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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo Mason View Post
    Yea it was really nice lots of enjoyment out of it, the harder you rode it the better it got! although it had the stock coil rear shock and original Judy suspension I had no complaints, would definitely get another! :-) I really fancy a 90's frame to play with maybe an old karakoram or timberline, I'm studying vehicle paint at the minute at college so the opportunity to paint a bike frame is always there, do you have any pics of your bikes up? I can look through this thread all day haha
    Thanks for the info!

    do you have any pics of your bikes up? I can look through this thread all day haha
    Somewhere around here I've got a few pictures up. I keep meaning to take some glamour shots of my Outpost and the Pantera I got for my girlfriend, but I keep telling myself that I'm not quite done tweaking it and keep changing little things or have a few more things I want to do it and so I keep putting it off! I do have one photo handy:




    That's my 1993 GT Outpost set of for commuting with a Nitto Big Front Rack, Carradice quick release saddlebag support and a Zimbale 18 liter bag. Sun Rino Lyte rims wrapped in a Panaracer T-Serv Protex up front and a 26 x 1.50 Vittoria Randonneur Pro on the rear. The only thing left stock on this bike is the front derailleur and the forks! I just picked up a 1994 GT Corrado to take over commuting duties from this tank, I've mostly stripped it and am working on polishing the paint to see what I can rehab and what needs to be worked on, so no decent pictures of that yet. I personally hand pinstriped the hammered Honjos, and then decided I wanted reflective tape everywhere, so now the rear pinstriping is in red reflective and most of the frame is covered with either red or white reflective tape, a la:



    I should've cleaned the reflective sidewall on the rear tire! The view from behind:




    Here's a shot of the Corrado, this is actually from the Craigslist sellers posting, and how I received it:



    When I'm done with it, it will look very similar to my Outpost.


    I've also got a 1988 GT Timberline that I use for bike camping and touring, which it is well suited for with its long chainstays. It's stuck mid-overhaul awaiting time to work on it and money for parts. Somewhere I've got a couple of decent pictures of it, I'll dig them up tomorrow or the next day and post them here.

    I had a 2000 GT Timberline that I was interested in upgrading and using off-road and as my snow and ice bike for commuting through those conditions on the rare times that happens here, but it got stolen before I put any work into it or took any pictures of it.



    I did spot three other GT's on my commute today, here's a pic of one of them:



    I spotted this Timberline when I took a one block detour to avoid a snarl at a double 5 way intersection. I was running a little late for school, so I didn't have time to check it out on my way in, but luckily it was still there when I was riding home a couple hours later. I'd never seen this year Timberline before and so had to snap a few photos!



    I think that GT changed from the thick and heavy, but super durable, DuPont Imron paint in 1994. I know that my '93 Timberline has the thick Imron paint (a nice red with a sort of black swirl) and my '94 Corrado has thinner paint that hasn't weathered the years so well. Between that and the inside of the lettering detail being similar to my Corrado's, I'm guessing that this Timberline is a 1994.

    Again, not mine, just spotted on my commute today. I also spotted an early GT with a u-brake mounted on the seat stays that is often parked in a neighborhood I pass through, and chatted with a guy riding a purple Tachyon with a chainstay mounted u-brake and the original stem. Other than that he had it well set up for commuting with fenders, a big basket on the front and some sort of upright handlebars that seemed european in styling. What year were the purple Tachyons?

    In addition to digging up the photos of my Timberline, I'll post a few photos of my girlfriends GT's tomorrow or the next day as well. She's got a bare metal Backwoods that she picked up in 2001 that was sold to her at a discount as the previous years model, although Bikepedia doesn't list the Backwoods as coming in Ball Burnished for that year. I need to check the serial number on that one, I've been wondering if it is in fact a little earlier model, or Bikepedia is just incomplete in the paint options for the Backwoods for 2000. She also has 1996 Pantera that I bought her and converted it into a city bike and bed & breakfast tourer for her, and that turned out real nice, she loves that bike. In fact, she loves both her GTs!

