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1994 GT Pro Series

#1 2008-06-10 8:06am

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1994 GT Pro Series

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1994 GT Pro Series

One of my favorite mid-school rides

This frame was originally released as a 1994 Pro Series, serial starting 1093XXXX. I decide to build it as a 1993 Pro Series Team since it was the same frame. As I moved along in the build I ended up using some parts from the '94 Pro Series and the forks from the special edition '94 Intercepter Shock model. So I guess you could say this was a 1993.5 GT Pro Series Team Shock Model. See if you can fit that on a decal. *L*


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#2 2008-07-22 1:38pm

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Re: 1994 GT Pro Series

nice bike but unless you took off all the team stickers and components its not a team check mine out there is quite a difference. sweet bike though.

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#3 2008-07-22 5:59pm

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Re: 1994 GT Pro Series

Cool looking ride


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#4 2008-07-25 12:08am

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Re: 1994 GT Pro Series

ncy6144 wrote:

nice bike but unless you took off all the team stickers and components its not a team check mine out there is quite a difference. sweet bike though.

Yes, as I've stated above, the frame is a regular '94 Pro Series which I built to be a '93 Pro Series Team, I have every component as shown in the '93 catalog (except some decals).  But after I was finished I decided to swap out some parts from the '94 model which I liked better, so this bike is somewhere in between.
It appears that your bike is also a '93 with few '94 parts, bike shops like to swap out parts near the end of the year.

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1994 Pro Series Team
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#5 2008-07-29 12:19pm

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My bad guss i need to read lol.

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#6 2008-07-29 12:20pm

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Re: 1994 GT Pro Series

Well if thats what the team one what the heck is mine it came from the bike shop with oddessy componanats and i has a team sticker and also says Hunington Beach cal under the Gt?

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#7 2008-07-29 4:08pm

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ncy6144 wrote:

Well if thats what the team one what the heck is mine it came from the bike shop with oddessy componanats and i has a team sticker and also says Hunington Beach cal under the Gt?

Well like I said, bike shops would often swap out parts, sometimes to make them better (in their opinion), sometimes because they thought they could sell the parts for more money separately, or even sometimes because they wanted the parts for themselves.  When I bought my '87 GT PFT it had Jive grips, an '88 GT seat post clamp, and Shimano pedals.

Easiest way to find out the model is the serial number, if yours begins with 1092 through 0993 (Oct 1992 - Sept 1993) it's a 1993 model.  Mine starts with 1093 (Oct 1993) which makes it technically a 1994.

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#8 2008-07-29 4:25pm

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Re: 1994 GT Pro Series

Sweet bike.  I love mid school GTs


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#9 2008-07-30 2:14am

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MiniZ wrote:

Sweet bike.  I love mid school GTs

Yeah, I've always been an 80's freestyle guy, but oddly enough, ever since I started restoring I've really gotten into the race bikes, especially the mid-school models.


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#10 2008-07-31 5:29pm

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MiniZ wrote:

Sweet bike.  I love mid school GTs

+1
Yes me too i want another 1993 GT Mach One.


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#11 2008-10-23 9:45pm

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Where did you get those pedals? :cool:


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#12 2008-12-04 12:29am

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Where did you get those pedals? :cool:

They're the mid-school GT Power Series caged race pedals


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#13 2008-12-04 2:35pm

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Cipher wrote:

Where did you get those pedals? :cool:

They're the mid-school GT Power Series caged race pedals

My 92 came with silver...they look pretty dope in black...

love your bike man :cool:


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#14 2008-12-04 8:07pm

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Cipher wrote:

My 92 came with silver...they look pretty dope in black...

love your bike man :cool:

Thanks bud..

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#15 2008-12-04 8:16pm

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oh yeah, i love this thing :cool:  i need that seat for mine


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#16 2010-01-01 7:55pm

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Re: 1994 GT Pro Series

Great looking bike. I really like the long TT GTs. Does the front fork shock thing add much weight?

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#17 2010-01-09 3:17pm

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It is a bit heavier than the regular fork, but not as much as you would think. It does well to even the weight out.


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#18 2011-08-27 10:37pm

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Damn that bike is so sick man


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#19 2011-08-27 10:59pm

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Re: 1994 GT Pro Series

The '94 catalog shows a cable stopper and brake mounts and yours matches the catalog '93.  Regardless . . . nice bike.


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