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    GT Grade Carbon 105 Gravel Bike - 2017. Ready for some serious off or on road handling without skipping a beat in acceleration? Never before has a high-tech road bike been so capable on low-tech roads. The Grade is ready for everything, from freshly-paved switchbacks along mountain roads to the gravel roads you ride; and everything in between. The Grade knows no bounds. The Grade is designed to be a road bike, adventure bike, and gravel bike wrapped up into one versatile package. After two days riding it in the Wasatch Mountains, I think GT nailed it. - Ron Koch, Bicycling Magazine. The secret of the Grade's success lies in the unique frame design. GT took their famed triple triangle design and updated it for all-day adventures on rough roads. The main frame is made from GT's Enduroad carbon fiber for a stiff, lightweight ride that's as fast as it is comfortable. The seatstays, however, are actually made of a revolutionary fiber glass composite that helps smooth out the ride and improve vibration dampening for a more comfortable ride on even the harshest roads. And don't worry about how skinny they look--they might look a little delicate, but they're anything but. The full carbon fiber features 15mm thru-axle dropouts for improved stiffness and better compatibility with the included disc brakes. The GT Grade Carbon 105 road bike features slick and stylish high-performance components. Shimano hydraulic brakes and a Shimano 105 11-speed mid-compact drivetrain deliver flawless results. Stan's No Tubes Radler disc wheels with Clement Strada Ush 32C tires supply plenty of grip, even in tight singletrack conditions. A GT DropTune Super Light double-butted handlebar and 3D Forged Alloy SL stem place your body in the perfect position, and a Fizik Monte MG saddle supplies all-day comfort.
    $2,499.99  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade Carbon Ultegra Road Bike - 2017. Do you need the speed and agility of a road bike, but prefer fire roads and more challenging terrain? Never before has a high-tech road bike been so capable on low-tech roads. The Grade is ready for everything, from freshly-paved switchbacks along mountain roads to the gravel roads you ride; and everything in between. The Grade knows no bounds. The Grade is designed to be a road bike, adventure bike, and gravel bike wrapped up into one versatile package. After two days riding it in the Wasatch Mountains, I think GT nailed it. - Ron Koch, Bicycling Magazine. The secret of the Grade's success lies in the unique frame design. GT took their famed triple triangle design and updated it for all-day adventures on rough roads. The main frame is made from GT's Enduroad carbon fiber for a stiff, lightweight ride that's as fast as it is comfortable. The seatstays, however, are actually made of a revolutionary fiber glass composite that helps smooth out the ride and improve vibration dampening for a more comfortable ride on even the harshest roads. And don't worry about how skinny they look--they might look a little delicate, but they're anything but. The full carbon fiber features 15mm thru-axle dropouts for improved stiffness and better compatibility with the included disc brakes. The GT Grade Ultegra road bike is armed to the teeth with outstanding componentry. Shifting and braking are handled by Shimano's RS685 11-speed hydraulic levers, which not only deliver flawless Ultegra-level 11-speed shifting, but powerful, dependable braking as well. In addition to this technology breakthrough, you also get the best front shifting in the business, thanks to the new front derailleur with improved lever arm, and redesigned rear derailleur for crisp, accurate shifting in any gearing combination. Braking is handled by Shimano R785 hydraulic road disc brakes with 160mm Ice Tech center lock rotors.
    $3,499.99  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade FB Comp Flat Bar Gravel Bike - 2016. Discover big fun at a great value with the GT Grade FB Comp flat bar road bike. Designed around GT's More Tread Room tire clearance concept, which marries the fast and nimble feel of a road bike to the versatile capabilities of a cyclocross or hard tail mountain bike, where you go on your next ride is limited only by your imagination. The secret to the Grade is the frame. Utilizing an updated version of GT's famed triple triangle design, the Grade frame is optimized for on- and off-road adventure. The frame is made with double butted, hydroformed alloy for a lightweight, durable bike. The tapered headtube helps stiffen up the front end, and the standard threaded bottom bracket makes servicing easy. The carbon fiber fork features an aluminum steerer for durability, and has mounts for disc brakes. But of course a great bike is more than just a frame--it's the component choices as well. The Grade GB Comp FB features a Shimano Acera groupset, with a Claris front derailleur and 8-speed long cage rear derailleur for excellent, dependable shifting performance. An wide-range, 8-speed 12-32 cassette in the rear, coupled with a triple crankset up front gives you 27 gearing combinations to pick from. Tektro mechanical disc brakes provide plenty of stopping power in any terrain, or any weather conditions, while Kena Kwest 700x28mm tires provide a huge contact patch with plenty of comfort. The more upright, flat bar style of cockpit puts everything in easy reach, and provides a more comfortable and stable feel for the average rider.
    $500.00  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade Alloy X Gravel Bike - 2016 SRAM Rival Hydraulic. Take the road less traveled, and discover new adventures on the all-new 2015 GT Grade Alloy X gravel bike. The GT Grade is one of the most exciting and interesting bikes to come out in the last year. While everyone is making a gravel/adventure bike, GT found a way to make something that stands above the rest. The secret to the Grade is the frame. Utilizing an updated version of GT's famed triple triangle design, the Grade frame is optimized for on- and off-road adventure. The frame is made with double butted, hydroformed alloy for a lightweight, durable bike. The tapered headtube helps stiffen up the front end, and the standard threaded bottom bracket makes servicing easy. The full carbon fiber fork is super light, features a 15mm through axle for improved rigidity, and has mounts for disc brakes. And of course having an awesome frame like this is nothing if it's not spec'ed with great components. Or in this case, the best components available. Shifting and braking are handled by SRAM's Rival1 11-speed hydraulic levers, which not only deliver flawless 11-speed shifting, but powerful, dependable braking as well. The 1x11 system not only simplifies the drivetrain, but also cuts down on weight and mechanical complexity, making it perfect for all-surface riding. Braking is handled by SRAM Rival1 hydraulic road disc brakes with 160mm Ice Tech center lock rotors. Rounding out this package is a set of durable alloy wheels laced to Formula 6 hubs with a 15mm thru-axle front hub and 135mm rear. You'll be perched on a Fizik Aliante saddle for comfort, and get durable and lightweight alloy parts from GT. Get your adventure today.
