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GT Aggressor Comp Bike 2019 - £249.99 @ CRC
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Aggressor by name and by nature, this GT bike hits hard and fast, with confidence-inspiring performance as you make your first foray in to off road riding. A versatile and rugged bike that's as happy on the mountain trail as it is on urban rides, the Aggressor will keep you right whether you take it easy or throw caution to the wind. Ready for anything, there is not much that this stunning ride can't deal with.

Features:
  • Frame: 6061-T6 Aluminium Triple Triangle™ Frame, w/ Replaceable Derailleur Hanger, and 1 1/8"" Head Tube27.5 Design
  • Fork: SR Suntour XCT, 80mm, Coil
  • Headset: Semi Integrated, Sealed cartridge
  • Stem: Alloy 1 1/8” Threadless, 4-Bolt W/ CNC Face Plate, 31.8, 8°
  • Handlebar: GT All Terra Alloy Riser, 25mm rise, 8° sweep, 6° rise, 700mm
  • Grips: GT Statement logo grips
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney, 31.8 clamp
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney TX800
  • Shifters: Shimano EF500 Easyfire, 3x7
  • Brake System: Tektro cable-actuated disc, 160/160mm
  • Crankset: All Terra, 42/34/24
  • Chain: KMC Z51, 7-speed
  • Front Hub: Formula QR
  • Rear Hub: Formula QR
  • Rims: WTB SX19, 32h, Double wall, disc
  • Front Tyre: WTB Transition, 27.5 x 2.25"
  • Rear Tyre: WTB Transition, 27.5 x 2.25"
  • Saddle: GT MTB
  • Seatpost: Alloy Micro Adjust, 15mm setback, 27.2 x 350mm
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Had the 2013 model, until stolen. Was a great bike.
Voted hot
but not very aggressive mountain bike 700mm narrow bars and skinny 80mm fork with shimano tournay

It’s needs as least 760mm bars, 34/35mm forks with 130mm+ of travel and at a minimum off-road drivetrain like DEORE

for the price it’s a decent buy for a ride to the park, canal towpath and possibly blue trails
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 19th Jul
whatyadoinsucka19/07/2019 11:01

Voted hot but not very aggressive mountain bike 700mm narrow bars and …Voted hot but not very aggressive mountain bike 700mm narrow bars and skinny 80mm fork with shimano tournayIt’s needs as least 760mm bars, 34/35mm forks with 130mm+ of travel and at a minimum off-road drivetrain like DEOREfor the price it’s a decent buy for a ride to the park, canal towpath and possibly blue trails


Do you have any links to something that's worthy?
Eggbutty19/07/2019 11:18

Do you have any links to something that's worthy?


Worthy for what? As I’ve said it’s a decent price but if you want a bike to ride proper off-road then stump up the cash or get a good quality second hand bike
whatyadoinsucka19/07/2019 11:01

Voted hot but not very aggressive mountain bike 700mm narrow bars and …Voted hot but not very aggressive mountain bike 700mm narrow bars and skinny 80mm fork with shimano tournayIt’s needs as least 760mm bars, 34/35mm forks with 130mm+ of travel and at a minimum off-road drivetrain like DEOREfor the price it’s a decent buy for a ride to the park, canal towpath and possibly blue trails


I use my aggressor on black trails although I did upgrade a few things including Recon air forks
Edited by: "Cro_Baron" 19th Jul
I’m looking for a mtb for 26mile daily commute and for the occasional trail ... £1k - £1.5k ... any recommendations ?
Very good bike at that price.
no_regretz19/07/2019 13:55

I’m looking for a mtb for 26mile daily commute and for the occasional t …I’m looking for a mtb for 26mile daily commute and for the occasional trail ... £1k - £1.5k ... any recommendations ?


If i were you I would be looking around for last years Specialized Stumpjumper - all the bike you will ever need and should fall in your budget.
Great price for that bike , but them forks !
Tyranicus6619/07/2019 15:18

If i were you I would be looking around for last years Specialized …If i were you I would be looking around for last years Specialized Stumpjumper - all the bike you will ever need and should fall in your budget.


Thanks, I’ve just been offered a 2015 giant glory adv in my budget. If only I was just trailing
no_regretz19/07/2019 13:55

I’m looking for a mtb for 26mile daily commute and for the occasional t …I’m looking for a mtb for 26mile daily commute and for the occasional trail ... £1k - £1.5k ... any recommendations ?


Just my opinion, but if you’re doing a 26 mile commute, why are you thinking of a MTB? All that extra weight will just make it harder. Why not go for a lighter hybrid? I’ve just moved to a Trek FXS4 and I practically fly to work!
Edited by: "alexlea88" 19th Jul
how does this compare to the recent carrera hellcat?
alexlea8819/07/2019 19:00

Just my opinion, but if you’re doing a 26 mile commute, why are you t …Just my opinion, but if you’re doing a 26 mile commute, why are you thinking of a MTB? All that extra weight will just make it harder. Why not go for a lighter hybrid? I’ve just moved to a Trek FXS4 and I practically fly to work!



I had a great hybrid (rockrider 8.0) until it was stolen. I’m only going to commute ‘maybe’ twice a week and occasionally go off road. I’ll be doing more n more off-road in the next 12 months so wanted to future proof it to a certain extent.
no_regretz19/07/2019 21:49

I had a great hybrid (rockrider 8.0) until it was stolen. I’m only going t …I had a great hybrid (rockrider 8.0) until it was stolen. I’m only going to commute ‘maybe’ twice a week and occasionally go off road. I’ll be doing more n more off-road in the next 12 months so wanted to future proof it to a certain extent.


It was just the “occasionally” go off road that made me suggest a hybrid. When I think about all the miles I’ve lugged a big frame and suspension fork when I didn’t need it! Then again, the extra weight makes for a better workout. All the best with the search.
spuddybuddy19/07/2019 19:56

how does this compare to the recent carrera hellcat?


This is just a pretend mountain bike, very low end 80mm XCT forks but more importantly it's based around a low end freewheel drivetrain and doesn't look like the freewheel is even Shimano. Some 3x7 mountain bikes use a 7 speed cassette but looks like this is a basic sunrace freewheel as its 14-34T. You can see from the image at the centre of the freewheel the typical design of a freewheel and normally starting at '14' teeth for the smallest cog is a giveaway that its a freewheel. The hellcat scrapes in as a real mountain bike but this isn't its more mountain bike style. Also note the rear wheel has a quick release rather than a solid axle so there is a real risk of the hollow quick release axle snapping in use if you take the bike off-road. Should be ok for very light use off-road for children and light adults. Probably £50-60 of the price here is basically the 'GT' badge you will get a lot more for your money with a shop brand generally.

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