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Dicks Sporting Goods has GT Adult Aggressor Pro Mountain Bike (15", 17", 19" or 21") in various colors for $299.98. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available if stock permits. Thanks bmoorey

Also available, Dicks Sporting Goods has GT Women's Laguna Pro Mountain Bike (15" or 17", Green) for $299.98. Shipping is free.
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DICK'S Sporting Goods will provide free in-store assembly service by a certified technician for any bicycle purchased in our stores or on our website (proof of purchase required). Contact a local store (store locator) to arrange assembly. More information may be found here. -johnny_miller

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Dick's Sporting Goods has the GT Aggressor Pro (Model G28357- pictured) or GT Women's Laguna Pro (Model G28357F) on sale for $299.98. I believe this deal is only valid until Saturday, 4/15.

The MSRP for the GT Aggressor Pro and Laguna Pro bikes is $599.99, so 50% at $299.98 seems like a really aggressive (no pun intended) deal to me. The site says that you will get free shipping and free assembly on these bikes through Saturday.

The GT Adult Aggressor Pro Mountain Bike is highly rated at Dick's Sporting Goods with 5 out of 5 stars with some pretty positive reviews. This bike comes in the following frame sizes: 15", 17", 19", 21" and has three color options: Cyan Blue/Green/Gunmetal.

The GT Women's Laguna Pro Mountain Bike is the counterpart to the Aggressor Pro which comes in two frame sizes: 15" and 17" and one color which is a teal/turquoise color.

Happy bike riding! - bmoorey

Adult Aggressor:https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p/gt-adult-aggressor-pro-mountain-bike-17gtxmggrssrprxxxprf/17gtxmggrssrprxxxprf?&color=Cyan%20Blue​ [dickssportinggoods.com]

Women's Laguna: https://www.dickssportinggoods.co...xxxxxxprf?
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Never heard of GT? It was a big name in BMX and freestyle in the 80s. Foreign owned at this point I suspect.
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Man, I dreamed of a GT Freestyle when I was a kid - might have even had cutouts from BMX Action magazine... Chrome, mag wheels, pegs, oh baby....

This looks like a solid bike - might go check it out tomorrow.
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Pretty sure this is the first bike i have ever seen on SD that wasn't a rolling class action lawsuit waiting to happen.

GT was a big player in the 80's "freestyle" scene, went bankrupt in 2000 and was acquired by the parent company who owns Schwinn, Mongoose and Cannondale.

Components are all lower end of the "non-walmart bike" level, so OK for most use. Really good starter bike for someone who wants to bump around on trails. I would put this on par with some of the low end Raligh or Treks you would find in a local bike shop, same tekro mechanical discs, same Suntour XCT fork. (the two worst components of all these low end MTBs) Brakes will fade, the fork will "pogo" and top out a lot and sound clunky. Wheels will likely get trashed in a season or two of real riding once you get a little confidence and start taking on some rocky trails, but its only $300, you might ride twice and realize its not for you, better to do it with a $300 bike than having a $1500 garage decoration.

BUT...Here is the caveat, a LOT of you don't really need a mountain bike, its the wrong tool for the job, so to speak. If you plan on hitting bike paths and riding around town especially if you are mostly on pavement, something with 26" wheels, no suspension and skinnier smooth tires will be a much more enjoyable ride for you. MTBs aren't really "tougher or more rugged" they are just setup for a different riding style, which most people don't really need.
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hmm... any reason for the thumbs down? Hardware seems pretty good for the price.
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hmm... any reason for the thumbs down? Hardware seems pretty good for the price.
I saw this in the store over the weekend and it's a pretty sweet bike. I'm buying mine tomorrow.

This is a lot of bike for the money and the colors are great!
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My wife is 5'5 - about 110, any idea what size would be a better fit?
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My wife is 5'5 - about 110, any idea what size would be a better fit?
https://static.evanscycles.com/pr...-chart.pdf
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GT bikes are solid, I bought a Commuter 3.0 a few years ago from Performance Bike, really nice for a $300 bike.
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Decent enough components--what can you expect for $300. I've ridden worse without complaints on singletrack trails. Seems like a solid buy for the start of spring.

I'm not sure how much I'd trust the bike mechanics at Dick's though--anyone have work done there who can comment on the general level of skill?
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never heard of this brand. where are all the bike snobs?

oh that's right, they're in the $150 Nashbar mountain bike thread
Never heard of GT? It was a big name in BMX and freestyle in the 80s. Foreign owned at this point I suspect.
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Yeah, I searched this bike out from a recommendation on the "Nash" deal. Seems solid for the components. I'm thinking about pulling the trigger. But I wonder if this is branded a "Pro" because it's a Dick's bike and not the "Expert" tag on the GT site? Seems like the components line up when comparing.
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Never heard of GT? It was a big name in BMX and freestyle in the 80s. Foreign owned at this point I suspect.
Man, I dreamed of a GT Freestyle when I was a kid - might have even had cutouts from BMX Action magazine... Chrome, mag wheels, pegs, oh baby....

This looks like a solid bike - might go check it out tomorrow.
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Yeah, I searched this bike out from a recommendation on the "Nash" deal. Seems solid for the components. I'm thinking about pulling the trigger. But I wonder if this is branded a "Pro" because it's a Dick's bike and not the "Expert" tag on the GT site? Seems like the components line up when comparing.
I was comparing too - the expert does have hydraulic disc brakes vs cable disc on this one. Other than that - looks like same bike.
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Man, I dreamed of a GT Freestyle when I was a kid - might have even had cutouts from BMX Action magazine... Chrome, mag wheels, pegs, oh baby....

This looks like a solid bike - might go check it out tomorrow.

Ha, same here. Bringing back fond memories. Don't forget the Gyro. Did you watch Rad every weekend too?
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