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    Quote Originally Posted by strikerkidNY View Post
    Soooooo... How much is the complete?
    As shown at Eurobike... (I am sure you can find images online it is $2399 USD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Bikes View Post
    As shown at Eurobike... (I am sure you can find images online it is $2399 USD.
    Oh good. I read on twentynineinches that the complete would be 2399 Euros

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    Quote Originally Posted by strikerkidNY View Post
    Oh good. I read on twentynineinches that the complete would be 2399 Euros
    Sorry to bum you out, but after import costs + VAT that is usually about where the MSRP ends up in Euros.

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    Any word on frame/complete weight?

    Or did I miss it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Bikes View Post
    Sorry to bum you out, but after import costs + VAT that is usually about where the MSRP ends up in Euros.
    Well, I live in New York (near Peak Mountain & Road Bike) and I thought that the TA29 would cost around 3500 USD. If that were true I certainly would not be thinking about getting a TransAm 29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strikerkidNY View Post
    Well, I live in New York (near Peak Mountain & Road Bike) and I thought that the TA29 would cost around 3500 USD. If that were true I certainly would not be thinking about getting a TransAm 29.
    AMERICA!

    Well in that case, I guess you are stoked about the price and I could see how that would be confusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el_chupo_ View Post
    Any word on frame/complete weight?

    Or did I miss it?
    Frame is 6.4 lbs with the 12mm axle included.
    Complete with the pictured stock build is 29.6 lbs

    Both size large.

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    Trans AM Colors

    Can you tell me anything about the available colors? Only blue or also other colors? When will it be available in The Netherlands (Europe)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heumena View Post
    Can you tell me what anything about the available colors? Only blue or also other colors? When will it be available in The Netherlands (Europe)?
    XCYTT bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Bikes View Post
    Jeez! You guys are prying this stuff out of us. Here are the numbers in inches. I will try to get the official website up soon with our studio photos, etc.

    Size S M L XL
    ST 16.5 18 19.5 21
    TT 22 23 24 25
    Reach 14.6 15.6 16.5 17.3

    MSRP in the USA is $699 with the 12x142 dropouts and bolt on axle included. Extra charge for SS dropouts or the 10x135 vertical dropouts.
    Any chance that there will be an XXL? 23" ST and 26" TT? Come on, every other manufacturer is offering plus sizes on 29ers now.

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    oops

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    Sh*t. My TA has less than 100 miles on it and will be up for sale by next week to make room for this guy. Thinking about selling my Salsa SS too so I can pay for a Bandit 29. Ultimate 2 bike quiver? PLUS I can go SS on the 29 TA. Stoked!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Transition Bikes View Post
    Jeez! You guys are prying this stuff out of us. Here are the numbers in inches. I will try to get the official website up soon with our studio photos, etc.

    Size S M L XL
    ST 16.5 18 19.5 21
    TT 22 23 24 25
    Reach 14.6 15.6 16.5 17.3

    MSRP in the USA is $699 with the 12x142 dropouts and bolt on axle included. Extra charge for SS dropouts or the 10x135 vertical dropouts.
    The Large size looks perfect on paper. I'm also very interested in the 12X142 drop outs. I have a Hadley 135mm x 10 that can be converted to the 12X142 but that hub is currently built into a 26" wheel. Anyone know if you can convert a CK 135mm QR hub to 12X142?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2 View Post
    The Large size looks perfect on paper. I'm also very interested in the 12X142 drop outs. I have a Hadley 135mm x 10 that can be converted to the 12X142 but that hub is currently built into a 26" wheel. Anyone know if you can convert a CK 135mm QR hub to 12X142?
    decent sizing. i like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2 View Post
    The Large size looks perfect on paper. I'm also very interested in the 12X142 drop outs. I have a Hadley 135mm x 10 that can be converted to the 12X142 but that hub is currently built into a 26" wheel. Anyone know if you can convert a CK 135mm QR hub to 12X142?
    yes you can. you need the king axle

    Chris King Axle, Rear, 142 x 12mm Thru: Chris King Rear Axles • Aspire VeloTech - Chris King World's Largest Dealer


    and this if you don't currently run a king hd axle

    Chris King® Adjusting Clamp for Rear ISO Disc
    or Rear Single Speed Disc Hubs (PHB708): Chris King Axle Parts • Aspire VeloTech - Chris King World's Largest Dealer

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrjm View Post
    Sh*t. My TA has less than 100 miles on it and will be up for sale by next week to make room for this guy. Thinking about selling my Salsa SS too so I can pay for a Bandit 29. Ultimate 2 bike quiver? PLUS I can go SS on the 29 TA. Stoked!
    yeah, I'm with you on this one... I'm getting rid of a Turner Flux, Spot Longboard, and Bianchi road bike to make room for this... one bike to rule them all- FTW (OK, i might keep the Spot because belt drive SS is so much freakin' fun...)

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    If anyone is interested in a very lightly used ( less than 10 rides on her ) 26" Bandit or has a friend that may be please message me. I need the cashola to pay for this thing in a few weeks! Medium, red with 20mm RockShox Sektor RL, Flow wheelset, headset and DT Swiss thrubolt. I'll be posting in Classifieds tonight....
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    ^ Ummm, don't you mean TransAM 26er?

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    Yes. Damn it. 26 TransAm....too early in the am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrjm View Post
    Yes. Damn it. 26 TransAm....too early in the am.
    No worries, I'm posting my large Pewter frame and wheelset real soon for sale. The Fox 36 Float will be installed on the Stinky, and I'm reusing my drivetrain and brakes.

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    Yeah, all my parts are going on the 29er as well. Just selling what I can't use...I don't know what to ask for it since I literally did a few rides here in the ATL and just the other week when I was out in Utah. The bike is cherry...trying to sell it locally but no bites on it yet. Sick bike, I just said when I got it that I'd want it in a 29er. Some dude on this Transition forum equated it to me riding RollerBlades. Which I don't. 29ers are cool, the freeride crowd needs to get it. It's not just for spandex wearing *****es. I've got a Salsa SS 29er, will hopefully get this soon and then a Bandit should complet my quiver quite nicely.
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    ^ 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.

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