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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the GT Pro Performer 29. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
15 reasons to buy
- Several owners described the Pro Performer’s ride quality as ‘effortless’, even over long-distances.
- Old-school superlaced hubs increased wheel strength.
- Throwback graphics and design (from GT’s 1986 line) appealed to riders.
- Tall riders, up to 6”6’, found that this giant BMX fit them well.
- ‘Beautiful’ colors and themes were an attractive drawcard of the Pro Performer.
- This 29er’s geometry impressed, especially with a 23.5” top-tube in Chro-Moly steel.
- Chromoly tubing offered a superior alternative to other 29” competitors.
- Ride quality was frequently described as both smooth and fast.
- Stock components were more than sufficient.
- The Pro Performer was described as being ‘built to wheelie’.
- Reviewers were impressed by this bike’s low weight.
- Some owners felt that the provided saddle was comfortable.
- Gearing was well suited to city riding.
- The upgraded cranks were lauded for their high quality.
- Consumers saw the Pro Performer as good value for the price paid.
1 reasons not to buy
- A couple of critics suggested that, while featuring beautiful design notes, the Pro Performer was equipped with components of a merely average quality.