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Video – Transition Bikes with possibly the best press release yet

Transition Bikes – GiddyUp Bikes Press Release

Normally we don’t feature press releases, but we’re going to have to make an exception for this gem from Transition Bikes. They recently announced the launch of four entirely new bikes, and by entirely new I mean they’re a complete departure for Transition in terms of suspension design. Previously Transition have been famous for their single pivot with rocker system bikes, but now they bring us ‘Giddy Up Link Suspension’. What’s it all about? Well watch the official press release video below to find out…

So yeah, they’ve moved to a true 4-bar arrangement and are basically fed up with bikes being so categorised, so all the new models are ‘designed for up and down mountains’. We like Transition’s style.

What weapons have you got to choose from? Well they’re all below…

First up is the Patrol…

And if you want to see more of the Patrol click on the gallery below:

Next is the Suppressor, which on the surface at least seems very similar to the Patrol, apart from the smaller wheels. These days there really aren’t many choices out there if you’re looking for something with 26″ wheels, but this has all the makings of a great option.

Click on the gallery below to see the Suppressor in more detail:

Slightly down the travel scale is the new Scout…

If you want to see more, you’ve guessed it, click on the gallery below:

And finally, but by no means least is the Smuggler that caters for those wanting even bigger wheels, and even less travel.

Yep, and there’s more shots of it in the gallery below…

We can’t wait to throw a leg over these new bikes, because as you might have guessed from their video, if there’s one thing the Transition boys can do, it’s make a fun bike.


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