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    Here's my 1998/99 ball burnished Backwoods. The only original components are the frame and wheelset.
    XT everything, and now has a new stem and bars to allow a better position for an older rider, lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutLore View Post
    Here's my 1998/99 ball burnished Backwoods. The only original components are the frame and wheelset.
    XT everything, and now has a new stem and bars to allow a better position for an older rider, lol...

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    Nice! Looks sharp!

    Thanks for posting it up!

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    Alright, as promised, some more pictures of our GT's. Here's my 1988 (or 89?) Timberline. This is it doing what it does best for me, being a truck or a tourer! Normally I don't carry quite that much when cycle-camping, the boxes on the front deck are actually gifts for my niece and nephew and were only there for the first dozen miles from the train station to my sisters house. I then proceeded to ride from Sacramento to Clear Lake, going south around Lake Berryessa and then up through Calistoga.* Usually I leave the front deck clear for a sixpack, firewood, or groceries, usually picked up in the last few miles before camping for the night. It also makes a great place for food from roadside farmers stands.



    A buddy knew I was looking for an older GT in my size and when he ran across a guy down on his luck selling one for 5 bucks he picked it up for me. I was so broke at the time he had to wait almost two weeks for me to pay him that $5 back!

    When I got it a shifter was lashed to the middle of the top tube with a leather shoelace! This had deeply gouged the paint across at least an inch of the TT, and the rest of the paint was in pretty poor shape as well. Which is saying something, as we all know those old DuPont Imron finishes are about nuke proof.

    I haven't fully finished painting it, but after sanding the worst of gouges and scratches out I primered the whole thing and started painting it like this:





    It usually has some nice hammered Velo Orange fenders on it, which helps put the camo paint into the proper tongue-in-cheek perspective, but I pulled them off for my ride across California because I did a little trail riding that trip as well.

    For a time, this was my only bike, I so I actually took it out mountain biking too! For a full rigid bike with long chainstays and with the racks still mounted, it did fine! Here's a picture of it with the meatiest rubber I could squeeze into the rear triangle. Clearly in 1988 they weren't anticipating 2.4" Mountain King tires! My girlfriend benefitted from that, she's got that nice Conti tire on the rear of her Backwoods and she loves the way it clambers over everything now!



    Here's another shot from another short tour I did with this bike. I LOVE the way it handles loaded, it's as if it was meant to be loaded down with dozens of pounds of wide load, including across the front rack. Rock steady, even in 45+MPH descents while loaded. I LOVE steel GT's!



    After taking a hiatus from cycling for about six years, I finally got my shit together enough to get the Timberline rolling again. The above picture was from my first short tour on it after having commuted on it for a few months. My face actually hurt from smiling so much when I rolled out of the train station on it fully loaded for the first time.

    There's no better feeling in the world than being on a mountain bike, with all your camping gear aboard. You can do anything or go anywhere!

    One last shot of the Timberline for now. This one illustrates one of the benefits of having a two legged kickstand! (Punctured front tire change without fully unloading the bike!)




    Unfortunately, the Timberline is stuck mid-overhaul right now. I wasn't entirely happy with how it was set-up and managed to wear out the chain and the front derailleur, as well as putting a nice hop into the rear wheel (someday I'll learn how to true a wheel without wrecking it!), so this bike is waiting for me to have the time and funds to rebuild it with a different handlebar/stem set-up and lower gearing. It still had the 51-42-32 crankset on it that I was running on it when I was a legal messenger and a very fit 30 year old. Not ideal for an overweight 40 year old using it for loaded touring!

    It'll be keeping the Old Man Mountain brand Cold Springs model front rack and the Jandd Expedition rear rack and getting the nice hammered VO fenders back on. Hopefully I'll have time to finish up the paint and clear coat it as well! I'll be repainting the deck of the OMM front rack, the skull and crossbones are a holdover from when the whole bike was primered and it was getting locked up downtown a lot. I'm toying with the idea of taking advantage of the drum brake mounting point on the 48H rear hub I've got for it and converting the rear to drum brakes. The underneath mounted U-brake is long gone, a friend and I sliced off the studs for those and welded on canti studs in the usual location before I knew that a good U-brake is pretty good! I like having the clearance underneath though, so I'm okay with having done that. I've since upgraded to a great helmet mirror (Safe Zone), so the handlebar mirror already gone (which is good, because sometimes you need that clearance to shoot between things!), and I'll find something nicer than zip ties for cable guides!


