Turner Flux

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Turner Flux

from 2,895.00

 

Demo Bike Availability: We have a Large Turner Flux demo bike available for demo at Duthie Hill Park in the Seattle area.

Reserve your Turner Flux test ride:  http://www.dirtmerchantbikes.com/demos/

Check out our 1st ride report for the RFX: INTERBIKE 2016: Turner Flux Ride Review

Benefits of ordering from Dirt Merchant Bikes are:

1. Guaranteed delivery windows set when Turner confirms date of frame availability
2. Opportunity to do custom builds with online price matching.
3. Free shipping in the Continental US
4. No sales tax outside WA state

 

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The Flux is a new generation trail ripper. The lightweight carbon chassis and 120 mm of suspension creates a lively and flickable ride, but its modern geometry and 67.5 degree headtube angle make it equally well suited for tackling more aggressive terrain. Much of the ride quality comes from the Flux’s DW-link which is engineered to provide amazing bump absorption without pedal feedback. It inspires confidence when it’s held wide-open, but doesn’t sag and put you in the backseat when you want to stomp on the gas. The Flux weighs in close to XC race bikes, but because of it’s design and suspension kinematics it can truly unleash on challenging descents and rip like a much bigger bike.

David Turner talks about how the Flux was designed: Interview with David Turner at Interbike 2016

Interested in more ride reports on the new Flux. Check out these links:

Gear Institute: "....uphill qualities of a cross country bike and the downhill qualities of a trail bike"

Mountain Bike Action: "It’s as competent on long rides and climbs as it is handling technical and steep descents."

Singletracks.com: "I could see this bike being a sleeper hit with riders who know exactly what they want and need out of a light-duty trail bike."

Prices based on following Wheel choices:

  • Wheels: Stans Arch Mk3 rims with Stans hubs

Other available Wheel choices (at additional cost include):

  • Wheels:

    • Enve, Knight, Stans, i9 carbon wheels (At additional cost)

    • i9 Trail S, i9 Torch Trail, Stans Arch Mk3/Flow Mk3 rims with DT350 hubs

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