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Old 08-18-07, 03:17 PM   #1
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anyone know anything about this GT???

I recently aquired this FS Gt MTB from my girlfriend's father. He doesn't ride anymore and he knows how much i love bmx or cycling in general. I used to ride mtb five years ago and have been wanting to get back in. So i have cleaned it up and what not but im wanting to know more about it, like what the setup is commonly used for and the model information, because while i ride the bike i feel like all my weight is on the front. Back when i had the schwinn mesa le, its riding characteristics were totaly different.
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Old 08-19-07, 04:51 AM   #2
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Thats the weirdest rear triangle ive ever seen.
I can see how you would get that feeling though. On that note, pretty much every bike has different riding characterisitcs.

Cant help you identify it sorry.

Edit: LOOK!! His barends are sticking straight up!!
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