The Evo II brake is the industry leading U-brake. Comes with Odyssey’s convenient double lugged straddle cable, custom curved cable hanger and an array of hardware for adapting the brake to every possible set-up.
Extremely light weight plastic bodies eliminate the need for bearings and allow for a spindle that is significantly stronger than normal. Metal pins make the pedal very grippy, and the pedal will still function normally when pins are removed from one side for grind tricks.
Instead of replacing the whole pedal, Pedal Body Halves are easy and inexpensive to replace.
The easiest and fastest brake cable to install. A straight pull from the built in cable hanger improves performance, too.
Building a replica of Gary’s bike may not automatically qualify you for an X Games Gold, but having the right tools for the job sure doesn’t hurt. Here’s what Gary’s flying around on these days. All photos by Walter Pieringer.
Darryl is hands down one of the best dudes you’ll ever encounter. He recently put together this bike check with Props and to go along with it is not only some awesome riding but also roughly twopages worth of thanks to everyone who helped chip in. This is Darryl’s first new bike in 13 years and we’re proud to have had a hand in putting it all together.
Frame: FBM Gypsy (21.25?)
Fork: Odyssey Director
Bars: Terrible One 8.0
Stem: Odyssey Elementary
Grips: Odyssey Gary Young
Barends: Odyssey Par Ends
Seat: Odyssey Veteran
Cranks: Profile 180
Sprocket: Terrible One- Logan’s Run
Chain: The Shadow Conspiracy
Brakes: Odyssey EVO 2
Cable: Odyssey Slick
Brake Lever: Odyssey Monolever, Trigger
Front Tire: Odyssey Mike Aitken Knobby 2.125?
Front Wheel: Profile hub / Odyssey Hazard lite Rim 36 / Odyssey Red, White and Blue Spokes
Rear Tire: Odyssey Mike Aitken 1.90?
Rear Wheel: Profile hub / Odyssey Hazard Lite Rim 36 / Odyssey Red, White and Blue Spokes
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC
Pegs: None at the moment (but will be Terrible One)
Valve caps: Bullet shells from 9th Street’s very own Big Rob
The following products are now available in Matte Kelly Green:
Director CS2 Fork
Race Fork Classic
Aaron Ross Spacebars
Gary Young bars
Vandero 2 hub
V3 Cassette hub
Hazard Lite rim
Evo 2 brakes
Monolever in Medium & Small
Linear SLS cable
Twisted PC pedals
Chase Hawk C-512 sprocket
Sealed Mid bottom bracket
Aaron Ross grip
Adam Banton grip
Chase Hawk grip
Gary Young grip
Jimmy Levan grip
Matt Beringer grip
Director CS2 and Race Fork CS2
Hazard Lite and Quadrant rims, Vandero 2 and V3 Cassette hubs
Vandero 2 and V3 Cassette hubs
Twisted PC pedals, Twombolt cranks, C-512 sprocket and Sealed Mid BB
Monolevers in Small and Medium, Evo 2 brake and Linear SLS Kable
Aaron Ross Spacebars, Lumberjacks and Gary Young 3 bars
All signature grips and Griswald
Our latest color kit is Matte Kelly Green and it’s AVAILABLE NOW! Contact your local shops and mail-orders to load up on ’em.
We now have Gary Young grips in red and white. They feature a classic ribbed pattern that’s spaced and sized in a way which gives them a cozy, worn-in feel, right out of the box! Contact your local shops or mail-orders to get a pair.
FRAME: MacNeil, Gary Young
BARS: Odyssey, Gary Young
GRIPS: Odyssey, Gary Young
STEM: Odyssey Classic Front Loader
HEADSET: Odyssey Integrated, low-stack height
FORK: Odyssey Director
TIRE (F): Odyssey Path, Tanwall and Red, 2.1″
RIM (F): G-Sport Ribcage, 36h
HUB (F): G-Sport Marmoset
TIRE (R): Odyssey Path, Tanwall and Red, 2.1″
RIM (R): G-Sport Ribcage, 36h
HUB (R): G-Sport Ratchet, 9t
CRANKS: Odyssey Twombolts, 175mm
PEDALS: Odyssey JCPC, B&W
SPROCKET: Prototype, 28t
CHAIN: KMC Z
SEAT: MacNeil Pivotal
SEAT CLAMP: Integrated
LEVER: Odyssey Modulever, medium
GYRO: GTX-R, Aluminum
BRAKE: Odyssey Evo II
The orange is gone and flat black is back. He’s still rocking some flair though with the red tanwalls we introduced earlier this year and some blue G-Sports rims. Click around the flipbook above to check out what Gary’s riding at the X-Games!
FRAME: Subrosa Pandora, 20.5″
FORKS: Odyssey Race
BARS: Odyssey Lumberjacks
GRIPS: Odyssey Gary Grips
BAR ENDS: Odyssey Par Ends
SEAT: Odyssey Veteran
SEAT POST: A beefy one?
CRANKS: Odyssey Twombolts, 175mm
SPROCKET: Odyssey Vermont, 28t
CHAIN: KMC 410, Heavy
PEDALS: Odyssey Trail Mix
RIMS: Odyssey Hazard Lite
FRONT HUB: Odyssey Vandero
REAR HUB: Odyssey Hazard Cassette V3
FRONT TIRE: Fit Foldable
REAR TIRE: Revenge Fatty
STOPPIES: Odyssey Monolever, Linear Slic Kable and Evo II
GRINDERS: “Old Hoffman Pegs? I don’t know. Yes.”
MODS: “Bars cut, Odyssey stickers equipped, Torn ACL engaged!”
“Mario shreds New Mexico terrain all day, all long. He just recently dialed in his new Brosnasnu Pandora with a bunch of fresh ODSY goodies so he decided to shred and get some photos with his new set up. What he didn’t plan on doing after dialing in a new bike was un-dialing his knee… Mario recently got broke off on a toothhanger gone wrong with a case of regretful footdown… Mario’s part of the knee club now and he’s now awaiting more doctor visits and surgery. I don’t know the full extent of his messed up knee but he should be back up and healthy in about 6 weeks… Get well brotherrrrrrr!” – Alex Bermudez