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Roll on a flashy limited edition Turner Cyclosys with matching Knight wheels

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Turner has a special limited edition of the same alloy Cyclosys cross bike we tested just over a year ago in a frame & tapered TRP fork combo that combines a wine red paint job with glacier blue accents. It even carries over to a color-matched set of carbon Knight Wheels as an option with the complete builds. A limited frame & fork is the starting point, and you can either spec an affordable bike with an entry 1x or go all in with a more pricey group and a couple of light carbon wheel options as well…

SRAM’s Apex 1x build and a standard set of alloy Stan’s Iron Cross wheels will keep your budget intact at $2650 for the complete butted and shaped aluminum bike in high contrast wine & glacier…

But if you want to add in those Knight Composite wheels it’ll add on another $1416 as an upgrade, so you might as well bump up to a Force 1x or Ultegra 2x which will tack on another $5oo for either. In any case you are now looking at $4563 to ride away in your fully tricked out alloy racer with the limited edition look.

The Cyclosys builds in room for 43mm tires making for more than just a cross race bike. We had a hard time not jumping off of every root & step when we tested it with 40mm Nanos.  It also gets clean modular internal routing, a PressFit BB, and geometry made for a bit of adventure. Check out the full details from back when we had the bike in hand or when we first saw its Sea Otter introduction in 2015.

TurnerBikes.com

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Greg
Greg
6 years ago

That frame is a beauty

BlackDog
BlackDog
6 years ago

Is it available as a frame only option?

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