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    New '07 Transition Trail Or Park

    This thing is hot... I want one!! Must resist urge to add another bike to the stable...


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    Indeed it looks hot.

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    Yea its defantly looking real good with that nice coat of blue on it
    woooooooooo

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    Wow, at $379 that frame is ONE HELLUVA DEAL. Its in line with a lot of mass produced frames like the Kona Cowan, Specialized P bikes, etc.... and the Transition is steel, which I really like.

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    They shortened the chainstays a lot, that bike is sick.

    What im liking even more than the ToP is the Double, i already know its going to be my next frame... 9cm travel, only 7.6lb full-susp DJ frame. Im loving it.

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    is it just color change for '07?
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    I knda like the 2006 look more, plus it looks like they changed the drop outs:


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    Quote Originally Posted by nightfall
    I knda like the 2006 look more, plus it looks like they changed the drop outs:

    where do you see the change? only thing I can see is the front der. cable stop is different, and I think cs length might be just a bit shorter when slammed...
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    I think Transition debuted 2 new bikes this year so maybe they had their hands full with that and didn't change much on the ToP. Besides, how much can you change on a hardtail... if it aint broke don't fix it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajoc_prez
    I think Transition debuted 2 new bikes this year so maybe they had their hands full with that and didn't change much on the ToP. Besides, how much can you change on a hardtail... if it aint broke don't fix it.

    yeah, I wasn't aware of any changes, so that's why I asked why he liked the '06 better... ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    where do you see the change? only thing I can see is the front der. cable stop is different, and I think cs length might be just a bit shorter when slammed...
    Nvm, the frame color, and the different angles on the pics kinda made it seem different to me.

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