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2019 Custom Transition Patrol, Tyson's Dream Build 11

Parts
Frame: Transition Patrol Carbon
Rear Shock: Push Elevensix
Fork: Fox Float 36 Factory. Misc.: Push ACS3 Coil Conversion
Headset: Cane Creek 110 series
Handlebar: OneUp Components Carbon
Stem: Enve Composites Carbon Fiber Mountain
Grips: Other . Misc.: Oneup Components Lock on Grips
Brakes: Magura MT7 Pro
Brake Levers: Magura MT7
Shifters: SRAM XX1
Rear Derailleur: SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold
Chainguide: OneUp Components Chainguide
Cranks: SRAM XX1 Eagle DUB
Chainrings / Sprocket: SRAM XX1 34T
Bottom Bracket: SRAM DUB Threaded
Chain: SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold
Cassette / Rear Cog: SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold
Pedals: OneUp Components Aluminum
Front Rim: Industry Nine Pillar Carbon
Rear Rim: Industry Nine Pillar Carbon
Hubs: Industry Nine Hydra
Spokes: Other . Misc.: Industry Nine
Front Tire: Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evolution
Rear Tire: Schwalbe Rock Razor
Saddle: SDG
Seatpost: OneUp Components 170mm
General Info
Model Year: 2019
Riding Type: Trail / All-Mountain
Weight: 29 lb 0 oz (13154 g)

Vital MTB member Nate L Nate L 11/10/2019 8:58 PM

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`Dang, 20mm rise bars, 10mm spacer stack>>Peddly.
`Try out Revgrips--youll be surprised
`You'll actually have more dynamic crank torque over obstacles with shorter cranks (talkin 155-165mm)
`If you were really 'bout dat pedal life then where is the WolfTooth elliptical (oval) chainring?
`Carbon stem huh--might as well go full shotgun suicide and run TI bolts on that bish [rotor bolts too]
`Check out Selle SMP saddles if you want the best fitting pedal friendly saddle on the market.
`No upper chainguide, lower bashguard (or tensioner) yet you're running coil front and rear..? Bro
`Any tire inserts? I'll bet you're scared of the added weight but check out Vittoria Airliners. Better bottom out rim protection than cushcore *and* lighter to boot. Them carbon hoops will tongue kiss you for it. Promise : )

This is overall a beauty of a build--way to really make it look like a mountainous bicycle sonny
Peace

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Thank you for your comment I appreciate the advise.
I have not ridden an oval chainring I may have to give it a shot.
The Enve stem comes with TI hardware.
I have the one up components chainguide and bashguard on there.
I do not have tire inserts but i do like your suggestion and i may try it out thank you.

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Don't worry dude, there's no rules about running chainguide/bashguard/tensioner if you're running coil ; ) And yet I will proceed to insert my opinion on the bike, which is that the small weight gain in good sidewall tires (such as Maxxis DD, equal or less than the weight gain from going coil) is significant on the trail. You may already know this and just have a preference for a super light wheelset, which I get. But the damping and cornering is greatly improved with burlier tires. Awesome bike though, it's gonna be a blast and congrats on your first full build!

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nice looking bike, Just one comment, why didn't you rotate the hose barbs at the calipers so you don't have them pointing up like that?

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oversight, It has been fixed. I was just excited to get the pictures when i got it all put together. this is my first complete build.

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Haha I get it. same thing happened to me with the last brakes I installed on my bike. I had the brake lines routed, cut and heat shrinked before realizing I could rotate the barbs, thankfully they weren't too far off so you can't tell right now.

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My old man has similar bike setup. He has air shocks, but still carbon patrol with exo casings. He rides serious trails that give most of us flats w/o inserts, but he doesn't ever flat because he never pushes as hard. Im actually pretty jealous that he gets away with it, and I dont think heavier casings would improve his riding at all.

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Yeah, confusing. Why would you want a dual-coil 160mm travel enduro bike with snakeskin XC tires on it? Seems like you could put real tires with real sidewalls on that bike and still have a light bike. Or if you don't need real tires where you ride, maybe you can also get away with a shorter travel bike?

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Perhaps it's a bike meant to be the ultimate couch on wheels...super plush and comfy...but fast rolling so that it's not too much of a chore.

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