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    We the people ... 2010 GT Peace Tour

    https://www.gtbicycles.com/usa/eng/B...ATO-Peace-Tour



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    Extras:
    PC full coverage fenders
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    Frame:
    GT Triple Triangle 700c touring design, Reynolds 520 butted tube set, Euro BB shell, standard 1-1/8" head tube, disc brake, rack and fender braze-ons, investment cast dropouts with derailleur hanger
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    Fork:
    GT touring design, 4130 cr-mo tapered blades and 1-1/8" steerer tube, disc mount, investment cast dropouts, rack and fender braze-ons
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    Crankset / Chainwheel:
    FSA Tempo triple, JIS interface, 52/42/30, 7075 alloy outer ring, cr-mo mid. and inner
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    Bottom Bracket:
    FSA cartridge sealed bearing, JIS cr-mo axle
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    Pedals:
    Alloy touring with CP steel toe clips
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    Front Derailleur:
    Shimano non-series
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    Rear Derailleur:
    Shimano Deore, 9-Speed, top normal
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    Shifters:
    MicroShif, bar-end shifters, 9-speed
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    Chain:
    KMC Z9200, 9-speed
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    Rims:
    Jalco, X320 double wall, 700c, 23.5mm width, eyelets, 32 hole
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    Front Hub:
    Alloy, disc type, water resistant seals, alloy QR
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    Rear Hub:
    Alloy, disc type with 9-speed cassette, water resistant seals, alloy QR
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    Cog set:
    Sunrace, 9-Speed, 11-34
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    Spokes:
    Stainless 14 guage
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    Nipples:
    CP Brass
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    Tires:
    Schwalbe Delta Cruiser, 700x35c, puncture protection, reflective sides
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    Front Brake:
    Tektro, Lyra "Road" mechanical disc, 140mm Light-Wave rotor
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    Rear Brake:
    Tektro, Lyra "Road" mechanical disc, 140mm Light-Wave rotor
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    Brake Levers:
    Tektro, RL-340 alloy ergo road
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    Handlebar:
    Alloy compact road design, 31.8mm
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    Stem:
    Alloy, 10 degree rise, 4-bolt 31.8mm clamp
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    Headset:
    TH, standard press-in 1-1/8" alloy cups, cage bearings
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    Grips:
    Suede type padded with 3-M adhesive, custom GT caps
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    Saddle:
    Classic Regal road style, custom GT cover with antique brass like rivots, 7mm CP rails
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    Seat Post:
    Alloy micro adjust, 2-bolt micro adjust head
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    Seat Clamp:
    Braze-on type with bolt



    Anyone ridden one of these? Or seen one for that matter? Kinda reminds me of the Raleigh Soujourn (not as nice components as it though).
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    I had the peace 29er singlespeed (same frame but steel, and a SS MTB build-up). I loved it as a beginner SS MTB. The only thing I coulds say bad about it, (and ultimately the reason I ended up selling it) was that as a small frame rider, on the Peace 9er, I felt like I sat way up on top of the bike, where as other similar sized framed 29ers, I fell more like I am saddled into the bike properly, giving the ride a more confident feel.

    IT was definitely a fun 29er SS starter bike though.... As far as quality of compnenents, workmanship, reliabilityt etc... NO complaints at all.

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    Does this have the same tire clearance as the MTB version of the peace? If so, it may be a nice poor man's Fargo.

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