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GT Zaskar Expert Womens

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MSRP : $2000.00

Product Description

  • Seat Post: Ritchey 31.6mm 3 D forged
  • Stem: Ritchey 6061 cold forged stem
  • Handlebar: Ritchey Pro butted 2014 alum
  • Nipples: Mavic brass self locking
  • Spokes: Mavic, straight pull bladed spokes

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GT Zaskar Expert - Sizing

Hi, Looking to buy my 1st bike in over a decade! Considering a 2012 GT Zaskar Expert Carbon. Unfortunately, I have no way of trying one as it is being offered online. I am around 5'10/5'11 with a 32inch inseam, wondering if there is anyone with a GT Zaskar that can give me some advice on whether ... Read More »

Is the GT Zaskar Carbon 9r Expert worth it?

My search for a lightweight 29er bike with a 2x10 drivetrain and decent components has led to the GT Zaskar Carbon 9r Expert that is priced at $1,664. The weight without pedals is less than 24 lbs. The Zaskar features a SRAM drive train (x7 front & x9 rear), Reba RL fork, DT Swiss wheels, and Fo ... Read More »

2012 GT Zaskar Carbon Expert 26"

Nashbar has them on sale right now for $1,399 sounds like an excellent deal and I am tempted to pull the trigger on one....I have never owned a GT before....Currently own a Specialized EVO 29er hardtail and a Giant Trance X2.....this would be a ride to fill the gap and use as a spare or loaner bike ... Read More »

Scott Spark 29 Expert vs GT Zaskar 100 9r Pro

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Any GT Zaskar Expert Owners? Frame Size?

Looking for some advise. I recently purchased a GT Zaskar Expert in size large. I'm 5' 11 and wear size 32" long pants. The medium seemed a little tight so I went with the large. Now that I have some riding time in, I now feel it's a bit big. Thanks to some advise, from this board, I ordered a 7 ... Read More »





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