2022 Transition Patrol Alloy NX 29"Front/27.5"Rear

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29" F /27.5" R | 160/160mm Travel | 63° HT | *Staff Pick
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Frame Patrol Alloy
Wheel Size 29"
Travel 160 mm Rear/ 160 mm Front
Fork Marzocchi Bomber Z1 Air 160mm Travel/44mm Offset
Rear Shock Fox Float X Performance 2 Position (205x60)
Headset FSA NO.55R/57
Bottom Bracket
Shifter SRAM NX Eagle MMX
Rear Derailleur SRAM NX Eagle
Cassette SRAM PG 1230 (10-50t)
Chain SRAM NX Eagle
Chainring 32t
Crankset SRAM Descendent 6K DUB (/165mm)
Brakes SRAM Code R
Rotors SRAM Centerline (200mm)
Seatpost OneUp Dropper Post
Handlebar RaceFace Chester 35 SM (780x20) MD/LG/XL (780x35)
Stem RaceFace Aeffect R (40mm)
Grips Sensus Lite
Saddle ANVL Forge Cromo
Pedals N/A
Front Wheel Stans Flow D | Hubs: Novatec D791SB-B15/D902SB-B12
Rear Wheel Stans Flow D | Hubs: Novatec D791SB-B15/D902SB-B12
Front Tire Schwalbe Magic Mary, Super Trail, Soft (29x2.4)
Rear Tire Schwalbe Big Betty, Super Trail, Soft (27.5x2.4)
Sizes S, M, LG, XL

"Hands down one of the most responsive, hard charging, playful bikes out there."

- Jake, The BackCountry Employee




"There was something magical about taking the Patrol down steep terrain. It allowed me to just let go of the brakes and, immediately thereafter, let go of my worries. In the most crucial of situations, the Patrol's geometry, suspension and wheel size came together perfectly."
-Beta MTB Full Review


The Pure Bred Party Animal
The mixed wheel Patrol has a new haircut but is still down for anything and truly unapologetic when it comes to shredding trail.

Being one of the longest standing bikes in our lineup, it was the obvious choice to mix it up. Updated geometry to accommodate the 29" front / 27.5" rear wheels and revised suspension tune might just make you ride all day, and then all night. Jibbing, jumping, pumping and hooting your way down the trail, the updated Patrol loves to party. From bike parks to your local trails, the Patrol isn't concerned with where you ride but rather how much fun you are having.




  • Mullet - 29" Front tire | 27.5" rear tire
  • Lifetime Warranty + crash replacement program
  • Geo adjust chip for high and low bottom bracket setting
  • Size specific chainstays
  • Pivot technology
  • Fully integrated, flush mounted rubber frame protection at all critical areas
  • Enduromax bearings
  • Gear accessory mount under top tube
  • Dual crown fork compatible
  • Tire clearance up to 2.6"
  • Press in headset
  • Universal derailleur hanger



We want to make it as easy as possible to experience great rear suspension performance. The GiddyUp suspension system is designed to behave intuitively across a broad range of setup. Because, we get it, sometimes you just want to grab your bike and GiddyUp, without checking your setup. When you do, it will always feel good.

With nearly 24% progression and the most current evolution of our GiddyUp suspension kinematic, the Patrol has an excellent balance of support and small bump sensitivity. Anti-squat is tuned to enhance pedaling performance and provides a platform to push against when pumping, without sacrificing a bottomless feel when needed.

The GiddyUp suspension layout is tuned to work correctly with both air and coil rear shocks. Riders are able to add or remove volume spacers in the rear air shock to suit their individual riding style and there is plenty of bottom out control with air or coil shocks when things get rowdy. The Patrol has 160mm of rear wheel travel when used with the supplied 205mm x 60mm stroke shock. It is also possible to install a longer, 205mm x 65mm stroke shock to increase the rear wheel travel to 170mm if you are after a longer travel experience.

A suggested sag range of 27 - 33% allows the rider to tune the feel of the bike; from a firm and snappy jump and slash mode, to a more supple and active full on party mode. Wherever you end up, you can focus on the trail without remotes, levers or knobs. Just grab your bike and GiddyUp.



Speed Balanced Geometry

SBG ensures the bike maintains low speed agility, front wheel traction, and proper rider weight balance while actually increasing confidence in steep terrain and at high speeds. With SBG, a slacker head tube angle is combined with a all new reduced offset fork standard, preventing the front wheel from being too far in front of the rider. This improves front to rear weight distribution on the bike, which is often out of balance on long and slack bikes. One of SBG's greatest benefits is that it creates a confident steering feel that adapts to wheel speed. More stability when going fast, more agility on technical slow speed maneuvering as well as improved traction, control and confidence for any skill level of rider.

A. REACH 420 / 415 455 / 450 480 / 475 510 / 505
ACTUAL ST ANGLE 70.5° / 70° 70.5° / 70° 70.5° / 70° 70.5° / 70°
B. STACK 623 / 628 623 /628 632 / 637 641 / 646
C. EFFECTIVE TT LENGTH 540 / 543 575 / 578 603 / 606 636 / 639
D. SEAT TUBE LENGTH 360 390 430 460
E. EFFECTIVE ST ANGLE 79.6° / 79.1° 78.8° / 78.3° 78.1° / 77.6° 77.5° / 77°
F. HEAD TUBE LENGTH 100 100 110 120
G. HEAD TUBE ANGLE 63.5° / 63° 63.5° / 63° 63.5° / 63° 63.5° / 63°
H. CHAINSTAY LENGTH 434 / 436 434 / 436 440 / 442 440 / 442
I. WHEELBASE 1196 / 1198 1231 / 1233 1266 / 1268 1301 / 1303
J. BOTTOM BRACKET DROP 15 / 22 15 / 22 15 / 22 15 / 22
K. ESTIMATED BB HEIGHT 340 / 333 340 / 333 340 / 333 340 / 333
L. STAND OVER HEIGHT 675 / 685 690 / 700 705 / 715 720 / 730
M. FORK OFFSET 44 44 44 44
SEAT TUBE OFFSET AT BB 100 100 100 100
With the huge variety of trail styles, riding styles and bike setup preferences, we would urge you to not just pick a size because you have always ridden that size but factor in how your weight will be balanced and distributed on the bike. We want you to have as much fun as possible riding your bike. Remember, there is no right or wrong size for you (within reason of course), pick the size that feels the most comfortable and confidence inspiring for your riding style.

We highly suggest using the "Reach" measurement as the starting point for picking a size. The reach measurement will tell you how roomy the bike will feel and how balanced you will be when you are in an attack position standing on the pedals. Reach is now a standard that the mountain bike industry uses so you can use it to compare other bikes.



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