The new 2020 bikes from GT are here
A retro beast, a fan favorite, and a super-fast race BMX - GT bikes have once again outdone themselves with their 2020 range of completes. Check out three of the new amazing bikes right here.
For more than 46 years, GT Bikes has delivered first-class BMX bikes and parts. The brand is responsible for developing BMX for what it is today. With their 2020 complete models, this SoCal company shows that they still belong at the top of the industry.
You can't beat a classic!
The Performer 18" is the perfect choice for the newcomer, who's looking for a bike to learn every BMX trick in the book.
The geometry of the bike makes it perfect for all disciplines, and the durable hi-ten frame makes it able to withstand the crashes that come with mastering freestyle BMX.
The size of the bike makes it perfect for the 9-11 years old youngsters who want a real BMX bike.
Back to the beginning
It has a retro look and is packed with high-end parts. It's the GT Pro Performer Heritage 20", a tribute to GT's freestyle roots back in 86'.
The bike has a Chromoly frame with an old-school down tube. To top the retro vibe, GT has added a vintage Chromoly fork. This setup gives you a light and robust ride.
With the durable double-walled rims equipped with grippy and fat tires, you have the best possible grip and control when you are riding in the skatepark.
The gyro brake allows you to do barspins without the brake cables getting tangled up.
Be the fastest rider on the track
Beating your opponents on the racetrack will become a lot easier with the GT Speed Series Pro XL 20". Every single part on this bike is chosen very carefully to make it as light and durable as possible.
The butted alloy frame is light and at the same time, very stiff. This makes the bike stable in the air. Furthermore, you get superb power transfer so that you can be the first one out of the gate.
The directional tread pattern on the Kenda 'Kompact' tires gives optimal grip on hard-packed and loose topsoil surfaces. The air-passing 'Aero' rims are double-walled - so, race over the rollers and jumps without having to worry if they break.