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The TR450 continues it's legacy as one of the best all around DH bikes on the market. The TR450 features easy suspension setup, well thought out geometry that inspires confidence from the first pedal stroke, and a ton of adjustability to let you create your perfect ride. World Cup proven for several seasons, the TR450 is a well thought out bike that allows you to feel completely balanced at all times. Combining big hit compliance and the ability to easily move the bike around where you want it, the TR450 is a playful DH bike that can adapt to any style of track with ease.

REAR TRAVEL: 210mm (8.25") Rear Wheel Travel
REAR SHOCK: 9.5" x 3" (Forward Pin 22.2mm x 8mm, Rear Pin 22.2mm x 8mm)
FRAME MATERIAL: 6061 Heat Treated Aluminum
SIZES: Small, Medium, Large
COLORS: Cyan/Black, Yellow/Black, White/Black
FRAME WEIGHT: 11.35 lbs / 5.15 kg (Medium Frame With Rear Shock)
COMPLETE WEIGHT: 38 lbs/17.2 kg (Medium Bike)
WARRANTY: 2 year defect warranty, lifetime crash replacement.
SEATPOST/CLAMP: 31.6mm Seatpost/34.9mm Clamp
HEADTUBE: 44mm Upper / 56mm Lower
BOTTOM BRACKET: 83mm shell x 56mm chainline
REAR DROPOUT: 150mm x 12mm
CHAINGUIDE: ISCG 05 - 0mm Offset

USA: CAN: INTL:
TR450 Frame with Fox DHX RC4 w/Kashima $2499 USD $2599 CAD Price Varies
TR450 1 Complete Bike w/Fox 40 RC2 w/Kashima $6699 USD $6899 CAD Price Varies
TR450 2 Complete Bike w/RockShox Boxxer RC (View Bike) $4399 USD $4549 CAD Price Varies


Rear Shock
Fork
Stem
Handlebar
Headset
Crankset
Brakes
Tires
Seatpost
Saddle
Grips
Cassette
Wheelset
Rear Shifter
Rear Derailleur
Chainguide
Chain
Pedals

TR450 1
Fox DHX RC4 Kashima
Fox 40 RC2 FIT Kashima
Easton Havoc 35 Direct Mount Stem (45/50mm, Black)
Havoc 35 Carbon Handlebar (800x20mm, 35mm)
FSA NO.57E Headset Black (ZS44/ZS56, 1.125" Fork)
Saint Crankset FC-M825 (165mm, 36t, 83mm)
Shimano Saint M820 203 w/Ice-tech Rotors
Maxxis High Roller II 26x2.4 3C
Thomson Elite 31.6x367mm
Transition Park N Ride Diamond Stitch Race
Transition Logo Lock On
Shimano 105 CS-5700 (10sp, 11-25)
Easton Havoc DH (UST, 20mm Front / 150mm Rear, Black)
Shimano M820 Saint 10 Sp
Shimano M820 Saint Shadow Plus (SS, DH)
Hive LG1+ ISCG05 32-36 Black
FSA Team Issue (10sp)
None


DECLINE MAGAZINE REVIEWS THE TR450
"If you are a gravity junky who wants a cool looking bike that will ride well and offer you easy adjustability depending on where you're riding then Transition has you covered. We particularly enjoyed the low, slack geometry of this bike and how balanced it felt right out fo the box. With some minor suspension tuning we were on pace and blasting down trails like we'd been on this bike all summer. - Decline Magazine"
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DIRT 100 2010 TOP PRODUCTS
Dirt Magazine names the TR450 one of the top 100 mountain bike products of 2010. Only a handful of DH bikes were selected and the TR450 made the list.
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DIRT MAGAZINE FULL REVIEW
"Overall the TR450 is an incredibly clean bike then, the lines are flowing and there is no place for mud build–up. The one–piece swingarm with internal cable routing, the protected linkage and shock, it all seems very simple, but yet few companies really get this near. Transition, in taking care to look at what some people might see as minor details have created a very strong package. - Dirt Magazine"
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SICKLINES.COM FULL REIVEW
"The TR450 was an easy bike to jump on and quickly become familiar with. Jumping felt easy and pretty intuitive on the bike. Changing lines was notably quite easy to unweight and reposition where it needed to be. On the faster rough terrain, the slack and low setup helped keep it stable and planted nicely. - Sicklines.com"
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SOUTHERN DOWNHILL FIRST IMPRESSIONS
"The thing that really grabs you is the amazing ability to hit rocky, bumpy sections without the rear shock flinching. It dealt with every size hit in the same, composed way. The travel felt limitless but you knew exactly what it was going to do. This meant that you could concentrate on getting the line you want and even work the bike to pop off a lip. - Southern Downhill"
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