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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the GT Laguna. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The GT Laguna is an affordable hardtail.
- The bike is best for beginners. It is not built for technical trails or downhill runs.
- Users agree the bike is attractive.
- The front fork has 80mm of travel. This offers cushioning over rough trails.
- Testers agree the Laguna can easily be transported with most bike racks.
- The bike has a durable aluminum frame with GT’s famous triple triangle design.
- Older kids and teens found the size small Laguna to be a good fit.
- The Laguna is offered with 26” or 27.5” wheels and tires.
- The All Terra tires offer excellent traction on hard-packed sand and gravel surfaces.
- The GT Laguna Pro build has responsive disc brakes.
- The seat is easy to adjust with a quick-release seat post clamp.
7 reasons not to buy
- The brakes squeak and squeal.
- The Microshift shifter is hard to operate and gears often skip and slip.
- Testers found the front wheel wobbled.
- The seat is uncomfortable.
- GT does not include a kickstand.
- Broken pedals were an issue for riders.
- Instructions were not included for assembly.