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1992 GT Interceptor

#1 2021-06-28 7:09am

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1992 GT Interceptor

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1992 GT Interceptor

Leftovers are the best!

I picked up most of this bike in a giant lot of random parts purchased here on the museum. It’s literally slapped together with what was lying around. The only thing I purchased specifically for this bike was those beater turbo trap pedals. I have many bmx bikes, and this one is easily the least expensive and the least thought out build I have. But it’s one of my absolute favorites because it really embodies my childhood and my neighborhood growing up. We didn’t race, we didn’t have rich parents, but damnit we lived on our bikes, and a chrome GT or Dyno was the neighborhood standard in my hood. The relatability with this bike is off the charts.


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