Turner King Kahn Full-suspension Fatbike Ready for Spring 2015

Turner King Kahn Full-suspension Fatbike Racing at Mammoth Kamikaze

Dave Turner has always been one passionate dude who keeps doing things his own way. As one of the early believers in the DW-Link suspension design and still a straight aluminum tube kinda guy, DT is extending his expertise into the burgeoning fatbike market.

But, Turner doesn’t build hardtails, no-sir-ee. They build full-suspension mountain bikes. So, Turner is teasing their forthcoming King Kahn fatbike and it is not only sporting balloon tires, but it has squish at both ends.

Turner King Kahn Full-suspension Fatbike at Mammoth Kamikaze

Turner King Kahn Full-suspension Fatbike at Mammoth Kamikaze

Turner is stepping into a fatbike realm where there are few competitors with the hope of attracting a few new customers while offering something different to their loyal fan base. Photos were first spotted on Turner’s Facebook page.

I reached out to Dave Turner and got some of the scoop on the King Kahn, including the specsĀ that follow.

The known details on the new Turner King Kahn fatbike are few:

  • Full-suspension fatbike featuring DW-Link suspension with 125mm rear travel
  • Optimized for the 120mm RockShox Bluto (100mm shown)
  • Handcrafted aluminumĀ frameset looks like a Turner
  • Built for SRAM 1×11 drivetrain (not seeing derailleur mounts)
  • Full external cable routing (easy maintenance)with stealth dropper port
  • Available spring 2015
  • Price: TBA