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Dave King:
Bike Check Posted by Francis on Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Dave King is a trail connoisseur and we’re psyched to be flowing him some parts. Hit up QBMX for the full bike check!

Broc Raiford:
Bike Check Posted by Francis on Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

Broc stopped by the office recently to put together a slick new ride. He’s fully recovered from his injuries now so expect some great stuff from him soon!

In case you missed his last Colony edit, click HERE to watch it.
Thanks to Fat Tony for shooting these pics!

Bike Check: Kyle Hart Posted by Francis on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

We have a full edit of our San Diego dudes coming up later this week but in the mean time, here’s a bike check we shot with Kyle Hart during our trip. Thanks to the MarchFourth Marching Band for letting us shoot on their bus!

Aaron Ross’ Orange Posted by Francis on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

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!

Aaron’s Sunday/Etnies Bike Posted by Francis on Thursday, August 19th, 2010

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.

Bauer Bike Check Posted by Francis on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

A while ago, Sunday Bikes put up a bike check with Jim Bauer and we never got around to showing off the whole bike. Here it is now with detail shots and a complete brake down of parts.

Oh and the white/tanwall Aitken Tires were prototypes at the time but they’re available now for purchase!

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Gary Young Bike Check! Posted by Francis on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Gary Young has a bike check up over at the Sunday site. We noticed some kids happened to spy that he’s not running his own grips right now and that’s mainly because he’s in the process of updating his signature grip so he’s trying out some other ones to see what changes he wants. Also, the Gary Young bar will also be getting a fresh update soon so keep an eye out for that as well!

Check out the pics above and then play Pong when you’re done!
Oh and you might as well watch his Tunnel edit again, too.

Available Now: Fire Engine Red Posted by Francis on Monday, May 17th, 2010

Our most complete parts kit ever is here and available now. Hit up your local shops and mail-orders to turn your bike red. Check out the Fire Engine Red flipbook for a complete parts list and more pics!

Dakota Roche bike check Posted by The Internet on Tuesday, December 29th, 2009

Dakota Roche
Bike check from RideBMX.com. Photo by Fat Tony.

Ride BMX just put a bike check up with one of our favorite riders, Dakota Roche. He’s rocking the new Cult frame and fully stocked on G-Sport and Odyssey components.

(Tall) Bike Check Posted by Francis on Thursday, September 24th, 2009

You may have seen some photos of this tall bike floating around the internet these past few days and we decided to put together a little bike check featuring all of the parts we ended up using to make it happen. The hardest part to make this bike a reality was having a solid steering mechanism (we ended up having to use 4 headsets) and getting the right sprocket size combos to get the chain tension right through out the whole drive-terrain. The end result is a ridiculously tall bike with a lot of parts and a top wheel that rolls backwards when the bike is rolling forwards.

A huge thanks goes out to Rob at CM Speed for doing the welding for us!