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    2014 Trans Am 29er Geometry?

    Can anyone help...?

    I'm looking at picking up a 2nd hand 29er Trans Am, specifically the one in this pic...

    http://ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb14140690/p4pb14140690.jpg

    I believe it's a 2014 model, but not 100% sure. Anyway, it's a medium I'm told, and I want to find the geometry chart, but have so far been unsuccessful!

    Can anyone help?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by markyboy1980 View Post
    Can anyone help...?

    I'm looking at picking up a 2nd hand 29er Trans Am, specifically the one in this pic...

    http://ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb14140690/p4pb14140690.jpg

    I believe it's a 2014 model, but not 100% sure. Anyway, it's a medium I'm told, and I want to find the geometry chart, but have so far been unsuccessful!

    Can anyone help?

    Cheers
    I had that exact bike. It's a 2013. Definitely shorter than bikes today. For reference I'm 5'10" and I felt a little cramped with a stem under 60mm. Also it definitely is a on the bike as opposed to in the bike feel.

    Hope that helps.

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    68* (ish) HTA with a 120 Fox 32 fork (unsagged)
    Relatively shorter ETT, probably around 22.9" for the Medium
    435-440mm chainstays
    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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    Quote Originally Posted by markyboy1980 View Post
    Can anyone help...?

    I'm looking at picking up a 2nd hand 29er Trans Am, specifically the one in this pic...

    http://ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb14140690/p4pb14140690.jpg

    I believe it's a 2014 model, but not 100% sure. Anyway, it's a medium I'm told, and I want to find the geometry chart, but have so far been unsuccessful!

    Can anyone help?

    Cheers
    I have this bike and love it - super fun HT. If I could change one thing, I would stretch the top tube but not a deal breaker. I was so looking forward to a new TransAM for 2017 but obviously they punted. Hopefully we see something in 2018.

    Anyway - to your question, you can locate some info on their site under the "support" tab.

    http://http://www.transitionbikes.co..._TransAM29.pdf

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    Cheers guys

    Sadly I was hoping for something a little longer and slacker. I knew the older frames were about 23" ETT and 68HA, I need a bit longer and slacker. It's only as a stop gap whilst I wait for my own full custom steel HT frame to be made. But that's just too short and steep even as an interim bike sadly!

    That link doesn't work for me Hickey sadly...

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    If you go to the Transition website, click on "Support". On the left side you'll see a list under "Category Search". Scroll down and click on Trans Am 29. A list will come up for 2012,2013,2015, and 2016 model years.

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