Transition - Patrol 4 Alloy

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Transition - Patrol 4 Alloy
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$2,549.99

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Stock #: B0NA-
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Description

The all new Patrol gives you the control of a downhill bike perfectly balanced with a lively and jumpy personality for a comfortable, efficient and fun ride in almost any trail condition. The Patrol is long and low with a slack 65 degree head angle and big wheelbase for tremendous stability in rowdy terrain. But don't let the numbers fool you; the short 430mm chainstay and 155mm of active and carefully tuned suspension keep you in touch with the ground and ready to respond at a moment's notice. With the Patrol you get big mountain confidence with trail bike agility in the same machine. 

FEATURES:

  • Progressive Geometry - Long, Low and Slack
  • Giddy Up Link Suspension, 155mm Rear and 160mm Front
  • Integrated Rubber Chainstay Protection
  • Collet Style Main Pivot Hardware
  • E2 Low Direct Mount Front Derailleur Support
  • ISCG05 Chainguide Mounting
  • Syntace X12 Rear 142mm Axle and Universal Transition Derailleur Hanger
  • Full Size Water Bottle Fits Inside Front Triangle
  • User Friendly 73mm Threaded Bottom Bracket
  • Internal Cable Routing with Stealth Dropper Post Routing
  • The use of clear protective tape on the Highlighter Yellow paint can cause discoloration and is not recommended
  • Medium Frame Weight With Rear Shock: 7.85 lbs.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Frame/Suspension: Patrol Frameset (Highlighter Yellow, Satin Black Matte) / RockShox Monarch RT Debonair Rear Shock / RockShox Yari RC 27.5 160mm Fork
  • Cockpit: RaceFace Ride 35 50mm Stem / RaceFace Chester 35 (780mm x 20mm) Handlebar / FSA No.57SC Headset / Velo Single Clamp Grips / WTB Volt Sport (135x265) Saddle / KS eTen Integra (100mm) Seatpost
  • Brakes: Shimano Deore M615 Brakes / Shimano RT64 Centerlock (180mm) Rotors
  • Drivetrain: SRAM X5 10sp Shifter / SRAM GX 10sp Type 2.1 Rear Derailleur / SRAM PG1020 (11-36) Cassette / KMC X10 Chain / RaceFace Aeffect Cinch (DM30t, 170mm) Crank
  • Wheels: WTB STP i25 27.5 32h Rims / SRAM MTH 716/746 Hubs / Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5x2.3 EXO Dual Front Tire, Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5x2.3 EXO Dual Rear Tire

GEOMETRY:

 

 SIZES  SM  MD  LG  XL
 Reach (mm)  406  432  457  483
 Stack (mm)  591  600  609  618
 Effective TopTube (mm)  555  583  613  641
 SeatTube (mm)  393  419  457  495
 SeatTube Angle (Degrees)  76  75.4  74.9  74.5
 HeadTube Length (mm)  100  110  120  130
 HeadTube Angle (Degrees)  65  65  65  65
 Chainstay (mm)  430  430  430  430
 Wheelbase (mm)  1151  1181  1210  1240
 BB Drop  15  15  15  15
 Estimated BB Height  339  339  339  339
 Standover Height  685  693  705  717

 

FRAME SPECIFICATIONS:

 Fork Axle To Crown  552mm
 Fork Offset  42mm
 Rear Shock Size  216mm x 63mm
 Shock Hardware  21.8mm x 8mm
 Headset (Top)  44mm Zero Stack
 Headset (Bottom)  56mm Zero Stack
 BB Shell  73mm BSA Threaded
 Rear Brake Mount  160mm Post Mount
 Rear Axle  Syntace X12 12mm x 142mm
 Front Derailleur Style  SRAM S3 LDM or Shimano E2
 ISCG Tabs  ISCG 05 (2.5mm Offset)
 Seatpost Diameter  31.6mm
 Seat Clamp  34.9mm
 Max Chainring Size  36t Single or 26/38 Double
 Max Tire Size  27.5 x 2.5

 

ACCOLADES:

" The Cliff Notes version for those with A.D.D. is, holy shit! We're so stoked a smaller brand has been able to benefit so greatly from the once patented Horst Link design and made it their own. Transition's Patrol has made the rounds with the Decline testers, and we haven't yet had someone come back without a smile of disbelief and ask if they could buy the bike after the test. You'll have so much fun riding this bike you'll swear it's against the law. "   - Decline Magazine   Click here for the full review

" Pointed downhill the Patrol will bring a smile to your face. It excels in situations that coincide with its geometry, including those that are fast and rough. Surprisingly it's quite agile on the jumps as well, and we had no issues throwing it around in the air or through tight turns. Stability is quite good at all times, allowing you to precisely pick your way down the trail."   - VitalMTB.com Test Sessions   Click here for the full review

" Decline Magazine names the Patrol the 2015 All Mountain Bike Of The Year. "   - Decline Magazine   Click here for the full article

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  • Transition GiddyUp Bikes Press Release

  • The Patrol: Up and Down Squamish