2014 Turner Burner, size M, XO1 11spd, ENVE AM wheels











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Description:
This bike is in excellent condition, with made in USA frame and wheels, and top-of-the-line spec. It weighs just a hair over 25lbs.

Highlights include 1x11 Sram XO1 drivetrain, Rockshox Revelation RTC3 Fork, carbon handlebar, and of course the ENVE Twenty7.5 AM wheels, which were over $2,000.


Full specs:

Frame: 2014 Turner Burner, 140mm travel. USA made 20th Anniversary Edition Polished Finish, 142mm rear axle. more info: turnerbikes.com/turner-pdf/catalog/2014_catalog-optimized.pdf

Rear Shock: Rock Shox Monarch RT3

Fork: 2014 Rockshox Revelation RCT3 150mm travel 15mm axle, BlackBox RCT3 Motion Control DNA damper.

Upgraded Wheels: ENVE Twenty7.5 AM carbon rims, DT240s hubs

Brakes: Sram XO1

Shifter: Sram XO1, 1x11

Derailleur: Sram XO1, 1x11

Cassette: Sram XO1, 1x11 10-42T

Crank: Sram XO1, 1x11 with Race Face narrow-wide 30T chainring.

Seatpost: Thompson Elite.

Saddle: WTB Volt

Handlebar: Truvativ Noir T40 Carbon Riser.

Stem: Truvativ Stylo World Cup

Tires: Schwalbe Nobby Nic, EVO TLR Pacestar, 27.5 x 2.25" Tubeless Ready

Grips: ODI Ruffian Lock On
Frame Size: M
Country: USA
Keywords: 2014 Turner Burner, size M, XO1 11spd, ENVE AM wheels

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oscoy
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Registered: March 2007
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Comment Date: Tue May 2, 2017
hey TIM, bitch'n rig, y the sell?.....any who, how doez she really climb? how much real rear tire clearance do ya have on this rig? will a new 2.6 work? i have a old 02' burner/XCE, still runs good, but look'n to upgrade?............al n so. cal,& or 805-915-9038 no tex please.
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Tim-ti
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Registered: July 2005
Posts: 156
Comment Date: Tue May 2, 2017
There's LOTS of room around the tires, I'm sure a 2.6" tire would fit.

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