long travel 29ers
  • - 8
flag jaydawg69 (Jun 27, 2017 at 13:55) (Below Threshold)
 yet 275 keep winning EWS races... only shorter travel 29ers have done well in mens on groomed tracks.
  • + 16
 @jaydawg69: Cough cough Tracy Mosely??Greg Callghan!!
  • + 1
 I love my Transition Scout--my favorite bike I've owned(despite that I keep cracking it!), but now I'm starting to think I need to stock up all 27.5 parts for when it's "obsolete"! I'd go back to 26 if I could! Mtn bikes are changing faster than phones now....I'm still using my Iphone5S
  • + 6
 #puntrainfail
  • + 2
 @graeme187: It got rolled right over by those 29er wheels.
  • - 1
 @rideonjon: Greg Callahan has also won on 275 but you failed to read my comment on short travel 29ers winning on groomers. TM would win on 24" wheels.
  • + 1
 @GlassGuy: how and where are you cracking it?
  • + 1
 @Bullit-Boy: I'm on my 3rd chainstay. I'm 6'4, 210 and a pretty rowdy rider, so my bikes take some abuse
  • + 14
 As much as I love my roided out Smuggler this will definitely be my next bike. Can't wait to see more of the details. Curious whether it will be boost or not.
  • + 3
 Also curious, surely they've got to go boost eventually?
  • + 6
 agreed, also own a smuggler and am hoping for a frame only swap over!
  • + 1
 @ThomDawson: I think those new carbon HTs they just put out are. But the rep made a joke about boost when I asked him about this bike a month or so back. As much as I'd love a direct frame swap, boost should help keep the chainstay length manageable?
  • + 8
 Just got a smuggler, Love it! The boyz at transition know what they're doin!
  • + 1
 @ThomDawson: I hope not.
  • + 12
 Don't think Transition has ever made a bike that didn't make me drool over the looks. Simple, clean, and bombproof are a winning combo. Cheers boys!
  • + 8
 So good. An affordable yet aggressive 29" enduro with long-travel about to be thrown onto the market!

And no 11.000$ price tag - and that is without pressfit bearings, can You believe this?!?!
  • + 9
 nice wheels & tires...can't beat em join em. about time really, been using their suspension design long enough.
  • + 1
 I see you
  • + 8
 You mean for a whole three years since the patent expired, like many other companies?
  • + 1
 Nice catch!
  • + 9
 Still waiting on the Carbon Smuggler....
  • + 1
 It will never show..????
  • + 4
 Some people believe that dogs are useless, too. This hurts my feelings as I believe there is merit to garbage spilling, floor defecating and confused zooming-about-the-house. Am I just a 29'er to you guys?
  • + 1
 LOL!
  • + 5
 Looks like that S-bend really limits your seatpost insertion. Us guys with normal length legs are gonna have to run 100mm droppers again.
  • + 0
 That's what I noticed as well. Unless you're happy for a seat to be banging into your gentleman's sausage all day long.
  • + 4
 Hell yes! I've been waiting for this. I hope they keep it aluminum, no need for carbon. Can't wait to read the official specs. Maybe the Sentinel will be my Alp bike instead of the Wreckoning.
  • + 4
 Ride what you like, Ride what you want. I was at a demo with Transition not long ago. Most of them at the booth told me they ride long-forked Scouts as they're personal rigs for their home trails. I preferred the Patrol.
  • + 2
 That's believable. The Scout is much more capable than anyone would think, I'm keeping up or passing some friends on shuttle runs who ride bikes with inc(es) more travel. I'm Currently thinking of going to 150 just to see how far I can push the line with this bike and I feel like I've yet to scratch the surface of it's capabilities.
  • + 1
 @RideTahoe707: if you've got the older Scout I'd suggest that 150 is a necessity! I've got 150 and offset bushings in mine just to stop the BB from ploughing the trail. This way you can preserve the og geometry just without the BB swinging 40mm below the axles.
  • + 2
 As an owner of a Carbon Patrol, I am a big fan of their bikes Except their carbon pain is crappy in with regards to any sort of durability. Mine has more chips than Mike Tyson's front teeth.
  • + 2
 It's not just the carbon patrol, paint goes off easily from any of their bikes except black frames. But who cares ? The patrol is so fun to ride, I don't pay attention to the chips
  • + 1
 @zede: your right...in the end I don't really care but a little of my Type A does kick in..
  • + 1
 Fact # 1 , 27.5 are still winning races
Fact # 2 the current enduro world champ prefers and is also faster on 27.5 over his 29er
Fact # 3 if you say anything negative on 29er on here ,you get neg prop

