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Gt2004Performer! ?Ligh and Fast?

Old 05-17-04, 06:19 PM
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Gt2004Performer! ?Ligh and Fast?

Hey i need to know if this bike is light and can be peddled up hill and down the high way like no other?and can keep up on picking up speed
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Old 05-17-04, 06:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Hellbender
Hey i need to know if this bike is light and can be peddled up hill and down the high way like no other?and can keep up on picking up speed
How fast the bike is depends entirely on you. Its a 20" freestyle bike so I don't know what hills you are going to be down, and its not a bike for the highway...
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Old 05-17-04, 06:55 PM
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Ok but how heavy is this bike and can it pik up speed? and i knwo it not for the highway lol.... but i like riding these kinda of bike down the hgihway
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it's probably somewhere between 28 and 35 pounds.
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i have one. the gt performer weighs in at 35lbs stock, and is a flatland bike, it is pretty easy to pedal up hill once your body gets used to pushing this beast up a hill. the performer's weight is specifically for flatlanders and CAN be used for bmx and dirt jumping, but is not recommended because of its weight. this bike will move if you want it to but the weight will carry it down the hill with very excessive speeds and keep gaining speed until you stop.
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