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Crankbrothers Charity Auction – GT Distortion Mountain Bike

GT Distortion Crankbrothers Mountain Bike
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GT Distortion Crankbrothers Mountain Bike

The GT Distortion Mountain Bike is auctioning this week as part of a bike-a-week series by Crankbrothers. The frame is large and of aluminum construction. It features full suspension and can be used for styles including Cross Country, All-Mountain, Enduro, Bike Park, and Slopestyle. Proceeds go to Wheels 4 Life, a charity that donates bikes to people in Third World countries. Many of these bikes are selling for way below value. The auction last week of  the foldable hardtail went for $3251 with an MSRP of $5500. This one has an MSRP of $4500 and may do the same. The auction ends on Sunday, March 4th. Check it out at the Crankbrothers website here.

Click after the break for pics and specs…

GT Distortion Crankbrothers Mountain Bike Frame GT Distortion Crankbrothers Mountain Bike Bars
GT Distortion Crankbrothers Mountain Bike Rear GT Distortion Crankbrothers Mountain Bike Shocks
frame:  GT Distortion
frame size: Large
frame color: black/orange/blue
parts color: Orange/Black
frame material: Aluminum
headset: FSA integrated/tapered
fork: Rock Shox Revelation U-Turn
fork travel: 120-150mm
rear shock: Fox Float RP23
shock travel: 112mm
front axle spacing: 110mm QR
rear axle spacing: 135 x 12
wheel size: 26″
wheels: Crankbrothers Iodine 3 – Orange
handlebar: Crankbrothers Iodine 2 – 700mm
stem: Crankbrothers Iodine 2 – 80mm
grips: Crankbrothers Iodine – Orange
brakes: Avid Elixir CR
shifters: SRAM XO 9 speed
cranks: Truvativ Noir 3 x 9
pedals: Crankbrothers Candy 2 – Orange
rear der.: SRAM XO 9 speed
front der.: Shimano
cassette: SRAM
seatpost: Crankbrothers Cobalt 2 – Silver
saddle: Crankbrothers Iodine 3 – Orange
tires: Continental Trail King/Mt. King 2.2
estimated msrp: $4,500
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12 years ago

Such a sick, sick bike…

J ruff
J ruff
12 years ago

Are you kidding, it’s an ugly and outdated bike. all that ano is more show than go. and what’s with having 112MM travel in the rear and 150 in the front??

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