All-new GT Force and Sensor first ride review

All-new GT Force and Sensor first ride review

The Force and the Sensor are GT’s all-mountain/trail platforms, sporting 150mm and 130mm travel respectively. GT has totally redesigned both, and the new versions could hardly be more different from the old. Read on to discover how and why the brand has done this, and more importantly, how the bikes ride. Super bike: Hans Rey’s GT Force Carbon Pro GT goes old school with original suspension bikes If you're new to mountain biking, you didn't miss much Out with the old The previous Force and Sensor both used GT’s I-Drive suspension system. I-Drive is, in a sense, the last vestige of the once-popular URT (Unified rear triangle) arrangement, where the bottom bracket is mounted on the swingarm, rather than the mainframe. In GT’s I-Drive layout, the bottom bracket was mounted on a link such that, as the suspension compressed, it moved away from the mainframe, but not as fast as ...

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