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Justin Simpson Bike Check Posted by Francis on Thursday, October 13th, 2011

It should be common knowledge by now that Justin Simpson is a beast on a bike. These photos were shot shortly after a heavy session went down on that rainbow rail behind him. Click around the flipbook to see how his Mutiny Loosefer is setup.

We’re dropping our latest ODSY Vision tomorrow, so start guessing in the comments on what went down at this spot!

Bike Check: Tom Perry Posted by Francis on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

Tom Perry’s bike is all chrome these days and he hooked us up with some pics to check out the shine.

FRAME: Fit Wifi, 20.5″
FORKS: Fit Shiv II
STEM: Fit Aitken
BARS: Fit Sky High
GRIPS: Fit Tech
BAR ENDS: Odyssey Par Ends
HEADSET: Odyssey Sealed
CRANKS: Odyssey Twombolts, 170mm
BOTTOM BRACKET: Odyssey
PEDALS: Odyssey JCPC (best pedal known to man)
SPROCKET: Odyssey MDS, 27t
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
SEAT: Odyssey Senior 2, Herringbone
SEATPOST: Odyssey Convertible
TIRE (F): Odyssey Aitken, 2.25″
RIM (F): G-Sport Rollcage
HUB (F): G-Sport Marmoset
TIRE (R): Odyssey Path, 2.1″
RIM (R): G-Sport Rollcage
HUB (R): G-Sport Ratchet

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Bike Check: Mike Aitken Posted by Francis on Friday, June 24th, 2011

Here’s Mike Aitken‘s current bike, loaded with our latest goods.
Click around the gallery to check it out.

Dirt Ron Video Bike Check Posted by Francis on Monday, June 13th, 2011

Tom Perry hooked us up with this video bike check of Dirt Ron showing off his bike and kicking some moves at the skatepark. Thanks guys!

FRAME: Subrosa Pandora DTT
FORK: Freestyle Forks w/990 Mounts
BARS: Gary Young 3
STEM: Classic Front Load
GRIPS: Adam Banton 2
LEVER: Monolever, Medium
BRAKE: Evo 2
HEADSET: Odyssey Sealed Integrated
CRANKS: Twombolt 175
SPROCKET: Million Dollar Sprocket
PEDALS: Twisted PC
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
TIRE (F): Aaron Ross 2.35
RIM (F):Hazard Lite, 36H
HUB (F): V3 Cassette, 36H
TIRE (R): Aaron Ross 2.1
RIMS (R): Hazard Lite, 36H
HUB (R): Vandero 2
SEAT: Aitken, Pivotal
SEATPOST: Convertible
SEAT CLAMP: Mr. Clampy Too

Matthias Dandois Bike Check Posted by Francis on Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Curious to know what Matthias is riding these days? Head over to RideBMX.com to find out.

Hoang Tran’s new Bike Posted by Francis on Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

We sent Hoang a Matte Kelly Green parts kit to build up his new bike and he sent us these photos showing him utilizing his new bike. Hop whip and bars, straight out of the box!

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Bike Check: Tom Blyth Posted by Francis on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

We caught up with UK street assassin Tom Blyth while he was in Austin this path month and snapped some pics of his current rig. Click around the flipbook above to check out his FBM/Odyssey/G-Sport bike!

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Available Now:
Matte Kelly Green Kit Posted by Francis on Saturday, March 12th, 2011

Our latest color kit is Matte Kelly Green and it’s AVAILABLE NOW! Contact your local shops and mail-orders to load up on ‘em.

SHIPMENT: Safety Orange Posted by Francis on Friday, February 18th, 2011

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!

G-Sport also has the matching Safety Orange hubs and rims!
And, if you want to go all out, Sunday Bikes has a matching Aaron Ross Funday frame!

Jim Cielencki bike check & update Posted by Francis on Saturday, February 12th, 2011

Jim C has a pretty sweet bike check and photo gallery up over at ESPN. In it, he talks about his 24″ Model C and what it’s like riding it and switch back and forth between the 20″.

I know you ride your Sunday cruiser more than a regular 20″ bike nowadays. Is there a specific reason for this? To be honest, I go back and forth between the 20″ and 24″ throughout the year. I run a BMX bike company, so I should have experience in both bikes. Before I started riding this bike in October, I rode my 20″ for a whole year straight. For me, it’s difficult to switch between the two just because the 24″ makes the 20″ feel small. The main reason why I ride the 24″ is that I like the idea of taking something you already know how to do and making it different. It’s like riding bigger stair sets or steeper rails, you want the challenge of taking something you already know and making it different or more difficult.

Click HERE to check it out.

If you own a cruiser and want to upgrade your wheelset, make sure to check out our Hazard Lite 24″ complete wheels, spokes, rims and tires!