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#1 2010-01-24 5:35pm

tcbmx
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From: Colorado Springs, CO
Registered: 2008-12-21
Posts: 2129
Bikes: 8

1987 GT Performer

http://bmxmuseum.com/image/gt_performer_1_copy2.jpg

1987 GT Performer

Not looking its best right now, but I figured I'd put it up anyway.

This bike originally had plenty of white parts on it (which looked great!) but as they broke I only had black replacements, so that's why it's like that today. Also as I stopped riding it parts were swapped onto other bikes, so it really isn't looking it's best now.
Anyway, here's the parts breakdown:
1987 GT Performer Frame/Fork
Wienmann rims with Joytech hubs (pretty cool wheelset, the original owner upgraded with these after he broke the mags bitd).
Odyssey brakes and gyro
Haro Multisurface tires
Suntour stem
DB Bars
GT cranks and sprocket
Pretty decent Old School flatland bike. I used to ride it a lot, but I just prefer to ride bigger bikes. I use this bike to learn a trick I want to do, then do it on the bike I'm riding. So It's still a great bike for learning freestyle tricks on. 


http://bmxmuseum.com/img/view-bike-in-museum.gif


What's the point of having a bike if you're not going to ride it?

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#2 2010-01-24 6:22pm

cnc6306
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From: Manchester, CN
Registered: 2009-01-25
Posts: 3795
Bikes: 2

Re: 1987 GT Performer

looks good cool , i like the rims on it over the mags


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#3 2010-01-24 6:27pm

tcbmx
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From: Colorado Springs, CO
Registered: 2008-12-21
Posts: 2129
Bikes: 8

Re: 1987 GT Performer

Yeah they get much better braking power, and don't flex much.


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