Pinkbike and a large majority of its user are hyping up the big wheels and fail to see how it should only be a different tool for different people and/or trails.In order to supply to the demand , the industry will have to slowly phase out 27.5 and very soon we're only going to have 27.5 wheels on entry level bikes.The top bikes with all the latest tech will wrongly have the big wheels ... Im guessing ill get at least 15-30 neg prop for my comment ... oh Transition is a rad manufacturer and that bike looks super good
  • + 3
 That curvy seat tube is gonna really screw with my long-travel seatpost. Doesn't look like I'd have any chance of getting a 200mm 9point8 in there Frown
  • + 5
 Thank you for not burning my retinas Transition. Hint hint Intense
  • + 5
 Shimano drive train! Nice.
  • + 0
 "Spy shot" that's funny.

If Transition is going all long travel 29 then it truly is the end of 27.5.

Ever since the Carbon Covert came out as 26 was being killed, Transition has made extra sure to be on trend. Except for that 27.5 DH bike.

This is why I'm not buying a bike. Feels like whatever you get you will be stuck with obsolete product.
  • + 1
 why does everyone care about wheel sizes sooooooo much? Surely its just what you like and what you ride best on... this comments section just looks like a bunch females throwing their handbags at each other
  • + 2
 Anybody notice the black Transition in the background? Looks like it says Smuggler on the top tube.. and it has a fairly long looking coil shock on it... interesting...
  • + 1
 Could have just stuck a metric rocker in it? That's the only difference between the old and new Patrol models (and some paint).
  • + 1
 Lars has been rocking a Smuggler with an old RC4 off a V1 Covert with a new SLS spring. Same size as the Smuggler so it bolts on. Been searching for one furiously. Anyone got one they wanna sell?
  • + 1
 I think that a metric shock will only fit the Scout and Smuggler on a trunnion mount...may be totally wrong. But it being a trunnion mount Fox coil shock seems a long shot so my guess is it's just a Patrol?
@briceps I've found a DHX 5.0 in 190x51 and planning to buy a knackered RC4 to swap out the piggyback and damper guts. Afaik they use the same shock body. I missed out on a Factory RC4 in the right length and haven't seen any for months now so I'm hoping I can build one from parts essentially.
  • + 2
 Bikes like these is what I have been waiting for. Skip all this 27.5 tweener wheel size nonsense and noise, and upgrade my long travel 26" bike into one of these.
  • + 1
 Have you ridden a 29? You might be bummed. The 27.5 was a way to lead the sheep to 29 while extracting all their money on the way....
  • + 4
 Looks like 27'5s are dead.
  • + 1
 Ha they wish - never! It's the perfect size.
  • + 2
 That looks like a small frame or maybe medium . There's no way thats a large frame .
  • + 1
 Is it just me, or does the head angle change the more you look at the photo, have always liked mat gray powder coat but never had a bike painted that colour
  • + 2
 Why is she running Spec tires & wheels? Is there some type of connection between Specialized and Transition?
  • + 2
 The funny thing is, some riders, like Lars Sternberg on transition, are sponsored by Roval in addition to transition so they run Roval wheels and spec tires.
  • + 3
 Will it come with Speci tires?
  • + 4
 I hope not as I find they don't transition well between the centre and side knobs ;o)
  • + 1
 and rims...
  • + 1
 Nice looking 29er , love the color combo , peaked my interest , me thinks Eurobike and Interbike are going have some killer 29er,s this year.
  • + 1
 If this thing is anything like the original Bandit 29er, but with more travel and the revised suspension design...it's gonna be a beast!!!!!
  • + 3
 Is that a smuggler with a coil in the background?
  • + 2
 That bike looks amazing. Can't wait to ride one!
  • + 2
 lust worthy.... wanti want cant geti geti
  • + 2
 140mm on the rear and 160mm on the front and 64º HA
  • + 1
 This is true.
  • + 1
 @JDFF: Are you sure this is the official amount of travel?
  • + 1
 Looks like a fun ride! I'll demo it for sure
  • + 1
 140mm rear travel, 160mm front, 64º head angle ...Sentinel rocks \m/
  • + 1
 Get me a Carbon Patrol w/ the new geo and I'll be good...
  • + 1
 Saw that at the race, looked sick!
  • + 1
 That's a lovely Trek seat tube.
  • + 2
 Here wheel go again
  • + 1
 29ers are the new 27.5ers. What's next? 32ers or metric wheel sizes?
  • + 9
 Nope 29 is just big enough to not suck
  • + 0
 There will be another wheel size no doubt. Its just a evolution process IMO
  • - 1
 Whats up with the fork offset on there? is it 0mm? If so that's a great work around.
  • + 6
 The dropouts are in front of the legs, so it's definitely not 0. I believe Fox only makes the 29" 36 in a 51mm offset, and I'd be pretty surprised if Fox made a custom chassis for Transition.

