Fox Head Tempest Jackets

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Product Description

  • 4-way stretch bonded polyester and mesh venting
  • Under arm venting
  • 2 hand-warmer pockets
  • Rear stow pocket
  • Chest pocket
  • Soft Shell jacket

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Classic GT Tempest; Need Stem Cap

I have a classic GT Tempest a friend of mine gave me a few years ago after he stopped riding. I don't know much about it except that he bought it in high school (so it's probably around 15 years old) and it is in really good shape. It has been sitting in my garage for a few years and I've only rid ... Read More »

GT tempest, cracked head tube :(

I have a 95 GT tempest that I have had since 99. It has been a really great bike over the years. I put it down back in 2003-2004. I started back riding about 2 months ago. Unfortunately though, I noticed I cracked the head tube. It is 7005 aluminum and from what I am being told, even if I get it wel ... Read More »

My new old GT Tempest

Hi, my name is Normen and i'm from germany. I love to build bikes. Now it has cougt a GT :D Frame: GT Tempest Color: marrakesh-brown (BMW) / black Fork: Alu Headset: Chris King Handlebar: GT Rizer Grips: propalm Leather Stem: Kodex Seat: Gyes Leather Rims: VIZ Trial 39 / 46 Tires: S ... Read More »

Need Advice: GT Tempest versus Trek 930 Singletrack

I have the chance to get a new frame for a build up since someone is giving them away and I can only build up one. Both are mid-90's models with the Trek being all steel but no replaceable derailleur hanger. The GT looks practically bomb proof, is aluminum and has the replacable hanger. I won't b ... Read More »

GT Tempest AnaTomica need info

Hi all, I'm new to the forum and I saw you guys got some nices skills and knowledge about bike and GT's ones. I just came back today from my old mate who's owning a part-time bike repair shop as a hobby and have quite a lot of treasures sleeping back in the shed where he daily receive frames a ... Read More »

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