    $1,299.00  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade Alloy 105 GTw Women's Road Bike - 2016. It's not easy to do something new with a bike. It takes a brand that's willing to put in the time with engineers and designers to improve the ride quality of a bike. It's not enough to create a bike that looks different, like the GT Grade GTw women's bike, it needs to ride different as well. Over the last few years, there has been a definite shift in the road community away from the traditional race mindset. Understanding that the non-conformist of the road needs a high-performance ride, GT created EnduRoad bikes (traditional high performance road bikes that keep you comfortable for longer periods of time) . They're the perfect choice for anyone who wants to go on all-day adventures, race a Gran Fondo, or explore those hidden side roads just outside of town. They're loaded with features that matter to the kind of rider who rebels against what road riding should be and wants a bike that knows no bounds. The Grade GTw women's road bike makes long days in the saddle feel easy by providing a longer wheelbase, slightly slacker head angle and taller head tube to allow the rider to remain stable and comfortable even on the most grueling of rides. Additionally, a low bottom bracket adds stability and extra tire clearance is available for knobbier rubber. The Grade Alloy GTw has a smooth-welded aluminum frame and a carbon fork with an aluminum steerer. A GT DropTune Super Light double-butted handlebar features a unique and comfort satisfying 16-degree flair. A set of Alex disc-specific wheels are outfitted with 28c wide Continental Ultra Sport II tires for better traction and comfort. The Grade brakes by way a pair of TRP Hyrd hydraulic disc brakes, which offer superior stopping power. Finally, the Grade Alloy GTw is equipped with an 11-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain featuring an FSA Omega Mega EXO compact crank. A forgiving 11/32-tooth Shimano cassette allows you to spin on gravel or up steep grades with confidence and control.
    $999.00  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade Carbon Tiagra Gravel Bike - 2017. The GT Grade Tiagra gravel bike can handle a little bit of everything you throw at it. Never before has a high-tech road bike been so capable on low-tech roads. The Grade is ready for everything, from freshly-paved switchbacks along mountain roads to the gravel roads you ride; and everything in between. The Grade knows no bounds. The Grade is designed to be a road bike, adventure bike, and gravel bike wrapped up into one versatile package. After two days riding it in the Wasatch Mountains, I think GT nailed it. - Ron Koch, Bicycling Magazine. The secret of the Grade's success lies in the unique frame design. GT took their famed triple triangle design and updated it for all-day adventures on rough roads. The main frame is made from GT's Enduroad carbon fiber for a stiff, lightweight ride that's as fast as it is comfortable. The seatstays, however, are actually made of a revolutionary fiber glass composite that helps smooth out the ride and improve vibration dampening for a more comfortable ride on even the harshest roads. And don't worry about how skinny they look--they might look a little delicate, but they're anything but. The full carbon fiber features 15mm thru-axle dropouts for improved stiffness and better compatibility with the included disc brakes. The GT Grade Carbon Tiagra road bike features dependable and comfortable components. TRP hydraulic brakes and a Shimano Tiagra 10-speed drivetrain with an FSA Vero compact crank deliver miles of high performance with easy maintenance. Stan's No Tubes Radler disc wheels with Clement Strada Ush 32C tires supply plenty of grip, even in tight singletrack conditions. A GT DropTune Super Light double-butted handlebar and 3D Forged Alloy SL stem place your body in the perfect position, and a GT Grade saddle supplies all-day comfort.
    $1,999.99  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade Carbon SRAM Force Gravel Road Bike -- 2017 Performance Exclusive. The Grade knows no bounds. Never before has a high-tech road bike been so capable on low-tech roads. The Grade is ready for everything, from freshly-paved switchbacks along mountain roads to the gravel roads you ride; and everything in between. A carbon frame and fork, SRAM Force 22 drivetrain components and brakes, and Stan's NoTubes Radler wheels make this edition of the Grade something special. The secret of the Grade's success lies in the unique frame design. GT took their famed triple triangle design and updated it for all-day adventures on rough roads. The main frame is made from GT's Enduroad carbon fiber for a stiff, lightweight ride that's as fast as it is comfortable. The seatstays, however, are actually made of a revolutionary fiber glass composite that helps smooth out the ride and improve vibration dampening for a more comfortable ride on even the harshest roads. And don't worry about how skinny they look--they might look a little delicate, but they're anything but. The full carbon fiber features 15mm thru-axle dropouts for improved stiffness and better compatibility with the included disc brakes. The GT Grade Force gravel bike is armed to the teeth with outstanding componentry. Shifting and braking are handled by Sram Force 22's 11-speed hydraulic levers, which not only deliver flawless 11-speed shifting, but powerful, dependable braking as well. Braking is handled by hydraulic road disc brakes with 160mm Centerline rotors. Stan's NoTubes Radler wheels with Clement Strada USH tires deliver comfort and performance.
    $1,999.99  from Performance Bicycle
  • Gt Bicycles
