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    1995 Turner Burner V-1

    Picked this up in the Santa Cruz mountains over the weekend. Turner #72 of 150 made by Ventana. Pardon the imgur album I'll spend some time with better photos soon.

    https://imgur.com/a/HU74B

    I think I have these details right. I've had a bunch of vintage bikes over the years but this is my first Turner

    I've figured out that the fork crown is Adventure Components with I believe Rockshox Mag lowers. Magura HS22 hydraulic brakes with the long levers and Magura mounts for the XT shifter pods. Tioga Revolver 175 cranks, M900 derailleurs.

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    Nice find and good parts list. Syncros stems then looked cool but not so much anymore.

    Hope you get some riding time in around SF too.

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    I always liked the way those looked.
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    All I do is ride. I'm a SF bike messenger trying to squeeze in mtb rides around Mt Tam when I can. It's a good life.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Crudley View Post
    Nice find and good parts list. Syncros stems then looked cool but not so much anymore.

    Hope you get some riding time in around SF too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r27d View Post
    All I do is ride. I'm a SF bike messenger trying to squeeze in mtb rides around Mt Tam when I can. It's a good life.
    Sure sounds like it, enjoy and if I'm ever in your neighbourhood then I'm coming along
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    I had a similar era turner afterburner and loved it for many years. Not a lot of rear travel but that rear end is indestructible and has pretty darn good tire clearance for its day. Enjoy the ride!
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