Transition Bikes – Patrol Carbon Frame – 27.5″ – 170mm – 2019

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SPECIFICATIONS

FORK AXLE TO CROWN 562mm
FORK OFFSET 37mm
REAR SHOCK SIZE 205mm x 65mm
REAR SHOCK HARDWARE Trunion Mount Top / 25mm x 8mm Bottom
HEADSET 44mm Zero Stack (Top) / 56mm Zero Stack (Bottom)
BOTTOM BRACKET 73mm BSA Threaded
REAR BRAKE 180mm Post Mount
REAR AXLE Syntace X12 148
FRONT DERAILLEUR No Support
ISCG TABS ISCG05
SEATPOST DIAMETER 31.6mm
MAX SEATPOST INSERTION ALLOY XS 190mm, Small 190mm, Medium 230mm, Large 270mm, XL 300mm
MAX SEATPOST INSERTION CARBON Small 190mm, Medium 225mm, Large 245mm, XL 245mm
SEAT CLAMP Alloy 34.9mm / Carbon 37mm
MAXIMUM CHAINRING 34t
MAXIMUM TIRE 27.5 x 2.8
SAG SETUP 20-23mm (32-35%)

FRAME WEIGHT
(Medium with Shock / Axle / Hardware) Carbon 7.47 lbs. – 3.39 Kg | Alloy 9.48 lbs. – 4.3 Kg

Geometry

SM  MD LG XL
REACH 425 450 475 500
STACK 596 605 614 623
EFFECTIVE TT LENGTH 555 583 611 640
SEAT TUBE LENGTH 360 400 440 490
EFFECTIVE ST ANGLE 77.8 77.1 76.6 76.1
HEAD TUBE LENGTH 100 110 120 130
HEAD TUBE ANGLE 64.0 64.0 64.0 64.0
CHAINSTAY LENGTH 430 430 430 430
WHEELBASE 1179 1209 1238 1268
BOTTOM BRACKET DROP 15 15 15 15
ESTIMATED BB HEIGHT 340 340 340 340
STAND OVER HEIGHT 680 685 695 710
FORK OFFSET 37 37 37 37
INEFFECTIVE TOPTUBE * 1.442 1.523 1.604 1.685
DOWNTUBE ANGLE 60 60 60 60
STANCE ** 680 680 680 680
ROCKER EYE TO EYE 185 185 185 185

Brand

Transition Bikes

Transition Bikes is a rider owned and operated mountain bike manufacturer from Bellingham Washington.

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Transition Bikes Sizing

Size Chart

Human Specific Sizing

At Transition Bikes we pride ourselves on creating bikes that are easy to feel super comfortable from the very first pedal stroke. Our award winning geometry is not based around gender but rather a wide selection of sizing from X-Small to XXL that is ideal for almost any sized human. We design all our bikes to be very low slung with industry leading low standover heights so that no matter how long or short your legs are you can find the bike that fits you perfect.

With the huge variety of trail styles, riding styles and bike setup preferences, we would urge you to not just pick a size because you have always ridden that size but factor in how your weight will be balanced and distributed on the bike. We want you to have as much fun as possible riding your bike. Remember, there is no right or wrong size for you (within reason of course), pick the size that feels the most comfortable and confidence inspiring for your riding style.

We highly recommend using the “Reach” measurement as the starting point for picking a size. The reach measurement will tell you how roomy the bike will feel and how balanced you will be when you are in an attack position standing on the pedals. Reach is now a standard that the mountain bike industry uses so you can use it to compare other bikes.

Take a look at the style of trails you will be riding, and how you would approach them… are they fast and open or tight and technical? Steep or mellow? Do you like to catch air or keep the wheels on the ground? Do you pick the gnarly straight line, or move your bike around on the trail? Did you grow up racing BMX bikes, start off with mountain biking, or get into it from road biking? Want your bike to feel super stable or super agile? All of these factors come into play, and each one is just as important as the others, especially if you are in between sizes are trying to decide to either size down or up. Our new SBG Geometry is best optimized with a 40mm length stem so it is best to think of what size you should get based on that stem length instead of the idea of sizing down and going with a longer stem or sizing up and going with a shorter stem.

In order to reflect those choices, we have updated our sizing chart with a lot more overlap across the size range so you can feel free to experiment with different sizes if you are in-between sizes. We have tried to illustrate the bike sizes we felt would apply to each rider size; but be sure to look at the geometry and make sure the size you are choosing makes sense for your preferences. Everyone is different, plain and simple. The lines have become blurred and there is no strict rule of thumb anymore. When choosing your perfect size, ask yourself these questions, call or email us if you need a second opinion and most importantly… make sure you pick the setup that you feel will be the most fun!