GT Bicycles welcomes Jason Schiers as Managing Director. In his new role, Jason will oversee the strategy that continues GT Bicycles’ current progress, and he will also create the roadmap for the brand’s future vision. An entrepreneur, Jason came into the bicycle business from a machine shop background in the 1990s, where he machined composite tooling for bike and automotive part manufacturers.
After working for Reynolds Cycling in the early 2000s, he founded ENVE Composites in Utah. Most recently Jason led R&D for the Selle Royal brands, with a particular focus on Crank Brothers product development and quality. Jason’s experience in product design, sourcing, brand building,
The Speed Series Pro features our Speed Metal tubeset to keep the weight down while maintaining the stiffness wanted to take the hole shot. Equipped with disc brakes for fast stopping after the finish sprint and spec'd to give you the confidence to chase the top step out of the box. Available in sizes PRO, PRO XL, PRO XXL.
-Frame: GT Speed Series MK7 Elite Race Design, 6061-T6 AL, Alloy Formed and Butted Speed Metal Tubes, AL CNC/Forged Quick Change -Disc Dropout SyStem, BB86, Taper 1-1/8" to 1-1/2" Integrated H/T -Fork: GT BMX Pro Race, 100% Cr-Mo 1 1/8" Steerer, Tapered Legs, 3/8" Dropouts
We set out on a mission to blend BMX style and durability with urban usability to develop a range of bikes that are perfect for anyone wanting a solid ride for cruising, commuting, sending or socializing… and to look good while doing it!
The Olympics happen every 4 years. Tokyo had a delay of a year but in a few weeks BMX racing and BMX Park will be part of it. It has been a long road for the BMX-ers who made it there. Some have celebrated their participation already by getting to build up a special ride just for the Olympic Games. In the time leading up to the games we are going to check in with the special rides. Today's Olympic machine: Romain Mahieu (FRA).
Romain Mahieu's ride..... Frame : GT Speed Series with custom paint made by AS Design Fork : Pride Racing Slik carbon fork 20mm with custom design
The new 2021 GT Mach One is the perfect BMX race machine to get new riders into the sport. That's why we decided to celebrate the launch of this year's lineup by donating 12 Mach One’s to the Peckham BMX Club in London, England, and inviting a crew of young riders for a test session with BMX superstar brothers, Tre and Kye Whyte.
Legendary BMX (and A LOT of other bikes) innovator and developer, Gary Turner is assisted by voices of Stompin' Stu Thomsen and his brother Glenn Turner to tell the story of the development of Gary's first monoshock BMX bike in the 1970's. Written and Directed by Todd Huffman, Produced by Don Hoffman and photographed by Keith Martin and Jimmy Cook. Produced by Pipeline Digital Media, creators of "The Motocross Files" and "PENTON: The John Penton Story narrated by Lyle Lovett".
Tate Roskelley is without a doubt one of the most creative riders in BMX. His innovative style of riding leans more towards conceptual than actual trick based—making for some truly one-of-a-kind videos.
GT Bicycles today released a modern version of the iconic 1979 26” BMX Cruiser frameset to celebrate the brand’s new partnership with original GT Bicycles founder Gary Turner and his son Craig. After reconnecting with GT in 2017, plans around a reunion project began brewing. “GT has been a part of our family since I was five years-old,” said Craig Turner. “Partnering with the company again is really exciting.”
Only 100 limited edition frame, fork, seat post and handlebar sets of the original 1979 26” BMX Cruiser design will be produced. The new framesets will be the first GT Bicycles made in the United States in almost 20 years. They will be built in the Turner’s workshop in Orange, California, not far from where it all