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This Memorial Day Pick Up an Amazing deal on a U.S. Made Turner DHR

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Earlier today we touched on a few bicycle related sales in honor of Memorial Day Weekend, but not much will top this. Turner is offering a special holiday deal that starts with more than half off the price of an American made DHR downhill mountain bike frame. Usually the frame alone will run you $3,195, but for this weekend the ano green or ano orange frame with black decals can be had for just $1,495 in M-XL frame sizes (frame only). Rear shocks can be added starting with the Fox DHX RC2 for just $100 with other options including the RC4 Kashima, Cane Creek DB Coil, and BOS Stoy Rare Coil for $300-400 on top of the $1,495 frame only price.

The same goes for the front suspension with the Fox 40 Kashima, Boxxer WC, and BOS Idylle Rare Air all available for an additional $900 each. That means with a Fox DHX RC2 and any one of the forks, pricing for a frameset starts at just $2,495. Built with a 150x12mm rear end, 210mm of DW link suspension, and an anodized aluminum frame with ISCG 05 tabs, the time is now to get ready for your favorite bike park to open.

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Chris L
Chris L
7 years ago

“Celebrate Memorial Day” is a pretty tacky expression. Would you say “Celebrate breast cancer with pink anodized hubs”? Probably not. Try thinking for just a few seconds about why we have Memorial Day.

Word
Word
7 years ago

editorialism and sensationalism are in the same boat and are inherently similar

Word
Word
7 years ago

Besides Buying American on memorial is about supporting America and standing up for and being proud of those who fight for our freedom. Memorial Day is a day to be proud and thankful, not a day to point fingers at others. United we stand right?

Kev
Kev
7 years ago

Turner is jumping the shark. First, lowering the Czar nearly half. Now the DHR.

thesteve4761
thesteve4761
7 years ago

Ask your local stocking Turner dealer how excited about this he is…..

dave
dave
7 years ago

Turner has been doing the direct sales thing for about a year. I know the Canadian distributor dropped them at the start of 2014.

Still expensive for a 26 bike, considering all dh bikes are going 27.5.

dan
dan
7 years ago

then why dont you get back in the game and bring back the highline… just in a 27.5?

priority drinker
priority drinker
7 years ago

Because Dave moves like a turtle when it comes to releasing new bikes. He’s so worried about cost and stepping on his own toes that it takes him 4 years just to get a new model rolling. Imagine if he had made a carbon Sultan and a Burner instead of the Czar. They could have killed it it with that. Honestly, I’d but one of each if he made them.

bike
bike
7 years ago

Turner bikes rule and always have period.

thesteve4761
thesteve4761
7 years ago

@bike- is that supposed to read “period period”? Or do Turner’s bikes always have their period? Or something totally different I don’t know about?

@dave- direct sales is not a surprise. It’s the overnight 50% discount that would kill me as a dealer, especially if I had one on the floor.

pfs
pfs
7 years ago

What shop would keep a DH bike like this on the floor? Seriously, are they looking for a new way to collect dust and tie up cash? Bikes like this are typically custom order and any shop that “has one on the floor” were idiots to stock it in the first place.

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