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Price £2400
Reference 352
Year 2020
Make GT
Model BMX 125
Transmission Manual
Fuel Petrol
Mileage 0
Colour Yellow
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Description

GT Performer “Flying Banana” BMX Motorbike 125

What we have here looks like a BMX but is probably better described as a motorcycle made to look like a classic. The frame has been heavily modified and reinforced and now acts as the fuel tank.

GT was one of the earliest and biggest names in bicycle motocross, founded in 1979 by Gary Turner and Richard Long. It became famous for its triple diamond frames and was an integral part of the growth in popularity of the sport.

Based on the iconic Eddie Fiola GT Performer from 1985 this bike has original GT forks and handlebars, Kayama GT05 spoke mag wheels with brand new Michelin M45 tyres, a Kashimax FX Handler seat and Wellglow bear claw pedals. Stunt pegs front and rear

The motorcycle parts include a black 125cc Lifan engine with 4-speed semi-automatic transmission; Daytona quick action throttle; Renthal R1 chain; 00Racing adjustable gear lever; Takegawa brake arm and chain adjustment set; SR headstem; Kepspeed frame heavily modified and strengthened; the frame doubles as the fuel tank and holds one litre of petrol; NAW bespoke exhaust. Decals and pad set are by ESEM Design.

The bike has drum brakes front and rear. The front brake has not been connected in order to keep the bike looking as clean and simple as possible, although connection can be done relatively simply.

All dimensions are based on the Honda C70. Fabrication done to a very high standard by Eddie Fitch of Project Heaven.

This may look like a toy, and in a way it is, but all parts are good quality and all the work has been done to a very high standard. The bike starts first kick and goes very fast. It is not road legal, but it may be possible to register it as a “kit car”. There is a fuel filler cap topped off with a miniature billiard ball and a kill switch on the subframe.

I think we’ve found the answer to the question, “What do you give the person who has everything?” and that answer is a motorbike that looks like a BMX.


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