Transition - TR500 3 27.5"

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Transition - TR500 3 27.5"

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Stock #: B0MX-
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Description

The TR500 is a team rider favorite designed to win races, whip big jumps and crush laps at the bike park. Proven geometry with smart adjustment options and the most versatile setup choices on the market make the TR500 the ultimate downhill bike. The rear suspension leverage curve has been refined with years of input from our pro riders, and the geo has proven itself around the world. The TR500 is ready for anything you can throw at it, from gnarly race courses to big senders. 

FEATURES:

  • Supports 26 or 27.5 Wheels
  • 180mm or 203mm Travel Settings
  • Integrated Fork Bumpers
  • Internal Cable Routing
  • Adjustable Chainstay Length, Head Angle and BB Height
  • New Laser Etched Adjustment Markings
  • New Laser Etched Adjustment Markings
  • Medium Frame Weight With Rear Shock: 10.98 lbs.
  • Cane Creek Double Barrel Air and Fox Float X2 Air shocks are not compatible with the frame due to clearance issues

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Frame/Suspension: TR500 Frameset (TR Blue Gloss, Stealth Black Matte) / Rock Shox Kage RC Rear Shock / RockShox Boxxer RC 27.5 Fork
  • Cockpit: RaceFace Chester 35 DM 50mm Stem / RaceFace Chester 35 (780mm x 20mm) Handlebar / FSA No.57E Headset / Velo Single Clamp Grips / WTB Silverado Sport Saddle / RaceFace Chester Seatpost
  • Brakes: Shimano Deore M615 Brakes / Shimano RT66 (203mm) Rotors
  • Drivetrain: SRAM X5 Shifter / SRAM GX 10spd Type 2.1 Rear Derailleur / Shimano CS-4600 (11-25) Cassette / KMC X10 Chain / RaceFace Chester (36t, 165mm) Crank / Hive LG1 Nickel w/ 38t Direct Mount Bash Chainguide
  • Wheels: WTB STP i25 27.5 32h Rims / Joytech DH Hubs / Maxxis Highroller II 27.5x2.4 DH Dual Tires

GEOMETRY:

 

 SIZES  SM  MD  LG  XL
 Reach (mm)  367  390  419  445
 Stack (mm)  591  591  591  591
 Effective TopTube (mm)  557  582  608  633
 SeatTube (mm)  420  420  420  420
 SeatTube Angle* (Degrees)  72.6  72.6  72.6  72.6
 HeadTube Length (mm)  122  122  122  122
 HeadTube Angle* (Degrees)  63  63  63  63
 Chainstay* (mm)  442  442  442  442
 Wheelbase* (mm)  1154  1180  1205  1230
 BB Drop   -4  -4  -4  -4
 Spring Rate  350  400  450  500
 *Geometry settings are shown in the low BB setting, long chainstay setting in the long travel  200mm mode.

 

FRAME SPECIFICATIONS:

 Fork Axle To Crown  568-581mm
 Fork Offset  42-48mm
 Rear Shock Size  240mm x 76mm
 Shock Hardware  22.2mm x 8mm
 Headset (Top)  44mm Zero Stack
 Headset (Bottom)  56mm Zero Stack
 BB Shell  83mm BSA Threaded
 Rear Brake Mount  160mm IS Mount
 Rear Axle  12mm x 150mm
 Front Derailleur Style  None
 ISCG Tabs  ISCG 05 (0mm Offset)
 Seatpost Diameter  31.6mm
 Seat Clamp  34.9mm
 Max Chainring Size  38t Single
 Max Tire Size  27.5 x 2.5

 

ACCOLADES:

" Transition has delivered again. It seems these guys have been on fire this year. It goes to show the passion and motivation of a small rider-owned company can really go a long ways in a world full of big budget marketing. This bike feels at home on very steep, chunky terrain and as speeds increase the length and slack geo will never leave you feeling insecure. " - Drew Rohde, Decline Magazine Click here for the full review 

The TR500 is something special, a downhill bike that feels familiar right out of the box, with impeccable handling that reduces the time needed to unlock its secrets and increases the amount of time available for pushing it as hard as possible. When you're spending hard earned dollars on lift tickets or race entry fees, the last thing you want is to waste time trying to relearn all the little handling quirks of a bike every time you roll it out of the garage. That's where the TR500 shines - just hop on and start charging, and the TR500 will get the job done in style, whether it's roaring across the finish line, or whipping sideways over a floaty booter. While it may not garner the same amount of press as the carbon race steeds of the World Cup circuit, that doesn't mean it's any less capable, and the adjustable geometry allows it to be configured to meet just about any rider's needs." - Mike Kazimer, PinkBike, Click here for the full review

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