Turner's inimitable DHR is back...with a vengeance. It's rare that an 8-inch-travel bike can do so much. Jump trails like Whistler's A-Line? Fast, flowy dirt superhighways? Slow, rocky technicality? The DHR was built to dominate all of those. With an ultra-slack head angle, low BB, super-stiff chassis and a 150x12mm rear-end, it's supremely confident on the steeps and flat-out rails turns. The DHR also gains the use of the dw-link, post-mount brake mounts, a 1.5-inch headtube and grease-port fittings for the pivots while retaining the US-made build quality Turner is famous for. The DHR even pedals amazingly well, which, on the right course, makes the difference between the podium and going home empty handed.