    Next up, my girlfriends' 1996 Pantera converted for city duties and longer unloaded rides.


    * I don't actually recommend this route! The mountains were brutal and for miles it is twisty two lane road with no shoulder, which often has quite a lot of fast moving traffic on it. Frankly, it was rather dangerous and no fun for about a third of the route! If I do it again, I'll take the more direct route, and load myself down with water. There aren't any services AT ALL for a long ways on the direct route and the way I went was at least much prettier and not out exposed to the valley sun for dozens of miles.

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    night fighter configuration...
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    I love the look of GT's Cross bikes, I wish they had disc tabs.
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    GT Aggressor 1.0 2012 - 8 Speed Alivio Shifters ; Shimano M395 Hydraulic Brakes ; Maxxis Larsen + Maxxis Monorail

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    Post your GT here!!!

    Cheap build ... Have more fun on this one than my others !


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    This is my trusty hardtail. A Gt Avalanche , 0,5 , well , sort of it . Only a few parts remains original : frame ( super-hard----) , seatpost, brakes ( calipers and levers )and front derailleur . But the updates , not always implies a seizure . Anyway , the fork is a Sektor dual position coil, handlebar truvativ ( 70 cm ) , stem zoom, wheels fulcrum, tires purgatory and intense ,derailleur XT shadow with x9 shifter , cranks from a Specialized Enduro, saddle Selle ,grips Esigrips, 203 front disc Shimano , and so on .

    A perfect All Mountain HT ....
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    94 16" Turquoise Zaskar in all it's original glory.
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    1994 GT Psyclone

    gm1230126 thanks for all of the help on this up to now

    I posted these pics on the VRC forum as well but....

    1994 Psyclone and Bologna lite fork with a handful of GT bits I have collected over the years. Looking to make a total period correct build, maybe all GT branded stuff but we will see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lewisfoto View Post
    gm1230126 thanks for all of the help on this up to now

    I posted these pics on the VRC forum as well but....

    1994 Psyclone and Bologna lite fork with a handful of GT bits I have collected over the years. Looking to make a total period correct build, maybe all GT branded stuff but we will see.
    WOW, that's mint! Is that a NOS stock frame?

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    No, just very low miles, but thanks for the nice words

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    Did you ever build it up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bridgestone14 View Post
    Did you ever build it up?
    These pictures were taken last week so I am in the process of finding the right parts

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    Hello,
    A few pics of my Zaskar Race (2001).

    Crank Shimano Deore XT, 3x9
    Front derailleur: Shimano XT
    Rear derailleur: Sram X0
    Gear shifters: Sram X9
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    gt aggressor xc2 and specialized hardrock

    Post your GT here!!!-photo-1.jpgPost your GT here!!!-photo-2.jpgPost your GT here!!!-photo-3.jpg my friends absolutely stunning aggressor xc2 and my 2011 specialized hardrock sport disc. we've had loads of adventures on these 2 beasts!

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    this is a nice story. :-) thank you for sharing. now i'm planning on a mountain bike camping/tour for early next year (I hope).

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    Just sharing my first custom build...GT Force Expert Carbon 2010...got the frame on sale from nashbar a month back.

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    Awesome Build!!! Is that a 55R??? Looking forward to have my carbon force looking like that soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by juancho142 View Post
    Awesome Build!!! Is that a 55R??? Looking forward to have my carbon force looking like that soon
    55 TST2 air...thanks.

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    what is the seatpost diameter of the new gt zaskar 26er???

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    My GT's

    The Tiger -

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    1996 GT Zaskar 19": Saw this beast for sale on Craigslist about 5 years ago. It was a little run down. Manitou Spyder fork, no decals, Alivio shifters, Deore rear derailleur, cheap Alex wheels. But the frame had caught me. It looked Mean and spirited. In the sale photo, it was inside a small storage room It seemed confined and dangerous. It snarled through the computer screen. I made a move that same day. Met the guy and the frame was in good condition. It rode decent enough to tackle trails. Best $350 I have spent.

