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    new website

    Has anyone noticed that turner has a new website?
    I'm not going to say anymore, but it is a must see!!

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    Better than previous site with an updated RFX!

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    I can't believe no one has jumped on this thread yet...

    http://www.turnerbikes.com/010/010rfx.html#
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    Hideous!!! It better ride a whole lot better than it looks!
    Beware the lollipop of mediocrity...lick it once and you will suck forever.

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    featured rider

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    Beat to the punch http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=542583. I like the new site design.

    Let the peanut gallery begin re-engineering the proto RFX again....
    Quote Originally Posted by turnerbikes
    in fact for trail type bikes I am tired of QR roady shite in general. Lets move on.

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    Bike looks sweet to me. Right up my alley for what I am looking for in a new bike. If it available when my knee heals from surgery I'll pick one up.

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    I like how its looks

    I'm just a little confused on the sizing. At 6' I'd be on an X-large with a 24.7" virtual TT and a 21" seat tube? That just seems too big. All my previous Turners were larges and fit well.

    So that size guide seems off. Otherwise, it's off to a nice start!

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    I am not about to make suggestions regarding the engineering of the bike, Dave is the expert.

    To me, that rear triangle looks very odd as it appears to be much larger than the front triangle. I like the look of 1st Prototype much better.

    I agree, the sizing does seam off. At 6'1", the chart puts me on an XL frame. All the other bikes I have ridden have been M or L ~18 to ~20" frames. However, that isn't that big of an issue if the geometry works for someone my height, then DT can call it XXXXXL for all I care.
    Beware the lollipop of mediocrity...lick it once and you will suck forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scepticshock
    So that size guide seems off.
    Looks like someone accidentally copied the XS-XL Recommended Rider Size numbers from the 5 Spot chart instead of the S-XXL.
    ''It seems like a bit of a trend, everyone trying to make things longer over the last couple of years" Sam Hill

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    Quote Originally Posted by bond007jms
    I am not about to make suggestions regarding the engineering of the bike, Dave is the expert.

    To me, that rear triangle looks very odd as it appears to be much larger than the front triangle. I like the look of 1st Prototype much better.

    I agree, the sizing does seam off. At 6'1", the chart puts me on an XL frame. All the other bikes I have ridden have been M or L ~18 to ~20" frames. However, that isn't that big of an issue if the geometry works for someone my height, then DT can call it XXXXXL for all I care.
    I agree with you the rear triangle does look a little weird.

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    Are the bikes updated for 2010?

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