Two new stems to sit alongside the top-selling SXTN stem. Broc Raiford’s RAFT stem has a 50mm reach and 30mm rise making it taller than most and perfect for modern technical riding. Tom Dugan’s DGN is a more classic 28mm rise and 51mm reach and will feel right at home blasting quarters.
If there’s a better looking entry level complete than this limited Galaxy AM Plus then we’re yet to see. Fully loaded with Odyssey parts (Springfield brake, PC pedals, Hawk tyres etc) and 9″ bars with a top load Freeze stem.
At long last we have a new Odyssey packback. Meet the Vagabond. You’ll be seeing them everywhere this Summer.
The Rope grips from Broc Raiford and Odyssey are 160mm long and come with free par ends. You can’t go wrong with this type of design.
Aaron Ross has followed up his top-selling Ross/Keyboard grips with these Boss bad boys. Par ends included and some wild colourways like we’ve come to expect from Aaron.
The last round of Galaxy pedals flew and these red ones are going to do the same. These are a one-off run so act fact.
Tom Dugan’s super fast signature tyre hasn’t been with us long and already the manz got colour.
Hawk’s are our best selling tyre and now they come in this stand out orange and a more subtle gum.
The store owner’s delight. The universal guard. GSport has two offerings; the metal Uniguard has a 10mm and a 14mm version and sits outside your dropouts to protect spokes, flanges, and cones from grind damage. the nylon Gland guard is now it it’s forth incarnation and this one is front/rear specific and more compact that it’s hugely popular predecessor.
Click the picture for BMX Union’s peak into the future of Odyssey parts.
If you’ve ever collected your bike of the carousel at Gatwick early doors to find a big hole and one of your pedals missing, you’ll fancy your self one of these.
They’ll be back in stock over the coming weeks and there’s only a few left to be allocated if you want some for your store.
Technical wizardry from Fly Bikes’ Devon.
It doesn’t that seem that long since The King’s Beach Hotel in Pagham was packed out for the UK premiere of Electronical. BMX has moved on since then but Aitken’s section wont ever grow old.