Transition Bikes Bottlerocket 27.5 Full Suspension

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The BottleRocket geometry created a revolution for a new style of bikes to come and to this day we haven't changed the magic numbers that we feel achieved perfection. The combination of shorter chainstay lengths, lower BB and the perfect head angle all work together to create a ride that is one of our funnest bikes. Responsive in corners, easy to manual and bunny hop and complete stability in the air all add up to one of our most versatile geometries we have ever created. Our full length seattube with a gusset allows you to get the seat up when need to get to the top.

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New bike day! Bottlerocket

Well for you guys who read my last thread, you know about what a pain it was to get this bike running. Well, I finally got it all done up yesterday, took it for a ride to day, and am more than pleased to say it rips. Combined with a new riding spot I've found, the level of stoke achieved today was t ... Read More »

Blindside Rocker on a Bottlerocket?

Hi Folks, I was looking at the last version of Blindside and saw it had adjustable geometry via the rocker. Does anyone know if that part could be put on the Bottlerocket? I don't know if there would be any gain in the adjustability for a BR. Thought maybe it would be neat to have a shorter tr ... Read More »

Bottlerocket Spring Rates

Just bought an '07 Botttlerocket and my first bike with a coil. Shock is a DHX 5.0 and has a 400 lb spring. I am 185 lbs and thinking I need to bump up the spring rate... recommendations? Also thinking I set SAG based on spring rate, prior to fine tuning with air? Thanks for the help, much a ... Read More »

Remove shock/linkage to swap brakes on bottlerocket?

I want to swap some brakes onto my BR and looking at it this evening, it appears I have to disconnect the linkage and the rear shock. Is that the correct way to do it? edit: for anyone wondering, yes, you do and its super simple. -joelRead More »

bottlerocket for trail/am riding?

Anyone ride a bottlerocket for am/trail riding? There's a nice one on craigslist and I've been thinking about trading my 2010 enduro for it. It has an adjustable seatpost and lyrik so it should be climb friendly. I love my enduro but I'm open to something new. I ride rocky socal terrain and hit dro ... Read More »





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