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{ Listed geometry based on a 510mm axle to crown fork with a 27.5"x2.25" tire ( 702mm/27.6in Outside Tire Diameter), acceptable fork travel range: 120 -140mm }

  sm md lg xl all  
a: virtual tt 22.6 (574) 23.5 (595) 24.1 (612) 25.0 (635) g: head angle 68.0°
b: seat tube 15.0 (381) 17.0 (432) 19.0 (482) 21.0 (533) h: seat angle 73°
c: head tube 3.7 (94) 3.7 (94) 4.5 (115) 5.3 (135) head tube diam 44mm
d: stack 22.9 (581) 22.9 (581) 23.7 (601) 24.4 (619) j: bb height 12.8 (325)
e: reach 15.6 (396) 16.5 (419) 17.2 (436) 17.9 (454) bb shell 73mm
f: standover 29.0 (737) 30.0 (762) 31.5 (800) 32.5 (826) seat post 30.9mm
k: wheelbase 43.4(1102) 44.3(1124) 46.0(1165) 46.5(1181) i: chainstay 17.4 (442)
frame weight 5.67 5.75 5.89 6.08  
rec'd rider - 5'6 5'6-5'10 5'10-6'1 6'1-6'4  
{ All specifications are subject to change. Measurements are given in 'Inches (Millimeters)' unless otherwise noted. }
Geometry Key

* Inseam measurements are fine for pant shopping, but have no place in mountain bike shopping. Leg length is what is important as rarely does anyone buy pants that have the same inseam as their actual leg length. Since no one rides barefoot the leg length should be measured with your mountain bike shoes on standing against a wall and with a carpenters square or large sized book firmly raised into the crotch and square to the wall is how to figure leg length.

Turner Bikes measures ‘Standover’ height 6” / 150mm in front of the BB center, that is roughly the MIDDLE of the Top Tube, not at the actual lowest point way back at the junction with the Seat Tube as some companies do. The allows for plenty of standover clearance without the nose of the seat crushing into your spine!