But regardless, a 0 offset fork would ride like shit.
  • + 1
 @toast2266: Some Transition employees, ambassadors, or what have you, have been on some modified fork offsets for their Fox suspension. Except the crowns have been either a raw or polished finish, not black, and if i'm not mistaken they were experimenting with larger offsets rather than less, DEFINITELY not zero.
  • + 5
 @toast2266: offset is at the CSU and 26 & 27.5 CSU's can and have been used by various folks to change offset
  • + 1
 @MmmBones: looks like it might be a 26 csu...not sure why though? The flip flop is quite alarming with a slack 29er. I can see merits in shorter offset for sure but you have to be hooning 100% of the time to not experience pretty awful steering at lower speeds.
  • + 4
 @MmmBones: Offset is just the distance between the axle and the steering axis. You don't get 0 offset unless the axle is directly in line with the headtube. Most forks (including the 36) achieve their offset both via forward swept crowns and dropouts that are set in front of the lowers.
  • + 1
 @Freerideguy14: That'd make sense. As 29ers get slacker, increasing the offset beyond 51mm seems to make sense. Going up to ~55mm would keep the trail from getting too huge.
  • + 2
 @toast2266:

They have made a custom chassis. It's either 43 or 44mm offset, can't remember, but the whole new Transition range will have this when it's released in September.
  • + 2
 @toast2266: There'll be a write-up on it soon as I am told through some friends...It appears I was actually wrong though. I think it'll touch on shorter fork offsets to increase the trail while shortening the wheelbase as well. The write-up goes hand-in-hand with Transition and I assume this bike. Appears that whomever noticed the shorter fork offset is correct, to an extent, it still won't ever be zero.
  • + 1
 Fox is one of the few manufacturers not offer anything BUT 51mm offset on the 29er forks. I think many riders have grown to appreciate some aspects of the slower steering on a longer travel bike. I personally have got a 51mm offset 27.5+ Fox 34 and constantly wish for a 44mm CSU for this fork (which doesn't exist due its wider stance)
  • + 2
 @Freerideguy14: Interesting. Hopefully they've figured out something cool.
  • + 1
 @PHeller: Yes those mesurements might be in milimeters but actually are 1 1/2" and 2", have you tried fitting those forks with 29er+ if so hows the fit?
  • + 1
 @aljoburr: It'll fit some 29x3" tires and most 29x2.8 tires. forums.mtbr.com/26-27-5-29-plus-bikes/2016-fox-29-fork-984094.html
  • + 2
 The new Whyte S150 29er has a custom 42mm offset Pike. Apparently everyone else has it wrong....maybe this is just a UK specific approach. Namely trying to keep the WB length down and make slow turns/climbing easier.
  • - 1
 @Travel66: interesting...manufacturers and designers seemed a little slow to slacken head angles but now they're fine with big trail figures. One of the 29ers biggest drawbacks for me was poor steering characteristics due to the raised axle height. I experimented a little and I thought that steering accuracy was improved (at speed at least) with shorter offset/ larger trail but at the detriment to slow speed handling which is already bad with ANY slack 29er no matter how much offset. And if you try to use offset to reduce the wheelbase and keep the thing manouvreable you end up making it less manouvreable cus the it will flip-flop and feel like a pig until you hit 25mph +
I'm no pro (far from it) but selling shorter offsets to Joe Blow is a mistake imo, it'll limit the bikes useable range to highspeed, more open terrain which I don't have a lot of round here. 29ers are fast but there's a limit to how fast you can take a 180° switchback and that's where bikes with big trails figures will fall on their arse (or rather on its side when the thing Jack knifes and you bury the chainring as the BB drops so far and your bones are scattered across the trail) just as a dude flies by on a 27.5" bike with manageable steering characteristic (both for designer and rider), reasonable wheelbase, etc, etc.
Having said all that I haven't tried either of the bikes mentioned above and though I think the sweetspot of HA: trail is harder to find with a 29er...maybe Transition and Whyte have found it?
  • + 1
 @ThomDawson: Currently I have 65HA 140mm travel and 46mm OS on my 29HT.

