When the GT Fueler first hit the market at the end of the '90s it was a frame built strong for the upcoming BMX Dirt scene. When racers were hitting the local trails, the bikes did not hold up. The Fueler, made inhouse at GT in California, did. Fast forward to 2023 and Tom Justice is on a GT Fueler and digs it. See what he has to say about the bike and check his parts list. His unique riding style starts with a good bike.
Name: Tom Justice Age: 34 Hometown: Newark, England
Not just for the tall riders, Reed Stark swears by the long front end - short back end geometry of his new v3 Safari frame. Get the lowdown on what makes the perfect setup for Reed in our new bike check video playing now...
Tom Deville just built up a fresh Alex Valentino Signature Autoportrait frame and built it up with some of United's finest parts.
Frame: United Auto Portrait Alex Valentino Sig Frame 21" Pale Grey Bars: Union Motorcade 9.2" x 28.5" Bar Black Forks: United Dinero V2 Fork Gloss Black - Offset: 31.09mm Grips: United Team Grips Black Headset: Union Headset Black Stem: United Precedence Top Load Stem 52mm Black Seat: United Fat Stealth Pivotal Seat Black Seat Post: United Stealth Pivotal Post 200mm Black Cranks: United Severance Cranks Regular Bosses 175mm Flat Black BB: United Supreme Mid BB 22mm Black Chain: United Supreme Half link Chain Black Pegs: United Metal Miki 4.5" Peg Black Oxide Sprocket: United MDLCLS Sprocket & Guard 28T Black Tyres: United x Union InDirect Tyre 20" x 2.35" Black Wall