News Tomahawk

Hoang Tran:
Bike Check

All photos by Walter Pieringer
Odyssey Quartet Front Hub (Coming Soon)
Odyssey Tomahawk Stem

Chase Hawk Signature
53mm reach
9.5mm rise or 22.5 when flipped
Forged 6061-T6 aluminum

Odyssey Principal Saddle

Eric Lichtenberger Signature
Fat and cushy!

Odyssey Thunderbolt Cranks (170mm, LHD)

Laboratory tested and team proven
Traditional or Socket Drive™ Interface
Available in 170, 175 or 180mm, RHD or LHD
1 lb. 11.8 oz. (788g)
41-Thermal® lifetime replacement warranty against bending, cracking and breaking

Odyssey Thunderbolt Cranks (170mm, LHD)

Laboratory tested and team proven
Traditional or Socket Drive™ Interface
Available in 170, 175 or 180mm, RHD or LHD
1 lb. 11.8 oz. (788g)
41-Thermal® lifetime replacement warranty against bending, cracking and breaking

Odyssey Burlington Sprocket, 28t

23t, 25t, 27t or 28t sizes
7075-T6 aluminum

Odyssey Twisted PC Pedals

9/16″ or 1/2″ pedal threads
High-strength plastic composite

Odyssey Hazard Lite Rims, 36h

6000 series aluminum
32mm wide
17mm tall

Odyssey Joystick Pegs

4140 Heat-Treated Chromoly
7 possible peg positions
3/8″ or 14mm
6.4oz

Hoang Tran’s freedom machine is looking saucy. Click around above to scope it out.

All photos by Walter Pieringer.

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Chase Hawk:
Bike Check

Check out Chase’s Cult Bad Boy setup from ESPN!

Tomahawk Stem:
One Hot Product

Chase Hawk’s signature Tomahawk Stem is this week’s One Hot Product over at Ride BMX. If you want a new stem, this is the one to get!

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Chase Hawk:
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Here’s Chase Hawk getting styled out at the Black Pearl from their Travel Log to the Cayman Islands.

In other Chase Hawk news, his signature Tomahawk Stem is Available NOW!

Photo by Walter Pieringer.

AVAILABLE NOW:
Tomahawk Stem

After more than a year of ride testing and development the Tomahawk Stem is finally available at shops worldwide.


The Tomahawk is based around a list of front-load features that Chase Hawk requested and it is the first front-load stem to use convergent bolt axes for the front cap. This allows the stem to have the separate adjustability and “look” of a traditional four bolt front-loader, but with a smoother overall shape. It also eliminates the stresses associated with letting the bolt holes break through the outer face of the stem body. As a bonus, this means that the stem still looks “normal” when it is flipped to raise the handlebars.

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Chase Hawk:
Bike Check

FRAME: Cult
FORK: Odyssey R32
BARS: Cult
GRIPS: Cult
STEM: Odyssey Tomahawk
HEADSET: Odyssey Sealed
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 175mm LHD
PEDALS: Odyssey Twisted PC
SPROCKET: Odyssey C-512, 30t
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
SEAT: Odyssey Aitken, Pivotal
TIRE (F): Odyssey Aitken, K-Lyte
TIRE (R): Odyssey Path, K-Lyte
RIMS: G-Sport Birdcage
HUB (F): Vandero 2
HUB (R): V3 Cassette, 9t LHD

Odyssey Tomahawk Stem (Watch the Video)
Odyssey Tomahawk Stem (Watch the Video)
Odyssey Tomahawk Stem (Watch the Video)
Odyssey Thunderbolt Cranks and Twisted PC Pedals
Odyssey Aitken Saddle
Odyssey C-512 Sprocket

Want to know what Chase Hawk is running these days?
Click around the flipbook to find out.
Photos by Devon Hutchins.

Chase’s signature Tomahawk stem is also available now.
Click HERE to watch the video & all the details.

Broc Raiford:
Bike Check

FRAME: Colony Teddy V2, 21″
FORK: Odyssey R32
BAR: S&M Hoder
GRIP: Flatware Cufflinks
STEM: Odyssey Tomahawk
HEADSET: Odyssey
TIRE (F): Odyssey Aitken, P-Lyte, 2.25″
RIM (F): G-Sport Rollcage
HUB (F): G-Sport Marmoset
TIRE (R): Odyssey Path, K-Lyte, 2.1″
RIM (R): G-Sport Rollcage
HUB (R): G-Sport Ratchet, 9T
HUB GUARD: G-Sport Ratchet Guard
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 175mm
PEDALS: Odyssey Twisted PC
SPROCKET: Colony 28T
CHAIN: Shadow Halflink
SEAT: Odyssey Aitken, Pivotal
SEAT-POST: Pivotal
SEAT-CLAMP: Integrated
PEGS: Odyssey Joystick

Aitken Pivotal Saddle
Aitken Tire, P-Lyte
Twisted PC Pedals
Thunderbolt Cranks
Tomahawk Stem
Flatware Cufflink Grips
G-Sport Marmoset Hub & Joysticks Peg
G-Sport Ratchet Guard and Joysticks Peg
R32 Forks running flush with our Joysticks peg

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!

Tom Dugan’s new TD350

Tom Dugan has a signature Fit frame in the works and to go along with his prototype, we got him a pair of custom painted R32 forks and Lumberjack bars to match. In addition, you might also notice he’s rocking our new Tomahawk stem. Needless to say, his new bike is looking dialed like usual.

Video from Interbike 2011

Here’s a quick video by Ride BMX from Interbike 2011 with Jim Bauer talking about all the new goods we have going on!

2012 Sneak Peek part one

Here is some of the new stuff you will be psyched on. More detailed videos soon. Take that.