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Tom Dugan:
Bike Check

Check out this sexy beast. Tom Dugan’s bikes are always dialed and this one is no exception. Head over to RideBMX.com to check it out.

George Boyd:
Bike Check

George made the big move to California recently and Ride BMX caught up with him to check out his current ride. Click on over to check it out.

Stephen Campbell (Staff):
Bike Check

FRAME: Sunday Broadcaster, 20.75β€³ TT
BARS: Odyssey Double Space Bars
GRIPS: Flatware Cufflink
BAR ENDS: Odyssey Par Ends
STEM: Sunday Freeze
HEADSET: Odyssey Sealed
FORKS: Odyssey R32
SPROCKET: Odyssey C-512, 30t
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 175mm
PEDALS: Odyssey Trailmix
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
TIRE (F): Odyssey Hawk 2.4″
RIM (F): GSport Birdcage
HUB (F): GSport Marmoset
TIRE (R): Odyssey Hawk 2.1″
RIM (R): GSport Birdcage
HUB (R): GSport Ratchet, 9-T
SEAT: Odyssey Gary Young Principal
SEAT POST: Sunday Toothy Post

Double Spacebar handlebars
Sunday Broadcaster frame
R32 forks and G-Sport Marmoset hub
Chase Hawk tire (whitewall prototype)
G-Sport Birdcage rims
G-Sport Ratchet hub (9-T)
Gary Young Principal saddle
Thunderbolt Cranks
Trailmix pedals
Walter, Penny and Stephen

Our Midnight Blue kit looks good and Stephen’s bike is proof. Click around above to check it out.

Midnight Blue is available throughout the year so hit up your local bike shop and favorite mail orders to get some!

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Broc Raiford:
Bike Check
Q&A

Hit up RideBMX.com for the full scoop on what Broc’s riding these days and a little scoop into what he’s got planned in the near future.

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Tom Dugan:
Bike Check

Dugan’s got a new whip and as always, it’s looking real good. Click and drag to check out the pics!

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Dave King:
Bike Check

Dave King is a trail connoisseur and we’re psyched to be flowing him some parts. Hit up QBMX for the full bike check!

Available Now:
Midnight Blue Kit

If you recall Chase Hawk’s bike from a little while back, than you will recognize this Midnight Blue color which is available now. This Midnight Blue color has a matte finish and looks awesome!

The kit includes the following parts:

Evo 2 Brakes
Monolever (short & medium)
Thunderbolt Cranks – RHD 175mm
Chase Hawk Sprocket – 25, 28, 30
R-25 & R-32 Forks
Cufflinks grips
Aaron Ross grips
Chase Hawk grips
Aaron Ross Double Spacebar
Trailmix pedals
Aerospace rims

Available now through QBP, SBS, Custom Cycle, J&B & Full Factory.

Aaron Ross:
Bike Check

Sunday just posted Aaron’s latest bike and it’s loaded with all sorts of goodies from us.

Frame: Sunday Funday 20.75β€³
Fork: Odyssey R-32
Headset: Odyssey
Stem: Odyssey Lincoln stem
Bars: Odyssey Double Space Bar
Grips: Odyssey Aaron Ross
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolts 175mm
Sprocket: Odyssey Chase Hawk 28
Chain: Odyssey Blue Bird
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC
Seat Clamp: Sunday Slim
Seat Post: Sunday Toothy Post
Seat: Odyssey Aaron Ross Principal
Front Rim: G-Sport Birdcage
Front Hub: G-Sport Marmoset
Front Tire: Odyssey Aaron Ross
Rear Rim: G-Sport Birdcage
Rear Hub: G-Sport Ratchet
Rear Tire: Odyssey Aaron Ross
Hubguard: G-Sport Ratchet
Levers: Odyssey medium (not shown)
Brakes: Odyssey Evo II (not shown)
Cables: Odyssey Quick Slic (not shown)

Aaron Ross:
Bike Check

FRAME: Sunday Funday, 20.75β€³
FORK: Odyssey R-32
BARS: Odyssey Double Spacebar
STEM: Odyssey Lincoln
HEADSET: Sealed Headset
LEVER: Odyssey Monolever, Small
CABLE: Odyssey Linear Slic Kable
BRAKE: Odyssey Evo 2
BRAKE PADS: Odyssey Slim x 4
GRIPS: Odyssey Aaron Ross
TIRE (F): Odyssey Aaron Ross Tire, 2.3″
TIRE (R): Odyssey Aaron Ross Tire, 2.1″
RIMS: Odyssey Seven K-A
HUB (F): Odyssey Vandero 2
HUB (R): Odyssey V3 Cassette, 9t
SPROCKET: Odyssey C-512, 28t
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 175mm
PEDALS: Odyssey Twisted PC
SEAT: Odyssey Aaron Ross Principal
SEAT POST: Sunday Toothy Post
SEAT CLAMP: Odyssey Mr. Clampy

Double Space Bar, Aaron grips, Lincoln stem & Monolevers
Lincoln stem
R-32 forks, Vandero 2 hub, Seven K-A rim & Ross tires
Thunderbolt cranks, C-512 sprocket, Twisted PC pedals, Evo II brake

Here’s Aaron‘s current bike, as seen in The Sequel. It’s modeled after one of his signature completes from Sunday. Click around the flipbook for more pics!

Side Note: When Aaron mentioned he wanted to grind up this rail, I figured he meant an ice or a tooth, certainly not a double peg. The rail’s so short, both his pegs had to land on the curves to make it possible. It happened so fast, I wasn’t sure if they were hitting at the same time and he must’ve done it at least 10 times before we finally timed the photo right.

Tom Dugan:
Bike Check

Tom just got a new bike and his house just got a new pair of sunglasses.
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