Video: 2011 Turner DHR with Dave Turner

We got a chance to check out the new 2011 Turner DHR and speak with Dave Turner about its features. Check inside for video with Dave and detailed photos for the new DHR.

The new dw-link Turner DHR is finally here.

The geometry is pretty aggressive compared to a lot of other bikes out there.  A low ~13.4″ bb paired slack ~63.3ºHA may have you scared to saddle up on this bike but Turner reckons the proof is when you put a leg over the bike as the paper numbers don’t dictate the way you think it will ride.

Four frame sizes are available on the DHR |  S, M, L, and an XL

Small 2011 Turner DHR (click to enlarge)

Lots of CNC work on the new DHR to help keep it as light as they could without sacrificing strength.  They clearly spent a lot of time refining this bike and it shows in the end product.  The frame is also made in the USA.

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More detailed look at more of the CNC machining. Easy access to all shock adjustments.

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More clearance for tires and mud on the production DHR compared to the prototypes.

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right bearing has black inspection cap off (click to enlarge)

Bearings are re-greaseable.  The black inspection caps come off easily with a cassette tool to allow you to check the bearings easily and clean them out if necessary.

cable guide (click to enlarge)

The short head tube allows you to setup the bike to your liking be it high, low, or somewhere in-between.

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Rear hanger is easily replaceable much like the previous DHR.

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Post mount rear caliper mounting.

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MSRP – starting at $3150.  You can order one through Fanatik Bike

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