Minggu, 02 Mei 2010

Boasting a full-suspension, extra-strong aluminum frame, the GMC Topkick mountain bike is an ideal choice for both trail riding and rough city riding. The frame employs a floating beam suspension design mated to a Zoom suspension fork with elastomer/spring technology. This gives the bike a smooth, steady performance even on rough terrain. The Topkick's drivetrain, meanwhile, is outfitted with Microshift push shifters that control Shimano's tried-and-true TZ-30GS derailleur. The drivetrain also offers a strong aluminum wheel set with a V-shape rim profile and high-flange alloy hubs. And to keep you stopping smoothly in any circumstance, the Topkick boasts front and rear Promax disc brakes. Disc brakes are vastly superior to rim brakes, especially under adverse road conditions. True to its GMC roots, the Topkick mountain bike is rugged, good looking, and built for the long haul.


* Frame: 26-inch full-suspension aluminum MTB frame
* Fork: Zoom CH-386 suspension fork, 65mm travel
* Shocks: Kind Shock, adjustable to 650 pounds
* Chain: KMC Z51
* Crankset: Alloy ISA 335P, 28/38/48, L170mm
* Front derailleur: Falcon MF 31 T
* Rear derailleur: Shimano RD-TZ30GS SIS, 7 speed
* Shifters: Microshift TS-50 ADII index L3/R7
* Brake levers: GP 30 AP aluminum
* Brakes: LCHI DSK-320 disc brakes, 160mm
* Rims: Alloy black 26 x 1.5 inches
* Tires: Kenda black with yellow band 700 x 25C
* Stem: A-head TDS63K-8, EXT: 100mm, 15D
* Handlebar: HL-MTB 153, W: 600mm, R: 30mm
* Saddle: Velo, black padded
* Seat post: Alloy micro-adjust 27.2 x 300mm with quick-release

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