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2013 Transeo 2.0

Specs
Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL
Frame: GT Transeo Triple Triangle Speed Metal™ alloy frame, double butted, smooth welded, and hydroformed (TT,DT), forged drop-outs, chainstay disc mounts, all utility braze ons
Fork: SR NRX-D RL light 75mm travel, pre-load adjust, remote lockout, alloy steeler, Magnesium lowers
Chain: KMC
Crank: Shimano Octalink M391 48/36/26
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Octalink
Pedals: Alloy one piece trekking, cro-mo axle
Front Derailleur: Shimano Acera
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Alivio 9spd
Shifters: Shimano Alivio 9spd Rapid Fire
Cog Set: Shimano HG20 9-speed 11-34
Rims: Jalco Disc SX170 double wall rims with stainless eyelets, 32h
Tires: 700x40c Schwalbe Landcruiser w/ puncture protection and reflective sidewalls
Hubs: All Terra Alloy 32h, Disc Specific
Rear Hub: All Terra Alloy 32h, Freehub Disc Specific
Spokes: 14G Stainless
Nipples: Brass
Brake: Tektro Draco Pro hydraulic disc brake with 160mm rotors
Brake Levers: Tektro Draco Pro Hydraulic
Handlebar: GT All Terra Alloy flat riser bar w/ 31.8 Clamp
Stem: New GT All Terra Alloy Ahead type +/- 7 degrees
Grips: GT Dual Density
Headset: Integrated 1 1/8" sealed bearing
Saddle: GT All Terra bio morphic w/ cromoly rails
Seat Post: GT All Terra two bolt alloy
Seat Clamp: GT All Terra QR

*All prices and specifications subject to change without notice.
Chassis Tune
  • Triple Triangle™

    Originally developed to extend the frame life, stiffen the rear triangle and thus create a faster, more responsive ride, the Triple Triangle™ frame has transcended its role as just another tech story and become an iconic symbol of who we are and what we stand for.

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5.0

Awesome Bike

By Teo the bike mechanic

from Roswell, NM

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        Comments about gt 2013 Transeo 2.0:

        Ok, I go back and forth between road and mountain biking and I have to say that this bike does them both pretty well. I wouldn't think of it as a mountain bike. It's best to compare it to the other city/commuter bikes (slick tires and usually no off road capability. I've had this bike almost a year. I have taken it mountain biking ( Intermediate technical, and beginners all mountain). It does loose grip on occasion, and isn't super agile. I mainly use this bike on both paved terrain and off road XC style terrain. With practice sand and gravel are no problems at all. The one major flaw I have found with this bike is that if someone ever wanted to put big burly tires for some serious mountain biking, the couldn't as the chain stays are pretty narrow in the back.

        Over all, yes I would diffidently recommend this to a friend or to anyone who plans to go on road as well as XC style dirt paths.

        I LOVE THIS BIKE ON DIRT!

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        5.0

        The one bike to do it all!

        By StingRay

        from Detroit, Mi.

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              Comments about gt 2013 Transeo 2.0:

              Was looking for a utilitarian bike to buzz around town on, to maybe do a little shopping with, and to do some commutting on, and settled on this fine bike. I always liked the look to the triple triangle frame design of GT and the matte black finish really drew me towards this model. I love this thing and haven't been on my other bikes since I picked it up! The hydraulic disc brakes are amazing and the front shock allows me to pretty much blast right over stuff that I'd have to avoid on my road bike. One fun machine! Thanks GT!

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