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1998 GT Show

#1 2009-12-22 3:50am

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1998 GT Show

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1998 GT Show

purchased from doug in 2009, sold to iFixBMX in 2017. had a hard time letting it go but he got it signed by gabs weed and sold it to someone else who hopefully really loves it.

6061-T6 Aluminum is introduced to freestyle by the groundbreaking GT Show flatland frame. With close input from legendary flatlander Ruben Castillo, Robert Kahler and Jeff Soucek designed a frame specifically for the discipline of flatland.
    Rueben Castillo, Ride BMX US february 1998 : It's basically a thought that came to my head when I started flatland to get a small lightweight bike. Smaller than any other flatland bike, I'm only 5'3" and a half. Most bike geometry's are made for someone around 5'10 or 6 foot. I helped with Woody Itson and some of the people at GT. We came up with a bike that has an 18" top tube and a 13" rear end. It's something that has never be done before. We all put our heads together and came up with something that we are really happy about.

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#2 2009-12-22 7:02am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

Great collection of Shows!


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#3 2009-12-22 7:20am

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Re: 1998 GT Show

Beauty..
man with 2 red shoes.. hahaha
great props for the bike..good reference stuff too.
Love those frames.. swoop..thanks for submitting!


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#4 2009-12-22 7:42am

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Yeah!!! the shoes next to the bikes is a good touch kinda unique smile. I am looking for a flatland bike now myself and those shows are pretty cool. Aloha
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#5 2009-12-22 6:30pm

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another sick show , love the chrome , great collection of show's , this chrome is an instant favorite


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#6 2009-12-23 1:04am

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thanks everyone for the compliments, i appreciate them very much.. the chrome is always a stunner when people see it.. especially in the sun, everything is just so shiny


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#7 2009-12-23 3:52pm

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What's the deference between the 98,99 & 00 GT Show ?  cool Show !  big_smile


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#8 2009-12-24 5:04pm

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not one, not two, not three, but four shows - dude, life is good!


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#9 2010-02-26 11:22pm

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Man,that Thing is ALL org  the way it is right now. I know,cuzz I was First one to have on in Ohio back in 1998. I work at bike shop & GT hook me it. My $Cost$ in it was $550.00 big_smile

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#10 2010-12-25 8:09pm

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Thats RAD man!!! Im in Hawaii also....I seen one on craigslist a few months back. I wanted to buy it but didnt have the funds at the time... Bought a 1999 Haro Master though... good deals on Craigslist!!! big_smile


Im looking to trade my 1999 Haro Master Complete Bike for ?????. See photos in my bikes. PM me if interested. Aloha!!

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#11 2010-12-25 8:52pm

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great looking bike..you sure your not hiding it at your parents.big_smile.i was married once! she didnt understand why i needed more than one

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#12 2012-10-26 7:33pm

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siK bike, kinda looks like my Tour... my favorite part of the Show are those wicked handlebars cool


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