Since day one GT has been no stranger to downhill racing success due to their longstanding position as the leader of Downhill technology. Rachel and Gee Atherton proved this as they took a double World Cup victory at Fort William, which only points out one of the more recent successes. There were many more before, and will be many more to come. GT has made an addition to their family with the Fury Alloy series, which greatly broadens GT’s spectrum of Downhill bikes while integrating the latest Downhill technology to prove why GT is still ahead.
The Fury Alloy 2.0 is easy to handle and just about bomb-proof. The core of this machine is constructed of Monocoque XM Metal™ aluminum with a 210mm Travel Independent Drivetrain ™ suspension system with forged pivots, promising an invigorating combination of rollover ability and agility. You’ll ooze confidence with a Marzocchi 888 RV fork up front, with 200mm of travel (with adjustable rebound) and a 20x110mm thru axle for maximum strength and stiffness. In the rear the Fury Alloy 2.0 sports the Marzocchi Roco R with adjustable rebound.
Since downhill riding can be unforgiving, GT knows there can be zero compromise on quality components, which is why GT equipped the Fury Alloy 2.0 with a race ready SRAM X.5 rear derailleur and shifter (right side) with X-Glide shifting that will take you to the next level. The wheels on this bad boy are built using All Terra DD32 rims, All Terra alloy sealed bearings hubs, and DT Swiss Factory stainless spokes to provide unparalleled durability that can withstand high speed impact. Riding a bike under the mercy of gravity requires the best stopping power. Avid Elixir 3 disc brakes are utilized for comfort, control and reliability. Whether you're dusting the competition in a weekend race, or it's a long day of battling rock gardens, roots, berms or air, the Fury Alloy 2.0 is suited for pure enjoyment!
Note: Components are subject to change without notice.