GT have recently announced the launch of three new bikes for the 2014 season. The all new, Sensor, Fury and Force are part of a brand new design in full suspension bikes that have ‘Angle optimized suspension.’
GT have put a big focus on centred on rider (C.O.R) approach and redefined the design of the bikes for next year. The new bikes have a complete new suspension design that GT say takes into account the way you, your tyres and your bike handle the trails.
They have designed bikes for every kind of rider, the Force for All-Mountain, The Fury for Downhill and the Sensor for Trails.
The new Fury GT boasts a complete redesign. Originally developed in 2008-2009, the revamped version is lighter and stiffer than the 2013 model and features a modern and progressive geometry and revolutionized Independent Drivetrain suspension system. For the first time ever, the GT Independent Drivetrain was completely redesigned for 2014 model.
Through collaboration with the GT Factory Racing team, GT have been able to develop an all-out fast and aggressive downhill bike. 2014 will see four versions of the bike released in team, pro and expert available in XS, Small, Medium and Large.
2014 Force Carbon:
For All-Mountain riding GT have designed the Force Carbon. The 2014 Force features all-new geometry. With a short stem, wide bars, a long front centre, and 27.5″ wheels. The Force is available at three different price points, the Team, the Pro and the Expert.
2014 GT Sensor:
The Sensor is designed for the aggressive trail rider it has 130mm of travel on both the front and rear, and premium suspension capable of riding a variety of trails. The GT Trail bike consists of a short stem, wide bars, and a long front centre. The bike also utilizes AOS for unmatched pedalling power.
Available in Carbon and Aluminium with 27.5″ wheels, once again it comes in three different price points, the Team, the Pro or the Expert.
See below for a gallery of the 2014 bikes:
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For more information on the Force, Fury and Sensor visit the GT site