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I have a Turner Burner frame for sale that I think is V1, but I am not sure. I am also not sure what the travel is either, memory is slipping. The bike hadn't seen many miles after a warranty replacement and me switching to a new 2011 5 Spot.
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What’s your price? I had a blue one of these back in the day (2004 model). That was a reincarnation of the original Burner so unless yours is from the 90’s it’s not a V1. If it’s the same year as mine it had 3.6” of travel. I bought mine in 2006 because there was an over stock situation on these frames back then and I bought for 50% of its original list. You can find old Tuner catalogs on their website.
 

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Had the exact frame, is a V2, 2003. The overstock frames from Supergo had the rear triangles painted the same color as the front triangle instead of chrome.
 

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How do these old 26 turner burners ride? Would these be fun for non-technical trails in the suburban parks?
They ride well. They have much lower antisquat than modern bikes, so more squat and bob while climbing, but better traction in chunk. Will also feel very fast with its 70 degree head angle.
 
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