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Join Date: Mar 2000
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The GT Outpost is an entry level mountain bike. There were two models, one with suspension the other without. Retail was right around $300.00 If it's in good shape and everything works well, you should be able to get around $100 for it.
BUT, if you're going to college, why not use it as your commuter bike? This would be perfect for that. It's not too expensive which deters would-be thieves. It a mt. bike so it can handle some misuse and abuse. It entry level, so you ride in a upright position. It's got eyelets for a rear rack and/or fenders.....It's a great commuter!
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