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Sentinel Menu v1.4


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Older women with a very early, non-invasive breast cancer known as ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), gain no long-term benefit from undergoing a sentinel lymph node biopsy to see if the cancer has spread, new research by the Yale School of Public Health has found.


Women diagnosed with DCIS almost always have surgery (usually a lumpectomy) to remove the DCIS and not the entire breast. Many also have the sentinel node biopsy, which involves removing a few lymph nodes under the arm to determine if the cancer has spread. Since DCIS is not invasive, experts do not recommend these biopsies for DCIS patients.


The findings are important because between 17 percent and 40 percent of women with DCIS currently undergo sentinel lymph node biopsies, even though experts do not recommend the procedure for DCIS patients.


Transition\u2019s all-rounder, the 29in wheeled Sentinel, gets enduro-focused updates that the British Columbian brand hopes will increase the scope of its versatile trail-slaying bike.\nBike of the Year 2020 winners announced\nYT Jeffsy Base 29 review\nThe updates are focused around a full carbon-fibre frameset, including front and rear triangles and rocker plate, which uses a specially-formulated carbon mix from Toray \u2013 a Japenese materials specialist. Transition claims this creates the perfect balance of strength, rock-strike or impact resilience, and overall stiffness.\nTransition also states it\u2019s refined its EPS moulding process to create more-defined frame lines.\nThe updates also include a suspension kinematic that\u2019s compatible with both coil and air shocks. Transition states that it\u2019s got a 24 per cent overall progression rate that increases linearly throughout the travel.\nIn standard form, the 62.5mm stroke shock produces 150mm of rear wheel travel, but it\u2019s designed the bike so it can be run with 140mm of travel if a 57.5mm stroke shock is fitted.\nAs a brand that isn\u2019t afraid to embrace the latest trends, such as the market\u2019s appetite for longer dropper posts, Transition has given every size of the new Sentinel shorter seat-tube lengths so that increasing dropper post travel is possible.\n\n The frame has some neat touches. Transition Bicycle Company\nTo help accommodate long-travel droppers, it\u2019s also increased the seatpost insertion depth. This makes it possible for the small-sized bike to come standard with a 150mm dropper, while the medium has a 180mm post and the large, extra-large and extra-extra-large bikes have 210mm posts.\nThe new 2020 Sentinel features Transition\u2019s lifetime warranty, although this is only available to the first owner of the bike, 148mm Boost rear axle spacing, a threaded bottom bracket and \u2013 in a bold but fantastic move \u2013 external rear brake hose routing. This means swapping brakes, changing damaged hoses or bleeding them is considerably easier.\nIt\u2019s got a water bottle mount on the inside of the front triangle and an additional mount on the underside of the top tube, although a standard size and shaped bottle won\u2019t fit on the second set of mounts because it will foul the shock\u2019s piggyback.\n2020 Transition Sentinel geometry\nThe new Sentinel\u2019s geometry is truly at the sharp end of modern for a trail bike.\nThat means we\u2019re delighted to see steep seat-tube angles across the bike\u2019s sizes, long reach figures and a meaty wheelbase.\nAdd to the mix a 63.6-degree head tube angle and low bottom bracket and there\u2019s no denying this bike\u2019s got an appetite for gnarly riding.\n\n \ufeffSizeSmallMediumLargeExtra-largeExtra-extra-largeReach (mm)420450476501521 Stack (mm)613622631640649 Effective top tube length (mm)552585613641665 Seat tube length (mm)350390430460490 Effect seat tube angle (degrees)78.277.576.976.475.9 Actual seat tube angle (degrees)70.870.870.870.870.8 Head tube length (mm)100110120130140 Head tube angle (degrees)63.663.663.663.663.6 Chainstay length (mm)440440440440440 Wheelbase (mm)1,1991,2331,2631,2921,316 Bottom bracket drop (mm)2929292828 Standover (mm)671688700712722 Seatpost insertion depth (mm)220250290320350 \n\n2020 Transition Sentinel models and price\nThe new Sentinel comes in three builds: the cheapest NX Eagle retails for \u00a34,299.95; a mid-range GX Eagle model retails for \u00a35,299.95; and the most expensive X01 Eagle costs \u00a36,299.95. The frameset costs \u00a32,999.95.