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I have a soft spot for these short travel XC / Trail crossover bikes. My first full sus was a Specialized Camber, then I bought a 120mm forked 27.5 Anthem, and recently I've been riding a Transition Spur. For me, they represent the pure essence of mountain biking; riding up, bombing down, big miles, bit smiles.
Hi, i am a french XCM rider and i am looking for that bike... I already have an hardtail (Canyon Exceed) and i would like to have a second bike (fully) for races like Transvésubienne or Alps Epic in France. Do you think it is a good choice for this program ?
Hi what size is it? And how tall are you? I’m 177 cm I’m oriented medium size
About to buy the Elite build, this review helped me decide. Thank you!
Good review, I've been riding and racing one for a year now. An absolute weapon with near perfect geo, despite the SA. Extremely fast and efficient on the up and mega capable on the decent, I raced a gravity enduro againt 140/160 travel bikes and beat them all. The Sniper T gets 10 out of 10 from me.
How does it compare to the Spur?
Is that Dave mountain biking!?
Didn’t expect a bike review from the title! Just saying …
No. If it’s not fixed, it’s broken.
I'm a big fan of lightweight fast-rolling XC/Downcountry bikes. However, for many of these bikes, the geometry leaves a lot to be desired. A short-travel bike with a 76-77* STA and 65-64* HTA is my preference. The best geo of the XC/Downcountry bikes is probably the Rocky Mountain Element with a 76* STA and 65* HTA. The Canyon Spectral 125 has good geo but that bike isn't very light.
The Snipers wheelbase is way too short for me. I'd be flying over the handlebars every time I blinked. The Sniper needs a serious geometry update.
Hi David. What a great fun informative video. Good job 👍🚴♂️
Mountainbiking is so cool. An hour/ hour and a half is plenty for a good interval workout, you learn to corner like crazy, develop grip/upper body strength and how to really use your brakes. Think every roadie should go out for a rip on the 29’er every now and then