With a 19.5-inch top tube and a price tag that will get you hyped, the Wildman is the perfect choice for the new BMXer. It's small and light enough to throw around on the ramps and dirt jumps, and with wide 2.3-inch tires and 25-9 gearing, this bike is definitely ready to get wild.
Travel back in time and enjoy the early days of freestyle aboard this machine that pays homage to GT's Freestyle roots. The Pro Performer has held onto the touches that made the first Performers so rad. Seatstays continued into a standing platform around the seat tube, drilled-out fork ends and dropouts, chrome as far as the eye can see—these are the stuff of our upbringing. Now, you can have all that with some modern functional touches like integrated headtube, 14mm rear axle, Mid sealed BB and compact, 25-9 drivetrain. Just because you like to give a nod to the past doesn't mean you can't still shred now and into the future.
Paying homage to GT's Freestyle roots and loaded with details, these vintage-inspired bikes are as legendary as their predecessors. The 100% Chromoly frame features reinforcing gussets and a throwback geometry. Double wall alloy rims with GT Superlace high-flange sealed bearing hubs offer a durable wheelset, while the GT Power Series 3-piece cranks add function and style. Travel back in time and enjoy the early days with the GT Pro Performer.
Brian Kachinsky has an all-out, high-speed technical approach to his riding. “Kachinsky” has become a descriptor for some of the craziest city features in the world. And his line of bikes is designed to give you the confidence you need to learn the foundations to one day conquer a Kachinsky and make sure you look good while doing it. They feature a steel frame with DT gusset, durable steel bearings in the headset, bottom bracket, and hubs, and a modern geometry that'll help you tune your style. A GT BK Signature Pivotal saddle adds flair and rounds out the look.
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