- GT Pro Series Junior 2013
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GT Pro Series Junior 2013
A race BMX bike built to get you past the finish line first. The 6016 frame tubing is light and will take you over anything you want from the moment you leave the start and take the plunge down the ramp until you cross the finish line at the end.
Top Features of the GT Pro Series Junior 2013
- Standover Height: 21.50"
- Seat Tube Length: 8"
- Head Angle: 73 degrees
- Seat angle: 70 degrees
- Chainstay: 13.5"
- Head Tube Length: 3.5"
- Chassis Tune:
- Easy - Get on it. Don't think twice about it
- Stiff - Drop the hammer without dropping the power. Less flex, less waste
- Strong - Ride on, over or through anything you want. Your bike will survive
- Light - So you can go faster and jump higher
|Number of gears:||1|
|Fork Material:||Aluminium Alloy|
|Wheel Size:||20" (406)|
|Chainset type:||3 Piece|
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About BMX Race Bikes
BMX (Bicycle Motocross) is a form of cycling on specially designed dirt bikes which usually have 20 inch wheels. BMX or Bicycle Motocross orignated from racing bikes over dirt jumps, this is known as BMX racing. Tricks were also developed using these bikes and this evolved into Freestyle BMX. Freestyle BMX includes five distinct disciplines. These are Street, Park, Vert, Dirt, and Flatland. These usually involve highly technical movements of the bike in different ways over varied terrain. BMX Racing has just become an official Olympic event at the Beijing Olympic games held in 2008. This is a long way from when the sport was started by kids in United States in the early 70's, who imitated their motocross heroes on their road bicycles by riding around the motocross circuit.
About the GT brand
GT Bikes, based in Southern California, has been in the business of making great bikes since 1972 when Gary Turner launched one of the first performance BMX race bikes. Developing world class bikes in conjunction with the world’s best BMX rider such as Greg Hill, Eddie Fiola, Clive Gosling and Dave Mirra, GT grew into one of the biggest brands. With a BMX heritage and based in California the MTB scene was the perfect addition in the late 80’s . GT used the same model of developing performance bikes with the best riders, pioneering new suspension technology and the use of carbon fibre in MTB frames. Winning numerous World Championships in downhill and cross country racing with legendary riders such Nicholas Vouilloz, Steve Peat and more recently Atherton Racing, with Dan Gee and Rachel Atherton. Hans “No Way” Ray has been one of the figurehead of GT’s longstanding team rider program, setting the record for longest sponsorship deal of 26 (?) years and counting. It hasn’t always been about dirt, in the mid 90’s GT took there carbon technology and build track bikes for the USA Olympic team, the bike was later banned for being too fast. GT latest crop of Enduroad Grade models play perfect testament to the brands heritage across, dirt, road and track.
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