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#1 2019-02-10 7:42pm

phi11yphan
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1998 GT Pro Performer

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1998 GT Pro Performer

OG, last of the "true GT performers"


Foreign model, but not sure from exactly where.  Didn't have to do too much to this one, to get it ride-ready.  Excellent tires/brake pads.  Decals a bit rough.  Re-greased everything, removed some frame/fork/disk/pegs rust, tightened some odds and ends, and that's about it.  If you came across my '86 GT Pro World Tour story, this is the bike that kicked off my re-entry into the world of BMX since the early 2000's.  Glad to own it because word has it that GT Bicycles started to unravel and stopped making 'true' GT pro performers after this black/yellow '98 model.  Fun to ride.  Is heavy.  Massive pegs size.

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