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GT Pro

By getset,


I really like this bike.  I was struck by how "authentic" it seemed, then I read that you've had it since back in the day and wow... my hats off to you for managing to keep it together all these years.

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Classification Details

Brand GT
Model Pro
Genre Race
Class Pro
Country of MFG Unknown
Year of MFG 1981
Finish Original
Condition Used Very Good

Core Structure

Frame GT
Fork GT
Handlebars GT
Stem Pro Neck
Headset N/A
Gyro N/A

Wheel Details

Front Hub Phil Wood
Rear Hub Phil Wood
Mag Wheel N/A
Rim Araya
Front Tire Comp III
Rear Tire Comp III
Spokes Double Butted

Divetrain Details

Cranks Redline
Pedals Hutch
Pedal Cage Hutch
Chain KMC
Sprocket Redline
Spider N/A
Bottom Bracket N/A

Seat Details

Seat Post Clamp N/A
Seat Post GT
Seat Kashimax
Seat Cover N/A

Brake Details

Brake Front N/A
Brake Rear Dia Compe
Brake Lever N/A
Brake Cable N/A
Brake Shoes Dia Compe

Miscellaneous Details

Grips Ame
Pad Set GT
Number Plate N/A
Decals N/A
Other N/A

Additional Notes

I got this frame and fork in late 1981. I built up the wheels and put it all together soon after that. I raced this bike a couple years and then retired it. It had been sitting in a basement untouched since 1983. Nothings been replaced except the recent addition of the handlebar pad.