    $ (' (id=prSize selector) ') .find ('div:first-child') .append (' View Geometry Chart ') ; $ (function () ( $ ('.size-chart') .fancybox ( ( type: 'ajax', width: 550, height: 400, helpers: ( overlay: ( locked: false ) ) ) ) ; ) ) ; A bike that's ready for the adventure? We're game. We live for that feeling that we're out on the road. For some it's the thrill of speeding down flat roads, the challenge of a gran fondo and maybe even the commute into work whatever it is, nothing beats those experiences on two wheels. Today, GT maintains and creates new and exciting technologies that improve riding in all aspects. Cue the Grade Alloy X Bike. GT gets straight to the point with this build. They started with constructing the Grade Alloy frame with aluminum (obviously) and smooth welds with a hydroformed top tube and down tube. The frame is paired with a carbon frame and carbon steerer to dampen road vibrations. What really makes the Grade Alloy X shine are the mechanical disc brakes. You might be thinking, why should disc brakes be the highlight of a bike? For one, disc brakes perform smoothly and powerfully in all types of conditions. This is perfect for an all-rounder bike that the Grade Alloy X bike is. GT pairs this with the SRAM Rival groupset that a true workhorse and completely reliable. With 11 speeds, you will churn away with the FSA Omega Exo mid-compact crankset delivering power to the bulletproof Jalco CR435 wheels wrapped in wide 33mm Clement rubber. GT double butted alloy frame with smooth welds and Triple Triangle (TM) , hydroformed TT/DT, tapered 1"" 1/8- 1"" 1/4 head tube GT carbon fork with tapered 1"" 1/8-1 1/4 threadless carbon steerer, disc specific, 15mm thru-axle FSA Omega Mega EXO semi-compact Crankset SRAM Rival hydraulic disc brakes (F&R) , 160mm center line rotors Jalco CR435 disc specific road rims 22mm tall profile w/ Formula Ultralight hubs SPECIFICATIONS Frame Grade alloy frame with smooth welds, hydroformed (TT,DT) , Tapered 1 1/8""-1 1/4"" headtube, standard BB Fork GT Carbon with tapered 1 1/8-1 1/4 threadless Carbon steerer, disc specific, 15mm thru axle Headset Integrated TH sealed bearing Shifters Sram Rival, 11spd Front Derailleur - Rear Derailleur Sram Rival, 11spd Crankset SRAM S350-1, 40T Bottom Bracket Sram GXP Pedals - Chain KMC X11 Cassette Sram PG-1170 11spd 11-28 Brakes Sram Rival, w/ Centerline 160mm rotors Wheelset Jalco CR435 disc specific road 22mm tall profile rims, with 24H Formula 6 bolt disc sealed hub (front) and 28H Formula 6 bolt disc sealed hub (rear) Tires CLEMENT 10039 700 x 33 60tpi, Folding Handlebar New GT DropTune Super Light double butted 6061 alloy bar with 16degree flair Stem GT Design 3D forged 6061, 4 bolt face plate Bar Tape Velo Cork Seatpost One bolt aluminun Seatclamp New Alloy blk ano Saddle Fizik ALIANTE R7 Mg Intended Use Race, Sport, Gravel, Cyclocross Weight 19.9 lbs (55cm) Note: Components are subject to change without notice. GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Small (53cm) Medium (55cm) Large (56cm) Extra Large (58cm) A: Seat Tube Length 53521.1 55021.7 56022.0 60523.8 B: Effective Top Tube 53521.1 55021.7 56522.2 58022.8 C: Stack 55721.9 57822.8 60123.7 62724.7 D: Reach 37014.6 37314.7 38115.0 38215.0 E: BB Height 28011.0 28011.0 28011.0 28011.0 F: BB Drop 00.0 00.0 00.0 00.0 G: Head Tube Length 1425.6 1626.4 1827.2 2078.1 H: Head Tube Angle 70.0Adeg 70.5Adeg 71.5Adeg 72.0Adeg I: Seat Tube Angle 73.5Adeg 73.0Adeg 73.0Adeg 72.5Adeg J: Standover Height 77230.4 78630.9 80031.5 82932.6 K: Chainstay Length 43016.9 43016.9 43016.9 43016.9 L: Wheelbase 101940.1 102540.4 103140.6 103540.7 0.0 00.0 00.0 00.0
    $1,499.99  from Jenson USA
  • Gt Bicycles
    Tektro HY/RD Hydraulic Calipers SPECIFICATIONS Frame GT EnduRoad carbon frame and fork, disc specific triple triangle with Tapered head tube, full carbon fork, PFBB30 bottom bracket, removable fender bridge Fork GT Carbon with tapered 1 1/8 to 1 1/4 threadless Carbon steerer, disc specific, 15mm thru axle Headset Integrated TH sealed bearing Shifters Shimano Tiagra 10-speed Front Derailleur Shimano Tiagra Rear Derailleur Shimano Tiagra Crankset Shimano 105 52/36 with Praxis Works PF30 BB adapter Bottom Bracket Praxis Works PF30 BB adapter Pedals Chain KMC X11 Cassette Shimano 105 11-speed 11-32 Brakes Shimano R785 hydraulic w/ cooling fins, 160mm IceTech centerlock rotors Wheelset Stan's NoTubes Radler Disc specific Road 28h Tires Clement Strada USH 700x32C Handlebar New GT DropTune Super Light double butted 6061 alloy bar with 16 degree flair Stem New design 3D forged alloy SL Bar Tape TBA Seatpost Carbon Shaft 27.2, 20mm set back Seatclamp New Alloy blk ano Saddle Fizik Monte MG Intended Use Cyclocross, Gravel, Touring, Adventure Weight kg / lbs GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Small (53cm) Medium (55cm) Large (56cm) Extra Large (58cm) A: Seat Tube Length 535 21.7 560 23.8 B: Effective Top Tube 535 21.7 565 22.8 C: Stack 557 22.8 601 24.7 D: Reach 370 14.7 381 15.0 E: BB Height 280 11.0 280 11.0 F: BB Drop 0 0.0 0 0.0 G: Head Tube Length 142 6.4 182 8.1 H: Head Tube Angle 70.0 deg 70.5 deg 71.5 deg 72.0 deg I: Seat Tube Angle 73.5 deg 73.0 deg 73.0 deg 72.5 deg J: Standover Height 772 30.9 800 32.6 K: Chainstay Length 430 16.9 430 16.9 L: Wheelbase 1019 40.4 1031 40.7 0.0 0 0.0 0
    $2,130.00  from Jenson USA
  • GT
    In case you haven't realized, road bikes have gotten a lot tougher in recent years. While you probably still don't want to try to duck onto an entirely unpaved descent with your twitchy carbon race frame, manufacturers have started investing in a class of bikes that bridge the gap between slammed road bikes and race-ready 'cross frames. If you're interested in exploring that enticing gap, invest in the GT Grade Carbon Ultegra Complete Road Bike to get a dose of gravel, 'cross, and road capabilities, along with a build kit that will inspire unabashed envy from the most cynical self-sponsored cyclists.GT uses fiberglass-reinforced carbon to shape the Grade Carbon's endurance frame, strategically shaping the featherweight tubing to disperse road vibrations through the frame to limit aching and fatigue during long rides. A widened down tube and reinforced seat stays lend the frame lateral rigidity and responsiveness when you throw watts into the pedals to climb along shady, weather-beaten backroads, while the longer, slimmer fork blades help the fork manage bumps, ruts, and other off-road features without throwing you around. A wider down tube and head tube positioned at a more relaxed angle than traditional road frames both contribute to improved stability, with the head tube orienting you in a more upright position that doesn't present as much of a strain on your back and shoulders during long days in the saddle. Beefy 28mm Continental tires anchor the Grade Carbon and provide a plush, compliant ride whether you're pedaling your standard road loop or ducking off to explore new bike paths and chip-sealed roads that no longer guarantee flat tires. As for the build kit, an elegant Shimano Ultegra drivetrain keeps your shifts smooth and snappy, and your 28mm tires come wrapped around Stan's NoTubes Grail rims spinning seductively on DT Swiss 240 hubs. When you do need to slow down, Ultegra-level Shimano hydraulic disc brakes stop reliably, regardless of whether you'r...
