Review | The 2019 GT Sensor Carbon Expert ditches complicated suspension for pure, unadulterated fun

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As part of a head-to-head review feature, Rob’s been testing two 130mm travel 29er trail bikes; the 2019 GT Sensor Expert and the 2019 Trek Fuel EX 9.7. So which one has come out on top? Read on for Rob’s review of the GT Sensor Expert. The history of GT is vast, and the success it’s enjoyed across all disciplines over the decades really has few equals. In recent years however, it would be fair to say that the iconic American brand has slipped down the pecking order somewhat. After a few years of being idle in the Trail and All Mountain categories, GT is hitting back with not one, but two entirely new bikes: the revamped Force and Sensor. For this review, we’re looking at the shorter travel bike of the two, the Sensor, and in this specific case, the GT Sensor Expert. In redesigning the Sensor from the ground up, GT has ditched the previous AOS suspension design, rewinding the years and returning to the LTS (Linkage Tuned Suspension) name that is so...

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