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2013 Meatball

Urban discipline. If it has no gears or brake cables, it must be a fixie, right? Wrong. Devoid of anything that gets in the way of your riding, the Meatball hides all the good stuff in the rear hub. With two speeds and a coaster brake hidden from plain sight, you get the clean look of a fixed gear with all the awesome features of a city bike.

"Logic and simplicity. Same cool fixie look with a simple frame and flat, gray paint, but with the addition of two gears, a brake, no cables and no thinking — so you can fit in yet go faster. The rear hub, using the centrifugal clutch of the SRAM Automatix 2-speed hub, reads your speed and shifts automatically into the higher gear when you hit about 10 mph. The big gear allows for a fast cruising speed. To manually downshift for hill climbing, just coast momentarily; it'll downshift. The auto-shift quickly becomes second nature."

--Roy M. Wallack, L.A. Times

Frame: GT Meatball triple triangle frame, track ends with replaceable steel reinfoced plates
Fork: GT Baller street fork with alloy steeler, alloy blades
Chain: KMC Z510
Crank: FSA Vero Track crank 46t alloy ring
Bottom Bracket: Tange Seiki ultra light sealed cartridge
Pedals: GT Nylon platforms
Cog Set: SRAM 21t
Rims: GT Baller 30mm tall aero
Tires: Schwalbe Kojak 700x35c slicks
Hubs: GT Mohawk high flanged sealed bearing, track nutz
Rear Hub: SRAM Automatix 2spd auto shifting coaster brake hub, black
Spokes: Stainless paint to match
Nipples: brass
Brake Levers: Tektro hinged
Handlebar: GT Baller Street fighter riser bar 35mmx550mm
Stem: GT 3D forged paint to match
Grips: GT Wings
Headset: Tange Seiki sealed
Saddle: GT
Seat Post: GT Alloy micro adjust
Seat Clamp: GT

*All prices and specifications subject to change without notice.
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