Introducing The All New Scout Carbon

The Scout has been one of our more overlooked bikes in our line. People are now just starting to catch on to how fun and capable this little bike is and now it's available in carbon. Touting all the great features and geometry of the aluminum Scout with a large reduction in weight and no compromise in strength. The carbon front triangle, seatstays and chainstays provide an amazingly playful feel on the trail or playground. Featuring the same dialed geometry and GiddyUp suspension as the alloy version, the carbon Scout is even better at turning trails into playgrounds. The fully guided internal cable routing for rear brake and derailleur are easy to use and rattle free. The collet main pivot keeps the rear end stiff and the threaded bottom bracket is a mechanics dream. All with around a 600 gram weight savings over the aluminum Scout.

"Whippy. That's the most accurate word to describe the ride of the Scout Carbon. The bike's dialed trail geometry and laterally stiff carbon frame makes it one of the most playful, grin-inducing bikes on the market today." - Ryan Palmer, Bike Magazine.

 

Scout Carbon / Turn Trails Into Playgrounds from Transition Bikes on Vimeo.

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Pinkbike from the top interview of the big k's

Great interview from Mike Kazimer over at Pinkbike for their From the Top interview series. Everything you ever wanted to know about Transition bikes straight from Kyle and Kevin. Click here to read the article.

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Transition Mega Podium weekend!

What an awesome weekend for Transition Bikes! Multiple podium's around the globe.

 

Tahnee - 2nd at Leogang World Cup, KrunkShox - 1st Place at GoPro Mountain Games, Alex McAndrew & Isaac Allaire - 1st and 2nd at ESC Dh, Logan Wetzel and Josh Gibb - Both 1st place in Pro and JR at CDC/NAEC Enduro.

TR500's, Patrols and Smugglers taking names.

 

Can you say WINNING?!

Photo credit - Boris Beyer

Photo credit - Andrew Olive

Photo credit - Jeb Wallace-Brodeur

Photo credit - Chris Bentley

 

 

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