MBA Test: The Turner DHR, Low-And-Slack Aluminum Rocket Ship
Mountain Bike Action Mag just did a Bike Review on the Turner DHR in their June 2012 issue. The MBA crew piloted the DHR, probed and studied the intrinsic details, compiled their data and opinions, and came to their incisive judgement with clear resolve. . .
Want to go fast? simply put, the DHR is purpose built for one simple reason. Their answer - “I wanna go fast”
Below is an excerpt from the article, enjoy.
Turner has been making the DHR since 2000, and since its inception, it has been a privateer racer’s dream bike. It has been through four iterations, and many of the previous generations can still be seen in the lift lines at bike parks worldwide. This is not a disposable bike; it’s an investment that will serve the fast downhill rider for years to come. While the first generations are still favorites of downhill racers around the world, this DHR is designed to smash the previous ones and live on the cutting edge of performance. . . The DHR is a downhill race bike that’s clearly designed to level the ground and lay waste to rocks, roots and chutes. The DHR likes to descend at Mach 5 with the rider’s hair on fire. . . [..ReadMore..]
Here is a link to the online version of the Turner DHR review:
Or for more info you can download the pdf here: