What size is GT aggressor?

What size is GT aggressor?

Additional Information

Sizes XS, SM, MD, LG (27.5″), SM, MD, LG,XL( 29″)
Rims WTB SX19, 32h
Tires WTB Ranger Comp, 27.5/29 x 2.25″, DNA Compound
Front Hub Alloy Disc, QR
Rear Hub Sealed Alloy Disc, QR

How many gears does a GT Aggressor have?

The Shimano Acera, 12-32, 8-speed gear system is smooth and quick to select up and down gears. The saddle is comfortable and includes an Alloy Micro Adjustment with a 15mm setback.

Which is better TREK or GT?

The GT Avalanche Comp and Trek Marlin 7 are both 27.5″ / 29″ aluminum frame hardtail crosscountry bikes. The GT has much better components, while the Trek has a 2 × 9 drivetrain providing a wider range of gears.

Does the GT Aggressor have hydraulic brakes?

The GT Aggressor comes in 3 models: GT Aggressor Comp (Basic model), GT Aggressor Sport which has disc brakes and the GT Aggressor Expert (Pro) which has hydraulic disc brakes.

What weight is a GT aggressor?

15.6kg
Rims: WTB SX19, 32h. Weight: 15.6kg.

What is the difference between the GT Aggressor and expert?

The GT Aggressor comes in three different specifications: If you can stretch to the Expert, you will have a much better bike with more durable components and a better fork. When you choose your GT Aggressor, you have a choice of specifying 27.5″ 29″ wheels.

Is the GT Aggressor a good entry level mountain bike?

As long as you don’t go too ambitious with super technical terrain, this is a good value entry level bike. The GT Aggressor mountain bike is an everyday bike for riding to school or work, but it is also a good one to have some fun on the trails.

What size wheels should I choose for my GT Aggressor?

When you choose your GT Aggressor, you have a choice of specifying 27.5″ 29″ wheels. This choice is becoming more popular and we are seeing this from most manufacturers now. Which size you choose will all be down to personal preference.

Is the GT Aggressor worth the money?

If you are planning on taking on some tech terrain in the near future, you will want to spend more money on something a little more substantial. But, if you want to ride local trails, canal paths etc the GT Aggressor will be absolutely fine for you. Given its intended use, the components are are pretty durable.