Whether hitting the lifts, or shuttling your secret freeride trail, Trek's Session 9.8 Park stomps it. The carbon frame rocks their DH rear through-axle, E2 head tube, EVO link, and of course, the Full Floater linkage and ABP rear end. A Boxxer leads the charge with a Fox Van RC backing you up. The geometry is aggressive, built around Brandon Semenuk's input, so it dominates steep and techy as easily as it rips high-speed jump lines. Specs are legit with SRAM gearing and stout Descendant cranks. DT Swiss wheels serve as your landing gear and the insanely powerful Code brakes give you pinpoint modulation and keep everything in check.
With 210mm of rear travel and a downhill-specific Independent Drivetrain system, be prepared to stick to the ground when you want to and take flight when necessary. The GT Fury has been designed, from the ground up in conjunction with the best in the business. The result is a lightweight, stiff, and efficient pedaling frame that can take what you can dish out. With the legendary RockShox Boxxer up front and a Vivid Coil out back, the Fury Pro handles the roughest terrain with the greatest of ease. It rolls on Stan's Flow S1 wheels and Schwalbe Magic Mary tires, giving you tubeless traction and flat resistance with the strength and the durability you need to climb that podium. SRAM's GX drivetrain rips through gears as fast as you can hit the shifter so you never miss a short pedal section, and Guide R brakes serve up ridiculous braking power with the fine modulation SRAM is famous for. And, with Race Face bars, WTB saddle, and an e13 chain guide to keep you in line, this Fury is coming downhill fast.
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