GT Bicycles inspires a passion for riding by celebrating the brand’s roots in dirt and street culture. Since building GT’s first BMX bike in 1972, GT has remained true to sharing the stoke on two wheels which the brand was founded on because, after all, you can’t have good times without ‘GT’!
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    Feels quick and efficient
    I'd put the Sensor into the 'classic' trail bike category. It'll handle a little bit of everything. On smoother, swoopier trails, the Sensor felt more at home, and it'll generate speed nicely when pumping through rollers or berms.
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    Stability at speed
    From a performance perspective, GT have delivered on their claims of making an enduro bike for big hitters and gravity hogs as the Force Carbon Pro charges hard and thoroughly enjoys steep and rowdy descents.
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    Insanely fast descender
    Thanks to the long wheelbase, raked-out head angle and high front end, the Force possesses a huge amount of stability that ensures you feel planted and very much in control when things get sketchy or fast. Or better yet, both.
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    True do-it-all machine
    If you’re looking for fun and thrills on the trails, rather than all-out undulating-terrain speed, the Sensor Pro LE will make a good companion.
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    Excellent performance for the price
    The spec is particularly impressive, the geometry and frame feel are really sorted, and the suspension is impressively smooth, traction rich, and finely adjustable in feel.
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    Incredibly impressive descender
    Rear suspension works incredibly well on rough trails; decent fork, shock and tyres; nice geometry; you can alter chainstay lengths. has since gone on to claim some seriously impressive results at the Enduro World Series.
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Sensor – Trail Series

Boasting 140/130mm travel (F/R) on the alloy and 150/140mm (F/R) on the carbon, this 29" trail bike comes spec'd according to your needs - which is for weekend warriors or hardcore trail junkies. The whole lineup has the same geometry, from the highly tunable four-bar suspension platform, confidence inspiring 65 degree head tube angle and the climbing prowess of the 77 degree seat tube angle.

Force – Enduro Series

Take on the wildest tracks with GT’s carbon 29" Enduro lineup – a hard-hitting 170/160mm travel (F/R) gravity hog that is designed to hurl down steep pitches, eating everything in its way. This built-to-shred package comes with GT’s Downhill World Cup winning Fury, High Pivot LTS – delivering the utmost controlled and inspiring suspension performance. It doesn’t stop there though – the Force is kitted out with a dropout flip chip, providing you with +/– 10mm wheelbase

eForce – Enduro

The eForce Current is GT’s electric version of the podium proven Force – 150mm of travel (F/R), SR Suntour Zeron 35 fork, X-Fusion 02 Pro rear shock, and a Shimano EP6 Drive Unit. With an unreal part spec, the Force Current is ready for anyone who wants to start charging the trails.

Stomper Ace – Jr Trail Series

A 26” Jr. Shredder-friendly 130/120mm trail bike that takes all the tech and features from GT’s adult full suspension line and packages it into a proper youth-focused trail machine.

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Established in 1972

GT Bicycles has a rich heritage deeply rooted in Southern California since its inception in 1972 when founder Gary Turner crafted the first GT frame for BMX racing. Over the decades, GT has consistently pushed the boundaries of what's possible, earning a reputation for reliability, innovation, and performance. From dominating the BMX race circuit in the '80s to pioneering advancements in mountain biking with iconic riders like Hans Rey and Juli Furtado, GT has continuously evolved its designs, introducing industry-changing technologies such as i-Drive® suspension and full carbon frames. GT continues to foster a community of riders who share the brand's passion for good times and serious fun.

50+ World Cup Podiums

In 2012, GT welcomed the Atherton siblings to the GT Factory Racing team, achieving over 50 World Cup podiums, 3 World Championships, and 3 World Cup overall titles. Notably, GT's Fury model saw success beyond racing, with Kyle Strait winning his second Red Bull Rampage event. The team's focus on success and enjoyment also led to the relaunch of a new line of full suspension mountain bikes, with Martin Maes securing back-to-back wins at the Enduro World Series and Downhill World Cup events (a world first for the industry). Moving forward (2023/24), Wyn Masters has/is spearheading GT’s Privateer Project, a racer support program for underdogs in the World Cup DH circuit.

Industry Leading

Innovation is rooted in GT’s DNA – from their world cup winning Triple Triangle frame design to their i-Drive suspension, they know what it means to push the boundaries. In fact, GT produced the world’s first full carbon downhill bike, the Fury, and the world’s first carbon BMX race bike, the UB2. With successful innovation came results - such as Brian Lopes becoming the 4x World Champion in 2007 and Marc Beaumont winning the 2010 Val di Sole World Cup, making him the first person to win a UCI World Cup aboard a full carbon DH bike – the Fury.


Being an innovative company driven by performance, GT ensures that they kit their bikes out with brands that you know and love - such as Fox, SRAM, and Shimano. Aside from beloved brands, GT ensures that their bikes are capable of serious abuse - being ridden by world class athletes such as back-to-back World Cup DH and EWS series race winner, Martin Maes. From introducing one of the very first full suspension mountain bikes to numerous prestigious podium wins, you know what you’re getting with GT.