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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    ^ Totally understand. I'm 6'4" and a 29er is the next logical step for me, especially for the trails I ride here around Chicago. My 26er TransAM has been way overbuilt honestly, with the Float 36 and Mavic EX721/Hope wheelset, just makes no sense in carrying all that weight for the singletrack duties here, where I maybe see one or two 1-foot drops at the most. It is a fun bike, but the 26er wheels get caught over roots quite a lot. And the sizing of the TransAM is also a bit on the small side.
    Now that I live in the Southeast I don't think I can go back to a 26" bike. I'm quicker around here with the punchy climbs, technical trails on my SS 29er than I was on my 26" bikes with gears. Looking forward to having one with gears...This bike will fit my riding style perfectly. I have wanted a steel 29er that I can flick the crap outta of when the urge hits me or when I want to cruise the longer rides here or when I fly it out west. I was able to get my 26" TransAm to around 27lbs without much effort...Stans Flow rims, Sektor Solor Air, 1x10 with not a very light RaceFace crank. I'll be running the Revelation XX and my other pair of Stan's Flow rims on this build so it should be kinda light.
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    Quick/maybe Dumb question- I'm gonna be transferring over parts from my 29er to build this frame up. WIll there be issues using a non-tapered steer tubed fork with the new frame? also, what headset should i plan on getting, or can i use my current one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrjm View Post
    Now that I live in the Southeast I don't think I can go back to a 26" bike. I'm quicker around here with the punchy climbs, technical trails on my SS 29er than I was on my 26" bikes with gears. Looking forward to having one with gears...This bike will fit my riding style perfectly. I have wanted a steel 29er that I can flick the crap outta of when the urge hits me or when I want to cruise the longer rides here or when I fly it out west. I was able to get my 26" TransAm to around 27lbs without much effort...Stans Flow rims, Sektor Solor Air, 1x10 with not a very light RaceFace crank. I'll be running the Revelation XX and my other pair of Stan's Flow rims on this build so it should be kinda light.
    That was quite light, especially for a 6lb frame like the TransAM. I wish my build was lighter, it came to be a tad under 33 lbs. Quite heavy for singletrack duties lol. Definitely cutting back this time around.
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    What's the head tube length on a medium? I have googled for a full geo charts and I am anxiously awaiting the TA29 to be put on your website. I want to know if I just screwed up my fork I just bought and installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beer_coffee_water View Post
    What's the head tube length on a medium? I have googled for a full geo charts and I am anxiously awaiting the TA29 to be put on your website. I want to know if I just screwed up my fork I just bought and installed.
    The headtube is 100mm on a medium. The 44mm style has an external bottom cup for about 12-15mm of stack and the top is flush, so another 5mm or so depending on headset model.

    Hope that helps!

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    Stand over measurement?

    Hey Transition,

    Could you please post the stand over numbers for your stock builds? Measured from ground to top of top tube / center of top tube length. I did not see any numbers posted on your website.

    Thanks!

    (I am interested in a large)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba13 View Post
    Hey Transition,

    Could you please post the stand over numbers for your stock builds? Measured from ground to top of top tube / center of top tube length. I did not see any numbers posted on your website.

    Thanks!

    (I am interested in a large)
    The photo bike is a size L. It's about 32.5" at the middle of the top tube.

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    Just ordered a complete build in a small size, I also don't know the stand over. Please tell me its 30 or less...please! also does the fox fork have kashima coating on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Bikes View Post
    The photo bike is a size L. It's about 32.5" at the middle of the top tube.
    Thanks for the info. The 32.5" should work for me on the Trans Am 29. Although a 2.4 Ardent front and/or a Fox 34 may not be possible...

    I have a large Salsa Fargo that measures 33" at the center of the TT. With a 32 pant inseam I have room to bend my knees slightly when standing over the bike.
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    What about standover for XL? Also this info seems to be missing from the Bandit29 geo page as well.
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    Trying to figure out a size too...standover would be good to know.
    Maybe L or XL...am 6'2inch w/35inch inside leg...any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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    Just ordered mine in pewter...stoked! Wanted the blue, but oh well. Now, just have to sell my 26" TA to pay for the thing.
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    ^ Where did you order from? DNZ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    ^ Where did you order from? DNZ?
    Top secret...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Bikes View Post
    Can't speak tot he 2.5 x 29 Minion since they aren't actually available yet, but the Ardent 2.4 fits but only without a front derailleur (single speed or 1x9 / 1x10 setups). The Minion will likely be the same since there is plenty of room in the stays. The brace you mention is 3 sided.

