2012 Turner Enterprises DHR (Pro DH Kit)
2012 Turner Enterprises DHR (Pro DH Kit)

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BicycleBlueBook.com Private Party Values (Pricing provided in US Dollars)

Bicycle Condition
Private Party Value
Excellent
$1788 - $1840
Very Good
$1702 - $1754
Good
$1552 - $1599
Fair
$1118 - $1152
MSRP New
$7,786
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Product Details

Wheels and Tires

Hubs: See Rims/Wheels

Tires: Maxxis Minion DH, 26 x 2.5

Spoke Brand: See Rims/Wheels

Components

Brakeset: Formula R0 disc, 8/7-inch rotors

Shift Levers: SRAM X0

Rear Cogs: SRAM, 10-speed

Saddle: WTB Devo

Handlebar: TruVativ Boobar

Handlebar Stem: TruVativ Holzfeller

Factory Description

Turner's inimitable DHR is back...with a vengeance. It's rare that an 8-inch-travel bike can do so much. Jump trails like Whistler's A-Line? Fast, flowy dirt superhighways? Slow, rocky technicality? The DHR was built to dominate all of those. With an ultra-slack head angle, low BB, super-stiff chassis and a 150x12mm rear-end, it's supremely confident on the steeps and flat-out rails turns. The DHR also gains the use of the dw-link, post-mount brake mounts, a 1.5-inch headtube and grease-port fittings for the pivots while retaining the US-made build quality Turner is famous for. The DHR even pedals amazingly well, which, on the right course, makes the difference between the podium and going home empty handed. And, with a Kashima-coated Fox 40 up front, Easton wheels and e*13 cranks, your DHR is ready to crush it right out of the shop.