We've tested the top of the range GT Force, this time it’s the entry-level GT Sensor Alloy. Opposite ends of the price spectrum, they have a lot in common.
While £4k represents the starting point for some carbon enduro bikes, with GT you get the top of the range model. That model is the GT Force Carbon Pro.
In the low position the new 29er GT Sensor Carbon Pro sports a 65.5 degree head angle, which is pretty slack for a 130mm travel bike.
Point the GT downhill and it starts to make sense
GT has gone a long way to recapturing the magic of the old Zaskar
Not rounded enough to be a great trail bike - £2,299.99
Ploughs a different furrow to the majority of trail bikes - £1,499.99
Falls short of the Zaskar legend - £1,299.99
Read our first ride report of the new trail-focused GT Sensor Carbon Pro