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1988 GT Ricochet

#1 2019-05-22 7:13am

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1988 GT Ricochet

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1988 GT Ricochet

Very rare only made for 1 year.

I bought this new in 1991. The only changes I made in the 28 years I’ve had it were the brake levers and the decals, everything else was stock.
Components to dominate any terrain:
GT Ricochet frame, fork and bars.
GT Epoch headset.
GT/AME grips.
GT Super Lace sealed hubs.
UKAI rims.
GT Power Series 150mm cranks.
GT sealed bottom bracket.
GT seat.
GT seatpost.
GT seatpost clamp.
GT Trials tires.
Peregrine FSX-111 brake calipers
DiaComp brake levers.

Thank you for checking out my bikes. Let me know what you think.


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