GT Palomar Mountain Bike - Black
Not really. I'm into bicycles, not basketball. And I'm a strapping six-footer.
But one thing I wish had been a little bit taller was this GT Palomar mountain bike.
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Because it was black, with just enough chips in the paint to make it mean. It was aggressive, with big knobby tires and fiery red-and-yellow GT graphics. And it had that stunning feat of engineering and design called the GT Triple Triangle frame.
This GT Palomar didn't just look evil. It felt amazing. Rock solid. Tight. Simple. No gummed-up thumb shifters, no squishy suspension fork. It was a quick, lightweight, responsive heavy metal machine.
But it was too damned short. So off it went. To a taller guy, oddly enough.
Scroll down for some photos that don't do this GT justice.