Born in SoCal in the early ‘70s, GT has been at the forefront of BMX and then mountain biking since their beginnings. With their release of the Force (and it’s big wheeled, shorter travel brother, the Sensor), GT has their sights set on the upper echelon of performance and capability. 2019 ushers in a new era of bikes for GT. Clean lines, all-new suspension platform, and dialed geometry come together to show these bikes mean business. And did we mention value? The new bikes offer astounding performance and ride quality at a fraction of the competition's prices.
The new Force takes a tried and true four bar linkage and combines it with smart design, gorgeous lines, and of course, a fast, useable geometry. 150mm (5.9”) of rear travel combined with a 160mm fork, along with berm ripping 27.5” wheels makes this bike ready for your next enduro race or your upcoming trip to the local bike park.
The new Sensor takes a grounded approach towards making a bike that’s ready to fly. 130mm (5.12”) of rear travel combined with a 130mm fork and 29" wheels, this bike uses sensibly progressive geometry to create a bike that’ll have you smiling wherever you ride it.
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From their southern California beginnings in 1972 to today, GT remains true to their mountain bike and BMX heritage. Through thick and thin, GT has pushed the envelope with innovation and technology to provide bikes of incredible value and above all else, FUN factor.