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    Turner DHR or Too Good To Be True...

    Alright, everybody check their garage.

    Who's missing this:
    http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/bik/750164697.html.

    A DHR for $950?
    Slow-core. -.. .-. .. -. -.- .... --- -- . -... .-. . .--

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    I saw it last week.

    Could use a few upgrades, but I considered it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notaknob
    Alright, everybody check their garage.

    Who's missing this:
    http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/bik/750164697.html.

    A DHR for $950?
    Are Turners nice bikes??
    Last edited by cdaddy; 07-14-2008 at 11:46 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notaknob
    Alright, everybody check their garage.

    Who's missing this:
    http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/bik/750164697.html.

    A DHR for $950?
    Do you think it is a small?

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    This bike is rated PG-13

    Quote Originally Posted by cdaddy
    Are Turners nice bikes??
    If you want Made in USA, good customer support and pieces that can be bummed off of a Bandolero, yes.

    You Santa Fe hippies probably are more interested in rigid fixed gear 29"ers though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notaknob
    You Santa Fe hippies probably are more interested in rigid fixed gear 29"ers though.
    Precisely.

    Here's a self portrait I took yesterday on Dale Ball. I rode both central and north, thus the extra provisions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdaddy
    Precisely.

    Here's a self portrait I took yesterday on Dale Ball. I rode both central and north, thus the extra provisions.
    Ouch! That just looks painful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supramk388
    Do you think it is a small?
    My guess its probably a medium. I think you would want an x-small Rick. Especially for a DH specific rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    Ouch! That just looks painful.
    I'm sure those "high volume" tires help take some of the edge off.
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    Sure...

    Quote Originally Posted by cdaddy
    I'm sure those "high volume" tires help take some of the edge off.
    uh...huh, and the "aggressive" tread allows more traction
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    My guess its probably a medium. I think you would want an x-small Rick. Especially for a DH specific rig.
    The small is a 15" so it would be fine. They do not make an XS I think you are thinking of Knolly

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    Knolly...Shnolly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    Knolly...Shnolly!
    HATER!!!

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    Have a little respect...

    Let's keep this OT...Turners Rule!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdaddy
    Precisely.

    Here's a self portrait I took yesterday on Dale Ball. I rode both central and north, thus the extra provisions.
    We're going to try to do both on Wed

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    Not to worry

    Quote Originally Posted by eokerholm
    We're going to try to do both on Wed
    Just a lame attempt at humor on my part.
    It generally takes me about an hour-and-a-half to ride the outer loop of central/north.
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