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GT GTB, all black

Bike tags: Track bike | Campagnolo Record | GT | GTB | Zipp 440
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1999 GT GTB 7005 aluminum, 54cm

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MKS RX-1, KMC INOX stainless


Go fast

Carbon bits look sexy, also good choice on the black thomson!


... new fork really sets this off! One of my favourites around here!

I'm thinking if I built this

I'm thinking if I built this bike the only thing I would do different would be to have the front brake be a silver Campy Record to match the cranks, now that would be tight.


this is what I'm talking about


How much pussy has this bike got you?


Hey man this is great looking. Fast looking too, I like. I plan on getting one of these sometime this summer, I'm 5'10", so a 54cm for me right?

frame size

I love this frame, I ride it everyday with a clincher wheelset and risers. the fit is kinda weird, it has a long top tube (55 c-c) and a short seat tube, (about 53ish c-c). I'm the same height as you and it fits great. good luck searching for one!

Nice ride!


I like the 3rd Photograph most.
Perfect bike framed in a nice environment and good photographer.


agreed. really nice

agreed. really nice warm/cool interaction.

where was this taken?

Looks killer! If you ever

Looks killer! If you ever decide to sell the frame, hit me up!


GTB! ( , ) ( . )
This thing looks fast!
I sold my non-fluted Campy cranks
For some newer Record cranks like yours!

Awesome bike man

Awesome bike man

nice gt!

zipps are hott! ive been wanting to get a carbon fork too
and that silver campy drivetrain is a really nice touch.

props you done good here.

props to fast bikes!
what size is this beauty ?



I was told it was sold as a 52cm, but it measures to be a 54cm.

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