Gerhard Senfter

He sure does not want to be reduced to a single discipline, he wants to be able to do what he is up to most. This is why you can find Gerhard somewhere in the forest, in the high mountains or even in a bike park. During the winter season, he switches and goes skiing a lot. He likes to be out in the mountains, most preferably above the alpine tree lane. He does not keep himself from competing, yet trialing on tricky mountain paths is equally striking to him with himself being the only competitor to beat. And it goes without saying that he tunes his bikes by himself in his beloved bike garage to find the ultimate setup. Born in 1982 in Innsbruck, he never left the city as he knows very well that there is no better place to ride for him. Gerhard’s lower arm is just as enormous as his appetite. He likes his profession as a construction engineer, yet he is also known as a person entirely living for his leisure time, which clearly one can tell looking at his sun tanned skin in the summer!

Name: Gerhard
Prename: Senfter




Gerhard's 301 Mk12

Model: 301 Mk12 Size L, Variospin -1,5
Travel rear: 160 mm
Damper: RockShox Monarch RT3 Debon Air
Fork: Fox 36 Float, 170 mm
Wheels: Enduro: Syntace M35, 27,5" front and rear; Vertride: Syntace M40 27,5" front, M35 26" rear
Stem: Syntace Megaforce2, 30 mm
Handlebar: Syntace Vector Carbon High20, 8 degree, 780 mm
Brakes: Sram X0trail
Drivetrain: Sram X01, 1x11
Pedals: constantly changing between NumberNine M and Shimano XT

Gerhard's 901 DH Prototyp

Model: 901 DH Prototyp
Travel rear: 200 mm
Damper: RockShox Vivid Air R2C
Fork: Fox 40 Float, 200 mm
Wheels: Enduro: Syntace M35, 27,5" front and rear
Stem: Syntace F44
Handlebar: Syntace Vector Carbon High20, 8 degree, 780 mm
Brakes: Sram X0trail WC
Drivetrain: Sram X0, 1x9
Pedals: constantly changing between NumberNine M and Crankbrothers Mallet
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Gerhard Senfter

He sure does not want to be reduced to a single discipline, he wants to be able to do what he is up to most. This is why you can find Gerhard somewhere in the forest, in the high mountains or even in a bike park. During the winter season, he switches and goes skiing a lot. He likes to be out in the mountains, most preferably above the alpine tree lane. He does not keep himself from competing, yet trialing on tricky mountain paths is equally striking to him with himself being the only competitor to beat. And it goes without saying that he tunes his bikes by himself in his beloved bike garage to find the ultimate setup. Born in 1982 in Innsbruck, he never left the city as he knows very well that there is no better place to ride for him. Gerhard’s lower arm is just as enormous as his appetite. He likes his profession as a construction engineer, yet he is also known as a person entirely living for his leisure time, which clearly one can tell looking at his sun tanned skin in the summer!

Name: Gerhard
Prename: Senfter




Gerhard's 301 Mk12

Model: 301 Mk12 Size L, Variospin -1,5
Travel rear: 160 mm
Damper: RockShox Monarch RT3 Debon Air
Fork: Fox 36 Float, 170 mm
Wheels: Enduro: Syntace M35, 27,5" front and rear; Vertride: Syntace M40 27,5" front, M35 26" rear
Stem: Syntace Megaforce2, 30 mm
Handlebar: Syntace Vector Carbon High20, 8 degree, 780 mm
Brakes: Sram X0trail
Drivetrain: Sram X01, 1x11
Pedals: constantly changing between NumberNine M and Shimano XT

Gerhard's 901 DH Prototyp

Model: 901 DH Prototyp
Travel rear: 200 mm
Damper: RockShox Vivid Air R2C
Fork: Fox 40 Float, 200 mm
Wheels: Enduro: Syntace M35, 27,5" front and rear
Stem: Syntace F44
Handlebar: Syntace Vector Carbon High20, 8 degree, 780 mm
Brakes: Sram X0trail WC
Drivetrain: Sram X0, 1x9
Pedals: constantly changing between NumberNine M and Crankbrothers Mallet