    $2,799.99  from Backcountry
  • GT
    A road bike with race geometry is great, if you're consistently racing. But on the days when you just want to head out on a long relaxing ride, with no set pace or destination in mind, the geometry of a race bike can leave your muscles feeling far from relaxed. GT created its Grade Alloy X Rival Complete Road Bike to make your next long ride or Fondo comfortable, as well as for days when you might want to explore surfaces other than the paved roads.Starting with a lightweight, durable aluminum frame, GT adds a carbon fork to the Alloy X to dampen vibrations on long rides, with a tapered head tube for predictable steering. The rear triangle of the Alloy X uses GT's hallmark Triple Triangle design, which features a smaller rear triangle with reinforced seatstays for added stiffness and responsiveness. This design further helps divert road vibrations throughout the frame rather than allowing them to travel straight up through the seat tube. GT builds the Alloy X with SRAM's 11-speed Rival groupset, which is touted for being functional and reliable across a variety of road disciplines. It offers similar features to its higher-end siblings, while remaining cost effective and efficient. Expecting you to take this bike off-road, whether on smooth singletrack, gravel, or just rough tarmac, GT includes SRAM Rival hydraulic disc brakes and levers, with 160mm rotors to give you consistent stopping power on a variety of terrain, and it lowered the bottom bracket height to provide the Alloy X with increased stability. While the bike comes with a set of Clement's off-road tires, the frame has extra tire clearance for the times when you may need something even tougher.
    $1,418.99  from Backcountry
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    Spending years hunched over a road bike, pedaling exclusively on smooth shoulders and predictable tarmac, isn't a bad way to ride, but broadening your horizons has become easier than ever with the advent of gravel frames and endurance geometry. GT took features from willowy road frames and blended them with its proven expertise in the mountain discipline to create the Grade Carbon 105 Complete Road Bike, designed to excel on gravel and rough roads while retaining the spirit of a road bike. Grab it now to explore the side roads and bike paths you've been missing out on with your twitchy race frame, while enjoying the consistency of a Shimano 105 drivetrain. Glass-reinforced carbon comprises the Grade Carbon's frame and fork, giving it the ability to dampen road vibrations while remaining lightweight and responsive. GT also shaped the frame to follow endurance geometry, orienting you in a more upright position in the saddle than traditional racing frames for less back and shoulder strain during long days or fondos. Comfort doesn't come at the expense of handling, however, with the Grade Carbon still employing a snappy rear triangle to keep it accelerating quickly when you need it to. The theme of responsiveness extends to the drivetrain and brakes as well, with a rarely-seen full Shimano 105 drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes that will stop dependably on the days you end up on rain-slicked roads or muddy bike paths. Plus, you'll be able to roll confidently off-road with Stan's NoTube's Grail Disc hoops paired with capable 28mm Continental Grand Sport Race tires with the added reassurance of tubeless traction and grip.
    $1,999.99  from Backcountry
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    Whether you've been commuting for years or are just starting to consider it, it's undeniably important to have a bike that's comfortable and prepared to handle the unexpected as you get where you're going. According to GT, demand from customers was a key reason the brand decided to introduce a more relaxed flat bar version of its popular, all-surface Grade bikes. Offering more versatility than a traditional road frame, the Grade FB Expert Complete Bike was engineered with the geometry of a road bike and the adaptability of GT's gravel grinders so you can take it almost anywhere. GT begins with hydroformed aluminum, constructing the frame of the Grade Expert out of the lightweight, responsive material to create a bike that can be carried up a few flights of stairs or hung upside-down relatively easily. Rough city streets can be a strain on your hands and shoulders, so GT includes its Grade Carbon fork to help absorb road vibrations. The overall geometry of the frame is relaxed enough for comfort, but not so relaxed that the Grade Expert is only for cruising -- use it to commute, hit gravel detours, or get a quick spin in on the bike path after work. You have enough to worry about while you're riding to work without adding your drivetrain to the list, so GT uses Shimano Sora and Claris components on the Grade Expert to give you peace of mind so that you can enjoy the fact that you're outside spinning rather than stuck in traffic behind the wheel. Created by Shimano with commuting in mind, Sora's trigger shifters offer 9-speed dependability, and the triple crankset ensures that you're prepared for whatever terrain you encounter on your daily rides. Rain or shine, Shimano's hydraulic disc brakes and levers will give you the control you need to stop quickly in traffic and safely navigate busy streets. With 160mm rotors and 28mm Kenda tires, you can also take the Grade Expert onto gravel trails or bike paths without sacrificing any control.
    $729.99  from Backcountry
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    If your ride of choice includes all manner of pavement, gravel, and smooth fire roads winding lonesomely through the hills, then the 2016 GT Grade Carbon Frameset might be just the bike you're looking form. Keeping in line with its long-time passion for taking the path less traveled, GT created the Grade to comfortably handle all manner of road surface with its Triple Triangle Design and vibration-dampening prowess. GT introduced its iconic Triple Triangle design over two decades ago and has yet to see a need to replace it. Its simple, efficient design is constructed using GT's Dual Fiber Dynamic tech -- carbon with integrated glass fibers for increased responsiveness. The sharper seat stay angle disperses road noise and bumps through the frame. It also allows GT space to reinforce the slim, flattened seat stays, which are constructed out of fiberglass cores wrapped in carbon to give them the right mix of vertical compliance and lateral stiffness. The wide down tube offers more rigidity and better energy transfer, while the slack head tube angle adds steering stability across gravel and comfort during all-day endurance road rides.GT fashions the Grade's full carbon fork with longer, narrower blades than a traditional road bike, creating extra clearance for the front tire and better compliance over bumps. You'll remain stable on fast descents with the tapered head tube and retain efficient power transfer as you pedal out of the saddle over dirt, gravel, or tarmac.
    $1,999.00  from Backcountry
  • GT
    Investing in a bike that you can use for multiple activities is no easy task -- after all, there's not yet a bike in existence that can do everything. However, if you're looking for something you can use to commute a few mornings per week then take out to the bike path or your favorite neighborhood loop for a weekend workout, the Grade FB Elite Complete Bike may fit the bill. GT's Grade line was developed to function well in a variety of riding situations, enabling you to get out on your bike as much as possible. Offering more versatility than a traditional road frame, the Grade Flat Bar Elite was designed with the geometry of a road bike and the adaptability of the off-road options GT is known for, so you can take it almost anywhere. Constructed with a lightweight hydroformed aluminum frame, the Elite uses GT's signature Triple Triangle design, GT's smaller take on the traditional rear triangle that's credited with making its bikes feel snappy and responsive as you accelerate out of intersections or up hills. Rough city streets can be a strain on your hands and shoulders, so GT includes its Grade Carbon fork to help absorb road vibrations and create a smoother ride for you. The moderately relaxed geometry also allows for comfort and keeping an eye on road obstacles without making the bike feel as though it's only suited for cruising. Whether you're using the Elite to get to work or taking it out to explore new routes, you'll want a drivetrain you can rely on, so GT includes Shimano's accurate, low-maintenance Claris components throughout the bike's build. You'll enjoy an eight-speed triple crank to keep you prepared for a variety of terrain on your daily rides, and -- rain or shine -- Tektro's mechanical disc brakes will give you the responsiveness you'll want while navigating busy streets. Take advantage of the 160mm rotors and solid Kenda Kwest tires and venture onto gravel or smooth bike paths without sacrificing any control.
