Dropper seatpost, 140mm travel, 142×12 axle, medium wheels, 67º head angle. Is this the archetype of a modern trail bike?
Easton Havoc 50mm stem accentuates the trail shredding geometry on this rig.
Fat aluminum welds? Plethora of grease ports? Lots of machined aluminum? American flag? Sounds like a Turner!
SRAM X0 Twisters getting along just fine with Shimano XT braking.
Grip Shift always elicits a love / hate response, but you can't deny it makes for a super clean cockpit.
Loving the balance of this compact frame and 650B wheel size.
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I am currently in NC on family business and interested in a Turner Burner built for all-around trail riding.
I’m currently 5’10”, 250 lbs. with a 27″ inseam. If you could estimate the cost to build up this frame with high end, solid components and ship it, along with an estimate on time needed, it would be greatly appreciated.
I am going to be driving cross country and stopping to ride along the way.
We’ll email you details Dave. Thanks for contacting us!
I’m interested in demo’ing a Turner Burner — or renting one for a weekend. I would ride an extra large I believe. Can you let me know what’s involved or of either is a possibility. Thanks
Hey Jay, thanks for checking out the site. We’ll be in touch with specifics via email. Thanks!