Levy: The Session is a slightly shorter bike than the Fury. How does this affect its performance relative to a guy who's going as quick as you are?
Gee: Reach is shorter, back end slightly longer, rider position slightly more central. It’s all about finding the optimum rider position for getting the most out of the bike.
Levy: The Session is a full carbon fiber frame, whereas your previous bike was aluminum. So long as the weight is competitive, does frame material matter to you at all?
Gee: The thing about carbon molds is that they are so accurate, so you get exactly the same frame time after time. You don’t have to rely on the accuracy of molds. With regards to riding, carbon does feel different to aluminum but I haven’t ridden a carbon bike that's exactly the same weight as an aluminium one, so it's hard to say exactly why.