The GT Outpost Mountain Bike is an excellent ride for both beginning and experienced riders alike. While not quite capable of shredding through obstacles such as those found on higher-end models, this lightweight mountain bike makes for excellent fire road and maps terrain riding.
This bicycle features a steel GT/Tange chromoly double-butted frame, Shimano Mountain Mix components, and dual SIS/Optical Gear Display thumb shifters for smooth shifting action. Furthermore, powerful brakes ensure fast stopping.
The GT Outpost Mountain Bike features a durable combination of chromoly and steel frames. Equipped with Shimano Altus and Tourney 18-speed components as well sealed VP-H93 headset and grip shifters with optical gear display capabilities, as well as Weinmann alloy rims topped by 26×1.95 Maxxis tires from Weinmann. Available in multiple colors with an approximate weight of 30 pounds.
GT Bicycles was established in 1972 in Santa Ana, California, and became well known for its BMX bikes shortly after that. GT was an innovator during the freestyle BMX movement of the 1980s by signing freestyle greats Bob Morales and Eddie Fiola to ride its Pro Performer model; its unique bent-down tube became an instantly recognizable design feature that became part of its signature model design.
GT Bicycles first entered professional racing sponsorship during this period. For instance, one such team was the Jelly Belly cycling team, which at one point used Easton aluminum GT frames before switching over to Focus bikes.
Today, GT Bicycles are owned by Pon Holdings, who also own Cannondale, Schwinn, IronHorse, and Mongoose bikes. In addition to BMX bikes, Pon Holdings provides road and mountain bikes from GT. Their bicycles are designed in California before being assembled overseas.
The GT Outpost mountain bike is an excellent option for anyone who’s looking to hit the trails or cruise around town on a sunny day. Its low-rider geometry offers a comfortable, stable ride while its powerful brakes provide plenty of stopping power – perfect for beginners looking for an inexpensive yet reliable mountain bike. Furthermore, its suspension fork makes this model more stable than others on the market.
The GT Outpost mountain bike features an aluminum, Chromoly, and steel frame and comes equipped with Shimano and Mix components such as a Chromoly hi-rise handlebar, sealed threadless headset, and grip shifter from Shimano/Mix. Additionally, its suspension has 75mm of travel.
GT’s Outpost full-suspension mountain bike is one of their most sought-after full-suspension models, featuring a frame made of Chromoly and high tensile steel and an advanced complete suspension design with one 1/8-inch steerer tube, hi-rise Steel Seatpost, Shimano Altus crankset and front/rear disc brakes with 27.5-inch wheels.
Though not as fast as other high-powered enduro bikes, the Outpost remains an efficient climber who doesn’t shy away from steep trails or long climbs. Comparable to other high-pivot bikes when it comes to climbing ability and lively when it comes to descending and zipping around tracks.
Outpost frames stand out from traditional hardtail frames by employing an innovative Triple Triangle design that connects seat stays to both top and down tubes instead of only one, enabling more flexible core remains to add compliance to their ride and provide better compliance.
The Force Carbon Pro mountain bike is an excellent choice for riders seeking an aggressive mountain bike that’s ready to race or tackle extensive trails. Equipped with RockShox suspension front and back, an SRAM Eagle 12pd drivetrain, burly 4-pot brakes with oversized rotors, and an additional dropper post designed for enhanced control, this model stands out.
The GT Outpost mountain bike is an excellent beginner mountain bike. Featuring an easy-to-maneuver lightweight aluminum frame and suspension fork for smooth terrain riding, its disc brakes ensure fast and safe stopping performance, while its wide selection of gears allows it to go anywhere you please.
This 1994 model is an excellent option for exploring local trails. It boasts a chromoly seat tube and steel high-tensile frame, 18-speed Shimano Altus/Tourney components with Dual SIS optical gear display thumb shifters, 26×1.95 Maxxis tires, and double wall Weinmann alloy wheels for maximum versatility.
GT Bicycles is an American manufacturer of BMX and mountain bicycles based in Santa Ana, California, and was established in 1972. GT pioneered BMX racing as they sponsored notable riders like Rebecca Twigg. Today, they form part of Pon Holdings bicycle division, which also markets Cannondale, Schwinn, IronHorse, and Mongoose bikes.
The GT Outpost mountain bike is an outstanding beginner mountain bike that provides ample features at an attractive price point. Perfect for any rider looking to advance their riding abilities and take them further down the trail, its comfortable ride will keep you coming back time after time.
The GT Outpost Mountain Bike is an entry-level mountain bike that’s ideal for newcomers. At about 30 pounds and with full suspension features such as chromoly steel frame construction for smooth riding as well as an aluminum hi-rise GT stem, this model comes in red, blue, or teal colors to suit different preferences – plus includes Shimano components as well as knobby semi-knocked tires to make this ideal for beginner rider!
The bike’s frame is constructed of high-tensile steel. It comes equipped with a steel front fork, carbon rear shock absorber, disc brakes, sealed headset with grip-shift MRX-170 gear shifters for quick gear changes, and has seven speeds on Shimano derailleur with seven teeth shifter for gear shifting – and great brakes that stop quickly and effortlessly!
Promax cable disc brakes on the Outpost Trail excel when it comes to braking performance, with no spongy lever feel found in many entry-level bikes. Furthermore, these brakes work reliably even under load or in wet weather, quickly stopping this 211 kg machine with little effort needed from rider or rider alike.
Another impressive aspect of this GT motorcycle is its ergonomics. Some riders might find their crouched rider position uncomfortable, such as those used to an upright road or racing stance stance.
GT Bicycles is an American company that designs and produces BMX, mountain, and road bicycles. Owned by Pon Holdings – also the parent of Cannondale, Schwinn, and Mongoose brands – its products can be found worldwide, and its business has been active for more than 45 years – initially manufacturing only BMX bikes before expanding into mountain and road models; best known for innovative BMX frames as well as sponsoring professional racers such as Rebecca Twigg and Juli Furtado among many other professional racers!
The GT Outpost mountain bike is an outstanding entry-level option. Although not as light as some competitors, this bike still delivers high-quality riding at an attractive price. Crafted with high-grade chromoly and steel frames and Shimano Altus crankset and derailleur components; Weinmann alloy wheels with 26-inch Maxxis tires; Promax cable disc brakes offer smooth stopping power, making this an excellent beginner bike with plenty of gearing options for maximum gear shifting potential.
GT has earned itself a solid reputation for producing quality bikes, yet may be lesser-known within BMX circles. Although once focused on freestyle riding, the company has since transitioned into dominance in the mountain bike market. Their mountain team competes in downhill, four-cross trials, and freeride competitions. Riders like Dan Conway, Albert Mercado, and Tate Roskelley ride for them regularly as sponsors at events like X Games.
This model features a Chromoly GT/Tange frame in red, sand, or teal and weighs around 30 pounds. It comes equipped with fork suspension capable of 75mm travel as well as Mountain Mix and Shimano components such as a sealed Victor VP-H93 headset and grip shift MRX-200 thumb shifters – an eye-catcher in any setting!
GT BMX boasts an illustrious legacy and is easily recognized by its iconic bent-down tube design. Over its history, its teams have included professional riders such as X-Games champion Dave Mirra and Jay Miron as well as pioneers Eddie Fiola and Brian Scura – not to mention sponsoring Jelly Belly’s professional cycling team who rode Easton aluminum GT frames!