New GT Fury… Home › Forum › Bike Forum › New GT Fury… Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) New GT Fury… brakesMember what? no triple triangle??? GT FAIL Posted 4 years ago scottfitzMember Looks better than the old one. Posted 4 years ago Rob HiltonMember Yellow & black… don’t eat me, it says. Posted 4 years ago NorthwindSubscriber Doesn’t look as melted as the last one. Wouldn’t mind a go… Wonder if it’ll be as hard to buy in the UK as the old one? Posted 4 years ago andypandy85Member Unveiled and looking extremely nice! Plus, it’s lighter than the current full carbon frame…get it up ya! BIKE PORN! Posted 4 years ago brakesMember Well, seemed to work well for Gee Atherton. Posted 4 years ago mikewsmithSubscriber A bike that is seriously [SWEAR FILTER} Fast according to the powerpoint they were missing an * in there. *in the right hands, going down a hill not for mincing round, pilot not included 🙂 Posted 4 years ago AlexSimonSubscriber Did I read that right? It’s not carbon, but aluminium? Posted 4 years ago scruffMember Aluminium & 26inch wheels. Won both Elite DH races on Sunday. Posted 4 years ago AlexSimonSubscriber Been reading a bit more (and watching videos). Interesting. I didn’t actually know that GT had continued the i-drive system (I thought the Carbon Fury was single pivot from it’s appearance). The I-Drive has always interested me, because it has the potential to be similar to my Maverick (which I still love, but is starting to feel old at 7 years). Posted 4 years ago rocketmanMember It’s quite a bit different from last year’s bike Posted 4 years ago theroadwarriorMember Doesn’t look as melted as the last one. Wouldn’t mind a go… Wonder if it’ll be as hard to buy in the UK as the old one? I was wondering why I’d never seen one despite all the exposure GT are getting from the Athertons.. they’re hard to get hold of are they? Posted 4 years ago Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) The topic ‘New GT Fury…’ is closed to new replies.