- Carbon Covert
The black one looks amazing. I am suprised that they haven’t left tabs for a normal adjustable seatpost though? Unless there’s some on the left hand side. As an alu covert owner I doubt I’ll sell/upgrade as the current bike is ace, but it’ll be cool if we start seeing my Transitions out on the trail in this country.Posted 5 years agonolsMember
nicked one never turned up… likely that it was binned and all the kit taken off and sold.Posted 5 years ago
I was lucky enough to ride it the day before up at HS and it was pretty sweet. I also got to see it being ridden to the limit by Kyle. Having seen what he was prepared to do on it, I’d have no qualms at all about having one as my ‘almost everything’ bike.
So it was YOU that stole that missing one, eh?
I had a demo on the original, really liked, it, but the deal my LBS did on the Spicy swung it for me, plus the slightly longer travel & longer shock that the carbon version now has. Dammit. I think I’m at decision made here already.Posted 5 years agonolsMember
If you have any worries about the build quality then don’t. Kyle was riding it at HS and hung a landing from a 12 foot drop. Cased the rear wheel and destroyed the rim. Frame was perfect, not a mark on it.
OK so from what I’ve heard there has obviously been a lot of interest Worldwide in the frame so we’re going to be putting a email link on the Transition UK owners group on Facebook for anyone that’s interested in getting one. Simply go on there and ‘like’ the page and we’ll keep you updated with whats going on.Posted 5 years ago
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