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GT Team
$369.99 - $459.99
Push the limits of your abilities with GT's Team. Inspired by GT's own BMX team riders, Brian Kachinsky, Jason Phelan, and Rob Wise, these classically designed bikes give you the confidence you need to learn the foundations as well as master some of the craziest tricks out there. All three versions of GT's Team have a durable Chromoly Front Triangle frame design, sealed MID bottom bracket and GT's pivotal seat system. Unique graphics, handlebars, grips, and tires on each Team give you the freedom to choose which team YOU want to be on!
Norco Volt
$429.00
Norco's Volt will have you flying in no time. This jumping machine is made from Norco chromoly and steel and features a 20.5-inch top tube and 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks for hitting the big stuff. You also get legit Alex rims wrapped with versatile tires for a good grip on all surfaces. Plus, the handlebar is nice and wide for tons of leverage when pulling tricks and the Tektro brake is there to keep your speed in check.
GT BK Team
$369.99
Brian Kachinsky has an all-out, high-speed technical approach to his riding. GT's BK Team is built for exactly that. Just as "Kachinsky" has become a descriptor for some of the craziest city features in the world, the GT BK Team is designed to give you the confidence you need to learn the foundations to one day conquer a "Kachinsky" and make sure you look good while doing it.
GT Performer 20-inch
$309.99
The GT Performer has been a staple of the BMX world for many years, and has evolved as the needs of BMXers have changed. Today's Performer is equipped to give you the confidence to make every session memorable. The rugged steel frame has removable rotor mounts and an integrated headtube for clean style and versatile reliability. Tubular Chromoly cranks will never let you down, and the sealed bearing hubs promise smooth action under punishing conditions. Throw in a grip of solid BMX parts from GT's deep history in the sport, and you have a bike that lives up to its name, as it has for many years.
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