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    A message to Dave Turner

    Your 2010 DW Flux is the best mountain bike frame I've ever ridden. Did a 50 miler on it yesterday and it is without peers. Thanks for being around and making great frames.

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    You obviously haven't ridden a Highline.
    Team Sanchez; "Always hittin the upper lip"

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    You are wrong!

    For me it is the DW 5 Spot.

    Cheers!

    Mel

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    I am very pleased with my 05 5 Spot and have demoed a DW link Sultan and it was great too. So, my conclusion is that whatever they make is sweet and rides fine.

    Once you own a Turner, it will be tough to pick a different brand. Go with Turner and be happy for life.


    Quote Originally Posted by jbbikerider
    Your 2010 DW Flux is the best mountain bike frame I've ever ridden. Did a 50 miler on it yesterday and it is without peers. Thanks for being around and making great frames.
    Last edited by 6packguywith5spot; 04-14-2010 at 11:52 AM.
    THOSE WHO KNOW, RIDE TURNER

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    I put a Turner sticker on a Giant NRS once. It rode really well.

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    Haters don't need to respond here. This is all about supporting an American frame builer that builds quality bikes.

    You know it and there is no need to show your hate if you can't afford one.
    THOSE WHO KNOW, RIDE TURNER

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    I rode (or is it road? I get so confused) a DW Spot and a DW Flux on consecutive days and I have to say...fu!kin' ay, talk about two competent bikes. The 4" Flux rode, I mean road, I mean...well, I mean it handled and felt better than my dialed in Burner which I couldn't believe, but there you go. For a no-huck XC ride, the DW Flux can't be beat.
    A blind man searches in a dark room for a black hat that isn't there. Dashiell Hammett

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6packguywith5spot
    Haters don't need to respond here. This is all about supporting an American frame builer that builds quality bikes.

    You know it and there is no need to show your hate if you can't afford one.
    You're right; I thank Dave Turner for inventing the suspension that was used on my Ellsworth.

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    Glitz

    I thank you for acknowledging that the 1998 RFX ( shown fall of '97) and the 1997- 1999 Afterburner were both ict'ing before a single piece of paper was ever filed with the USPTO.

    DT

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    Quote Originally Posted by glitz
    I put a Turner sticker on a Giant NRS once. It rode really well.
    Don't bite the hand that feeds you.

    Anyone On A Vivid?

    Also, there is a forum for you Ellsworth guys too... I hear it's %110 accurate.

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    Nice cover shot of carbon kitted DWL Flux trail riding on Mays' MB Mag. It ain't Playboy, but it'll do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWfreeride
    Don't bite the hand that feeds you.

    Anyone On A Vivid?

    Also, there is a forum for you Ellsworth guys too... I hear it's %110 accurate.
    He is not an Ellsworth guy, he is an active pro-Chumba activist.

    Read his messages.

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