    Cleaned it up. Got it tuned. Then over the years put a Marzocchi Z2 Bomber on it, Mavic m231 wheels/Shimano XTR m900 hubs, new seat/seatpost, new tires, decals, used but good XT shifters for cheap on Ebay, etc.

    Anyway, this bike has been all that I believed it would be. Fast, agile, durable. The acceleration borderline maniacal . Only use it on the trail now. The red just catches the eyes of thieves.Only use it on the trail now. The red just catches the eyes of thieves. They have tried to wrestle it from its post at the supermarket. Someone tried to cut the u-lock at the library. Lucky I didn't see them though...because I would risk broken bones for it. Honestly I see another 10 years out of this frame. It has been put through many rough rides and doesn't seem to show any weaknesses yet. "The Tiger" IMHO catches the forces of balance between: simplicity, power, and lightweight. Love this bike.


    2) The Goat -

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    1993 GT Karakoram 18": Have had it for a few years. Its a great climber and can run well. Love it for trails, commuting, and general hack-stuff around the neighborhood. The steel frame and steel fork have a very nice feel. Forgiving, fast enough, and very durable. This one will probably last 10+ years as well, there is no sign of weakness.

    Love my GT's.
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    Introducing my new GT Zaskar Elite Black/Gold Edition!

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    Well guys, after many years of waiting, finally I have a Zaskar. But trying my best to reach the best one that money can buy...
    It was a hidden jewel at Runners Bike Store here in Argentina. My country is out of official GT dealers support, so for me it is a great one punch!

    Glad to be part of GT world, part from now of the Zaskar family.

    The best for all of you guys!
    "Barakus GT Biker"From ARG to the WORLD!

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    Nice one Alejo. Is that Zaskar version a Hans Rey collection too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgkz25 View Post
    Nice one Alejo. Is that Zaskar version a Hans Rey collection too?
    Well! let me tell you I don't really know. But I think those versions are "all gold", like the KARAKORAM.
    I was searching for information about this model, my Zaskar, but this is not included on the 2011 manuals from GT. I think this Zaskar Elite is like a "special edition" or "limited edition". Even the same case is with the RS RECON TK "Gold Edition"... "ALL IS GOLD OVER HERE"!!!! jajajajaja!

    Well master, thanks for your comments!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlejoDido78 View Post

    Well guys, after many years of waiting, finally I have a Zaskar. But trying my best to reach the best one that money can buy...
    It was a hidden jewel at Runners Bike Store here in Argentina. My country is out of official GT dealers support, so for me it is a great one punch!

    Glad to be part of GT world, part from now of the Zaskar family.

    The best for all of you guys!
    Nice Zaskar! Congrats.

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    My 14 years old GT XCR-3000 all pampered up from 2.1" studded tires on tubeless carbon wheels to custom-made rear mudguard and brand new everything but the stock cassette, fork/shock, crank, saddle and headset ! Weights in just under 30lbs without the pictured frame bag, pump and lights, and total cost of upgrades is about $1 300, which means this dream bike took $1 700 of hard work to make it come true ! Still gonna get a RaceFace 30t narrow/wide chainring to drop the fd and 32/42t chainrings and save even more weight.

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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    ^ I'd suggest re-routing your front brake cable, David C

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    Actually, it's about as good as it gets. I know it's not easy to see on the pictures, but the housing is held on the arch by a "D" cable clip and allows the housing to slide through easily but not moving around. And even if somehow i loosen itself (from a lockwasher + loctite), it can't structurally get caught in the tire, it's too rigid to do so even without the clip. Then it goes around the lowers tightly and straight in the caliper. You couldn't easily grab it by hand if you tried. It's even safer and less chance to snag than routing directly behind the stanchion straight down on this fork. And the picture doesn't do justice at how much clearance there is between housing and the tire, but it's actually not even hanging in an opening, it's always running along the arch and lowers, so no chance to get the tire involved. And yes, I spent a few hours finding the best possible way to route the cables on this bike.