I went from 100mm 51OS Fox to 120mm 46OS Pike and then 140mm 46OS Pike and it didn't seem to make things any worse.

I did change stem and bars from 35 stem and 38 rise on 100mm to 50 stem and 10 rise on 120 / 140 to get more weight forward.

Check the following www.bikeradar.com/mtb/gear/article/pushing-the-limits-of-fork-offset-an-experiment-45343
  • + 1
 @fartymarty: I've read that many times over. From that I have gleaned that CP thinks, as do I, that shorter offset is more accurate as it keeps the contact patch inline with a cornering bike but he always fails to account for anyone that has skills/ trails that mean you're not doing 25mph + ALL THE TIME. Hence his love of ridiculously long bikes.
  • + 1
 @ThomDawson: I think for slower tracks a medium OS is the ticket. I guess this is what I have found with my bike. Also most of my local tracks (Surrey Hills) are not that fast, 25mph would be an absolute max speed as such can get away with a quicker handling bike.
  • + 1
 @fartymarty: I would have to agree with that. I guess as always it's a balancing act, I just think that with 29ers the range in which you find the balance is quite narrow - I think it's easier to screw up the handling if you stray too far either way.
I also feel though that shorter offsets mean for better handling, generally we should always strive for less offset - except for 29ers where offset is necessary and we're 'forced' to suffer poorer steering accuracy in order to gain 'all-round' or 'lower-speed' handling.
Ironically in this regard I'd say that a 29er DH bike makes more sense than a 29er Enduro/AM bike as the DH bikes will be used on higher speed terrain where the larger trail figures make sense. As Joe Blow's do-it-all bike I think 29ers incorporate too much compromise when a 27.5 bike does everything so well. But there's always personal preference which is ultimately all that matters. And there's no denying that 29er wheels roll like a dream.
  • + 1
 @ThomDawson: I think it's all about compromise and getting a bike that suits the riding you do. For me being tallish and heavy (6'1" 95kg) it's a 29 as I can muscle it around.

If I were smaller and lighter I would go for a 275.

I think 29ers need a little work but are getting there. DH is going to help push things forward.
  • + 1
 Probably a 26" CSU on that bike like many others have said.

I've debated doing stuff like Porter talks of, but that results in myself putting my money where my mouth is. Also interesting that he mentions, whether tongue-in-cheek or not I don't know, that his switch to 650b is due to the availability of the good tires.
  • + 1
 @gonecoastal: always thought that was an interesting comment. Never was sure how serious he was about that, i think it was published a while back too, when there were probably more 26 tyres available than now and I wouldn't consider it difficult to get em even now...so he's probably joking. But the dude does have some interesting opinions...
  • + 2
 @ThomDawson: Indeed he does. It appears Maxxis is still bringing out the new tyres in 26"

It's good someone like him is stirring up the industry though. Too much "Bold New Graphics" as a product feature going on.

Anyway, I'll drinking Mr. Porters Kool-Aid since I paid for a G16 today!
  • + 1
 @gonecoastal: hope you are reading the geometron thread on mtbr. It's worth a read. 29f 275r in a g16 seems to be the go
  • + 1
 @fartymarty: I've been reading and in email contact with those guys for some time; they talked me into going with the 502mm Reach size. Ordering up a set of Off Set Bushings to get the corrected Geo numbers with the 29" wheels. Likely going 29 first, might experiment with a 650b rear wheel later on.
My issue is the lack of formidable 29er long travel forks on the market at the moment.
  • + 0
 I like it Smile
  • - 1
 Shimano, Fox and Roval wheels ! Dream build right there !
  • + 0
 Take my money
  • + 2
 Agreed! First Transition I don't like, especially the wavy rocker and the seat-tube. I demand straight lines!
  • + 1
 @MoDingens: Better go for 26" bike as larger wheels do not allow for straight bike tubes or get a unicycle
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