News Odyssey Edits

Twisted Pro with Jacob Cable and Travis Hughes

Jacob Cable and Travis Hughes gets some lines in on our Twisted Pro Pedals.

While staying true to the original Twisted PC’s style, the Twisted PRO offers a significantly larger body shape, slimmer height and more concave while still being built around a traditional loose-ball bearing configuration.

FEATURES

  • High-strength Nylon composite
  • 12 oversized pins per side
  • Traditional looseball bearings
  • Chromoly spindle
  • High-strength plastic composite
  • Wider & longer pedal body
  • Larger concave area
  • Slimmer profile

SPECS

  • 9/16″ spindle
  • 104mm Width
  • 98mm Length
  • 14.6 oz (pair)

Litehouse Rim with Dugan and Nordstrom

The Odyssey Litehouse Rim is both light and strong, with super-thick angled sidewalls to minimize the risk of damage when you hang up. The rim features a wider cross-section than normal to compliment modern tire widths. Designed as a semi-brakeless rim that can be run front or rear. When brakes are used, be sure to adjust the pads so they avoid making contact with the tire’s sidewall, as usual.

Features & Specs

  • Precision welded joint
  • 6000 series aluminum
  • Width: 35mm
  • Height: 21mm
  • ERD: 388mm
  • Weight: 475 grams (16oz)

[ P A S S A G E W A Y S ]

Earlier this year I brainstormed with the guys over at Odyssey about video project ideas for 2017. We agreed on doing a concept-based video to switch things up from the traditional web edit style. Mike Mastroni was brought into the picture as our filmer and to help us make a decision on what the most interesting concept would be. Ultimately, we chose to do a video composed entirely of riding spots we could find in Long Beach alleyways. Mastroni and I live smack dab in the middle of a plethora of alley spots, so we got to work quick and filmed for about 2 weeks.

I can speak for us both when I say that we had a blast filming for this video and I hope you all enjoy what we created! Special thanks to Mike Mastroni and Nuno Oliveira for making this all possible!

– Broc Raiford

HUGO BOSS BTS

How did the Odyssey team end up in a Hugo Boss ad campaign? What is even going on here? We’re not really sure either, but here’s some behind the scenes footage if you want even more questions.

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Nollie Crankflip w/ Justin Spriet

Let Odyssey PRO Justin Spriet teach you the ways of the nollie crank flip.

Courtesy of Ride BMX.

Summer of Spriet

We hope everyone had as much fun riding street this summer as Justin did. This new video part he wrapped up starts off heavy, and ends even heavier. Enjoy.

Edited by Francis Castro.
Filmed by Francis Castro and Walter Pieringer.

RE-UP:
Travis Hughes Welcome Video

We dropped this video earlier this year when Travis got the bump to pro.

You re-watch now.

Odyssey VS. Miami

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.

View the Photo Journal at DigBMX.com →

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Broc Raiford’s RAFT Stem

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

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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