The new Pretzel Bar is 100% chromoly and wider than the original giving the bike incredible control while maintaining the head-turning aesthetic the original is famous for.
Dave Voelker knows a thing or two about BMX. He made his debut on the scene in the early 1980s as part of Brian Scura’s BMX Air Show. His fast and loose style along with massive airs quickly caught the attention of the entire BMX world. From 1987 to 2002, Dave Voelker was the leader of the GT/Dyno family. He toured the world with the GT Team, performing for thousands of fans and wowing crowds with tricks like his signature “Voelker Flyout,” shooting straight up the quarter pipe and flailing around like was going to crash, only to land safely on his feet on top of the deck. He continued to lead through the end of his career placing within the top five at several X-Games events.
Dave has inspired an entire generation of riders with his adrenaline-charged style, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible on a BMX bike. Without him, BMX wouldn’t be as progressive as it is today. GT Bikes is stoked to welcome Lord Voelker back and ready to keep the good times rolling with the all new ’87 Dyno Pro Compe.
The special edition ’87 Dyno Pro Compe will retail for $725 and be available at your local bike shop. For more information on the ’87 Dyno Pro Compe, visit gtbicycles.com.