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GT Compe BMX Bike

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MSRP : $400.00

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GT Compe Amazingly priced, yet still comes with proven GT frame matched with Alex G-303 rims, 4 pegs, and front and rear Tektro 907 brakes.

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Dia Compe 985, 986, or 987's?

So I am putting together a new build, and I have the opportunity to use my choice of Dia Compe brakes. 985, 986, or 987. I prefer the 986’s. I think they are the simplest, easiest to adjust, and most attractive. And most importantly I think they have the best “brake feel”. Just curious if anyon ... Read More »

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I'm building up a cyclocross/ commuter bike and already have the 287V levers on road style drop bars. I want to run disc drakes and to my understanding the mountain version of Avid BB7s would be compatible. I just want to confirm that my information is accurate! Thanks!Read More »

Need Suntour XC Compe pedal body, or pedals for parts

Hey guys anyone have a pair of messed up Suntour XC-Compe pedals? I need the aluminum body for one. But also interested in a complete pair. The XC-Compe pedals are double sided and have a regular pedal size like XC-Pro pedals. These are not the same as Beartrap XC-II pedals. these are the pedals: ... Read More »

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