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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!
    "Barakus GT Biker"From ARG to the WORLD!

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    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 !

    Full build : Forum light-bikes.fr ? Consulter le sujet - GT - Zaskar 100 - 26" - 2014 (10,14kg)
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    looking for 9,4kg, approx 20,7lbs within a few weeks

    Full build : Forum light-bikes.fr ? Consulter le sujet - GT - Zaskar 100 - 26" - 2014 (10,14kg)

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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
    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 awayClick image for larger version. 

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    I haven't gotten to ride much yet, but it feels solid so far, not sure on the year though.
    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.

    "Stop smirking. It's irritating" - Judge Judy

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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 !
    Quote Originally Posted by Cohiba View Post
    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
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