Transition Bikes have dropped details of their much-anticipated follow up to their ‘Double’ slopestyle frame. Chris Smith has been putting the new Triple through its paces at the FlyUp417 Project.
Transition have launched their all-new slopestyle frame, the Triple, an evolution of the outgoing Double. Available in 26″ only and a single frame size, Transition have boiled this down to the basics.
Watch Chris Smith put the new bike through its paces, complete with a few spills and catch the full blurb below. Can you tell us where this song was used before in an MTB video?
Transition Bikes is proud to unveil the long awaited successor to the Double slopestyle bike. The Triple is everything you loved about the Double, and then some. Built to withstand the demands of the world’s best slopestyle riders in a package that’s fun for everyone. One size fit’s all, concentric BB and sleek lines for days.
Transition gets back to its Slopestyle, short travel roots with the new Triple. You don’t have to wear skinny jeans and flip whip like an FMB Pro to have fun on this bike. The Triple plays homage to our past Slopestyle models like the BottleRocket and Double with some serious modern day engineering that will make your brain hurt. Stuff like a concentric bottom bracket pivot and an ultra progressive leverage rate curve for maximum boost-ability.
If you like your bike packed with features then look no further. The Triple’s adjustable dropouts and zero chain growth allows you to run singlespeed without a tensioner, and how about a downtube shifter mount so you can barspin for days without having to worry about your shifter. All this with updated geometry and ‘one size fits all’ so you don’t have to rack your brain over what size to get.
- Zero Chaingrowth Concetric BB Pivot
- Ultra short 390mm Chainstay Length
- Adjustable 10x135mm Dropouts for Gears or SingleSpeed Drivetrain
- Tapered Headtube
- Threaded 73mm Bottom Bracket Shell
- Removable Downtube Shifter Mount
- Frame Weight: 6.2 lbs.