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Sorry for the delay, and yes it will be worth the wait but we understand if you don't wanna.
We will be posting images from the SolidWorks files in a week. Please don't hold us responsible for soiled pants, it is a notable change for the DHR and in the process we were able to increase stiffness and drop weight, but it does look different than the protos or any previous DHR. Form follows function.

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turnerbikes said:
Sorry for the delay, and yes it will be worth the wait but we understand if you don't wanna.
We will be posting images from the SolidWorks files in a week. Please don't hold us responsible for soiled pants, it is a notable change for the DHR and in the process we were able to increase stiffness and drop weight, but it does look different than the protos or any previous DHR. Form follows function.

DT
Hmmm, Just in time for the CO resorts to open, better start saving my pennies, cause I bet she will be a beaut!! And perfect timing, since I planned to start racing again (Masters rainbows??)

Great job on the DW bikes guys, they sure making MTB'ing more fun :thumbsup:
 

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dhr dhr dhr !!!

turnerbikes said:
Sorry for the delay, and yes it will be worth the wait but we understand if you don't wanna.
We will be posting images from the SolidWorks files in a week. Please don't hold us responsible for soiled pants, it is a notable change for the DHR and in the process we were able to increase stiffness and drop weight, but it does look different than the protos or any previous DHR. Form follows function.

DT
great news !
now the curiosity is even growing up!!
i will wait for sure !!!!!

thanks !!

fabio
 

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Sorry for the delay, and yes it will be worth the wait but we understand if you don't wanna.
We will be posting images from the SolidWorks files in a week. Please don't hold us responsible for soiled pants, it is a notable change for the DHR and in the process we were able to increase stiffness and drop weight, but it does look different than the protos or any previous DHR. Form follows function.

DT
would this be the image?
 

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rroeder said:
Love the clean look of the symetrical non-elevated rear end, too bad they don't use this on their trail bikes.
The DHR isn't meant to sport a front derailleur.

_MK
 
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