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We had such a good time on our last QBP trip we decided to do another. This time around we loaded Tom Dugan, Jacob Cable, Travis Hughes, and Justin Spriet into the Sprinter and cruised SoCal spots for a week. As you might expect with Southern California, the weather was awesome and the spots were plentiful, and with conditions like that of course everybody killed it. Also Jacob Cable did what must certainly be one of the best nose manuals ever done, so hit play and enjoy. Huge thanks to QBP for making this one possible!
All new BOSS, Lasergram, Bandana and Feather seats available now.
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All of our new stems are available now worldwide.
Each of the new signature stems use our popular SXTN top load design as a springboard for each riders specifications. Click below to check out the Broc Raiford, Tom Dugan (above) , Aaron Ross and Sean Sexton stems.
If you’re a front load fan, Chase Hawk has you covered!
Visit the STEMS page for more images.
Remember that time that MIKE AITKEN and TOM DUGAN hopped in a Trans AM and traveled through Idaho and Montana in 2011?
Filmed and Edited by JOE RICH.
Watch some footage of Aaron Ross, Chase Hawk, Tom Dugan, Nathan Williams and Geoff Slattery while Aaron shares some of his thoughts about filming for Etnies’ latest video.
If you build a bike exactly like this, you may or may not gain some Duganisms, which may or may not include; blasting higher than everyone else and closing doors via flying ninja kicks.
Frame: Fit Tom Dugan
Fork: Odyssey R32
Handlebar: Fit Tom Dugan 8.75
Stem: Odyssey DGN Top Load, prototype
Headset: Odyssey Pro
Grips: Odyssey Tom Dugan
Seat: Odyssey Tom Dugan Feather, prototype
Crank: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 175mm
Sprocket: Odyssey Fang, 30t
Pedals: Odyssey Tom Dugan, prototype
Chain: Odyssey Key Chain, Hollow Pin
Tires: Odyssey Tom Dugan
Front Wheel: Odyssey A+ Front Complete
Rear Wheel: Odyssey A+ Rear Complete
2014 was awesome, and before we move on to 2015 here’s a quick look back at some of our favorite images from this year.
Photos by Walter Pieringer.