According to Transition, the Vanquish 29 is the closest thing to an XC frame the company has made, though an emphasis is placed on the bike’s ability to “party in the woods.” To that end, the Vanquish is properly slack and designed around a 120mm suspension fork.
The Vanquish 29 frame is available in medium, large and XLCourtesy
The Transition Vanquish geometryCourtesy
Transition Throttle 27.5
The Transition Throttle 27.5Courtesy
The Throttle is more of an all-mountain oriented hardtail than its big-wheeled sibling. This 27.5in frame has ISCG-05 chainguide tabs and slacker geometry than its big-wheeled brother and is designed around a 140mm fork.
The Throttle 27.5 frame is available in small, medium, large and XLCourtesy
The Transition Throttle geometryCourtesy
The Vanquish 29 and Throttle 27.5 share a number of frame featuresCourtesy
The Vanquish 29 and Throttle 27.5 feature internal cable routing for the shift cable and dropper seatpost, 148x12mm rear axle spacing and threaded bottom brackets.
The claimed frame weight for both models is 1,400g.
These frames retail for $1,600. The SRAM GX-equipped complete bikes retails for $3,699. (UK and Australian pricing have yet to be announced.)