GT BMX Bikes
Has always been a good smooth ride with nice specifications; this version is no different – very impressive!
Not the lightest of BMXs, but not the heaviest either, overall a good bike unstrapped for freestyle riders.
An awesome expert level street and park bike for riders under from the ages of 8-15.
A bargain price, great performance and a short enough stature to fit upcoming junior riders.
A classic among BMX bikes, it still performs but the 2009 version looks nothing like it predecessors.
Built to last with models from 2002 still being seen down at the skate park that have had little to no modification.
A good quality BMX to get started on the flats or trails, and is affordable enough for beginners.
Designed for riders just getting started in Freestyle, the Air is perfect for practicing your first turndown.
A great beginners bike that makes the grade if you are looking to gain some experience at freestyle.
Top of the Ultra Series Line with no excuses, no compromise and no expense spared.
With its racing pedigree and top-notch equipment, rest assured this excellent bike will do the talking for you.
Designed for riders longer of leg than average, the 24 literally towers over all others in the model line.
In the right hands this bike delivers 90% of the performance of the Box Ultra at less than 40% of the cost.
The Swiss Army Knife of free-style bikes being one of the most versatile bikes of the Power Series range.
A demon out of the gate and a ghost over the doubles, definitely worth looking at for young riders.
Never mind comfort, this beast is the Hayabusa of the bmx world. Theres nothing small this bikes performance.
Dirt, street or skate-park, ramps or track this is one quality BMX bike and it looks tight too!
A great bike that new riders will grow their dirt riding skills on, then modify as they develop.
With some modification it makes for a very tough and agile dirt bike which sticks like glue.
Provides the performance and value of a Mach One Pro, with the smoothness, comfort and stability of a larger 24.
Represents fantastic bang for the buck, and is sure to ease the progression from earth to sky.
Carries on GTs tradition of making at least one reasonably priced and versatile bike that fill every niche of consumer need.
Costs about twice as much as your average department-store kiddies bike, but is unparalleled in safety and strength.
It may seem a little overkill for someone who can barely walk, but the safety and reliability is well worth it.