Transition Bikes Bank DJ/MtnX

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Frame Material: 6061 Heat Treated Aluminum
  • Seatpost/Clamp: 31.6mm Seatpost/34.9mm Clamp
  • Headtube: Tapered 1.5" / 1-1/8"
  • Bottom Bracket: 73mm shell x 51mm chainline
  • Rear Dropout: 135mm x 10mm


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by rizwanabidin a Weekend Warrior from Manchester, NH, USA

Date Reviewed: January 6, 2012

Strengths:    Light, responsive and looks

Weaknesses:    None at this moments

Bottom Line:   
The Great 4 x bike

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $2200.00

Purchased At:   Jenson USA

Similar Products Used:   Specialized P1

Bike Setup:   XTR, Marzocchi 4x, Hope X2 Race, E*13 LG+, Havoc Carbon, Thomson Steam + Seat Post, Hope 2 Pro, Revolution Rims

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How light can a Pugsley get without breaking the bank?

Ok, so I have a Necromancer Pug. Stock(-ish). It's heavier than my 160mm enduro racing bike. It is now stock with the following mods: Easton Havoc Carbon bar Race Face Turbine stem Grip shift X0 Nine speed X7 f+r derailleurs Lightweight tubes Clown Shoe front rim Bud 127tpi front tire Gravity droppe ... Read More »

Wtb XC bike and not break the bank for me 6'3" 230lbs 34" inseam help..

I've been looking to ride a mtb. I 've not ridden in 20 years or so I don't know nothing new but what I've ridden at the lbs rode like a beach cruser? I've tried to be clear that I want to race XC but most of the bikes have a upright ridding posture and feel dead. I don't have a lot of money to spen ... Read More »

9:Zero:7 Build help, suggestions, input, weight, bank for the buck...

So we just ordered two 907's bikes, one for me and one for my wife. We ordered the Susitna but am thinking about possibly upgrading to the McGrath. Susitna is pretty much x7 with cheap post, bars and stem. Same frame same wheels. McGrath is pretty much x9 with carbon post, bars and stem. I am tr ... Read More »

Tapping the Titus knowledge bank - MotoLite shock options

It is coming up where I'll need to have my MotoLite's RP2 serviced. The shock should be serviced this winter, not having any problems with it - it's just about that time. I have never liked the propedal setting on this shock, way too harsh to be useful for anything but racing so I always ride it ... Read More »

Taking it to the (Transition) Bank

Just finished up a Transition Bank build. Picked up a used frame and wheelset w/ tires off of E-Bay. The rest of the parts I found through closeouts. This was the first bike I've ever built up myself and it was a learning experience. Only things I didn't do was press the lower headset cup and th ... Read More »

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