News Odyssey Edits

VIDEO:
Odyssey x QBP at The Wheel Mill and Ray’s

With the help of our favorite US distributor QBP, we took Odyssey’s top ramp riders – Tom Dugan, Gary Young, Justin Spriet, Broc Raiford, and Preston Okert – to two of the best indoor parks in the country, the Wheel Mill and Ray’s. Naturally, with these guys ripping those parks, we came back with a killer video. Enjoy!

VIDEO:
Aaron Ross
Still Standing

Armed with a trick list to tackle and a roommate who films, Aaron Ross hit the streets of Texas with Dan Coller over the course of 6 months. 1 quick trip to California later and we have Still Standing. They don’t call him the Bossman for nothing. Enjoy!

Shot/Edit: Dan Coller
Screenshot: Ryan Fudger / Ride BMX

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Odyssey London

Gary Young, Broc Raiford, Justin Spriet, Travis Hughes, Tariq Haouche, Olly Rendle, and Brad McNicol took to the streets of London and THREW DOWN on unique UK spots. Huge thanks to IMG Distribution for all the hospitality, our killer tour guide Toby Goodyear, and all the rad locals we rode with!

ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY
#VoteOdyssey

WHICH TEAM ARE YOU WITH?

Our final videos are LIVE and voting starts today!

All Odyssey and Sunday team riders visited the Providence, RI house whenever they wanted, all summer long. Odyssey and Sunday each produced a video with all their best footage.You vote for your favorite video, and the team with the most votes wins a trip anywhere in the world.

You can vote once a day until December 1st.

ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY features riding from Broc Raiford, Gary Young, Justin Spriet, Matt Nordstrom, Tommy Dugan, Travis Hughes, Jacob Cable, Aaron Ross, Alec Siemon, Brett Silva, Chris Childs, Erik Elstran, Jake Seeley, Mark Burnett, Jared Duncan, and Julian Arteaga.

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ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY
HD Trailer

Two teams.
One trip anywhere in the world.
You decide.

Videos and voting go live 11/24/17.

Featuring Broc Raiford, Gary Young, Justin Spriet, Matt Nordstrom, Tommy Dugan, Travis Hughes, Jacob Cable, Aaron Ross, Alec Siemon, Brett Silva, Chris Childs, Erik Elstran, Jake Seeley, Mark Burnett, Jared Duncan, and Julian Arteaga.

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ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY
VX Edit #4

The fourth and final ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY VX edit might be our strongest yet, and remember the best is yet to come – both teams WENT IN for their HD edits dropping this fall, and you’ll vote on those to decide which team wins a trip anywhere in the world.

This month’s VX video was edited by Jake Seeley and filmed by and starring Chris Childs, Justin Spriet, Brett Silva, Matt Nordstrom, Erik Elstran, Travis Hughes, Aaron Ross, Mark Burnett, Broc Raiford, Jake Seeley, Jared Duncan, Rob Starbird, and John Mayo.

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ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY
VX Edit #3

Odyssey and Sunday are proud to present the third ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY VX edit, made entirely by our team riders in Providence, RI. This month’s video was lovingly edited by Justin Spriet and was filmed by and stars Justin, Jared Duncan, Alec Siemon, Travis Hughes, Mark Burnett, and John Mayo. You already know everybody killed it.

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ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY
VX Edit #2

Odyssey and Sunday are proud to present the latest ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY VX video, masterfully edited by Erik Elstran and filmed by and starring Erik, Mark Burnett, Broc Raiford, Jake Seeley, Chris Childs, Gary Young, Brett Silva, Brandon Webster, Tom Dugan, John Mayo, and Jacob Sanger. Everyone’s already hard at work on the next one, and filming for the HD videos is going incredibly well. Stay tuned…

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ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY
In the Kitchen

Catch up with the Odyssey and Sunday crews as they make breakfast, try to figure out which team Gary is on (hint: it’s Odyssey), and discuss Sunday’s current footage lead. There’s still 5 more weeks to film!

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Brandon Webster 2017

Brandon Webster is a proud Canadian, devout fisherman, hard worker, and incredible bike rider. Even with a full-time job and hours spent on the lake daily, Brandon still found time to film this killer video, traveling when he could and steadily stacking clips in locations as far flung as Austin, Miami, and Southern California. Brandon’s riding is a fantastic mix of tech and burly, and even his most tech moves are landed with such authority that they almost seem burly. Clips don’t always come easy for Brandon, but his determination sees him through, and I’m sure you’ll agree this part is well worth all the time and effort he’s put into it.