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Odyssey VS. Miami / Dig Photo Journal Posted by Francis on May 30, 2016

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Make sure to check out Dig’s Photo Journal of our Miami trip with words and photos from Andrew White:

Walter was in the lead ski boat with the guide so that he could film the group. So he and the irate guide watched as half of the boats idled with little idea of what the fuck was going on, while one boat, captained by the very 17 year old Travis Hughes was going nuts. He was hauling ass at the rest of us, zig zagging in and out, and generally disrupting shit. And he was having a blast. We realized the tour was basically a lost cause and were mentally trying to pick up the pieces and figure out just what these guides had intended. At a certain point I looked over at the ski boat and saw the guide with his hands in a choke-hold around Walter’s camera.

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Odyssey VS. Miami Posted by Walter on May 27, 2016

 
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Presented by Odyssey:

Miami. What a crazy place. The entire Odyssey team spent a week in this outrageous palm tree and concrete jungle, and every day was a struggle. Tom Dugan, who’s back was already tweaked prior to the trip, had his bike stolen the first day. Jacob Cable fell deathly ill and was bedridden for most of the trip. Our Airbnb host tried to steal our bike rack, and our jet ski tour guide lost his shit when we were, according to him, being too reckless on the jet skis (he worries too much and also needs to chill). And we got kicked out of a lot of spots. And not just kicked out, but brutally screamed at and degraded, or even physically attacked. But the Odyssey team will not be stopped. These guys rode as hard as they could every day, banded together against those trying to prevent us from doing our thing, and filmed a damn fine video, even in the face of so much adversity. Enjoy!

Featuring Aaron Ross, Brandon Webster, Broc Raiford, Gary Young, Justin Spriet, Jacob Cable, Matt Nordstrom, and Travis Hughes.

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Broc Raiford’s RAFT Stem Posted by Francis on May 2, 2016

 
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Presented by Odyssey:

Hit play to hear Broc talk you through his signature RAFT stem, which is available now.

FEATURES

  • Six bolt clamping configuration
  • Headset pre-load bolt recess (32mm diameter)
  • 6061-T6 aluminum, CNC machined

SPECS

  • 50mm reach
  • 30mm rise
  • 11.4 oz

Travis Hughes / Welcome to Odyssey Pro Posted by Walter on Apr 29, 2016

 
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Travis doesn’t know it yet, but he just got bumped up to the Odyssey pro team. Congratulations dude!

Like with most pro bumps, this was a pretty easy decision to make. Travis is so good at bikes, it can be pretty hard to comprehend sometimes. Also hard to comprehend is that Travis is still only 17 years old, especially when you realize he’s already been repping Odyssey for two years now. He’s been such an important part of our AM team, steady killing it on every trip and for every video, and it’s been a real treat watching his riding progress at such a ridiculous pace over the past couple of years. It’s been clear for a minute the time has come to turn him pro – check out his video and you’ll see what I mean. The kid’s got it.

– Walter Pieringer, Odyssey TM

Video by Sauce, photo by Chris Eiland.

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Stampy Handlebar Test Posted by Francis on Apr 26, 2016

 
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Presented by Odyssey:

As part of our mission to make the best BMX parts possible, we continue to refine the 41-Thermal® process at all stages of manufacturing. Each step in the process is held under strict scrutiny, and we continue to examine the strength and durability of all our parts.

In our previous Stampy tests, we have blown away the industry standard “EN tests” for forks and cranks, and now it’s time to take a look at handlebars. In our latest test, we have taken bars with very similar height, width, and sweep dimensions, and tried to replicate a lifetime of nose-diving into the ground and pulling up on the bars for a sprint to gain speed in a confined space.

The Stampy handlebar rig drives down on the grip sections right where your hands would be with 1000N (that is about 225 pounds of force) per side, and then pulls back up with another 1000N (225lb). It drives down at a 45 degree angle, just like you would in real life. However, unlike a real rider, the Stampy rig can do this 18,000 times per hour, for as long as it takes to break the handlebar. To get an idea of what that’s like, you can fill a backpack with bricks until you weigh 225 pounds and then attempt to do 30,000 one-arm push-ups, and 30,000 one-arm pull-ups.

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As expected, when we tested our bars against our competitor’s bars that had similar geometry, we outperformed them once again. Our worst bar was 33% better than the best of the rest, and our best bar was over 400% more durable than the worst. So remember, when you are buying bars, although they may look very similar, they are not all “the same”.

When you see how hard we push to make the best parts; to make them better and better every chance we get, it is easy to understand why our legendary lifetime warranty against bending and breaking is still around 17 years after we first introduced it. And when you see the contrast between our bars and our competitors, you can also quickly see why most of their warranties have long since been quietly canceled or modified with complicated terms and conditions that usually limit the warranty to manufacturing defects alone.

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Broc Raiford / RIDE Bmx Pro Part Posted by Nuno on Apr 20, 2016

Straight fire!! Shoutout to Ride BMX.

Graduate Peg / Available Now Posted by Francis on Apr 14, 2016

 
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Presented by Odyssey:

Our new 4.5″ plastic Graduate Pegs are available now. Fast sleeves and full 4130 core. Switch grinds brought to you by Broc Raiford.

SPECS:

    14mm with 3/8” adapter
  • Replacement sleeves sold separately
  • 4.5″ (length) x 1.5″ (outer diameter)
  • Sold individually
  • 4.5 oz (9 oz for a pair)

Spring 2016 / Wallpaper Wednesday Posted by Francis on Apr 13, 2016

Here’s a fresh batch of wallpapers inspired by our Spring 2016 Line of softgoods.

Justin Spriet / Bike Check Posted by Francis on Apr 11, 2016

Click around to check out Justin’s bike! When you’re done, make sure to give his THANKYOU section another play.

FRAME: Fit THANKYOU prototype
FORK: Fit FK 1.0
HANDLEBAR: Fit Vandle bar
STEM: Odyssey TL48
HEADSET: Odyssey Pro Conical
GRIPS: Odyssey Pursuit
SEAT: Fit Barstool
SEAT POST: Odyssey Pivotal
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolts, LHD, 175mm
SPROCKET: Odyssey La Guardia, 27t
PEDALS: Fit Mac PC
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
TIRES: Odyssey Dugan 2.3″
FRONT WHEEL: Odyssey Hazard Lite Front Wheel
(Odyssey Antigram Front Hub laced to Hazard Lite Rim)
REAR WHEEL: Odyssey Clutch Freecoaster Wheel
(Odyssey Clutch Freecoaster Hub laced to Hazard Lite Rim)
PEGS: Odyssey Graduate (Plastic)

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Full Factory / March Madness 2016 Posted by Francis on Mar 26, 2016

 
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Presented by Odyssey:

This years March Madness Warehouse Sale and Jam went down on March 19th and it was a good time. Don’t believe us? Just watch the video above. Our crew laid down some solid moves for the camera of Francis Castro, and all the days mini-events kept a smile on everyone’s face. Enjoy!