GJS, a BMX manufacturing company started by George Utterback in 1978. GJS stands for the first names of George, his racer son, Jeff, and his other son, Scott. The company innovated new standards in bicycle manufacturing by, among other things, being the first to use tubes for gussets instead of flat metal. Some of the top riders in the sport rode GJS bikes, including Stu Thomsen, Bob Haro, and Clint Miller.
GJS decals are authorized by Jeff Utterback and a donation on each sale will be made to Ma's Top O' The World Senior Animal Rescue. The rescue, a 501c3, takes care of senior and special needs animals. They bring them to their loving hideaway or find appropriate foster homes where they are safe, loved and provided all of the care and dignity they deserve for the rest of their lives.