I boats the whitewater, but I like bikes too.
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Transition's 2018 Lineup - First Look
@RichPune: I'm having a difficult time deciding between the Patrol and Scout. Either bike will serve as my primary bike. I am 40 years old, 6'2", 177 lbs, previously 210 lbs(I shed 30 pounds over the summer to a weight I haven't seen since I was 18 years old.) I notice a big increase in overall athleticism and cannot wait to park my only bike, a single speed trail whip, and get on a fresh Transition steed. I live in the mid-atlantic region and frequently ride the rocky, rooty trails of the Fredrick Watershed in the state of Maryland. The trails vary from XC, freeride and biker built down hill sections known as the "Drop trails." Did I say rocky and r ooty? These old mountains trails in Appalachia are commonly technical and rough, so I need a bike that can not only shred on groomed park trails at Snowshoe Mountain in WV, but the trickiest of trails in West Virginia. My heart and mind lead me to the Patrol, but I read a lot here on the interests that folks often sell their Patrols in order to acquire the shorter travel Scout. Do you ride rocky, rough trails with rock drops, or more groomed, flowy trails that I believe a Scout would certainly be the preferred sled? Just looking for any input you may have of the two bikes. Can't wait to get my hands on a 2018 Tranny. Also that Sentinel looks pretty rad, but I don't know if I could switch to a 29 inch platform.
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