Turner King Khan Fat Bikes

DESCRIPTION

All of that extra rotational weight is detrimental to pedaling efficiency but the dw-link is designed to isolate the riders pedalling effort allowing the suspension to work unrestricted. This feature enables the King Khan to simply float over everything and maintain a comfortable momentum even in the rough.

USER REVIEWS

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[Sep 07, 2015]
BigLou52

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

perfect bike for Clydesdale rider. Does everything well. Climbs well, descends great. Just point the bike and go. The bike has allowed me another level of riding. rides over everything without really feeling any minor roots or rocks. I do not feel any noticeable difference compared to any of the bikes, and I have many, that I have previously owned. Really beefy and strong bike. Great job by Turner

Weakness:

None that I have found. Maybe an issue in the snow, but I have a Lynskey Ti Hardtail fat bike with studs for that

Just a great do anything bike. Running 4 in tires = lots of fun. Goes thru rocks and roots without any problems. Very comfortable ride. I've yet to have to lock out front or rear on a climb. What can I say. It's just a great bike that gives you another level of confidence. This is my favorite bike that I have owned by far

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I have 30 or so bikes from 26 in to 29er Titanium full sups.

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