\n2020 Transition NX Eagle Sentinel Carbon Complete\n\n The NX Eagle is the cheapest Sentinel, costing \u00a34,299.95. Transition Bicycle Company\nFrame: Toray 24T and 30T Uni-Directional Japanese carbon fibre front and rear triangles and rocker, 150mm travel\nFork: RockShox Lyrik Select Charger RC 160mm travel\nShock: RockShox Super Deluxe Select+ RT\nGroupset: SRAM NX Eagle (1\u00d712)\nCrankset: SRAM NX Eagle (1\u00d712)\nBrakes: SRAM Code R\nWheels: Stans Flow D rims on Novatech D791SB\/D462SB hubs\nTyres: Maxxis Assegei 3C EXO+ 29 x 2.5in (f), Maxxis Minion DHRII 3C EXO+ 29 x 2.4in (r)\nBar and stem: RaceFace Chester handlebar and RaceFace Aeffect R (40mm) stem\nSaddle: ANVL Forge CroMo\nSeatpost: OneUp dropper post\nSizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL\nPrice: \u00a34,299.95\n2020 Transition GX Eagle Sentinel Carbon Complete\n\n The mid-range GX Eagle bike retails for \u00a35,299.95. Transition Bicycle Company\nFrame: Toray 24T and 30T Uni-Directional Japanese carbon fibre front and rear triangles and rocker, 150mm travel\nFork: RockShox Lyrik Ultimate RC2 160mm travel\nShock: RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate\nGroupset: SRAM GX Eagle (1\u00d712)\nCrankset: SRAM GX Eagle (1\u00d712)\nBrakes: SRAM Code RSC\nWheels: Stans Flow S1 Team\nTyres: Maxxis Assegei 3C EXO+ 29 x 2.5in (f), Maxxis Minion DHRII 3C EXO+ 29 x 2.4in (r)\nBar and stem: ANVL Mandrel handlebar and ANVL Swage (40mm) stem\nSaddle: ANVL Forge CroMo\nSeatpost: OneUp dropper post\nSizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL\nPrice: \u00a35,299.95\n2020 Transition X01 Eagle Sentinel Carbon Complete\n\n The X01 is the top-of-the-range Sentinel and costs \u00a36,299.95. Transition Bicycle Company\nFrame: Toray 24T and 30T Uni-Directional Japanese carbon fibre front and rear triangles and rocker, 150mm travel\nFork: Fox Float 36 Grip 2 Performance Elite 160mm travel\nShock: Fox Float X2 Performance Elite\nGroupset: SRAM X01 Eagle (1\u00d712)\nCrankset: SRAM X1 carbon Eagle (1\u00d712)\nBrakes: SRAM Code RSC\nWheels: DT Swiss M1700 Spline 30\nTyres: Maxxis Assegei 3C EXO+ 29 x 2.5in (f), Maxxis Minion DHRII 3C EXO+ 29 x 2.4in (r)\nBar and stem: OneUp Carbon handlebar, ANVL Swage (40mm) stem\nSaddle: ANVL Forge Ti\nSeatpost: OneUp dropper post\nSizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL\nPrice: \u00a36,299.95\n2020 Transition Sentinel Carbon frame\n\n The new Transition Sentinel has full carbon front and rear ends and a carbon fibre rocker link. Transition Bicycle Company\nFrame: Toray 24T and 30T Uni-Directional Japanese carbon fibre front and rear triangles and rocker, 150mm travel\nShock: Fox Float X2 Performance Elite\nSizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL\nPrice: \u00a32,999.95\n","image":"@type":"ImageObject","url":"https:\/\/images.immediate.co.uk\/production\/volatile\/sites\/21\/2020\/04\/Sentinel-full-bike-7c2bc57.jpg?quality=90&resize=768,574","width":768,"height":574,"headline":"2020 Transition Sentinel gets enduro-focused updates","author":["@type":"Person","name":"Alex Evans"],"publisher":"@type":"Organization","name":"BikeRadar","url":"https:\/\/www.bikeradar.com","logo":"@type":"ImageObject","url":"https:\/\/images.immediate.co.uk\/production\/volatile\/sites\/21\/2019\/03\/cropped-White-Orange-da60b0b-04d8ff9.png?quality=90&resize=265,53","width":182,"height":60,"speakable":"@type":"SpeakableSpecification","xpath":["\/html\/head\/title","\/html\/head\/meta[@name='description']\/@content"],"url":"https:\/\/www.bikeradar.com\/news\/2020-transition-sentinel-gets-enduro-focused-updates\/","datePublished":"2020-04-28T16:00:57+00:00","dateModified":"2020-04-28T16:17:26+00:00"}] 2020 Transition Sentinel gets enduro-focused updates Carbon from Toray, shorter seat-tube lengths and more suspension progression increase the Sentinel's enduro-ness 041b061a72


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