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David Turner shows us the DHR, 5.Spot, Sultan, and the in-production Burner 650B with ISCG tabs, Continental X-King tires, roughly 13-inch bottom bracket, dw-link, and a 67° head angle.

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Turner DHR

This revision of the DHR bloodline has been broken down into its essential elements and painstakingly rebuilt with every minor detail polished to stunning perfection. Now with a twelve year long lineage, the new DHR gains the use of the dw-link and such features as centralized & lower center of gravity, postmount disc brake mounts, 1.5 inch headtube and an anodized & laser etched finish. This purpose built, world cup downhill race bike will outperform anything else in its class.
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Turner DHR dw-link

Simultaneously engineered anti-squat and wheel rate curves are the mathematical formulas that make dw-link the world's most efficient and traction-aiding suspension system. The dw-link is the only design on the market that is able to control unwanted bob and still remain active in more gear combinations than any other design. Dave Weagle has been refining the mathematics of optimum pivot locations of the dw-link on everything from World Cup winning downhill bikes to short travel XC flyers.
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Turner 5.Spot

The Turner 5.Spot revolutionized the trail bike class in 2003 and now, nine years later, it continues to raise the bar for unparalleled ride quality. With the addition of the dw-link and then the updated trail geometry, the 5.Spot pedaled like a xc rocket while still handling like a gravity built machine. Never has the pendulum been swung so far and still remain so perfectly balanced. Now new for version 4.2 is the 142x12 Thru Axle, ISCG 05 Mounts, new cable clamping system (no more zip ties) and increased Shock Clearance. And then along with the 44 Headtube, post-mount disc brake mounts, Journal Bearings, and Zerk Lubrication Fittings the Turner 5.Spot is the epitome of what a trail bike should be.
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Turner Enduro Build 5.Spot

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Turner Sultan

With twenty nine inch wheels and 125mm of travel, the Sultan is already marking the benchmark for distinction. Then the Sultan gained the dw-link and now with a number of other refinements it has been honed to perfection. Finally a 29er that lives up to promises of not only pedaling efficiency and travel plushness but with a fine-tuned trail geometry that will inspire talent. Forget the twitchy unforgiving handling of other 29ers since the Sultan is redefining the expectations of its class.
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Turner Burner

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Turner Burner 650b

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Turner Burner 1x11 SRAM

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Turner Interbike Booth

American Made Bikes Since 1994. Officially that is the gist of it, but what is left unsaid is where all the richness and depth of Turner Bikes lies. And that story begins quite before Turner Suspension Bicycles Incorporated even existed and thrives on the people who both toil over every frame that leaves here to every rider that flows down their favorite trail.
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Turner Interbike Booth

American Made Bikes Since 1994. Officially that is the gist of it, but what is left unsaid is where all the richness and depth of Turner Bikes lies. And that story begins quite before Turner Suspension Bicycles Incorporated even existed and thrives on the people who both toil over every frame that leaves here to every rider that flows down their favorite trail.

 

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  • Dan says:

    I like this guy…

    Dave Turner…when it’s “next bike time”, you will be getting my $$$ sir.

  • Danny says:

    The best presentation from interbike byfar

  • Adam says:

    Way to go Dave. I agree with Dan. I live in Alaska. I know many people riding a Homer. When it’s time for me. I’m going Turner. Love the simplicity of pivot maintenance.

  • Reclusive01 says:

    Dave Turner is great. Who else explains their line-up in such detail without missing a beat. He knows what he is doing and understands angles and suspension. The Burner is a bike I have always wanted. Nice to see a 650B. It will be my next bike. Keep up the good work Dave. I like your attitude and passion. Ride on.

  • Mitch Berger says:

    building what riders want,a winning philosophy

  • Easy Tiger says:

    Dave was clearly not convinced about 650b, yet he’s called it the Burner. Strange mixed messages….

  • IRMB says:

    Easytiger: Dave is all aboot the 650. That’s what he’s been riding the past 2 years. In fact, if you talk to him, he’s a bigger proponent of 650 than he is 29er.

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