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Launching today, GT has released details of their all-new GT Force Carbon. A 170mm enduro bike aimed at racers and park shredders alike. The changes include the use of their LTS suspension paired with the idler. This system has been used on the Fury DH bikes for the last few years.
The new 29″ GT Force has had geometry tweaks as well as frame adjustments. The bike now has a lower standover and taller head tube. It also has a longer rear end. The range is available in S to XL and in four colours. Starting at £3600, the top-end model costs £5400. The bike is compatible with both air and coil shocks and can also be adjusted with a flip-chip.
Available in a few builds, U Force CRB Elite at £3400 in tan, U Force CRB Pro at £4600 in green and U Force CRB Pro LE at £5400 in indigo.
Noga Korem, Martin Maes, Eliott Lapotre, Wyn Masters, Jess Blewitt, Chris Akrigg, Brage Vestavik, Ethan Donohoe and Trevor Burke unleashed on the new GT.GT Bicycles
GT Force Carbon Spec
- Neat Features: Integrated chain guide, custom chainstay and seatstay protection.
- Adjustability: Dropout FlipChip provides+/-10mm of wheelbase and chainstay length.
- Tube cable routing: Keeps lines of the bike clean while still offering effortless routing of cables.
- Integrated Storage: Integrated Frame Storage on all sizes – take your spare tube, inflator and multitool with you.
Our idler, proven on our World Cup-winning downhill bike the Fury, our idler enhanced 4 bar LTS creates an optimized rear-wheel axle path for maximum bump absorption and control. It allows us to dial in efficient pedalling, maximize traction and controlled braking under all conditions.GT Bicycles
For more, head to the GT website.
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