    $583.99  from Backcountry
  • Gt Bicycles
    Stan's NoTubes Radler Disc Rims SPECIFICATIONS Frame GT EnduRoad carbon frame and fork, disc specific triple triangle with Tapered head tube, full carbon fork, PFBB30 bottom bracket, removable fender bridge Fork GT Carbon with tapered 1 1/8 to 1 1/4 threadless Carbon steerer, disc specific, 15mm thru axle Headset Integrated TH sealed bearing Shifters Shimano 105 STI 11-speed Front Derailleur Shimano 105 Rear Derailleur Shimano 105 Crankset Shimano 105 52/36 with Praxis Works PF30 BB adapter Bottom Bracket Praxis Works PF30 BB adapter Pedals Chain KMC X11 Cassette Shimano 105 11-speed 11-32 Brakes Shimano R785 hydraulic w/ cooling fins, 160mm IceTech centerlock rotors Wheelset Stan's NoTubes Radler Disc specific Road 28h Tires Clement Strada USH 700x32C Handlebar New GT DropTune Super Light double butted 6061 alloy bar with 16 degree flair Stem New design 3D forged alloy SL Bar Tape TBA Seatpost Carbon Shaft 27.2, 20mm set back Seatclamp New Alloy blk ano Saddle Fizik Monte MG Intended Use Cyclocross, Gravel, Touring, Adventure Weight kg / lbs GEOMETRY (mm / inch) Size Small (53cm) Medium (55cm) Large (56cm) Extra Large (58cm) A: Seat Tube Length 535 21.7 560 23.8 B: Effective Top Tube 535 21.7 565 22.8 C: Stack 557 22.8 601 24.7 D: Reach 370 14.7 381 15.0 E: BB Height 280 11.0 280 11.0 F: BB Drop 0 0.0 0 0.0 G: Head Tube Length 142 6.4 182 8.1 H: Head Tube Angle 70.0 deg 70.5 deg 71.5 deg 72.0 deg I: Seat Tube Angle 73.5 deg 73.0 deg 73.0 deg 72.5 deg J: Standover Height 772 30.9 800 32.6 K: Chainstay Length 430 16.9 430 16.9 L: Wheelbase 1019 40.4 1031 40.7 0.0 0 0.0 0
    $2,660.00  from Jenson USA
  • GT
    A road bike with race geometry is great, if you're consistently racing. But on the days when you just want to head out on a long relaxing ride, with no set pace or destination in mind, the geometry of a race bike can leave your muscles feeling far from relaxed. GT created its Grade Alloy X Rival Complete Road Bike to make your next long ride or Fondo comfortable, as well as for days when you might want to explore surfaces other than the paved roads.Starting with a lightweight, durable aluminum frame, GT adds a carbon fork to the Alloy X to dampen vibrations on long rides, with a tapered head tube for predictable steering. The rear triangle of the Alloy X uses GT's hallmark Triple Triangle design, which features a smaller rear triangle with reinforced seatstays for added stiffness and responsiveness. This design further helps divert road vibrations throughout the frame rather than allowing them to travel straight up through the seat tube. GT builds the Alloy X with SRAM's 11-speed Rival groupset, which is touted for being functional and reliable across a variety of road disciplines. It offers similar features to its higher-end siblings, while remaining cost effective and efficient. Expecting you to take this bike off-road, whether on smooth singletrack, gravel, or just rough tarmac, GT includes SRAM Rival hydraulic disc brakes and levers, with 160mm rotors to give you consistent stopping power on a variety of terrain, and it lowered the bottom bracket height to provide the Alloy X with increased stability. While the bike comes with a set of Clement's off-road tires, the frame has extra tire clearance for the times when you may need something even tougher.
    $1,418.99  from Competitive Cyclist
  • GT
    Investing in a bike that you can use for multiple activities is no easy task -- after all, there's not yet a bike in existence that can do everything. However, if you're looking for something you can use to commute a few mornings per week then take out to the bike path or your favorite neighborhood loop for a weekend workout, the Grade FB Elite Complete Bike may fit the bill. GT's Grade line was developed to function well in a variety of riding situations, enabling you to get out on your bike as much as possible. Offering more versatility than a traditional road frame, the Grade Flat Bar Elite was designed with the geometry of a road bike and the adaptability of the off-road options GT is known for, so you can take it almost anywhere. Constructed with a lightweight hydroformed aluminum frame, the Elite uses GT's signature Triple Triangle design, GT's smaller take on the traditional rear triangle that's credited with making its bikes feel snappy and responsive as you accelerate out of intersections or up hills. Rough city streets can be a strain on your hands and shoulders, so GT includes its Grade Carbon fork to help absorb road vibrations and create a smoother ride for you. The moderately relaxed geometry also allows for comfort and keeping an eye on road obstacles without making the bike feel as though it's only suited for cruising. Whether you're using the Elite to get to work or taking it out to explore new routes, you'll want a drivetrain you can rely on, so GT includes Shimano's accurate, low-maintenance Claris components throughout the bike's build. You'll enjoy an eight-speed triple crank to keep you prepared for a variety of terrain on your daily rides, and -- rain or shine -- Tektro's mechanical disc brakes will give you the responsiveness you'll want while navigating busy streets. Take advantage of the 160mm rotors and solid Kenda Kwest tires and venture onto gravel or smooth bike paths without sacrificing any control.
    $583.99  from Competitive Cyclist
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    Spending years hunched over a road bike, pedaling exclusively on smooth shoulders and predictable tarmac, isn't a bad way to ride, but broadening your horizons has become easier than ever with the advent of gravel frames and endurance geometry. GT took features from willowy road frames and blended them with its proven expertise in the mountain discipline to create the Grade Carbon 105 Complete Road Bike, designed to excel on gravel and rough roads while retaining the spirit of a road bike. Grab it now to explore the side roads and bike paths you've been missing out on with your twitchy race frame, while enjoying the consistency of a Shimano 105 drivetrain. Glass-reinforced carbon comprises the Grade Carbon's frame and fork, giving it the ability to dampen road vibrations while remaining lightweight and responsive. GT also shaped the frame to follow endurance geometry, orienting you in a more upright position in the saddle than traditional racing frames for less back and shoulder strain during long days or fondos. Comfort doesn't come at the expense of handling, however, with the Grade Carbon still employing a snappy rear triangle to keep it accelerating quickly when you need it to. The theme of responsiveness extends to the drivetrain and brakes as well, with a rarely-seen full Shimano 105 drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes that will stop dependably on the days you end up on rain-slicked roads or muddy bike paths. Plus, you'll be able to roll confidently off-road with Stan's NoTube's Grail Disc hoops paired with capable 28mm Continental Grand Sport Race tires with the added reassurance of tubeless traction and grip.
