The 1998 Angletech Altitude GL63 is a 31 pound a recumbent bike with an aluminum Easton / Bauder Air Shock frame. The frame has a custom finish.
The Altitude GL63 1998 is a is a fairly heavy bike at around 30 pounds. It was released in 1998 and costs $3,999 brand new. The Altitude GL63 1998 has frame suspension with 3.75in travel.
The Altitude GL63 1998 comes with various recumbent bike components, including an adjustable Rans Tilt/Adjustable stem, a Chris King headset and grip-shift ESP shifters.
The Altitude GL63 1998 has 7 speeds and has an ESP 9. derailleur.
It comes with Schwalbe tires (20in x 1.25in) and Bontrager Mack rims.