The Evo II brake is the industry leading U-brake. Comes with Odyssey’s convenient double lugged straddle cable, custom curved cable hanger and an array of hardware for adapting the brake to every possible set-up.
Extremely light weight plastic bodies eliminate the need for bearings and allow for a spindle that is significantly stronger than normal. Metal pins make the pedal very grippy, and the pedal will still function normally when pins are removed from one side for grind tricks.
Instead of replacing the whole pedal, Pedal Body Halves are easy and inexpensive to replace.
Building a replica of Gary’s bike may not automatically qualify you for an X Games Gold, but having the right tools for the job sure doesn’t hurt. Here’s what Gary’s flying around on these days. All photos by Walter Pieringer.
Ride BMX caught up with Adam Banton during our Palm Springs trip and got the full scoop on Adam’s current bike. Click on the photo to see more close-ups, a Q&A and a solid view of the shirt he’s wearing.