Our latest parts kit is available now. Pomegranate! As you can see from the photos, its a deep pomegranate color but with a speckled finish that looks awesome.
Get ‘em while they’re ripe and juicy.
Our latest color kit is Matte Kelly Green and it’s AVAILABLE NOW! Contact your local shops and mail-orders to load up on ‘em.
The first bike up on the list is Aaron Ross’ Orange! Safety Orange is the new colorway we have lined up. The only part we have available right now for sale is the Aaron Ross Grip but you can expect everything else to come trickling in later this year.
One other thing that’s new in this bike check is Aaron Ross’ signature tire! It keeps the keyboard theme of all his other signature parts and the thread pattern are inverted keys which spell out some fun messages from Aaron Ross and a handful from the contest we held last year (we’ll be announcing the winners soon). Click around the flipbook above for more photos and a complete parts list!
Ride UK is holding a contest to give away one of the 20 Sunday x Etnies x Odyssey bikes. To win, all you have to head over to their site and answer the question. It’s pretty easy and this bike check might even help you out a little…
Click around the flipbook above for the full parts list. Available now in Mint Green are Vandero 2 hubs, Hazard Lite rims, Evo II brakes, Monolever and the Aaron Ross Veteran Saddle in Herringbone!
If you haven’t seen the Triple Shot video series yet, clicking here would be a good start.
Vital BMX just put up a video bike check with Adam Banton!
To match Aaron’s new Funday frame, we now have our Director and Spacebar forks available in Watermelon Green. It makes for a refreshing summer treat that’s healthy and fun for the entire family. Contact your local shops and mail orders now!
Adam Banton just sent us some new pics of his bike. The theme is freestyle and the white tanwall rims are in full effect. If the fist of post rule looks like it’s being violated, that’s because Morgan Wade dropped his seat for him so could learn decades and opposite whips. Lowering it has helped a lot and it doesn’t look like it’ll be coming up again any time soon; “You don’t mess with someone who looped Mt. Baldy.”
Click around the flipbook above to get fresh.
Keep up with Adam via twitter.com/adambanton!
Oh and if you want to learn how to Luc-E grind, watch Adam’s how-to video.
Adam Banton shot a bunch of pics of his bike recently and sent it over to us. It’s looking rather devilish with the all black and splash of red scheme he has going on. Click around the flipbook above to see what parts he’s running and hit up the Q&A below to learn a little more about his setup and what he’s been getting into lately.