Turner RFX

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Turner RFX

from 2,995.00

 

Demo Bike Availability: M, L and XL Turner RFX demo bikes are now available for demo at Duthie Hill Park in the Seattle area.

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

Check out our 1st ride report for the RFX: INTERBIKE 2015: Turner RFX 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 Turner RFX, first introduced in 1999, began life as one of the first purpose-built ‘free ride’ bikes renowned for excellent descending manners and efficient pedaling in a world where few bikes could do both. Subsequent models set new standards for longevity under the harshest conditions, with most RFX’s still in use today.

Fast forward to 2016 and the RFX is better than ever, using Toray High Modulus Carbon Fiber we were able to tune the ride of the new RFX to maximize its enduroability. As to be expected from a Turner Bike, there is fantastic tire clearance even with massive 2.4 tires, 160mm travel, dw-Link suspension, and an all new headtube dimension allowing customization of the head angle in half degree increments to a very slack 65° with a 160 fork. Some could build it up light as a long-travel trail bike, while others will build it up as a mid-travel Park slayer. In between is the true purpose of the RFX: Enduro domination. Whether you are riding the gnarliest local trails or the Enduro World Series, let the RFX redefine your experience.

David Turner talks about how the RFX was designed: Interview with David Turner at Interbike 2015

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

Pinkbike: "truth be told, it checks all the boxes"
MTBR: "It could potentially be the best bike we’ve tested all year. "
BikeRadar: "the RFX is certainly a hoot once you point the front wheel downhill"
Singletracks.com: "What was particularly impressive was how easily it maneuvered up tight switchbacks, even with its relatively-slack head angle and long wheelbase."

Prices based on following Shock & Wheel choices:

  • Shock: Rock Shox Monarch Debonair

  • Wheels: Stans Flow rims with Stans hubs

Other available Shock & Wheels choices (at additional cost include):

  • Shock: Cane Creek DB Inline, Cane Creek DB Air, PUSH Industries ElevenSix

  • Wheels:

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

    • DT E1900 (subtract $357 from price)

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