this stem is amazing.... it is a 1 1/2 years old and has never slipped on me once, stipped bolts, or cracked. it's very strong and fairly light. when it was given to me it was the lightest stem out and it is still one of them. it's american made so you know the quality is good. i will probably have this stem for many years to come.
odyssey always has the best and longest lasting products out there and this is just more proof of it... the low bars have taken many hard landings, cases, flat bottems, ect and they're still not bent.... now i forgot to mention that they're 2 years old and i've had them since the day i started and they're gunna be there for alot longer to... i encourage everyone looking for a low handle bar to buy these because they will be worth it in the end
my favorite part on my bike. i worked at a bike shop that carried a lot of Snafu so i got some Magnesium sealed pedals, put emm on and I've been a Snafu enthusiast from then on. I really like the shape, it's nice and wide and the bearings spin smoothly. They are so grippy that they can tear up the soles of your shoes, not necessarily a good thing, so i took out the pins (dont worry, the pedal body comes with some bumps) and i was good to go. colors would be good but magnesium pedals hardly ever come in colors. overall, they're a perfect pedal
I use this tire on my race bike because it gets harder than most dirt tires but softer than park tires, but still has a park kind of tread. I like the grippy pattern most of all. My complaints are limited: i get a lot of pinch flats from this tire, i dont know if thats me or the tire
First off, this is a great stem. I ride a lot of vert, and when you bottom out on vert, you can push the bars forward, which means you need nice stem grippiness. Prior to this stem, I had the Odyssey Elementary stem and it bent forward a lot. Once I got the Shadow Attack stem, I had no problems keeping the bars in place when I messed up. The stem is light, comes with hollow bolts, and comes in pretty colors. I have the green one...
This is the 2007 model of the Pro street frame. I've been riding on the Psykopath flow team for a few months now, the boys are nice so help emm out by buying the frame. This frame is a big step up from their past frames: it has an integrated headtube, spanish bb, good material, the works. When i first got this frame, I noticed that the bottom part of the dropouts are really tiny, so tiny, i thought they would break. Surprisingly, they've held up perfectly and keep the weight down. It comes in a variety of colors to suit your gangsta needs. Psykopath is from the San Lorenzo/Hayward so we've gotta rep the Bay!
This shirt is Dialed, availible in youth sizes and double xls! The small fits tight but is till long enough to cover your belt line! Ever thing about joining the mob? Do it with this shirt, it looks good, the ladys love it and it's availible at pac sun everywhere.
On this post I only have two complants. It's extremly hard to get your seat installed and the guts bend way to easy. The flaw on the guts is obvious, They are machined out right where the pressure from the seat rails is. Landing on it once I bent the top piece and broke the bottoms. I managed to get another pair and bent them while tightening my seat down. So I used oddysey intact guts and the post works fine.
I have no clue what it is, but with this clamp I have broken the clamp bolts. I made sure on the second bolt that I wasn't over tightening and it wouldn't hold my seat. I work at a shop and I know of a couple kids that have this problem. I even gave my old one away to a kid and he's broke some of the bolts. It looks cool but, I wouldn't reccomend it.