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Based in Murrieta California, Turner Suspension Bicycles has been designing and building cutting edge American Made Full-suspension Mountain Bikes Since 1994.These bikes we design, build, nurture and package just for you to ride. With all the love and consideration we concentrate into every unique frame with only a single purpose in the end. To be the best possible experience for you on the trail. Since after all, that is what this is all about, right?We are a small american bike company pushing tactful global proportions, which is a very modest dominion given we are composed of only a few hardworking and charismatic cyclists. Yes we all work here because we love what we do, we ride what we make. Thus we want the same thing you do. . . to pedal down our favorite trails and experience what this is all about. Life is to be cherished and We are in the business of making the tools to achieve this ambition.Currently we offer three bike models: The Flux- xc/ trail bike, 5.Spot- enduro trail/ all mtn bike, Sultan- trail 29er mtn bike. Early next year we will also be including the DHR and RFX to our bike family.

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  • Joe says:

    Ok, is this just my poor eyesite or are the welds on those bikes REALLY sloppy ???

  • Tube Miter says:

    I wish people who knew nothing about framebuilding would refrain from talking about how a weld *looks*. There’s no possible way to determine the quality of those welds from these pictures. No possible way.

    One thing for sure, Turner has its frames built by welders who know precisely what they’re doing, who weld for many companies.

    So I’d say it’s not only Joe’s poor “eyesite” (sic) but also his lack of knowledge.

  • andlp says:

    Well, the RFX does have a sign attached to the chain stay that says “prototype,” so it’s OK if it’s a little sloppy. The final production bike will be a lot more polished.

  • dave says:

    142mm real wheel spacing on the rfx? Is this new? Seems rather odd, why not 150mm? Not sure if I like how the rear swing arm goes over the seat tube, are you going to have to ride bow legged?

  • Billy Mays says:

    Hmmm….. “I’m not in the fashion business….I don’t try to change things every year, blah blah…give ‘em a pat on the butt and say this is the new Shit”…is that why the designs have changed multiple times in the last 3 years? Horst- then TNT and now to DW? Seems ike a lot of changing to me- and definitely a lot of kool aid being passed around:)

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