    But thanks for your concerns, I feel the love

    You can see better on this picture, since then I installed a shorter stem on and trimmed the rear housings to proper length.

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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    No worries, DC! You have much more patience than I do if it took 3 hours to achieve "about as good as it gets".

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post
    No worries, DC! You have much more patience than I do if it took 3 hours to achieve "about as good as it gets".
    Well weather sucked ass outside and I have a nice workshop away from the household duties...

    Just for you, I went down my basement and snap a pic of the bike. See, plenty of piece of mind up front


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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Go in Peace, from SA

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    Post your GT here!!!

    Fully upgraded timberline

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    Here is mine first GT ever, love the bike. It is wicked fast.
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    i've been riding my 'cross a little more than usual so i decided to post another pic. i've been running 700 x 45 panaracer fire cross tires on it for a while but went back to a 700 x 42 F 700 x 40 R setup. after a few runs up and down mt tam on this setup, i think i'll go with the 45 onthe fron and the 42 on the rear.

    the bike is a 2011 GT series 1 CX. it's my second GT; my first was a '95 or '96 karakoram.
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    New Gt owner from France, Bonjour everyone

    Finaly, as some part are still missing (I wait for some 1x10 exotic transmission & Enve wheels) here is a pre version (0.8) with xtr & winter wheels (Olympic/CxRays/Novatec)
    Enjoy !

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    looking for 9,4kg, approx 20,7lbs within a few weeks

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    96 Zaskar at it's winter time best...
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    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    just off the shelf...

    have not made any changes at all yet; but I've only had it since Saturday. bike shop said that nothing on the bike screamed "replace me right now," and that was after the purchase (when they should have shifted into the sell-him-more-stuff-mode). I've heard people say the wheels suck, but I don't know one way or another...


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    It is a fantastic bike. Ride it until something breaks or you decide for yourself something "sucks". You will get the upgrade bug soon enough.

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    why thank you.

    I've ridden it every day since buying it and I am really enjoying it.

    it had rained pretty hard here so I got some kinda moto-x looking fenders that take about 30 seconds to install and remove, and while they don't look very manly they do a great job of reducing mud spray by about 85%.

    I am tickled pink with this bike.

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    Picked this up on Monday as a starter bike, to get back into riding. for $75 it seemed to be a better deal than something from a box store. Sure it needs some upgrades, but not right awayPost your GT here!!!-00p0p_a34yvkrtcr9_600x450.jpg
    I haven't gotten to ride much yet, but it feels solid so far, not sure on the year though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PacoJr67 View Post
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    Looking at the decals it appears to be 1998.

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    I searched for that year and I think you're right.

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    That iDrive is a 2001.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markbsi View Post
    Hi all first post and after quick scan through some of this thread there some really nice GT's on here.

    Anyway here's mine a GT Avalanche 1.0, 2008 I think:





    And I recently got this retro i-Drive 4, unsure on year but my aim to spend the winter upgrading the rear to a disc and some wider bars/shorter stem, plus a charge saddle like the avalanche.

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    Happy St. Patrick's Day
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    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    Love the green man!

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    1995 GT Avalanche

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    Very stoked to add this 1995 GT Avalanche to my quiver.

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    2013 GT sensor comp

    [/ATTACH]Post your GT here!!!-6-dsc_1164snsrangl2-ii.jpgWow, there are a ton of GTs out there and everyone seem to be happy with them as am I. The more you ride the more you like them. I have a 2013 Sensor comp and yes I got the upgrade bug after about five months of riding Wheels, tires, rotors, saddle, grips, Forks and peddles. I like it even more now Handles great ! Go GT owners !!!
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    2013 gt sensor comp

    As you can see I love my 2013 GT Sensor Comp W/ upgrades !
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    Thanks MTBR for setting up the GT thread!

    What would a GT forum be without photos? Post your GT pictures here!

    I'll start with mine:

    1999 GT STS-1000-DS
    98' Jr. T.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm1230126 View Post
    Happy St. Patrick's Day
    Always nice to see your contributions here! Judging from the rear brake, it's about an '89?

