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    Quote Originally Posted by RideTURNER128
    If you had the choice to ride a 2006 V-10, 2006 Cracia 1, 2006 Sunday World Cup, 2006 Turner DHR what one would you ride. Just a fun question.
    Turner DHR or Sunday World Cup. I'd have to give them both a test spin to see. I think the V-10's are just heinously ugly and I can't get over it and I don't like the look of the Gracia's either. That's reason enough for me not to ride them!
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    What would you ride?

    If you had the choice to ride a 2006 V-10, 2006 Cracia 1, 2006 Sunday World Cup, 2006 Turner DHR what one would you ride. Just a fun question.

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    Sunday or DHS 2:1.

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    v10, sunday or DHR, such a hard choice

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    I'm really likeing the Garcia.

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    Dhr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Uhhhhh...
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    I choose a Gracia
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    Sc V-10

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    Easy....choice 1 would be a turner DHR,2nd choice V10,3rd Sunday World Cup.All 06
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    Santa Cruz V10 has a high leverage ratio, why the bike doesnt have a 3.0 stoke shock i dont know. Turner DHR just isnt my kind of thing, despite the fact i think there badass. Cannondale Gracia would be my second choice, unfortunatly i dont like waiting so i rulled it off my list.

    i think i made a good desicion...

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    You mean with a complete stock spec or just the frame? Judging just on the frames I would be happy with any of those bikes but a bad build makes for a different story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobsterCraw
    You mean with a complete stock spec or just the frame?
    what does it matter, the important thing here is the frame...
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob
    everybody was dressed nice...I had shorts, Rogue T-shirt and sandles

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    DHR cause its amazing

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    Hands down the Intense M-3 (ask Combiker) then a Recoil
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    sunday deffinetly
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    no gracia i am now a sunday fan
    don't do anything else but ride bicycles..I'm a very complex individual

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    Well, that's a no brainer - a V Tach.
    Now with more vitriol!

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    V-10, and then a DHR

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    DHR, and then a V-10!

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    turner dhr then v-10 hands down
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    Sunday den DHR

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    No question........DHR
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    Hop on a DHR and tell me what you think of a decision after that!

    Git sum. (or one in this case)
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    v10 then GRacia then dhr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bull
    Hop on a DHR and tell me what you think of a decision after that!

    Git sum. (or one in this case)
    I don't like DHRs
    Fayetteville, AR and N.W.A RePrEsEnT

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    the sunday!!!.....

    the gracia is now the called the "judge",its on cannondales site

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    I’m trying to decide between the M3, Sunday and V10 myself (m3 being my 1st choice and 10 3rd choice). I think the M3 and IH would perform equally as well but the M3 has a better more durable finish and the V10 has the high leverage ratio. that’s the reasoning behind my order. I have a 04 IH SGS and it’s a great bike. I would be happy with any of the frames you mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSherpa
    I don't like DHRs
    Have you tried a drilled one? Whatver, you were considering riding one earlier this year...
    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse
    what were is gnarcal

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    sunday for sure!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by milhouse
    I’m trying to decide between the M3, Sunday and V10 myself (m3 being my 1st choice and 10 3rd choice). I think the M3 and IH would perform equally as well but the M3 has a better more durable finish and the V10 has the high leverage ratio. that’s the reasoning behind my order. I have a 04 IH SGS and it’s a great bike. I would be happy with any of the frames you mentioned.
    m3 is a sick bike
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    Sunday

    I got a new Sherman Breakout Plus for sale.What I paid plus shipping,300 bucks.Just thought I'd throgh that out there.

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    i really like the look of the gracia's...gracia 1 is all Fox=super nice. but i loved the sunday team i rode and i also suggest a sinister r9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Bull
    Have you tried a drilled one? Whatver, you were considering riding one earlier this year...
    Yea I have, and I'd ride anything with the right deal. I just don't like the DHRs forward wheelpath, feels like it gets hung up on bumps and I like to stay on the ground.
    Fayetteville, AR and N.W.A RePrEsEnT

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    How about you go and see the bikes - ideally try them.

    They're all very good bikes so it really comes down to personal preference.

    If it was me I'd go with the Gracia ( 'Judge' ) followed by the V-10 (saying that, I'd stick an Orange 224 in the mix too!).
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    Wow, this thread is hilarious. I would love to hear the reasoning behind your opinions...

    I can sense that the majority of you choose bikes based upon looks, company image, pros that use the bike, etc... Kinda sad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevirey
    I got a new Sherman Breakout Plus for sale.What I paid plus shipping,300 bucks.Just thought I'd throgh that out there.
    Great post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WheelieMan
    Wow, this thread is hilarious. I would love to hear the reasoning behind your opinions...

    I can sense that the majority of you choose bikes based upon looks, company image, pros that use the bike, etc... Kinda sad.
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    Sunday for sure. I really don't like DHR's I'm sure performance wise they're awesome but I don't like them.
    SAYNDESYN on the Iron Horse Sunday,

    "There is no weekness. It is the bike that Jesus built after he gave up carpentry."

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    turner dhr all the way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mxrider489
    Sunday for sure.
    sunday...
    but, i would ultimately get a CANFIELD F1!!!!1!!!1!!

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    this is my ultimate ride
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    foes dhs2:1
    out of that list, sunday for sure...
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    Id take DHR for these reasons. Most importantly, the bike corners amazing. It honestly feels like it is on rails. It is very hard to understand this concept but coming off of my demo I can hit sections fully commited and off the brakes rather than staying heavy on the brakes just to make the corner. The bike has truly improved my riding. With the right suspension set up the thing can do anything from finess through techy sections to gapping it to being a little bit of a plow. Last but not least its suchhh a fast and fun bike.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse
    what were is gnarcal

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    1 - Sunday

    2 - V10/Turner (WTF with the 'it has a high leverage' - and how does that manifest as good or bad? Dont read and opine, RIDE and the make the attributions. Besides its high leverage RATE)

    3 - Gracia (Never a fan of the noodle Gemenis, and I HAVENT ridden a Gracia yet, but I imagine them to be alot stiffer)

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