Turner won’t be turning out full suspension bikes in aluminum or carbon any longer, however that doesn’t imply Dave isn’t nonetheless designing bikes. In actual fact, Turner Bicycles appears to have hit its stride specializing in titanium bikes just like the Nitrous and Cyclosis Ti. Now, Turner is including one other, extra aggressive hardtail to the combination together with an attention-grabbing cruiser prototype.
Known as the Scrub, this bike was a direct results of clients’ requests for a extra succesful Ti hardtail from Turner. Designed round a 160mm journey suspension fork and both 29 x 2.5″ or 27.5 x 2.8″ wheels and tires, the titanium body includes a low-slung prime tube for elevated standover top. There are additionally gussets on the seat tube/prime tube and head tube/down tube since this bike is constructed to get rowdy.
Body particulars embody a 64.5º HTA and 435mm chainstays, an ISCG mount for the T47 backside bracket shell, UDH, a 180mm post-mount rear commonplace, and no seat publish bottle bosses – that retains the seat tube fully open, so you’ll be able to insert the longest dropper posts, or slam an extended inflexible publish within the case you’re not operating a dropper. That seat publish insertion is 280mm on the Common dimension, or 320mm on the Tall body!
Pricing and availability are TBA.
DeWulf Prototype Cruiser
The DeWulf cruiser is a prototype titanium body that has a little bit of a poignant, but inspiring again story. The bike will get its identify from Dave’s longest worker Greg Wulff. As a result of some well being points, Greg hasn’t been in a position to trip like he used to, so that they put collectively this stunning titanium cruiser body that may be run geared or single pace.
The geometry is strictly the identical because the Turner Nitrous Ti, and includes a T47 backside bracket, a 160mm rear brake mount that may match as much as 180mm rotors, and 27.5 x 2.8″ tires for stability. DT informed us that they do have plans for manufacturing for the DeWulf cruiser, although the bike proven above remains to be a prototype.