2021 GT Force Comp

A 29″ aluminum frame full suspension enduro bike with upper mid-range components. Compare the full range

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2021 GT Force Comp
SuspensionFull
Travel150mm rear, 170mm front
FrameAluminum
ForkFox Performance Float 38
Wheels29″
GroupsetDeore, Shimano
BrakesHydraulic Disc
SeatpostDropper post

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September 2021

Pinkbike
Video: A Deep Dive on Martin Maes' GT Force

With a BMX background, Martin likes a higher rise 35 mm bar and short stem, but a 50 mm length leads to more weight on the front wheel and therefore more grip for his body positioning..

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August 2021

Beta
First Impressions: 2022 GT Force

GT abandons recent moves toward simplicity in its latest attempt at chasing rearward axle path perfection.

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August 2021

Bikerumor
2022 GT Force Carbon runs high-pivot LTS suspension on 160mm 29er enduro bike

The new GT Force Carbon unleashes 160mm travel 29er enduro bike with high-pivot linkage tuned suspension of the Fury DH Bike

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August 2021

MBR
GT Force Carbon Pro LE: first ride review - MBR

The thoroughly redesigned new GT Force Carbon Pro LE is the brand's new 29er enduro race bike with a carbon front end and alloy rear.

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October 2020

ENDURO Mountainbike Magazine
GT Force Carbon Pro Martin Maes Edition on test – mullet setup for fast cornering

Martin Maes is undoubtedly one of the fastest riders on the pro circuit and is causing a stir in both the enduro and downhill scene. He was one of the first riders to use a mullet setup. We were really excited to see how a replica of his modified GT Force Carbon Pro would fare on the trail.

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February 2020

BikeRadar
GT Force 29 Expert review

Race-built pedigree in a well-priced package with solid kit, but disappointing brakes let it down

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February 2020

Flow Mountain Bike
Review | 2020 GT Force 29 Expert Is A Rock-Devouring Monster

The Force 29 isn't just an up-scaled version of the 27.5in version. Instead, the Force 29 gets a longer fork, a slacker head angle, more reach and a steeper seat angle, bringing it right up to date alongside the competition. How does that play out on the trail though? Read on for the full review.

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December 2019

Loam Wolf
Review: GT Bicycles Force 29 Pro

The GT Bicycles Force 29 is a brutish, all mountain 29er built with gravity-fiends in mind. It has some great characteristics but also some traits that could make it a bit much for certain applications.

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Geometry

Specs
Build
Frame

Force Alloy 29" Frame, 150mm travel, BSA 73mm, LockR Pivots, Tapered Head Tube, Boost 12x148 Thru-Axle, 185x55mm Trunnion Shock Mount, ISCG05

BB StandardBSA, threaded

Fork

Fox Float Performance 38, 170mm, 15x110mm Boost, 44mm Offset

Rear Shock

Fox TBA 185x55mm Trunnion

Bottom Bracket

Shimano BB52

Headset

FSA No.42

Stem

GT Alloy

Handlebar

GT Alloy Riser Bar, 780mm, 30mm Rise

Saddle

Fabric Scoop Shallow Sport

Seatpost

GT Dropkick Dropper Post, 31.6, Internal Routing, 125mm (S, M), 150mm (L, XL)

Pedals

Not included

Grips

Fabric Funguy

Groupset
Rear Derailleur

Shimano Deore M6100

Crank

Shimano MT511, 32T

Shifters

Shimano Deore M6100, 12-speed

Chain

Shimano CN-M6100

Brakes

Shimano MT420, 4-Piston, 203/180mm RT30 Rotors

Wheels
Rims

Stan's NoTubes Flow S1, 32h, Tubeless Ready

Spokes

Stainless Steel, 14g

Front Hub

Shimano MT400B, 15x110mm, Centerlock

Rear Hub

Shimano MT410B, 12x148mm, Centerlock

Tires

(F) Maxxis Minion DHF, 29 x 2.5", 3C MaxxTerra, EXO+ Casing, Tubeless Ready / (R) Maxxis Minion DHR II, 29 x 2.4", 3C MaxxTerra, EXO+ Casing, Tubeless Ready

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