There are. Thousands have been found. Do the research. What other conclusion can one reach from the fossil record? You don't see Precambrian era turtle fossils, or Mesozoic era elephants or Paleozoic dinosaurs.
How come we havent found any, just lots of phony fossils made up to fool our kids, that are later discovered to be just what they are, like piltdown man, Peking man and all the others.
Sounds like you've been getting information from creationist websites. That's a bad idea. They're inherently dishonest and don't do any real science. Piltdown man is the only ape-human transitional I'm aware of that was ever taken seriously by science, and it was debunked decades ago. Curiously enough, it became suspicious because it didn't fit in the proper biogeographical area with other 'transitionals', so was discovered. Not the proudest moment of science (that it took so long to smoke out), but it was done.
Why do you think we should have found every transitional fossil there is? Fossilization is rare are hard to depend on. There's other, much stronger lines of evidence that support evolution (like genetics), in spite of the large number of transitional fossils found.
You have been fed a pile of you know what. Scientific American a few years ago had its cover story of finding the very FIRST wonderful transitional fossil in China (a reptile/bird thing) but low and behold it turned out to be another fake. Do more research.