Murrieta, CA, February 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- King Khan —Turner Bicycles announces immediate availability of the new fat bike “King Khan,” and it’s made for much more than snow.
According to company founder David Turner, “The Khan completely redefines what a mountain bike is. We built this bike to open riders’ minds to what is possible with more traction, and the best way to describe the experience is: an awakening to what is possible on a bike. Until one has ridden a rough climb on King Khan or descended a slippery trail, riders really don’t realize how much mental energy is being exerted in the pursuit of traction. The Kahn, with over five inches of travel and a massive foot print, allows a rider to stick lines only available to mountain goats and downhill pro’s in the past. When traction is virtually unlimited, a rider can push through limits.”
King Khan is not just a fat bike. Turner Bicycles refer to it affectionately as an All-Terrain Bike due to its ability to shine in a much more diverse range of conditions than a traditional mountain bike. With dw-link rear suspension, the bike pedals exceptionally well, virtually eliminating the fat bike bounce and gives the feeling of low-level flight over rough terrain.
Travel: Rear dw-Link 125mm, Front 120mm
Head Angle: 69.5 – Seat Angle: 73 – BB 13.4 – Chainstay: 18.2
Weight: 32 lbs
About Turner Bicycles
Founded in 1994 by David Turner, Turner Bicycles has been a leader in mountain bike innovation for over two decades.
Turner Bicycles and King Khan are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Turner Bicycles in the United States and/or other countries.
For more information, press only:
For more information on King Khan: