The full article can be found on Dig’s website here.
Frame: Fit Dugan 21” TT
Forks: Odyssey R32
Bars: Fit Dugan, 8.75” rise
Grips: Odyssey Dugan
Stem: Odyssey Top-load Dgn
Seat/post: Odyssey Tripod post/ Odyssey Dugan seat
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt175mm LHD
Bottom Bracket: Odyssey
Chain: Odyssey Key Chain
Pedals: Odyssey Grandstands signature
Sprocket: Odyssey Fang signature 30T
Front wheel: Odyssey Vandero with Aerospace rim
Back wheel: Odyssey Clutch 9T, with Aerospace rim
Tires: Odyssey Dugan 2.45” front, 2.25” rear
Bike looks swish. All the Sunday! parts are available through IMG. Get some.
Get pics of the full set up here.
Damn. I bet there’s a few people out there who wish they had this kind of support from their family. Find out more about Broc Raiford’s story here.
Mike Curley’s WTP set up with Odyssey parts. Click the pic above for the details.
After a semi-hiatus Proper are back with a fresh new frame dubbed the Tecmatik. A no nonsense tech frame with a shortish (13.05″) back end for all terrains but definitely at home in the street (see the Madrid edit below).
Thre’s also two colourways on these Boqer123 colab Tripod seats. Swish.
Black Denim cover and graf/80’s video game embroidery…..this Tripod seat though!
Not ignoring the Pivotal game…..classic good looks with embossed logo and custom tags.
from IMG TV on Vimeo.