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2000 GT Pro Performer

#1 2016-05-30 8:53am

Toddster
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2000 GT Pro Performer

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2000 GT Pro Performer

All chrome and standing platform!

Returned to BMX after a 28 year break and wanted to get a bike to ride again.  Found this one on the Museum, but didn't realize how overbuilt the bikes of the late 90s early 2000s were!  I was used to an early 80s somewhat lighter and flexible bike.  Either way its a darn good looking bike and that swooping top tube in chrome is sweet.  All original in excellent condition.
Parts list:                                                     
* Frame: Made in the US, 4130 Chromoly main triangle, TIG welded
* Fork Material:   Chromoly, unicrown crown
* Brakes: Tektro U-brake brakes, Chang Star Freestyle levers
* Crankset: GT 1-piece steel, 43 teeth
* Pedals: GT aluminum platform
* Rear Cog:16 teeth
* Chain:  Bell 2 tone, 1/2 x 1/8"
* Seatpost: GT chromoly micro-adjust, 26.0mm diameter
* Saddle: GT
* Handlebar: GT Freestyle
* Handlebar Stem: GT Piston
* Headset: 1 1/8" threadless Aheadset w/SST Oryg detangler
* Wheels
* Hubs: GT Mohawk
* Rims: Weinmann ZAC-X, 48-hole
* Tires: 20 x 1.95" GT Air Bags


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BMX 78-84, Flatland 84-88

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