DIG BMX sat down with Chase Hawk and picked his brain a bit. Learn some more about the man.
A traditional clutch-based coaster hub design that eliminates all of the problematic elements on ordinary hubs and only keeps the parts that work. A new, super-strong axle, bearing configuration, and drag mechanism design stops the need for constant repairs. Equipped with external slack adjustment (can be adjusted without removing the rear wheel), and a plastic hub guard. Patents pending. Shipping now worldwide.
- Sean Sexton Signature
- Super-durable bearing arrangement throughout
- Maximum strength axle design
- Unique external slack adjustment feature
- Super-durable drag mechanism design
- Patents pending
- $189.99 USD Retail (Hub and Guard)
- 36-hole, 2014-T6 aluminum shell
- Female inbound axle
- 9-T Driver
- Left or right hand drive
- Compatible Hub Guard (included, but optional to use)
- 22.5 oz / 640g
Complete Wheel Options
- Laced to a Hazard Lite rim (coming soon)
Ride BMX put together this rad piece on Gary Young.
Gary Young, aka last year’s Van Doren Invitational winner and all around good dude, talks about life, his own riding, and what makes the Van Doren Invitational the great event that it is. I wanted to show that Gary’s every day riding isn’t far from what he does at an event, so went to one of the oldest public parks in San Diego and he carved out a few of his typical lines…
Mike Curley is getting the Odyssey hookup through IMG Distribution in England. Peep the bike check and some dialed clips.
Filmed and edited by Tom Pickup
I’ll say it, this is the best video I’ve ever made. Matt does tech tricks nobody’s doing, he does big shit, he flows soooo good, and he’s got a smile on his face the whole time. Seriously though, what more could you ask for? Matt put in a ton of work for this one, and I couldn’t be more stoked on how it turned out. Enjoy!
Want to learn how to do a full 360 degree rotation without the use of special effects or bicycle ramp trickery? Well, you’re in luck because Ride BMX and Broc Raiford will walk you through the steps. Turn your head, bend your legs, and swoop up those pedals. Soon, you too shall have the pleasure of viewing your surroundings in one simple bunnyhop.
We had such a good time on our last QBP trip we decided to do another. This time around we loaded Tom Dugan, Jacob Cable, Travis Hughes, and Justin Spriet into the Sprinter and cruised SoCal spots for a week. As you might expect with Southern California, the weather was awesome and the spots were plentiful, and with conditions like that of course everybody killed it. Also Jacob Cable did what must certainly be one of the best nose manuals ever done, so hit play and enjoy. Huge thanks to QBP for making this one possible!
June 26th 2015 – After 4 incredible and positive events, we are sorry to inform everyone that this year’s Texas Toast Jam has been called off.
A few variables beyond our control lead us to this decision, but the bottom line is that we simply could not gather the level of sponsorship support that is required for doing the event properly. Toast is a casual jam and might appear rough around the edges, but in reality it is a lot of work, and it also takes a lot of money to make it happen. We have to pay a legit staff of builders, buy and rent equipment, offer prize money, make sure the judges have pens and cover a million other details in order to keep this international event rolling smoothly. As Odyssey employees, we also organize and manage Toast while juggling all of our everyday work for the brand. It is fair to say that Toast has always been a labor of love for everyone involved in its creation, and because of that we are committed to always doing it properly so we can give the riders, fans and supporters the event that they’ve come to love.
We are bummed that the stars did not align for Toast this year, but there is always 2016. Our fingers are crossed.
- Odyssey Department of Toast
*Any serious inquiries for potential 2016 event support, please email – email@example.com
*Hit up Ride BMX for news on NORA CUP.
Our newest AM Justin Spriet possesses the rare ability of being able to slay anything in front of him. Street, Dirt, Park.. you name it. Take a look at the bike he uses to accomplish such feats.
FRAME: Fit Savage
FORK: Fit Fk
BARS: Fit Vandlebars
STEM: Fit High Top
HEADSET: Odyssey Pro
GRIPS: Odyssey Gary Young 2
SEAT: Odyssey Monogram, Tripod
SEAT POST: Odyssey Tripod
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolts
SPROCKET: Odyssey La Guardia
PEDALS: Odyssey JCPC
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
TIRES: Odyssey Tom Dugan
RIMS: Odyssey 7KA
FRONT HUB: Odyssey Antigram
BACK HUB: Primo Freecoaster
PEGS: GSport Pleg 2
HUB GUARD: GSport GLAND MKIV