You’ve probably seen at least one or two videos by now of Aaron Ross riding an all Orange bike. Well, if you’re interested in adding a splash of orange onto your trusty whip, you’re in luck. These guys are available now in every single part that Aaron runs!
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.”
Here’s our show bike featuring all of our new Fire Engine Red parts including our new Burlington Sprocket, a new version of Adam Banton’s grips and a prototype seatpost that can be used with Pivotal or Railed seats.
FRAME: Sunday Model D
HEADSET: Odyssey Short Stack
STEM: Classic Front Load
BAR: Gary Young bar
BAR-ENDS: Par Ends
GRIP: Adam Banton grip 2
HUB (F): G-Sport Marmoset w/Volcano Bolts
HUB (R): Ratchet Hub w/Volcano Bolts
TIRES: Aitken, Red Tanwalls
RIMS: Seven KA
SPOKES: Odyssey HGS
SEAT CLAMP: Mr. Clampy Too
SEAT POST: Prototype, Compatible with Railed and Pivotal Seats
SEAT: Senior 2, Pivotal
BRAKE: Evo 2
BRAKE PADS: Slim by Fours, Clear
CABLE: Linear Slic Kable, Gold Mesh
LEVER: Monolever, Medium
We have a couple show bikes lingering around our booth and one of them is completely decked out in the Fire Engine Red parts kit we posted a couple days ago. Aside from having the full kit, this bike also has our prototype seat post, which works for both pivotal and railed seats.
Our HGS Spokes now come in 234mm and 237mm lengths for 24″ wheels. They’re available in Red, White and Black and come in tubes of 50 with accompanying nipples. These spokes are a great upgrade to stock 24″ wheelsets and work great with our other 24″ products!
Alex Bermudez of Give D! sent us some saucy pics of his latest rig recently. Word on the streets is he has an Odyssey edit coming up for us soon, so you can watch him stunt it up ala motion picture. In the mean time, here are some stills of him from a ditch in sunny San Diego.
All photos taken by Josh Hayes.
MJ all day and Billy Mays forever…
The orange is gone and flat black is back. He’s still rocking some flair though with the red tanwalls we introduced earlier this year and some blue G-Sports rims. Click around the flipbook above to check out what Gary’s riding at the X-Games!
It’s not really a full bike check but it is a close-up look at a CUSTOM wheelset Ben Ward built up for Steve Blackey of Gravity Powered Vehicles and The Bicycle Source. Though you can’t buy it as a complete wheelset, all parts are available separately:
The last guessing game was a bit of a curve ball with most people guessing Aaron Ross or Terry Adams. If you were to look into a crystal orb (in this case, our Twitter account would be an adequate substitute), you’ll discover they actually belong to Mr. Adam Banton. We sent him a really bright parts kit and he’s done well with them. The black makes the colors pop like crazy and his new bike is looking dope. Check it out above (photos by Jeff Hall).
If you’re interested in stalking Adam, follow him on the Twitter and le Flickr.
The read more teleporter will take you to Adam’s 2003 Odyssey video part.
His Electronical part is on the way.