The Transeo 5.0 is a fun, get-on-it-and-go, ride-around-town bike that has everything You you need to make each ride an enjoyable journey. It features GT's light, efficient, aluminum frame, a ride-smoothing suspension fork, easy-rolling 700c aluminum wheels with puncture-resistant tires, and quality components throughout. You also get a fast and easy-shifting, 21-speed drivetrain, confidence-inspiring disc brakes, a comfortable flat-handlebar riding position, and a supportive GT seat.
|Frame||GT Transeo Triple Triangle 6061 series alloy, smooth welded, and hydroformed (TT,DT), forged drop-outs, chainstay disc mounts, all utility braze ons|
|Fork||SR Suntour NVX-DS HLO 75mm travel, pre-load adjust, Hydraulic Lockout, disc specific, fender mounts|
|Rims/Wheels||Jalco JD200 Double Wall Alloy, 32h|
|Hubs||Front: Formula, Disc 32hRear: Formula, Disc 32h Freehub|
|Tires||700x35c Innova LandTracker w/ puncture protection|
|Bottom Bracket||Cartridge sealed|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano TY710|
|Cassette/Rear Cogs||Sunrace 8-speed cassette 11-32t|
|Shifters||Shimano Altus 8-speed Rapid Fire Plus|
|Handlebars||GT Type R flat riser bar, 31.8x640mm|
|Stem||3D forged GT alloy stem|
|Brake Levers||Shimano EF-500|
|Brakes||Tektro Mechanical Disc brake, 160mm rotor|
|Pedals||High Impact nylon platform|
|Seat Post||Alloy one bolt seat pillar|
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I have had my GT Traseo 5.0 for almost 5 months now. It has proven to be a good rid, shifting is made easy with thumb shifts also making it safer. The seat is comfortable and looks great, after 200 miles on the bike it still sits like new. The only problem I had was a rear spoke broke, but that was my fault for not shifting and putting too much torque on the rim, but that just tells me the drive train is strong as I am a big man at about 250lbs. Casual riders, this is the one.