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Turner DHR

Discussion in 'Interbike 2010' started by Ridemonkey.com, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. Ridemonkey.com

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    Turner has licensed DW link from the infamous Dave Weagle for 2011, and the new DHR looks quite stunning. The bike has 8.3 inches of rear travel, and has a very low center of gravity. Full details and pictures inside.
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    The dw-link system has been proven over years of testing on the Iron Horse Sunday, and now makes its jump to an American steed.


    A DHX RC4 will be stock on the DHR frame, and it will have an ISCG 05 mount.


    Placing the shock close to the bottom bracket creates a low center of gravity; this bike will be a great cornerer!




    The rear axle of the DHR is 150 X 12, and the frame has 210 mm of rear travel.

    The DHR boasts "ten years of DH evolution", so one can expect that merging a proven suspension design, dw-link, with a proven brand, Turner, will be a good combination. The sizes of the bike range from XS to XXL, so there will be a DHR to fit almost everyone.
     

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  2. TheTruth

    TheTruth Turbo Monkey

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  3. AlmostHeaven

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    are you being sarcastic? some people already have theirs built and rideable...
     
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    anyone know how much it'l cost?
     
  5. ianjenn

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    $3199 frame and shock.