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1995 GT Timberline

Finally got a size 22" GT. Not easy to come by here in Sweden. Excellent condition and all stock except for new cassette, chain, bottom bracket and tyres. There's about 7mm of clearance on both sides of the chainstays with these 2.10" tires.

Kore Rivera Thermo Pedal

Nitto B901RX

Brooks Cambium C17 (Natural)

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Tec Opes 26 x 2.10"

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Tec Opes 26 x 2.10"

Thule RideAlong Quick Release Bracket, King Cage Iris

More Info:
Threadless stem/handlebar adapted via BBB BHP-21

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Updated cockpit and contact points

Current Stage Info:

Stock saddle made my joystick go numb. Not good. Not very happy about the C17 either.

Added by mikael. Last updated 3 months ago.



mirage says:

nice one

Posted 3 months ago


NicolasCalifornia says:

A brooks b17 professional saddle, broken in almost to rotting is what you need. provides phenomenal balance and comfort. Has to be professional series because regular b17 is too wide, but brooks swift might be superb. Something as thin as a Gilles Berthoud galibier or the brooks swallow might be only for drop bar rando not mtb.

Posted 3 months ago


mikael says:

Thanks! Been looking at the Team Pro among others today. Is that the one you're referring to? Swift is beautiful, but I might end up with a lucky find — the Lepper Voyager.

Posted 3 months ago


NicolasCalifornia says:

Just look at my stump jumper. There's no comparison with yours, this GT is excellent and the green is so pure, but see my saddle is tilted at perfect angle and so old that is so comfortable.

Posted 3 months ago


Le_Pigeonvert says:

Awsome shit here : 11/10

Posted 3 months ago