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2009 GT Bump Bike

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2009 GT Bump Bike Bump

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“Fuuuuuuck wat was i thinkin”

The Good: nothin comes good with a gt

The Bad: All of it (fuuuck)

Overall Review: Fuuuck i have no idea bout bikes, said i want a bike by this thinkin its gooooood!!!?? duh $600 for this!! stupid bike shop thought they would put gards, reflecters and a extra break on it god dam slowy fixing & now it gunna cost even more!! hasnt broken on me yet so i guess that isnt that bad

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“2008 gt bump”

The Good: good bike to start off with

The Bad: the parts arent very good, its a GT

Overall Review: i got this bike when i didnt know what a good bike was, before you get a bike do some research

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“gt bump 2009”

The Good: feels smooth to ride and jump on, a nice strong frame.

The Bad: not a good trick bike, a bit heavy and comes with tiny bars.

Overall Review: people think this is a crappy bike, but when they ride it they love it. if you put bigger bars on it its an awesome bike.

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“"untitled"”

The Good: the stem, the wide tires and sealed front hub.

The Bad: It's heavy, no integrated head set, If your heavy it only has 32 spokes in the front, the gear ratio if you ride street or park.

Overall Review: For less money you could get the DK helio. It has 25 9 gear ratio an integrated head set, full cromo frame, fork, and bars. 36 spoke wheels front and back.

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“"Untitled"”

The Good: cheap bike with decent frame sweet begginers bike badass stem.

The Bad: the rims are shitt weak the forks bent pretty easy and the bars are tiny and the cranks screach like a bitch.

Overall Review: Great bike if your starting to ride but just aint worth spending all the cash on fixing it, better off getting a fit trl1 for around the same price.

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Specifications

Model Year 2009
Frame 09 GT dirt/street design, Mid size BB shell, cr-mo down tube
    Materials
    Top Tube Length
    Chainstay Length
    Head Tube Angle
    Seat Tube Angle
    Standover Height
    BB Height
    Brakemounts
    Dropouts
Fork '08 GT dirt/street design, full cr-mo, small dropouts,1-1/8" x 25.4mm steerer, 1-1/4" O.D. blades
Handlebar '07 GT dirt/street dual radius bend, Cr-mo, 7" rise
Stem GT FS design, cold forged aluminum, machined GT logo
Grips GT Wing shroom design
Bar Ends
Headset Tange Seiki FATTY 22, extra deep cup engagement, 1-1/8" threadless
Cranks GT Tubular Cr-Mo 3pc., thread-in chianwheel pin, 8 spline, single bolt clamping, 175mm / '07 design 33T steel GT design
Sprocket
Bottom Bracket Mid size ball type with 8 spline Cr-Mo axle
Pedals '05 GT Dirt/Street platform design, aluminum body, cr-mo alxe
Chain KMC Z510
Driver/Freewheel 12T cassette
Front Rim Alienation PBR, aluminum, 32 hole front, 36 hole rear, 31mm width
Rear Rim
Front Hub Front - ''05 GT branded, aluminum body, sealed Mech. bearings, 3/8" Cr-Mo axle, 32 hole, Rear - GT branded cassette hub, sealed Mech. bearins, 14mm Cr-Mo axle, 36 hole, 12T cog
Rear Hub
Front Tire Front: Kenda K-Rad 2.125" Rear: Kenda Konxsion 2.1"
Rear Tire
Spokes 14G, black
Seat '09 GT Slim mini street design, 8mm rails
Seatpost Aluminum double bolt micro adjust
Seatpost Clamp '08 GT CNC mini design
Brakes Tektro, 907-A, coil spring, melt forged aluminum U-brake
Brake Levers Tektro, 274A, aluminum
Detangler
Cable
Pegs
Colors Semi Gloss Purple, Lemon
Weight
Miscellaneous
Price N/A
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