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Mountain Bike Reviews - GT Bicycles Sensor Carbon Pro ‘14  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - GT Bicycles Sensor Carbon Pro ‘14  2014
GT Bicycles Sensor Carbon Pro ‘14

GT have stepped out of the shadows and taken their rightful place in the top tier of bike producers again. A blisteringly successful season, that saw great results for the Athertons and others onboard the new range of GTs, has put their bikes right back on the most wanted list. A complete revision of geometry and suspension design has bought…

Mountain Bike Reviews - GT Bicycles Force 1.0  2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - GT Bicycles Force 1.0  2010
GT Bicycles Force 1.0

With its fluid lines and matt black finish the Force 1.0 is an aesthetically pleasing sight that has sense of stealth about it. For the money, £2299, the equipment levels are excellent and the ‘Independent Drivetrain’ suspension system is remarkably tidy considering how complex it is. Tech heads The 6061 aluminum monocoque frame is capable of 150mm of rear wheel…

3 days ago

From the bike that started it all - the RTS, to today’s LTS lineup, GT’s full suspension development story has been a wild ride with…

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1 week ago

New faces with old connections, IT-1, AOS, GT Evolution “When you push yourself and your bike together it’s the best feeling ever to cross the…

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3 weeks ago

Lockdown restrictions look different from country to country, city to city, but despite the varying degrees of quarantine, we are all in this together. GT's…

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4 weeks ago

From big jump lines to blistering DH runs, and even trials on the trails, the all-new Zaskar LT is made for riders who value the…

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3 months ago

In this video join Hans Rey and Julian Giacomelli as they ride the Blueberry Line Trail at the Carosello 3000 Mountain Park in Livigno, Italy.…

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4 months ago

GT Bicycles is proud to welcome mountain bike (and all-around cycling) legend Chris Akrigg to the family for 2020! Since first popping onto the scene…

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5 months ago

Hans Rey visits the 13th annual Legends Bike Trial event in Sant Feliu de Codines, Catalunya, Spain where he meets up with many old friends…

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5 months ago

Just outside of Liskeard Cornwall in the UK, Tom Isted makes the most of his hand-built short but steep local spot. Railin' ruts during a…

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5 months ago

Hans Rey returns to Blue Derby mountain bike destination in Derby, Tasmania (Australia) and shows the new developments and trails, as well as the positive…

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5 months ago

Hans Rey and Cassie Abell ride the new 'Bay of Fires Trail' in Tasmania, Australia. This 42km Trail connects the Blue Tier mountains with the…

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6 months ago

'The Bomb' is one of the newest trails at Carosello 3000 Mountain Park in Livigno Italy. It's a black MTB trail with technical and natural…

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6 months ago

After a dominant start to 2019, Martin Maes’ race season came to an abrupt halt with an unexpected 90-day suspension. Not one to be stopped…

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Issue 53

The north south divide is a curiously British institution, with strong stereotypes and vast variations in weather. Isac Paddock takes a trip deep into the north lands and explores what makes the area so special for mountain bikers despite the rainfall and unforgiving gradients.

2 years ago
Issue 49

Smooth, stylish and exceptionally fast. The Irishman has been battling it out on the EWS since it's creation and is now reaping the rewards of skill, consistency and patience. Sat in third overall with one round to go, could this be the year for Greg Callaghan?

3 years ago
Issue 47

Summer is almost here, and that means one thing, the MTB season is finally in full swing for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere!

3 years ago
Issue 41

As the explosion of dust settles after the first two rounds of the 2016 Enduro World Series in South America, we take a look at the women's competition, meet some of the racers, and find out what has changed since we left them in Finale last season.

4 years ago
Issue 39

James Cornford investigates the mental side of riding and finds out how tuning your brain can make you a better rider, with a Sports Psychologist, Team Manager Nigel Page and racer Loic Bruni all getting grilled!

4 years ago
Issue 37

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Issue 33

James Cornford talks to Dan Atherton about his latest creation, the Red Bull Hardline, injuries, racing and a return to Downhill...

5 years ago
Issue 32

James Cornford recaps on one of the craziest World Cup seasons that I can remember, it had it all, drama, suspense and surprises right up to the last second!

6 years ago
Issue 32

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Issue 31

James Cornford talks to the unsung heroes from the World Cup, namely the team managers who ensure it all goes smoothly!

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Issue 29

We head to the UCI Downhill World Cup in Pietermaritzburg and get a fistful of surprises while we are there!

6 years ago
Issue 29

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

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7 years ago

The official page of GT Bicycles 01/01/1972 GT’s story is simple: speed, speed and even more speed. From GT’s namesake Gary Turner designing one of the first BMX race bikes in 1974 to our modern carbon fiber creations that redefine fast-as-hell, we’ve built a long legacy of racing, winning, yet never taking ourselves too seriously. As a company, we’re 30 going on 18. And we wouldn’t have it any other way. Outdoor and sporting goods company

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