    Was the purpose of keeping the stays a bit longer than some of the other steel short stay HT 29ers (e.g. Nimble 9 and Kona Honzo) to ensure the bigger tires would fit or did you see some other pluses as far as handling goes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2 View Post
    Was the purpose of keeping the stays a bit longer than some of the other steel short stay HT 29ers (e.g. Nimble 9 and Kona Honzo) to ensure the bigger tires would fit or did you see some other pluses as far as handling goes?
    The Canfield Yelli Screamy has 424 mm / 16.7 in chainstays and fit 2.4 Ardents with a 2x9 drivetrain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    The Canfield Yelli Screamy has 424 mm / 16.7 in chainstays and fit 2.4 Ardents with a 2x9 drivetrain.
    Yes it does. The Yelli has everything I'm looking for except that it is not 4130 Cro-mo. I'm looking at the Trans AM 29er, Honzo, Yelli and Nimble 9 and the only (possible) downside of the Trans AM is the slightly longer chainstays. That's why I'm interested in Transitions reason for the extra chainstay length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2 View Post
    Yes it does. The Yelli has everything I'm looking for except that it is not 4130 Cro-mo. I'm looking at the Trans AM 29er, Honzo, Yelli and Nimble 9 and the only (possible) downside of the Trans AM is the slightly longer chainstays. That's why I'm interested in Transitions reason for the extra chainstay length.
    True and a valid point. I'm coming from a 26er Transition TransAM and building a Canfield Yelli Screamy 29er at the moment for next season. I decided to give this 29er a go due to a couple of reasons but the biggest selling factor was everyone's praise about this frame. I have yet to find someone bad repping it. Frame weight was another factor. My current TransAM weighs in at 33 lbs and this new 29er frame isn't any lighter, 6.5 lbs for a Large (I need an XL so it would be close to 7 lbs I imagine), and I'm worried it would be over 30 lbs once again. I'm aiming for 27 lbs this time around, with pretty stout components to boot. Plus the price was just too good to pass up really.
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    Marzocchi 29'er fork purchased.....ruh roh....am I actually heading towards a twenty-giner?

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    If you guys didnt see it yet, the Trans Am 29er is up on the website:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme View Post
    Marzocchi 29'er fork purchased.....ruh roh....am I actually heading towards a twenty-giner?
    What!?! No way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Bikes View Post
    What!?! No way...
    Yeah, well....I can't believe I just said that too. haha

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    Looks like my frame will be here by Wed. Just ordered my Reba XX and Thomson seat post. I'll be swapping parts next weekend...giggity.
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    ^ Any reason why the XX over the popular Reba RLT Ti? Prices for those seems to be $450-500 or so.

    And what wheelset you running?
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    I've got a pair of Flow rims on ZTR hubs...20mm, 10x135 in the rear with a DT Swiss RWS thrubolt. Went XX because of the remote. Lots of punchy climbs here in the South...
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    Nice, can't wait to see it.
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    Ummm......I think there is a bit of an error on the website......577mm axle to crown? Shouldn't this be around 525 or so?

    Maybe transition has a special run on 29er Fox 40 forks!.........j/k

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    Nice, can't wait to see it.
    I'm pulling all the parts off of this...gonna be tight!

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    Did you sell your frame yet? I'm wondering what I should price mine to.
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    SO, did a little measuring last night and was unamused lol. The 30.0 x 410 Thomson post (from the TransAM 26) has about an inch more of usable length than the 30.9 x 410 post and with both posts sitting at the Max line, I'm still sitting taller on the 19.5" TransAM seattube than the 20" Canfield Yelli Screamy, which defeats the whole point of upgrading. I wanted to sit taller on the climbs and stuff.

    There was a guy wanting to buy the Canfield frame from the get-go when I posted it so I'm not losing much there luckily.

    And DNZ gave me a screaming deal on a XL TransAM 29er in pewter, going to pay as soon I receive the Paypal invoice from Chad, already got funds for the Yelli which sold just minutes ago. I just can't get away from the TransAM it seems (a bike I love dearly but lacked big wheels).

    Super stoked!!! Building with a 1x9 SLX drivetrain, SLX 203/180 brakes, Rockshox Revaltion 140 RLT, Sun-Ringle Charger wheelset, Maxxis Ardent 2.4, Thomson and Sunline cockpit. Going for a pewter-red-black color scheme.
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    Not yet...still trying. Couple people interested.
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    I'll be on the same boat soon. Just paid for a XL TransAM 29 in Pewter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    True and a valid point. I'm coming from a 26er Transition TransAM and building a Canfield Yelli Screamy 29er at the moment for next season. I decided to give this 29er a go due to a couple of reasons but the biggest selling factor was everyone's praise about this frame. I have yet to find someone bad repping it. Frame weight was another factor. My current TransAM weighs in at 33 lbs and this new 29er frame isn't any lighter, 6.5 lbs for a Large (I need an XL so it would be close to 7 lbs I imagine), and I'm worried it would be over 30 lbs once again. I'm aiming for 27 lbs this time around, with pretty stout components to boot. Plus the price was just too good to pass up really.
    OK, so with the Yelli gone and a TransAM 29er is on the way you must have decided that 30lbs+ was not so bad for a HT AM 29er right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2 View Post
    OK, so with the Yelli gone and a TransAM 29er is on the way you must have decided that 30lbs+ was not so bad for a HT AM 29er right?
    I'm still planning for an under 30 lbs build. Anything under and I'll be stoked and I don't see why it's not doable ATM.