    $1,999.99  from Competitive Cyclist
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    Whether you've been commuting for years or are just starting to consider it, it's undeniably important to have a bike that's comfortable and prepared to handle the unexpected as you get where you're going. According to GT, demand from customers was a key reason the brand decided to introduce a more relaxed flat bar version of its popular, all-surface Grade bikes. Offering more versatility than a traditional road frame, the Grade FB Expert Complete Bike was engineered with the geometry of a road bike and the adaptability of GT's gravel grinders so you can take it almost anywhere. GT begins with hydroformed aluminum, constructing the frame of the Grade Expert out of the lightweight, responsive material to create a bike that can be carried up a few flights of stairs or hung upside-down relatively easily. Rough city streets can be a strain on your hands and shoulders, so GT includes its Grade Carbon fork to help absorb road vibrations. The overall geometry of the frame is relaxed enough for comfort, but not so relaxed that the Grade Expert is only for cruising -- use it to commute, hit gravel detours, or get a quick spin in on the bike path after work. You have enough to worry about while you're riding to work without adding your drivetrain to the list, so GT uses Shimano Sora and Claris components on the Grade Expert to give you peace of mind so that you can enjoy the fact that you're outside spinning rather than stuck in traffic behind the wheel. Created by Shimano with commuting in mind, Sora's trigger shifters offer 9-speed dependability, and the triple crankset ensures that you're prepared for whatever terrain you encounter on your daily rides. Rain or shine, Shimano's hydraulic disc brakes and levers will give you the control you need to stop quickly in traffic and safely navigate busy streets. With 160mm rotors and 28mm Kenda tires, you can also take the Grade Expert onto gravel trails or bike paths without sacrificing any control.
    $729.99  from Competitive Cyclist
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    If your ride of choice includes all manner of pavement, gravel, and smooth fire roads winding lonesomely through the hills, then the 2016 GT Grade Carbon Frameset might be just the bike you're looking form. Keeping in line with its long-time passion for taking the path less traveled, GT created the Grade to comfortably handle all manner of road surface with its Triple Triangle Design and vibration-dampening prowess. GT introduced its iconic Triple Triangle design over two decades ago and has yet to see a need to replace it. Its simple, efficient design is constructed using GT's Dual Fiber Dynamic tech -- carbon with integrated glass fibers for increased responsiveness. The sharper seat stay angle disperses road noise and bumps through the frame. It also allows GT space to reinforce the slim, flattened seat stays, which are constructed out of fiberglass cores wrapped in carbon to give them the right mix of vertical compliance and lateral stiffness. The wide down tube offers more rigidity and better energy transfer, while the slack head tube angle adds steering stability across gravel and comfort during all-day endurance road rides.GT fashions the Grade's full carbon fork with longer, narrower blades than a traditional road bike, creating extra clearance for the front tire and better compliance over bumps. You'll remain stable on fast descents with the tapered head tube and retain efficient power transfer as you pedal out of the saddle over dirt, gravel, or tarmac.
    $1,999.00  from Competitive Cyclist
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    In case you haven't realized, road bikes have gotten a lot tougher in recent years. While you probably still don't want to try to duck onto an entirely unpaved descent with your twitchy carbon race frame, manufacturers have started investing in a class of bikes that bridge the gap between slammed road bikes and race-ready 'cross frames. If you're interested in exploring that enticing gap, invest in the GT Grade Carbon Ultegra Complete Road Bike to get a dose of gravel, 'cross, and road capabilities, along with a build kit that will inspire unabashed envy from the most cynical self-sponsored cyclists.GT uses fiberglass-reinforced carbon to shape the Grade Carbon's endurance frame, strategically shaping the featherweight tubing to disperse road vibrations through the frame to limit aching and fatigue during long rides. A widened down tube and reinforced seat stays lend the frame lateral rigidity and responsiveness when you throw watts into the pedals to climb along shady, weather-beaten backroads, while the longer, slimmer fork blades help the fork manage bumps, ruts, and other off-road features without throwing you around. A wider down tube and head tube positioned at a more relaxed angle than traditional road frames both contribute to improved stability, with the head tube orienting you in a more upright position that doesn't present as much of a strain on your back and shoulders during long days in the saddle. Beefy 28mm Continental tires anchor the Grade Carbon and provide a plush, compliant ride whether you're pedaling your standard road loop or ducking off to explore new bike paths and chip-sealed roads that no longer guarantee flat tires. As for the build kit, an elegant Shimano Ultegra drivetrain keeps your shifts smooth and snappy, and your 28mm tires come wrapped around Stan's NoTubes Grail rims spinning seductively on DT Swiss 240 hubs. When you do need to slow down, Ultegra-level Shimano hydraulic disc brakes stop reliably, regardless of whether you'r...
    $2,799.99  from Competitive Cyclist
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    With the geometry of a bike that is built for long days on the road and the soul of a brand that lives for the mountains, the GT Grade FB is ready for adventures near and far. Ideal for both fun and fitness, its stable on any terrain, with a hydroformed alloy frame that is lightweight and responsive when you need to go fast. * Frame: Grade alloy frame with smooth welds, hydroformed (TT,DT) , Tapered 1 1/8""-1 1/4"" headtube, standard BB * Fork: Grade Carbon 1 1/8-1 1/4"""" threadless alum steerer, disc specific * Chain: KMC HG-40 * Crank: Shimano FC-M311 48/38/28 * Bottom Bracket: Cartridge sealed * Pedals: Nylon body and cage trekking * Front Derailleur: Shimano M191 * Rear Derailleur: Shimano Acera 8spd * Shifters: Shimano EF-51 Rapid Fire shifters * Cog Set: Sunrace CSM66 8spd 12-32 * Rims: Jalco JD200 Double Wall Alloy, 28h front/32h rear * Tires: Kenda Kwest 700x28c * Hubs: F: Formula Alloy 28h with QR; R: Formula Alloy cassette hub 32h with QR * Spokes: Stainless steel 15g * Nipples: Alloy Anodized * Brake: Tektro Mechanical Disc brake, 160mm rotor * Brake Levers: Shimano EF-51 STI * Handlebar: GT Type R flat riser bar, 31.8x640mm * Stem: All New 3D forged GT alloy stem * Grips: GT Dual Density Ergo design * Headset: Integrated sealed bearing * Saddle: GT Grade saddle * Seat Post: GT Alloy one bolt seat pillar * Seat Clamp: Collar with bolt type
    $499.95  from ProBoardShop
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    GT Grade Alloy Sora Women's Gravel Bike - 2016. Dial your adventure up a notch with the all-new 2016 GT Grade Women's gravel bike. The GT Grade is one of the most exciting and interesting bikes to come out in the last year. While everyone is making a gravel/adventure bike, GT found a way to make something that stands above the rest. The secret to the Grade is the frame. Utilizing an updated version of GT's famed triple triangle design, the Grade frame is optimized for on- and off-road adventure. The Grade Women's also features a frame design that is more comfortable and ergonomic for female riders, so you can get the most out of your next adventure. The frame is made with double butted, hydroformed alloy for a lightweight, durable bike. The tapered headtube helps stiffen up the front end, and the standard threaded bottom bracket makes servicing easy. The carbon fiber fork features an aluminum steerer for durability, and has mounts for disc brakes. Of course, a bike adventure is more fun with excellent components, which is why GT spec'ed the grade with Shimano. Sora 3500 9-speed shifters are integrated into the brake lever and give you Shimano's legendary Dual Control technology and fabled reliability. Crisp, easy shifting will make quick work of even the steepest hills, with plenty of gears at your disposal. Completing this excellent bike package is a pair of durable Alex ATD 470 rims with Formula 6-bolt disc brake hubs, and seatpost, saddle, stem and handlebars from GT. You can also stop like an Egyptian with Bengal MB-7000T mechanical disc brakes.
