Transition Bikes Bottlerocket 27.5 Full Suspension

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Bottlerocket

So I got a bottlerocket recently and thought upping the spring rate would help my bike pedal better, but that idea failed. I just got new (lighter) tires in and am looking at a new shock and fork. I am looking to keep everything I currently am running except the dhx rc2 and lowered totem I am curren ... Read More »

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 »

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