Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011
Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011

Turner DHR DH Rare Downhill Bike 2011 26" Large frame top specs - Racing machine

Turner DHR DW Race downhill mountain bike. Size Large (L)One of the last proper 26” DH racing rigs before other wheel sizes took over. A rarity in the UK. 200mm travel in the front, 210mm in the back. This bike has a 63-degree head angle and low-slung (13.5-inch bottom bracket height) stance. Turner outfitted this bike with one of the slackest head angles and the lowest bottom brackets of DH bikes of that era. It was so forward thinking that it's still very relevant with the current trends. This is a very unique and rare bike. It's more suitable for a collector but it can be raced with no upgrades needed as it will happily take all abuse you throw at it .Geometry details:Head Tube Angle 63°, Head type length 4.3, Seat Tube Length 16.6,  Chainstay Length 17.4, Wheelbase 47.3, Standover 30.7, Reach 16.1, Stack 23.3Specs:Frame - Green Turner DHR, size L (Large)Headset - Cane Creek 110, ZeroStack top, External Cup bottom.1.5-inch both endsFork - Marzocchi 888 RC3 EVO V2 .Shock - FOX DHX RC4, 9.5x3, titanium shock boltsCranks - Truvativ Descendant 165mm, 34TPedals - Nukeproof Proton Al-CromoBottom Bracket - Sram GPXCassette - Dura Ace CS-7700 9 Speed, 11-25Rear derailleur -X0 9 SpeedShifter - Sram X0Brakes - Formula The One, with Uberbike Matrix padsRotors - Formula 203 mm on titanium boltsTyres - Continental Trail King UST 2.4, one set tubeless with Stan sealant.Hubs - Hopes Evo2 Pro (20mm front, 150x12mm Thru back)Rims - Stan’s ZTR Flow Saddle - SDG I-FLY I-BEAMSeatpost - SDG I-BEAM Carbon Fibre, 30.9mmChain guard - E-thirteen LG1+ Black/White comboStem - Straitline Direct mount 28mm - sitting on 10 mm spacerHandlebar - Reverse components BASE  790, 31.8, uncutGrips - LizardSkinsExtras:- Spare derailleur hanger- spare steel shock bolts- spare hardware for one shock end- spare hope spokes- spare longer stem: Blackspire DAS stem 30° 45/47mm- spare saddle: Formula FX SDG - wider and softer - conversion kit for front hub to QR- 2 springs (with rate of 350 and 400)- Original seatpost collar- Offset bushings, you can make the bike even slacker (62.5° head angle) and lower or steeper (63.5° head angle) and lift the BB- spare ISCG05 Tab/Adapter - Manuals, tuning guidesCondition:Overall condition, for its age, is great. This bike can be ridden straight away, everything works and no work is needed. It was used but not abused. I built it from the frame up. The frame was bought from Chainreaction around 2011. I revised the build a few times over the years. Weight wise you can get very low to the 15.2kg  area with air shock, carbon bars, carbon cranks, lighter tyres, pedals, etc. Current build is well above 16kgs. But I decided to move away from carbon and only kept the carbon seat post. - As expected from a bike of this age, there are plenty of scratches and marks. Mainly around chain-stay, as the chain is located very close to the chain-stay and eats the paint away. I replaced the protectors regular so wear is not as extreme. Some paint is missing from the chain-stay in the area next to tyre/bottom pivot. There are also scratches around the rear dropout (rotor bolt got loose) or bearing caps are bit rounded (still functional). Some random rock hits. Nothing structural.- Everything runs smooth and it’s ready to go.- Shock is in perfect condition, as I only used it only few times and swapped for Vivid Air for weight reduction. Works perfectly.- Fork was serviced regularly. I always replaced seals and all the oils. Standard mod of removing dust foams and stuffing with Stendec Super Easy Glide to improve sensitivity.- All frame bearings have plenty of grease and were regularly checked.- Noticed two cracks on the plastic chain guide guides around the bolts. Both on the plastic retainers. That can easily be replaced as spares are cheap and widely available from E13. Both elements are holding well, so I didn’t feel the need to replace.- Tyres, especially the front one are in very good condition.- Wheels run true and smooth.Please check detailed high-res pictures below.This is a collection only item. Collection is from SE16 / Bermondsey / London

London,United Kingdom
6 days ago
£1,650.00