Mikey’s got a new whip!
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Dec 15, 2011 • Bike Checks, Team
Nov 16, 2011 • Bike Checks, Team
Nov 11, 2011 • Team, Videos
Video Bike Check
Oct 24, 2011 • Bike Checks, Team
Each time Eric builds a bike, it’s pretty much a guarantee that it’s going to look good.
Oct 17, 2011 • Bike Checks, Team Jim Cielencki Bike Check
Check out Jim C’s latest Sunday that’s loaded with Odyssey/G-Sport parts including his signature JCPC pedals, our new Thunderbolt cranks, MDS sprocket, Monolever/Evo 2/Quik Slic brake setup and Path tires.
Aug 23, 2011 • Team
Tom Perry’s bike is all chrome these days and he hooked us up with some pics to check out the shine.
FRAME: Fit Wifi, 20.5″
FORKS: Fit Shiv II
STEM: Fit Aitken
BARS: Fit Sky High
GRIPS: Fit Tech
BAR ENDS: Odyssey Par Ends
HEADSET: Odyssey Sealed
CRANKS: Odyssey Twombolts, 170mm
BOTTOM BRACKET: Odyssey
PEDALS: Odyssey JCPC (best pedal known to man)
SPROCKET: Odyssey MDS, 27t
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
SEAT: Odyssey Senior 2, Herringbone
SEATPOST: Odyssey Convertible
TIRE (F): Odyssey Aitken, 2.25″
RIM (F): G-Sport Rollcage
HUB (F): G-Sport Marmoset
TIRE (R): Odyssey Path, 2.1″
RIM (R): G-Sport Rollcage
HUB (R): G-Sport Ratchet
Jun 24, 2011 • Bike Checks, Team
Here’s Mike Aitken‘s current bike, loaded with our latest goods.
Click around the gallery to check it out.
Mar 23, 2011 • Bike Checks
Feb 12, 2011 • Bike Checks, Team Jim Cielencki bike check & update
Jim C has a pretty sweet bike check and photo gallery up over at ESPN. In it, he talks about his 24″ Model C and what it’s like riding it and switch back and forth between the 20″.
I know you ride your Sunday cruiser more than a regular 20″ bike nowadays. Is there a specific reason for this? To be honest, I go back and forth between the 20″ and 24″ throughout the year. I run a BMX bike company, so I should have experience in both bikes. Before I started riding this bike in October, I rode my 20″ for a whole year straight. For me, it’s difficult to switch between the two just because the 24″ makes the 20″ feel small. The main reason why I ride the 24″ is that I like the idea of taking something you already know how to do and making it different. It’s like riding bigger stair sets or steeper rails, you want the challenge of taking something you already know and making it different or more difficult.
Click HERE to check it out.
Jan 31, 2011 • Bike Checks, Team Chase Hawk Bike Check
It’s been a while since we last did a bike check with Chase Hawk. His bike is orange these days and loaded with our latest stuff, including his new signature sprocket! One other cool thing to note about Chase’s bike is his drive-train is manly! 180mm Twombolts, 30t C-512 sprocket and a 9t cog on his V3 Cassette. His bike is setup for speed and blasting high.