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Litehouse Rim in Anodized Red

Our Litehouse rim is available now in Anodized Red!

The Litehouse is both light and strong, with super-thick angled sidewalls to minimize the risk of damage when you hangup. The rim features a wider cross-section than normal to compliment modern tire widths for an optimized assembly.

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Murray Loubser
En Route

Enjoy three minutes of the finest modern street riding courtesy of Odyssey’s South African connection and bike master Murray Loubser. Murray and his filmer Kevin Schnider have been going hard since Murray’s recent move down the coast to Cape Town, and this video is the proof.

Preston Okert in RAW AMS 2

Check out Preston Okert in the new RAW AMS 2 video. He gets better and better by the day and we love watching him progress. The kid kills it!

10 SPOT
Leftovers

Narrowing these down to just 10 per rider is tough so we decided to bring some bonus leftover questions to life.

10 SPOT Q&A videos feature 10 questions for one of our team riders. Follow @odysseybmx on Instagram for the next episode and be sure to get your questions in. We chose the best ones. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for the latest videos.

LED Bike Lights
Available Now

Be seen out there. These easy to install and remove L.E.D. lights are sold in pairs and have two functions (flashing & constant). These lights will help you stay safe while still cruisin the streets.

Features

  • 40+ hours constant run time
  • Constant and flashing modes
  • Easy to install and remove
  • Fits on handlebar and seat posts
  • Water resistant
  • Sold in pairs

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Aaron Ross
Bike Check

You don’t need to wait until Wednesday to ride a pink bike. Click around for a closer look at what Aaron rides on a daily basis.

Parts List

Frame: Sunday Motoross, 20.75″ TT
Fork: Sunday Nightshift, 28mm offset
Bars: Odyssey BOSS
Stem: Odyssey BOSS
Grips: Odyssey Keyboard v2
Barends: Odyssey Par Ends
Headset: Odyssey Pro Conical
Seat: Odyssey Keyboard v2
Seatpost: Odyssey Pivotal
Pedals: Odyssey Grandstand PC
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt+, 175mm
Sprocket: Odyssey HalfBash, 28t
Chain: Odyssey Key Chain, Hollow
Tires: Odyssey Ross v2
Front Wheel: G-Sport Elite v2 Front Wheel (G-Sport Rollcage Rim + G-Sport Roloway Hub)
Rear Wheel: G-Sport Elite FC Rear Wheel (G-Sport Rollcage Rim + Odyssey Clutch v2 Freecoaster)
Pegs: Sunday Seeley PC

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R25 Forks with Jacob Cable

Nose manual wizard Jacob Cable runs the Odyssey R25 fork. Let him explain why. 

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10 SPOT
Travis Hughes

Welcome back to the 10 SPOT! Next up is Travis Hughes. Hit play to see if your question was chosen. Enjoy!

10 SPOT Q&A videos feature 10 questions for one of our team riders. Follow @odysseybmx on Instagram for the next episode and be sure to get your questions in. We chose the best ones. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for the latest videos.

Broc Raiford
Bike Check

Take a closer look at Broc Raiford’s current setup.

Frame: Volume Vessel V3
Fork: Volume Anchor
Handlebar: Volume Captain
Stem: Odyssey Raft
Headset: Odyssey Pro Headset, Conical
Grips: Odyssey Broc Raiford
Seat: Volume Nautical Seat (pivotal)
Seatpost: Volume Pivotal
Seatclamp: Integrated
Crank: Odyssey Thunderbolt+, 170mm, LHD
Bottom Bracket: Odyssey 22mm Mid
Chainwheel: Odyssey La Guardia, 28t
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted Pro PC
Chain: Volume Half Link
Tires: Odyssey Broc Raiford (Prototype)
Front Wheel: Odyssey Complete Wheel (Hazard Lite Rim laced to Vandero Pro)
Rear Wheel: Odyssey Complete Wheel (Hazard Lite Rim laced to Clutch v2 LHD)
Pegs: Graduate PC, 4.75″

Sport Import in Tenerife

Hit play to check out our international riders Tim Güntner, Daniel Portorreal, Jan Mihaly, Markus Reuss, Fabian Bader, and the rest of the Sport Import crew in Tenerife.

Im Februar 2018 bot sich uns die Möglichkeit, beim SIBMX-Teamtrip nach Teneriffa dabei zu sein und so dem deutschen Winter wenigsten für ein paar Tage ein Schnippchen zu schlagen. Mit einer Wahnsinnsvilla direkt am Wasser und drei Mietwagen ausgestattet, machten wir uns daran, einige der besten Spots der Insel abzuklappern, während daheim noch Minusgrade herrschten. Das Radfahren allein war schon ziemlich episch, aber auch darüber hinaus hatten wir jede Menge Spaß. Neben reichlich BMX-Action waren nämlich unter anderem stundenlanges Billardspielen, Sekt trinken im Jacuzzi, nächtliche Tattoosessions und Kochmissionen auf Fünf-Sterne-Niveau an der Tagesordnung. Am Ende waren sich alle einig: Der SIBMX-Trip nach Teneriffa war einfach nur geisterkranka!

Danke SIBMX, danke Bodo Hellwig und danke an die ganze Crew. Es war der Wahnsinn!