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
I had a version of these on my DK Legend as well but in chrome when chrome was still pretty cool. They were fine. didnt ride any pegs on that bike at all, so its not really for street use but other than that, they held up fine.
These cranks are the best. Had them on my first real bike, DK Legend. All chrome with chrome cranks and red DX brakes, man Im so mad I sold that bike. Well anyways, the cranks are great I havent rode anything else except for a pair of WTP( what a heavy mistake) and a set of mini arms ( too light and flexy). Nothing beats the OG profile race cranks. Definitely a smart buy for any all around rider.