Gary Young has been repping Odyssey for many years and he doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Here’s his kick ass section from our 30•15 video.
2015 marks Odyssey’s 30 year anniversary, and to celebrate we put together 30•15 with sections from the entire Odyssey team. We’ve been filming for this thing the whole year and are stoked to finally get to share it with you.
Using our popular SXTN stem as a springboard, Aaron Ross’ signature BOSS stem is a classic top load design with 52mm of reach and a 35mm rise.
Watch this quick video to learn more about Tom Dugan’s signature stem. Available now!
Using our popular SXTN stem as a springboard, we updated Tom Dugan’s signature stem with a classic top load design. The DGN stem has 51mm of reach and a 28mm rise.
Watch this quick video to learn more about our Broc Raiford signature RAFT stem. Available now!
One of the most important goals that we had when we sat down to work on new braking designs was to make the whole system easier to install (and remove) without sacrificing performance. We also wanted to be sure that every component would be very affordable too.
The Ghost Pad addresses the hassles of brake pad installation by eliminating the traditional dome shaped washers used for toe-in. The pad improves stiffness by building the toe-in into the pad shape and utilizing a solid extruded aluminum frame at its core. The Ghost Pad’s assembly consists of simply lining it up with the rim and tightening down an M6 female bolt.
Comes stock on our Springfield Brake.
Watch as Jim Bauer walks you through the installation process for our Socket Drive™ Thunderbolt cranks and corresponding sprocket.
For those who might be unfamiliar… In a nutshell, the Socket Drive™ system is a 9 sided interface which eliminates the need for a sprocket bolt. The sprocket itself is machined so there is no need for a sprocket insert of any kind. The two work great together. In addition to OUR OWN sprocket offerings, other BMX brands have released Socket Drive™ compatible sprockets as well.
Matt Nordstrom just spent a few days up in Toronto with Brandon Webster, and despite a busy schedule of riding street, eating really good food, and chillin on the lake, they still found time for a couple quick Joyride sessions.