GT's new Fury downhill bike is happy with 650b or 29in wheels

GT's new Fury downhill bike is happy with 650b or 29in wheels

It’s not the best kept secret, having made several appearances on the downhill world cup circuit already, but today, GT is officially launching its new 2019 GT Fury Carbon downhill bike. GT Force and GT Sensor first ride review 29" downhill bikes are here, why has it taken so long? Updated geometry, a new suspension design and many other details result in a completely new beast. 2019 GT Fury highlights Updated geometry and new carbon front triangle frame Move to LTS (Linkage Tuned Suspension) four-bar Horst link suspension Compatible with both 27.5- and 29-inch wheels with GT’s Switch Kit 200mm (27.5-inch) or 190mm (29-inch) travel front and rear Idler pulley design to mitigate against pedal kickback Flip chip adjustable geometry to slacken angles and increase wheelbase Boost 148 spacing Linkage Tuned Suspension The biggest news with GT’s mountain bikes this year has been the move away from its i-Drive suspension ...

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