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GT went to town when developing their new range of suspension bikes, they are nothing like their previous designs, some may say they look a lot like everything else, but that can’t necessarily be a bad thing, as the Sensor is a considerable improvement from previous years. The LTS suspension isn’t the most supple feeling thing in the world, but that’s a good thing because there’s always support and never any weird wallowing feel. Sensor Carbon 29” Frame, 130mm Travel, BSA 73mm, LockR Pivots, Tapered Head Tube, Boost 12x148 Thru-Axle, 185x50mm Trunnion Shock Mount, ISCG05, RockShox 35 Gold RL, 140mm, 15x110mm, Tapered Steerer, 44mm OffSet, RockShox Deluxe Select+ RT, 185x50mm Trunnion, Debonair, Maxxis Minion DHF, 29 x 2.5", EXOMaxxis Dissector, 29 x 2.4", EXO, TRP G-Spec Trail S Hydro Disc, 180/180mm Rotors, GT Alloy Riser Bar, 30mm Rise, 780mm Wide, 5° Rise, 8° Back, GT Dropkick Dropper Post, 31.6, Internal Routing, 125mm (S, M), 150mm (L, XL), LTS provides improved braking performance, bump absorption and increased traction.
Sed hendrerit velit a massa ornare, sit amet tincidunt arcu molestie. Interdum et malesuada fames ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus. The new 2019 Force and Sensor are refreshingly standard, in-the-box Horst-link rear suspension designs.
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Aenean id eros at dolor aliquet lacinia et sit amet lectus. Since 1972 GT Bicycles has proudly been developing bikes, for every type of rider, with a consistent mission. We tested the Carbon Elite which sells for $4500 with a carbon front end, 130mm of travel, 29 wheels, RockShox suspension and a SRAM Eagle NX 12-speed drivetrain. The new GT LTS bikes run a familiar, proven four-bar linkage.
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Mauris eget tempus elit, vel convallis neque. That might sound contradictory, but it just means that there’s not a huge arc in the suspension curve. Condition is "Used". The Sensor Carbon Elite is a modern day trail slayer engineered to go fast, get loose and have fun. Praesent auctor nisl in arcu pretium commodo. So to combat the negative attributes of that, they designed a floating bottom-bracket shell that would move backward with the rear axle throughout the travel. In convallis lacus eu egestas tristique. Apparently most GT employees run the Sensor with 140 millimeter forks, so it’s curious to me why the bike would be so conservatively spec’d.
Even still, the Carbon Pro build was a complete riot to ride.
GT has a longstanding reputation for creating some of the most iconic, out-of-the-box full-suspension designs since it started making double boingers back in 1993. ... Sensor Carbon Elite: $3,000 USD. But, you know, that really comes down to personal preference. But even the Carbon Pro model is curiously spec’d, starting with the SRAM Level brakes. Take GT’s most current mousetrap, Angle Optimized Suspension or AOS, for example. Aliquam tincidunt, eros a tincidunt varius, mi turpis tristique elit, vel iaculis mi purus non tellus. Thank you for signing up. Inspection can be arranged by email. The bike doesn’t squat, or buck and bob, but instead remains fairly planted and predictable. LTS used a simple four-bar design, back before GT engineers’ brains got too big for their britches. Duis maximus at dolor at fermentum.
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