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    Double down... trail side build.

    Local customer recently bought his first Transition from us. a 2010 TR 450.

    Loves it!!!

    Liked TBC so much, he threw down for a Double.

    Photo via cell phone -- more to come.


    This one was built trail side -- grabbed all the tools needed, built it on the spot then went for a ride. How cool is that?


    Thanks TBC for yet another great bike!!!
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    And how about those photos...
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    nice..i like that tr450 that the dude is talking about...natural flying machine...felt real nice when i got on it and has taken my begginer freeride skills and jumps to a better level. got the double to work on dirt jumps and to do some slalom races at snowshoe next year. all, real nice bikes.

    the tr450 came with a fox 40, rc4, xo rear derailleur and my favorite brakes (elixirs). I rode the tr450 at diablo and felt real good, jumped some stuff for the first time with the 450 so it's a winner.

    good times/get one or two of these bikes if you have the dough....worth the money!

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    yeah thats what I want....my bike built around all the dirt and leaves outside good call by you.

    lol

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    LOL that's very cool that you guys built that outside on the trail! You're obviously very good at what you do.

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    Haha...some people ride their bikes outside and also can work on their own bikes on the trails as well....obviously shavemywhiskers does not spend time outdoors and hangs out in the basement watchin gaybikep*rn

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    chuckle --- l do have 3 large sections of carpet up at the top of the hill l've been meaning to transport down to base camp just for working on bikes --- you know, in the event someone drops a small bolt or something like that while working on bikes (which, yes... we do often).

    trail side work is the only way to work on bikes!!! having the right tools also helps.
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    Most important - best tool ever -- you can't see it in these photos.

    We like to call it> BR 550
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    Nice, I like the looks of those Doubles! And I see your Quake there in the background

    What rack is that TR450 on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OUTsane(the original)
    Nice, I like the looks of those Doubles! And I see your Quake there in the background

    What rack is that TR450 on?

    http://www.kuatinnovations.com/

    pricey little buggers but super nice... w/ built in work stand
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedal Shop
    http://www.kuatinnovations.com/

    pricey little buggers but super nice... w/ built in work stand
    Wow, those things are nice!

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    the rack is really nice.. built in bike stand, built in cable lock with lock and key to secure both bikes, and two wheels wells which are actually recessed...now thats nice....

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    nice Double, let us know what she rides like....

    ''got a weight?

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