The 2010 GT Force Carbon Expert is one hell of a bike! In fact, it has been touted as one of the best mountain bikes on the market today. Costing anywhere from $2,000 to $4,000, the bike is a bit pricy, but it was built for experience bikers who want to take their biking experience to the very edge. This bike is not about playing safe and compromising, it is about performance to the max.
2010 GT Force Carbon Expert: Independent Drivetrain Suspension
This mountain bike is equipped with the Independent Drivetrain Suspension. Combined with an ultra-durable lightweight monocoque carbon frame, the bike guarantees riders a more comfortable and efficient ride. The carbon frame is significantly stronger and lighter than aluminium frames found in most mountain bikes today.
2010 GT Force Carbon Expert: GT i-Drive
Biking uphill is one of the more difficult tasks for any mountain biker. The GT i-Drive solves this problem by making it easier to peddle uphill, while still maintaining power and stability. The bike also speeds through bumps like they were not event there, allowing for a more seamless ride. Evidently, the iDrive is one of the main selling points of this bike, according to various reviews.
2010 GT Force Carbon Expert: Selected Specifications
This bike is equipped with components from the Shimano XT component group, which gives the best value for money on the market today. It has 26” KendaNevegal tires with Shimano XTCenterlock disc hubs, and a nine-speed Shimano chain. Its quality components contribute to the quality look and performance of the GT Force Carbon Expert.
My Review on the 2010 GT Force Carbon Expert
After a couple of months of biking with the Carbon Expert I can now confirm that this bike is indeed one of the fastest climbing and hardest driving bikes I have ever ridden. This was made possible by the bike’s Independent Drivetrain Suspension and Monocoque carbon frame, and other components.
I never had an easier time biking up and down by my favorite mountain biking trails. The pedals were so easily to move and the rough roads were no problem riding over, partly because I was not afraid that my bike’s frame would get damaged. Riding the bike was also very comfortable for me despite the fact that I am 6’2” in height. That’s a huge plus, for me.
Overall, I enjoy pushing myself with this mountain bike, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to take their mountain biking experience to the max.