    $699.00  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade Alloy 105 Gravel Bike - 2016. Turn your adventure up to 11 on the all-new 2016 GT Grade. The GT Grade is one of the most exciting and interesting bikes to come out in the last year. While everyone is making a gravel/adventure bike, GT found a way to make something that stands above the rest. The secret to the Grade is the frame. Utilizing an updated version of GT's famed triple triangle design, the Grade frame is optimized for on- and off-road adventure. The frame is made with double butted, hydroformed alloy for a lightweight, durable bike. The tapered headtube helps stiffen up the front end, and the standard threaded bottom bracket makes servicing easy. The carbon fiber fork features an aluminum steerer for durability, and has mounts for disc brakes. Of course, a bike adventure is more fun with excellent components, which is why GT spec'ed the grade with Shimano's latest 105 11-speed components. 105 5800 gets more than just an extra gear, with a new refined lever body and shape for more comfortable control, a redesigned front derailleur with longer lever arm for improved shifting, and a revised rear derailleur for smoother, more reliable shifting. Completing this excellent bike package is a pair super-premium TRP Hy/Rd mechanically actuated hydraulic disc brakes for all-weather, all-terrain stopping power, a set of of durable Alex ATD 470 rims with Formula 6-bolt disc brake hubs, and seatpost, saddle, stem and handlebars from GT.
    $899.00  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade Alloy Sora Gravel Bike - 2016. Dial your adventure up a notch with the all-new 2016 GT Grade. The GT Grade is one of the most exciting and interesting bikes to come out in the last year. While everyone is making a gravel/adventure bike, GT found a way to make something that stands above the rest. The secret to the Grade is the frame. Utilizing an updated version of GT's famed triple triangle design, the Grade frame is optimized for on- and off-road adventure. The frame is made with double butted, hydroformed alloy for a lightweight, durable bike. The tapered headtube helps stiffen up the front end, and the standard threaded bottom bracket makes servicing easy. The carbon fiber fork features an aluminum steerer for durability, and has mounts for disc brakes. Of course, a bike adventure is more fun with excellent components, which is why GT spec'ed the grade with Shimano. Sora 3500 9-speed shifters are integrated into the brake lever and give you Shimano's legendary Dual Control technology and fabled reliability. Crisp, easy shifting will make quick work of even the steepest hills, with plenty of gears at your disposal. Completing this excellent bike package is a pair of durable Alex ATD 470 rims with Formula 6-bolt disc brake hubs, and seatpost, saddle, stem and handlebars from GT. You can also stop like an Egyptian with Bengal MB-7000T mechanical disc brakes.
    $649.00  from Performance Bicycle
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    GT Grade Alloy Gravel Bike - 2017 Shimano Claris. The GT Grade Alloy Gravel Bike is the one road bike to have if you only want one, as it can be enjoyed on all road types, including paved, dirt, and gravel. It's also an excellent bike for adventurous days in the saddle, finding where the road leads. With its alloy frame and fork, cyclists will enjoy the durability and lightweight of the Grade Alloy Gravel Bike. It also provides steering precision when grinding through gravel, and absorbs road chatter when riding on pavement. The 16 speed Shimano Claris drivetrain on the Grade Alloy Gravel Bike provides plenty of shifting options in varying terrain, making it perfect for adventure seekers. The Claris drivetrain is easy to operate and shifts smoothly, for a no-hassle transference when navigating through rough landscape. The Grade Alloy Gravel Bike also features Schwalbe Road Cruiser tires with Kevlar guard for low rolling resistance and added protection against flats out on the trails. For reliable and responsive stopping power, it includes Tektro mechanical disc brakes, excellent for the uncertainties of forgotten mountain paths. For the speed and agility of a road bike that can handle the twists and bumps of mountain paths, cyclists will love the GT Grade Alloy Gravel Bike.
