How can I know whether the bike frame I have is a genuine GT? I found the serial number u31036009 on the bottom of the hub. It has no GT logo stamp or engraving anywhere on it. Could it still be genuine?
My awnser is that it COULD be a real gt,but probably one made strictly for racing(not publicly sold) or a prototype made by some one working for the company at the time. My big brother once had a profile complete bike(When they only sold bars to the public) because he was racing at the time and it had no serial numbers or logos/stickers. Its because it was a prototype and a R/D guy asked him to check it out and give him feedback about it. He then gave it to my brother when he was finished with testing. And when my brother told his friends they laughed at him saying he was lying because "They only sell handlebars". No body would believe him except me( I was there) so It could be some reason they didnt put logos on . Probably a prototype if not,could be a fake
GT definitely made BMX bikes in the late 70s and early 80s. I very much remember deciding between a CookBrothers or a GT for racing when I was 10.
I don't think gt ever made a bmx frame, but should it have, it would be one of a kind to celebrate something, for instance a racer that finished first. So they designed it for a purpose. I would advice you to get informed whether or not this is a gt bmx frame.
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