The GHOST PAD is a small, ultra-simple design that eliminates the frustrating conical assembly washers and toe-in adjustments required with traditional brake pads. It’s inner frame consists of a 6061-T6 aluminum extrusion for increased rigidity and manufacturing simplicity. Extrusion also provides a spanner (or wrench if you’re American…….not sure what Canadians say) flat area for extra grip during lock bolt tightening.
The Quartet is a 36-H rear hub that is affordably priced, reliable rear hub with in-bound axle bolts that is guard compatible. Available now in Black or Vapor Blue.
6061-T6 forged aluminum hub shell
6902RS sealed cartridge ball bearings
9-T driver, 3-Pawl singular spring design and precision caged needle bearings
(Compatible with V1, V2 and V3 Cassette Drivers)
3/8″, 4130 chromoly axle bolts w/15mm 4130 chromoly female axle
Hub collars feature integrated 14mm frame slot adapters
Weight: 16.6oz / 354g
Click HERE to download the full tech sheet.
7075-T6 Aluminum Design (Available Soon)
Proprietary Plastic Design (Available Soon)
Our Antigram hub is available now in Black, Metallic Silver and Vapor Blue. It’s a 36-H rear hub that is strong, light and reasonably priced with in-bound axle bolts that is both RHD/LHD switchable and guard compatible.
- 2014-T6 forged aluminum hub shell
- 6903RS sealed cartridge ball bearings
- 9-T driver with 3-Pawn independent springs design and precision caged needle bearings
- RHD/LHD switchable
- Click HERE to download the full tech sheet.
- 14mm, 4130 chromoly axle bolts w/17mm 4130 chromoly female axle
- 3/8″, 4130 chromoly axle bolts w/17mm 7075-T6 aluminum female axle
- Weight with 14mm Chromoly Axle: 14.5oz / 411g
- Weight with 3/8″ Aluminum Axle: 12.5oz / 354g
Of all the events in a year this one looks like the most fun to us. Devon Smillie and Kevin Porter hold it down for Fly and Charlie Crumlish for Stranger while Chase Hawk, Aaron Ross, Tom Dugan, and Gary Young drop some heat for Odyssey. Morgan Wade though!!
The Antigram is best described as a slimmed down version of the GSport Ratchet hub. You need only pick one up to see where your money goes with one of these bad bays. Everything about it is screaming quality.
The Quartet is also available for riders who find a regular hub is strong and reliable enough for their needs. The Quartet is an updated version of the classic V3 cassette hub with a female axle.
At 8.25″ rise Lumberjack bars were considered monsters a few short years ago. To keep up with the seemingly insatiable appetite for taller front ends……here’s the Lumberjack XL’s. At a whopping 9″ rise and still with a lifetime warranty.
Considering Eric Lichtenberger’s one of the more progressive street riders of the modern era it’s no surprise he’s got a signature bar on Odyssey. The Sand Bar is also 9″ rise and comes in ED Black or show chrome.
Aaron Ross continues to push boundaries on the streets and Odyssey continue to push boundaries of colourways. Double space bars are 8.65″ rise. I think we have most (if not all) of Aaron’s current set up available separately in the exact same colourways.