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Twitter Bike (Check)

FRAME: Sunday Funday 20.75
FORK: Odyssey R32
BARS: Odyssey Double Spacebar
STEM: Odyssey Classic Front Load
HEADSET: Odyssey Sealed
LEVER: Odyssey Monolever, Medium
CABLE: Odyssey Linear Slic Kable
BRAKE: Odyssey Evo 2
BRAKE PADS: Odyssey Slim x 4
GRIPS: Odyssey Aaron Ross
TIRES: Odyssey Aaron Ross
RIMS: Odyssey Hazard Lite, 36-H
HUB (F): Odyssey Vandero 2
HUB (R): Odyssey V3 Cassette, 9t
SPROCKET: Odyssey Chainwheel, 28t
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 175mm
SEAT: Odyssey Aaron Ross Principal
SEAT POST: Odyssey Convertible
SEAT CLAMP: Odyssey Mr. Clampy Too

Double Spacebar, Aaron Ross grips, Monolever and CFL stem
Aaron Ross Principal saddle
Thunderbolt cranks, JCPC pedals and Chainwheel sprocket
Evo 2 brakes with Quik Slic Linear Kable
R32 forks, Vandero 2 hub, Hazard Lite rims and Aaron Ross tires

Aaron announced the rules for the Twitter Bike contest yesterday and now here’s a flipbook showing you guys all the parts that come with it. Good luck to everyone trying to win this thing!

Click HERE for full contest details.

Aaron Ross Ad/Wallpaper



Here’s our latest print ad featuring Aaron Ross with a kinked rail-ride to whip. If you click the photo to see it large and up-close, you’ll notice skate-stops along the whole rail! Yowza. Download the wallpaper and set it as your desktop.

The sprockets in the ad are our Burlington and Chainwheel. Both are available now!

In other Aaron Ross news, hit up Defgrip for some random pics from his iPhone.

Custom Mac Icons

We whipped up some desktop icons for Mac users to enjoy. This batch includes all of our sprockets that are currently available, excluding the Burlington in Fire Engine Red. Watch the video above to learn how to use these icons and click here to download.

There’ll be more batches down the road, including PC versions as well!

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The Chainwheel Sprocket

The CHAINWHEEL sprocket uses the new Incisor teeth profile. The look of the CHAINWHEEL should be obvious to anyone who rode bikes anytime before the last 10 years. Sprockets used to be made of two separate parts, the chainring and the spider. They were usually connected by 5 bolts, for quicker gearing changes at the racetrack. These days riders usually commit to a gear ratio, so a solid sprocket is stronger, lighter and smaller. We still liked the look, so we brought it back in the CHAINWHEEL. Like the chainrings its modeled after, you will have a range of sizes, including 25, 27, 28.

Available now in Black/Silver, Red/Silver, Gold/Silver and Blue/Silver.

Here’s an all new sprocket with a throwback look. Click around the flipbook above to get a closer look.

These are available now in Black/Silver, Blue/Silver, Red/Silver and Gold/Silver. They’re great for your bike and may or may not double as a lens filter for your camera.

Gary Young Bike Check!

Gary Young

Gary Young picked up a new frame sponsor pretty quickly and he’s now officially on Sunday Bikes! JC put up a bike check for Gary so head over there and check it out.

Odyssey Video on

Click Here to Download the Video expanded their website for this year’s interbike and they’re bringing you semi-live updates, straight from an iPhone! Above is a video with Jim Bauer talking about some of the stuff we have around in the booth. Check for other interbike updates!

Interbike 2009

If you’re at Interbike this year, make sure to swing by our booth! It’s the large pink and purple cube in the BMX section.

This gallery will give you a quick peek at all the stuff we’re debuting this year. More photos and info coming soon!

Interbike is in full swing and we’ll be posting updates and debuting new products throughout the week. Above is a little taste of some of the things we brought to the big show.

Nuno’s bike check overspill

FRAME: Sunday Model-D 21″
FORK: Sunday Morning 2.1
BARS: Sunday Triumph
STEM: Odyssey Classic Toploader
HEADSET: Odyssey Sealed
GRIPS: Odyssey Chase Hawk
BARENDS: Odyssey Par Ends
CLAMP: Mr. Clampy
SEATPOST: Odyssey Intac
SEATS: Odyssey Senior 2
PEDALS: Odyssey Trailmix, Looseball
CRANKS: Odyssey Twombolts, 175mm, RHD
SPROCKET: Odyssey Prototype, 28t
CHAIN: Generic
HUB (FRONT): Odyssey Vandero 2, 36h
RIM (FRONT): Odyssey Hazard Lite, 36H
TIRE (FRONT): Aitken, Tanwall, 2.25″
HUB (REAR): GSport Ratchet, 10t, 36h
RIM (REAR): Gsport Ribcage, 48H
TIRE (REAR): Path, Tanwall, 1.85″
SPOKES: Odyssey Aftermarket, Stainless

When not breaking collarbones, Nuno‘s been tearing up the trails lately on a Sunday Model D. Jim Cielencki put up his bike check the other day over at Sunday Bikes and there were a handful of extra photos. Instead of letting them collect gigadust in my harddrive, we decided to do an overspill. In case you didn’t know, silver’s the new black and it’s bringing sexy back. The previous sentence may or may not be deleted with time.