GT Zaskar Carbon Comp 9r first ride review
It’s been more than 25 years since GT released its original Zaskar and, in that time, it’s morphed from a tough do-it-all hardtail into a cross-country speed machine. Cube Stereo 150 C:68 TM 29 first ride review NS Metropolis 1 first ride review The GT Zaskar Carbon Comp frame Just as recognisable as the name Zaskar is GT’s classic Triple Triangle frame design, where the seatstays overlap the seat tube and merge with the top tube. In this case, the frame is made from carbon-fibre, with a tapered head tube, Boost-spaced 148mm rear end and optional internal routing for Shimano’s electronic Di2 gearing. The gear cable and rear brake hose are routed externally, but held neatly on the underside of the down tube. Designed to rip up hills as fast as it can descend them, the 29in-wheeled Zaskar’s angles are decidedly focused on cross-country. It comes with a 100mm fork, ...
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