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    2014 GT Sensor and Force 27.5

    Nice product coming out of the GT camp for next year! 130mm Sensor and 150mm Force, both in carbon...get ready!

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    Yeah saw them all over the trail today. 30 guys decked out on gt's trying to go downhill as fast as they could all at once on a popular 2 way trail on a Saturday. Got an up close look of them as one guy after another tried to avoid running me over.

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    2014 GT Sensor and Force 27.5

    The Force carbon Pro in black/white/blue looks REALLY nice... I'd like to demo one... The suspension ego has me interested
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    Price will be the deciding factor. Obviously the bikes don't limit their riders; as Atherton proves, but the pro guys aren't buying my bike.

    If they can get the carbon Force down around $3500, it'll be a contender. My guess is they'll start in the low 4es, which is a bit steep.
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    Every carbon bike starts in at least the low 4s, why do you expect this to be much less? Force carbon Pro could be my next bike!

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    Sorry, but I think that's a lot of money for a Doral made bike. Cannondale, Mongoose, or not. A company that big should be able to produce the best bike at the cheapest prices.

    Norco expects to sell the Sight B-3C(arbon) between $3500-$4000.
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    Looks like they are rolling on the E13 wheels...they are stout and spendy

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