    Thanks for sharing!
    ISO: 22" GT Rebound frame, year 2000 model

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    Avalanche 3.0

    Few new bits since I first posted this bike, just trying out some new shoes for now! Panaracer Fire 2.4 and some Graphite Schwalbe Rapid Rob for the roads :-)


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    Does anyone know where I could get a seat stay for a 1998 sts 1000 ds? I had just finished my build when I cracked the seat stay linkage.

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    Here she is, first ride after the build...

    Finally finished the build last wk..nice to finally get some dirt on her. ..

    feels so good on the climbs...

    @Gonzo...nice set of wheels..

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    Beautiful I-drive.. Love the black and gold. I want to get hold of another after swapping mine for the avalanche just needed a bigger frame as mine was ony small. Just a matter of time and £££

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    2014 Sensor Expert with most of the bike upgraded

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    Upgrades include

    Pike lowered to 140mm
    Race Face Turbine Stem and SIXC bar
    E13 wheelset

    also moved over part from my Zaskar

    XT crankset and shifters
    XT cassette
    Chain
    WTB seat

    The bike is plain bad ass and so much fun to ride. Love how it allows me to pick lines so easily both going up and down. Not sure why but it really pick up speeds when you pump the bike.

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    Here is my GT with some upgrades:

    Mavic SLR
    Rock Shox SID RLT
    Crankbrothers Mallet 3
    San Marco Mantra

    next week will have full SRAM X01 group.

    Its a damn funny bike.

    Greetings from italy.

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    The Zaskar looks great in smaller sizing. Nice upgrades.

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    thanks mate

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    1999 Timberline

    Finally got hold of a Timberline frame in lovely pearl green.. unfortunately the ebayer failed to mention the big dent in it.. that has now gone and luckily the new Arrowhead frame that has just arrived is a beauty! Will be building up as a new primary commuter

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    Re: Post your GT here!!!

    Built this for my wife's birthday. Mix of used and new parts.

    2013 GT Timberline 1.0 frame 29er
    2x10 drive train - Race face crank with bash guard and GXP style bb
    Shimano Shadow RD
    Hayes HFX hydro discs
    Specialized Stout SL 29er
    wheels with Geax Aka 29 X 2.2
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    New upgrades!

    Full SRAM X01 group with Rotor QX1 34T ring
    SRAM X0 brakes
    Some red cables

    working on seatpost, steam and handlebar.

    Weight 11,1 kg


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    Re: Post your GT here!!!


    My new 2014 GT Avalanche comp

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    Just cause... thiniing maybe I should replace the Cervelo with an Edge Ti... mmmmm

    All the gear and no idea.

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    Do it the Edge TI looks amazing.

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    2013 Karakoram 3.0

    Purchased from Nashbar last week. Just got done putting it together tonight. I need to make a few minor adjustments, then I should be good to go. This bike was intended as a mother's day present for my wife, but I decided to take it. She is now going to get mt Giant Talon 2 29er that I purchased last year. It is going to look pretty funny with a cruiser seat on it but that is what she likes. The GT has a bit more standover height so we decided that it was probably better for me. I will post pictures later-I don't have enough posts.

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    Re: Post your GT here!!!



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    New upgrades!

    Full SRAM X01 group with Rotor QX1 34T ring
    SRAM X0 brakes
    Some red cables

    working on seatpost, steam and handlebar.

    Weight 11,1 kg


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    New big update today

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    Quote Originally Posted by energie80 View Post
    New big update today
    Yeah?
    ISO: 22" GT Rebound frame, year 2000 model

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    Had the Karakoram for two weeks and updated as follows: Lizard Skin Peaty lock down grips and Shimano platform pedals. Both have made the bike better. The stock grips were too small for my hands.

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    Here is my GT (2013 karakoram 3.0)
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    Re: Post your GT here!!!

