I have been running my Vermont sprocket for a year and a half. It's as straight as the first day. Five holes for the crank bolt let you rotate it to get the most out of it. Good price, does the job, cool design.
I always considered Profile cranks to be the benchmark when evaluating cranksets. The 41 thermals are basically another version of the Profile race crank but heat treated and possibly tougher. They come with a great tool for putting them on and off which is better than the Profile.
Kids always ask me what I think about this stem. Itold them I put it on and forgot it's there. What more could you want? It comes with directions that make installation a snap. If you like exotic, yet functional parts the Elementary stem is all you. Great anodizing too!
The ribs on these grips go in high/low intervals. They are thick in your hand and feel tough at first but after they break in, they are perfect. Grips are cheap so get them next time to match the rest of the Odyssey parts on your rig.
Odyssey has become the leader in the fork market. How can you beat an nearly indestructable fork backed by a lifetime guarantee with great service? These forks have the right weight, price, looks and are tougher than Kryptonite (the secret ingredient of 41 Thermal heat treating). Stop wondering and get them if you want to stop worrying about your fork.
definately worth the money for the "on the budget" rider seeing that im too broke right now to afford the fly brakes but after riding the evolvers i dont know if ill ever go away from odyssey parts, (at one time 60% of my bike was odyssey parts)
just waiting to see some reviews on the evo2 brakes then i guess im buying those
well i've been riding these for a little bit over a year now. got these from Albe's for 199 with all the fixins( ti spindle, cone spacers, and bitchin bolts)
and if i ever break these, ill definately wont be hesitating to buy another set of profiles
out of all the cranks i've tried over the years these have to be the best bang for your buck and best overall