    Figure the frame to be 6.5 lbs or a little more, my Rockshox Revelation RLT is 4.09 lbs with an uncut steerer, Sun Ringle Charger Pro wheelset is 3.9 lbs. I think I can get the rest of the parts to be around 12 or 13 lbs, especially since I'm going tubeless and with 1x9 drivetrain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayoutside View Post
    Ummm......I think there is a bit of an error on the website......577mm axle to crown? Shouldn't this be around 525 or so?

    Maybe transition has a special run on 29er Fox 40 forks!.........j/k
    +1, I noticed the CS dimension is off too, in English they claim 16.65" when the metric equivalent is 17.12". Also, ETT seems awful short, 24.88" on an XL?!

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    Any chance you can tell us what the chainstay length range is with the 135mm horizontal dropouts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada 29er View Post
    +1, I noticed the CS dimension is off too, in English they claim 16.65" when the metric equivalent is 17.12". Also, ETT seems awful short, 24.88" on an XL?!
    I'm curious which chainstay length is correct. I sent the guys at Transition an email asking for some further clarification as I'm also interested in which ETT measurement of the Large is correct -- 23.9" (607.5mm) or 24.25". I

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada 29er View Post
    +1, I noticed the CS dimension is off too, in English they claim 16.65" when the metric equivalent is 17.12". Also, ETT seems awful short, 24.88" on an XL?!
    I am sorry everyone! Someone was having a bad math day when they built that webpage. All the metric numbers should be correct, but I am making sure they get checked and corrected if they are wrong. You can ignore the imperial units until I get that fixed. Wow, lot of mistakes in there.

    The chainstay length is 435mm (17.125") along the stay itself, shorter if you are looking at ther "rear center" horizontal distance. The optional SS horizontal dropouts start at the same 435mm length and have room to adjust back by about 12mm.

    That is the correct ETT, as long as you look at the metric numbers. The frame has a fairly steep seat angle, which takes away from TT length a little. And with the head angle as slack as it is, the TT needs to be kept shorter to keep the wheelbase in check. This bike is meant to be ridden hard, it's more AM and less XC.

    Hope that helps, and sorry for the errors...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme View Post
    Yeah, well....I can't believe I just said that too. haha
    Muahahahaha!!!


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    PS. Is the TransAm 29 Hammerschmidt compatible?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jncarpenter View Post
    PS. Is the TransAm 29 Hammerschmidt compatible?
    It has ISCG-05 tabs, but no downtube cable mounts as far as I know. You could rig up some type of cable guide that is captured by one of the water bottle bolts, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Bikes View Post
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    Just got my frame this week...wasn't sure how I'd like the Pewter ( it was the only color they had left at Transition ) but damn, looks soooo much hawter in person. I've got the fork on right now and will be finishing it up this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrjm View Post
    Just got my frame this week...wasn't sure how I'd like the Pewter ( it was the only color they had left at Transition ) but damn, looks soooo much hawter in person. I've got the fork on right now and will be finishing it up this weekend.
    Pics?

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    Apparently I'm having problems getting the image to link...this is the frame and fork ( Reba XX ). Sorry for all the crap in the background...only had time to take a quick pic.

    Last edited by cyrjm; 11-27-2011 at 05:43 PM. Reason: I'm 2/3rds retarded...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrjm View Post
    Apparently I'm having problems getting the image to link...this is the frame and fork ( Reba XX ). Sorry for all the crap in the background...only had time to take a quick pic.

    Can't wait to see it built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrjm View Post
    Apparently I'm having problems getting the image to link...this is the frame and fork ( Reba XX ). Sorry for all the crap in the background...only had time to take a quick pic.

    What is the max travel on the reba XX? 120 or 140?

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    120mm. I was originally thinking of getting the Revelation, reducing the travel to 120 BUT have that extra 20mm if I decide to buy a Bandit 29er next season ( so I could swap parts or whatever ). Then I decided just to get the Reba and buy another fork if in fact I do buy the Bandit. Bike is pretty much finished, just need to cut the steerer and chase the threads for the BB. I've had the flu for a few days so I haven't been in the shop to finish it up. I will say the pewter looks BADA$$! Especially with my white Flows and white RaceFace parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post

    ...DNZ gave me a screaming deal on a XL TransAM 29er in pewter...

    Super stoked!!! Building with a 1x9 SLX drivetrain, SLX 203/180 brakes, Rockshox Revaltion 140 RLT, Sun-Ringle Charger wheelset, Maxxis Ardent 2.4, Thomson and Sunline cockpit. Going for a pewter-red-black color scheme.
    Did you get the frame yet? I'm really interested in ride impressions with a 140mm travel fork.

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    I chased and faced the bb today...cutting the steerer tomorrow and should be able to ride it by Wed. if it doesn't rain here in Georgia. I'm waiting on some WTB Bronson's as well so I may wait until I get those. I really can't see putting a 140mm on this frame. It looks dialed with 120 and I think 140 would mess up the geo too much...I'm interested to hear how it rides too.
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