    My GT AVALANCH COMP 2014

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    Post your GT here!!!-wp_20140531_10_59_36_pro.jpg

    As promised:

    Wr compositi full carbon ultra fork pp15 handmade in italy 1270 gr
    Carbon handmade italian rims on dt swiss 240s hubs and sapim laser 1300gr
    Fsa stem, seatpost and handlebar
    Formula 160 disk rotors
    Shimano xtr pedals
    Full carbon handmade saddle 75gr

    Weight 10,2kg
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    ok here's mine

    lots of nice builds here, here's my new 2012 gt sensor 2.0. picked her up for a great deal, stock at the moment looking to upgrade a few small bits here and there like a shorter stem and some wider tires.

    gonna take her on a maidan voyage soon
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    Another update with :
    - Schmolke TLO handlebar @ 101g
    - Uno stem @ 86g
    & summer skinwall tires...

    9,5kg



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    Re: Post your GT here!!!

    Just picked up a Karakoram sport . First ride was today for 24 miles and it it SUCH an improvement over my old bike. Only thing I've changed is a WTB Speed V seat. Taking it on its first trail ride tomorrow.
    Immediate plans include campus pedals, cutting the handle bars down and handgrips.

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    My GT idrive TEAM

    Currently rebuilding with new paint job and replacing all parts. Here is as my GT GTR road bike I sold. I am looking for another road bike in a year from now.
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    GT Zaskar Race 2001 - Season 2014.

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    2013 Karakoram 3.0

    Just put some new tires on my bike: Geax Sagauros. I like them, so now I have two sets. The Sagauros seem to have less rolling resistance than the stock Aspens. I think I am done messing with it for now, but I am looking at swapping out the handlebars and seat post. Wanted to upload a new picture now but site won't let me. Oh well.

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    Re: Post your GT here!!!

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    Offroad trip with my GT avalanche comp 2014 in Iran...

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    08 Peace SS

    Picked up a 26" Peace SS from eBay today. Parts already ordered! Should look better next week...Post your GT here!!!-20140624_151741.jpg
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    1992 Richter 8.0

    Picked up this NOS frame back in December. Finally got another saddle and a down pull FD and got it together.
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    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    Just purchased a 14 Zaskar Elite for $1350.00 with my military discount...

    Here's a stock photo, but I will post a picture of mine when I get it since it has a small frame which does away with the triple triangle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danyhbi View Post

    [IMG]http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/06/22/ydy2yduq.jpg[IMG]


    Offroad trip with my GT avalanche comp 2014 in Iran...

    Sounds like a cool trip!

    I like that bag on your handlebars, how is attached?
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    Wink 2008 GT Peace SS

    Just a little update. Very happy for now. Next post might be in off-road mode!

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    Here is what I built up to get me back into riding. Its a 1994 GT Avalanche AL built up with tubeless rims, disc brakes Kore bars and what not.


    It worked cause I just bought myself a 2014 GT to replace it with yesterday. More pictures of that when it arrives!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medic Zero View Post
    Sounds like a cool trip!

    I like that bag on your handlebars, how is attached?
    Hi...It's very simple, I will take some pix next time & put it here so u can see how 😊

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    2010 Outpost Build

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    I'm building this bike up for my 7 year old (almost 8) son.

    Shiman XT Drivetrain
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    Vuelta Superlite Wheels
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    Post your GT here!!!

    Post your GT here!!!-imageuploadedbytapatalk1405799618.783580.jpg 2013 GT Fury 3.0

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    another one just for the hell of it...
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    What size is the frame you are building for your kid?
    Live fast, Die young, Leave a good looking corpse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bridgestone14 View Post
    What size is the frame you are building for your kid?
    It's an xs outpost.

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    Two of my latest:


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    Post your GT here!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by brettels View Post
    Two of my latest:

    Nice bikes!

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    Is this a Hybrid?

    Is this a Hybrid?


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    Quote Originally Posted by thrill23 View Post
    Is this a Hybrid?
    No. Just a Zaskar with roadie style wheels/tyres and fork. Can't say I'm a fan, but if it suits the owners purpose, then power to them.
    All the gear and no idea.

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    This is very true...


    Quote Originally Posted by mik_git View Post
    No. Just a Zaskar with roadie style wheels/tyres and fork. Can't say I'm a fan, but if it suits the owners purpose, then power to them.

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