GT GTR Sport Bike Alloy Road Bike 2020
GT GTR Sport Bike Alloy Road Bike 2020
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2020 GT GTR Sport Bike Road Bike
Frame: GTR Alloy frame, Tapered head tube, Threaded BB, Flat mount disc Forks: GTR Full Carbon fork, 1 1/8 to 1 1/4" tapered, flat mount disc, 12x142 thru axle Wheels: Alex ATD470, 28h front, 32h rear, tubeless-ready with Vittoria Zaffiro tyres.
Drivetrain: Shimano Claris 2x8-speed Brakes: Promax Render R cable actuated mechanical disc, 160/160mm rotors Frame: GTR Alloy frame, Tapered head tube, Threaded BB, Flat mount disc.
Fork: GTR Full Carbon fork, 1 1/8 to 1 1/4" tapered, flat mount disc, 12x142 thru axle Fork Material: Carbon Steerer: Tapered Groupset Manufacturer: Shimano Number of gears: 8 Chainset: FSA Tempo, 50/34.
Chain: KMC HG40, 8-speed.
Cassette: Sunrace, 11-32, 8-speed Wheel Size: 700c (622) Tyres: Vittoria Zaffiro, 700 x 28c Brake Type: Cable Disc Brake Brakes: Promax Render R cable actuated mechanical disc, 160/160mm rotors Handlebars: GT DropTune, alloy Stem: GT Design, 3D forged 6061 Alloy, 4 bolt face plate, 31.8, 7 degrees Seat Post: 6061 Alloy Micro Adjust, 15mm offset, 27.2 x 300mm (44cm), 350mm (48-58cm), 400mm (61cm) Saddle: GT road, steel rails Model Year: 2020 Road: Yes Description With a lightweight and responsive alloy frame, swooping for the finish line and taking on intense climbs is made easy upon this sporty steed. Set with comfortable geometry for day-long runs, it keeps you brilliantly balanced and poised for taking it to the tarmac. Capable, Disc Brake-Equipped Road Bike Kitted out with a speedy and smooth-shifting Shimano Claris 2x8-speed drivetrain, this GTR finds a gear to tackle the most demanding road routes, while the Promax Render R brakes ensure high-level control and composure when bringing you to a stop.
Rolling on a pair of Alex ATD470 rims with Vittoria Zaffiro tyres, a true and trusted motion is always assured as you seek out silverware on this rampant GT roadster.
|GTR Sport Bike Bike Specification|
|Bike Type||Road Bikes|
|Road Bikes Type||8 speed, Disc, Double Chainring|
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One of the world's most iconic bike brands, GT was formed in 1972, taking it's name from the initials of founder Gary Turner. His first product was a custom made BMX frame for his son, and it's durability made it a hit on the SoCal BMX tracks. As a result of this, Gary started producing BMX frames for general sale from 1974 onwards. By 1987, GT moved into the emerging mountain biking discipline, and shortly afterwards started manufacturing it's distinctive triple triangle design hardtails, which are still made to this day. By 1999 GT have developed the i-Drive suspension system, which proved popular amongst off-roaders. Further innovations included the Downhill IT-1 complete with built in gearbox, a world's first. From 2007 production began on 29" wheel MTBs, and the introduction of carbon in the build process. Nowadays GT caters for Road, Cyclocross and MTBs, as well as a range of BMXs in keeping with it's history. Famous riders to have competed on GT bikes include Hans Rey, Steve Peat, Brian Lopes, the Atherton siblings (Gee, Dan & Rachel), Rebecca Twigg and Juli Furtado.
To find out more about GT, you can view their latest bike ranges, or the official company history at their wikipedia page at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GT_Bicycles.