    $799.99  from Performance Bicycle
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    With the geometry of a bike that is built for long days on the road and the soul of a brand that lives for the mountains, the GT Grade FB is ready for adventures near and far. Ideal for both fun and fitness, its stable on any terrain, with a hydroformed alloy frame that is lightweight and responsive when you need to go fast. * Frame: Grade alloy frame with smooth welds, hydroformed (TT,DT) , Tapered 1 1/8""-1 1/4"" headtube, standard BB * Fork: Grade Carbon 1 1/8-1 1/4"""" threadless alum steerer, disc specific * Chain: KMC HG-40 * Crank: Shimano FC-M311 48/38/28 * Bottom Bracket: Cartridge sealed * Pedals: Nylon body and cage trekking * Front Derailleur: Shimano M191 * Rear Derailleur: Shimano Acera 8spd * Shifters: Shimano EF-51 Rapid Fire shifters * Cog Set: Sunrace CSM66 8spd 12-32 * Rims: Jalco JD200 Double Wall Alloy, 28h front/32h rear * Tires: Kenda Kwest 700x28c * Hubs: F: Formula Alloy 28h with QR; R: Formula Alloy cassette hub 32h with QR * Spokes: Stainless steel 15g * Nipples: Alloy Anodized * Brake: Tektro Mechanical Disc brake, 160mm rotor * Brake Levers: Shimano EF-51 STI * Handlebar: GT Type R flat riser bar, 31.8x640mm * Stem: All New 3D forged GT alloy stem * Grips: GT Dual Density Ergo design * Headset: Integrated sealed bearing * Saddle: GT Grade saddle * Seat Post: GT Alloy one bolt seat pillar * Seat Clamp: Collar with bolt type
    $499.95  from The House
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    With the geometry of a bike that is built for long days on the road and the soul of a brand that lives for the mountains, the GT Grade FB is ready for adventures near and far. Ideal for both fun and fitness, its stable on any terrain, with a hydroformed alloy frame that is lightweight and responsive when you need to go fast. * Frame: Grade alloy frame with smooth welds, hydroformed (TT,DT) , Tapered 1 1/8""-1 1/4"" headtube, standard BB * Fork: Grade Carbon 1 1/4-1 1/8"" threadless alum steerer * Chain: KMC HG-40 * Crank: Shimano 2403 Claris octalink triple 50/39/30t * Bottom Bracket: Shimano Octalink * Pedals: Nylon body and cage trekking * Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-2403 Claris * Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD-2400 Claris 8spd * Shifters: Shimano Claris STR-243 * Cog Set: Sunrace CSR86 8spd 12-25 * Rims: Alex X2200 Doublewall alloy rims 28h front/32h rear * Tires: Kenda Kwest 700x28c * Hubs: F: Formula Alloy 28h with QR; R: Formula Alloy cassette hub 32h with QR * Spokes: Stainless steel 15g * Nipples: Alloy Anodized * Brake: Tektro Mechanical Disc brake, 160mm rotor * Brake Levers: Shimano Claris STR-243 * Handlebar: GT Type R flat riser bar, 31.8x640mm * Stem: All New 3D forged GT alloy stem * Grips: GT Dual Density Ergo design * Headset: Integrated sealed bearing * Saddle: GT Grade saddle * Seat Post: GT Alloy one bolt seat pillar * Seat Clamp: Collar with bolt type
    $599.95  from The House
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    Setting out on your bike is never just about getting to your destination, its about the journey you take every time your wheels hit the ground. Loaded up on features that make long days in the saddle feel easy, like a low bottom bracket for added stability and extra tire clearance for knobbier rubber, the Grade Alloy will get you there, but prefers the long way around.* Frame: Grade alloy frame with smooth welds, hydroformed (TT,DT) , Tapered 1 1/8""-1 1/4"" headtube, standard BB * Fork: Grade Carbon 1 1/8-1 1/4"""" threadless alum steerer, disc specific * Chain: KMC 9spd * Crank: FSA Vero Compact 50alloy/34alloy * Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge * Pedals: Low Profile Nylon w/ Toe Clips * Front Derailleur: Shimano FD3500 Sora * Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD3500 Sora 9spd * Shifters: Shimano RD3500 Sora Sti * Cog Set: Sun Race 9spd 11-28 * Rims: Alex ATD470 disc specific road 22mm tall profile * Tires: Kenda Kwest 700 x 28 30tpi, wire bead * Hubs: F: Formula 6 bolt disc sealed 28h; R: Formula 6 bolt disc sealed casette 32h * Spokes: 15g stainless steel * Nipples: Brass CP * Brake: Tektro Mechanical Disc brake, 160mm rotor * Brake Levers: Shimano RD3500 Sora Sti * Handlebar: New GT DropTune Super Light double butted 6061 alloy bar with 16degree flair * Stem: GT Design 3D forged 6061, 4 bolt face plate * Grips: Velo Cork * Headset: Integrated TH sealed bearing * Saddle: GT Grade saddle * Seat Post: One bolt aluminun * Seat Clamp: New Alloy blk ano
    $799.95  from The House
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    With the geometry of a bike that is built for long days on the road and the soul of a brand that lives for the mountains, the GT Grade FB is ready for adventures near and far. Ideal for both fun and fitness, its stable on any terrain, with a hydroformed alloy frame that is lightweight and responsive when you need to go fast. Frame: Grade alloy frame with smooth welds, hydroformed (TT,DT , Tapered 1 1/8""-1 1/4"" headtube, standard BB Fork: Grade Carbon 1 1/8-1 1/4"""" threadless alum steerer, disc specific Chain: KMC HG-40 Crank: Shimano FC-M311 48/38/28 Bottom Bracket: Cartridge sealed Pedals: Nylon body and cage trekking Front Derailleur: Shimano M191 Rear Derailleur: Shimano Acera 8spd Shifters: Shimano EF-51 Rapid Fire shifters Cog Set: Sunrace CSM66 8spd 12-32 Rims: Jalco JD200 Double Wall Alloy, 28h front/32h rear Tires: Kenda Kwest 700x28c Hubs: F: Formula Alloy 28h with QR; R: Formula Alloy cassette hub 32h with QR Spokes: Stainless steel 15g Nipples: Alloy Anodized Brake: Tektro Mechanical Disc brake, 160mm rotor Brake Levers: Shimano EF-51 STI Handlebar: GT Type R flat riser bar, 31.8x640mm Stem: All New 3D forged GT alloy stem Grips: GT Dual Density Ergo design Headset: Integrated sealed bearing Saddle: GT Grade saddle Seat Post: GT Alloy one bolt seat pillar Seat Clamp: Collar with bolt type
    $499.95  from Altrec.com
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    With the geometry of a bike that is built for long days on the road and the soul of a brand that lives for the mountains, the GT Grade FB is ready for adventures near and far. Ideal for both fun and fitness, its stable on any terrain, with a hydroformed alloy frame that is lightweight and responsive when you need to go fast. Frame: Grade alloy frame with smooth welds, hydroformed (TT,DT , Tapered 1 1/8""-1 1/4"" headtube, standard BB Fork: Grade Carbon 1 1/4-1 1/8"" threadless alum steerer Chain: KMC HG-40 Crank: Shimano 2403 Claris octalink triple 50/39/30t Bottom Bracket: Shimano Octalink Pedals: Nylon body and cage trekking Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-2403 Claris Rear Derailleur: Shimano RD-2400 Claris 8spd Shifters: Shimano Claris STR-243 Cog Set: Sunrace CSR86 8spd 12-25 Rims: Alex X2200 Doublewall alloy rims 28h front/32h rear Tires: Kenda Kwest 700x28c Hubs: F: Formula Alloy 28h with QR; R: Formula Alloy cassette hub 32h with QR Spokes: Stainless steel 15g Nipples: Alloy Anodized Brake: Tektro Mechanical Disc brake, 160mm rotor Brake Levers: Shimano Claris STR-243 Handlebar: GT Type R flat riser bar, 31.8x640mm Stem: All New 3D forged GT alloy stem Grips: GT Dual Density Ergo design Headset: Integrated sealed bearing Saddle: GT Grade saddle Seat Post: GT Alloy one bolt seat pillar Seat Clamp: Collar with bolt type
    $599.95  from Altrec.com