GT Sensor 4.0 full-suspension mountain bike delivers agility, responsiveness and efficiency along with 120mm of travel and a slackened geometry for supreme trail performance.
Lightweight 6061 hydroformed aluminum frame uses Independent Drive design, which allows rear suspension to move independently of bottom bracket for a fully active rear end
The Independent Drive system also smooths out pedaling on rough trails and minimizes suspension-induced feedback
Suntour Raidon LOD Air suspension fork offers up 120mm of air sprung travel with rebound damping adjustment and convenient lockout
X-Fusion 02 R rear shock provides exceptional bump absorption and traction control; rebound is easily tunable for a custom ride
Shimano Alivio shifters and derailleurs are fast and reliable to quickly guide you through the 27 gear combinations
Tektro Draco hydraulic disc brakes provide reliable, powerful speed management with a 180mm rotor up front and a 160mm rotor in the back
Alex TD24 rims are outfitted with Maxxis Mobster tires—26x2.35 in. front, 26x2.10 in. rear
Specs on the GT Sensor 4.0 full-suspension mountain bike are subject to change
After its initial break-in period you might notice your bicycle performing less responsively than the day you brought it home. Not to worry, this is typical of all new bicycles and simply reflects that cables have stretched or their housings have seated themselves into final position. To keep running at peak performance, all REI bicycles come with a FREE warranty tune-up, which should be accomplished between the first 100-200 miles of riding or after the first two months if you're accumulating miles less quickly. Contact your nearest REI bike shop for details and an appointment for this important service.
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On the first mountain ride I got a flat just to find out that rear inner tube is extra thin WHY? I was expecting better than that, anyway now after probably 50-60 miles riding I noticed changing speeds on the 3 front gears is not working well also there is a clicking noise coming from the pedals or the crank set (I am not sure). It seems to me more I ride the bike more issues are coming up, I will have to take it back for tune up after the initial break in period and hopefully that will fix all the issues and will update my review.
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend