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2018 Holiday Jam Video December 04 2018

Our 2018 holiday jam was a blast and thanks to everyone who came out to shred. Shout out to Terrin Orr for winning the super high jump comp and Ratty Matty for coming through with the ender! Hit play for all the highlights.


ATX to GTX with Sunday and Odyssey August 24 2018

Summer's in full swing in Austin, so we rounded up Odyssey's Tom Dugan, Matt Nordstrom, and Austin Brunger and Sunday's Brett Silva and Ben Allen and headed down to Galveston, a poppin' beach town and tourist destination on Texas's Gulf Coast for a couple days of street, skateparks, and beaches. Galveston didn't disappoint, and all these guys came through with fire clips!


Bike Check with Phillip Ranalli August 01 2018

Watch as our very own Phillip Ranalli talks you through his personal setup in great detail.

PARTS LIST:

Frame: Sunday Motoross
Fork: Odyssey R32
Stem: Odyssey CFL2
Bars: Odyssey Highway
Headset: Fairdale Integrated
Grips: Sunday Cornerstone
Lever: Odyssey Trigger
Cable: Odyssey Adjustable Quik Slic
Brake: Odyssey EVO 2.5
Seat: Tom Dugan Signature
Post: Odyssey Tripod
Clamp: Odyssey
Crank: Odyssey Thunderbolt
Sprocket: Odyssey FANG
Chain: Odyssey Hollow Key Chain
Rear Hub: Odyssey Antigram
Front Hub: Odyssey Vandero Pro
Rims: Gsport Birdcage
Tire: Odyssey Aitken
Pegs: Odyssey JPEG Longer
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted Pro


March Madness 2017 March 20 2017

This year's March Madness is in the books and it was goooood time. Thanks to everyone who came out to chill, ride and swoop up some good deals. Watch the re-cap video courtesy of Ride BMX.

Fairdale Goes To The Sun January 03 2017

The Fairdale crew hit up the Glacier National Park to take in the sights. Watch the video above and click HERE and HERE for additional pics!

2016 Sunday Product Guide November 07 2016

Sunday put together this handy product guide featuring their current aftermarket parts. Lots of good stuff! Available now!

Oktoberfest 2016 / Video October 26 2016

The 2016 Oktoberfest jam went down this weekend and it was a good time. A big thanks to everybody who came out and enjoyed the ramps, rails, ledges, KIND snacks and free Vans shwag! Check out this recap video that Francis Castro put together. Til next year...


Oktoberfest 2016 October 10 2016

Come through if you can!

Make sure to print, sign, and bring this waiver form.


FAIRDALE FRANCE July 11 2016

The Fairdale crew consisting of Taj Mihelich, Sandy Carsom, Leif Valin and Chris Cotsonas all went to France and tackled the Alps on their Goodships. Check out the video above and go HERE for more info and photos.

Stampy Handlebar Test April 28 2016

From Odyssey BMX: 

As part of our mission to make the best BMX parts possible, we continue to refine the 41-Thermal® process at all stages of manufacturing. Each step in the process is held under strict scrutiny, and we continue to examine the strength and durability of all our parts.

In our previous Stampy tests, we have blown away the industry standard "EN tests" for forks and cranks, and now it’s time to take a look at handlebars. In our latest test, we have taken bars with very similar height, width, and sweep dimensions, and tried to replicate a lifetime of nose-diving into the ground and pulling up on the bars for a sprint to gain speed in a confined space.

The Stampy handlebar rig drives down on the grip sections right where your hands would be with 1000N (that is about 225 pounds of force) per side, and then pulls back up with another 1000N (225lb). It drives down at a 45 degree angle, just like you would in real life. However, unlike a real rider, the Stampy rig can do this 18,000 times per hour, for as long as it takes to break the handlebar. To get an idea of what that's like, you can fill a backpack with bricks until you weigh 225 pounds and then attempt to do 30,000 one-arm push-ups, and 30,000 one-arm pull-ups.

As expected, when we tested our bars against our competitor’s bars that had similar geometry, we outperformed them once again. Our worst bar was 33% better than the best of the rest, and our best bar was over 400% more durable than the worst. So remember, when you are buying bars, although they may look very similar, they are not all “the same”.

When you see how hard we push to make the best parts; to make them better and better every chance we get, it is easy to understand why our legendary lifetime warranty against bending and breaking is still around 17 years after we first introduced it. And when you see the contrast between our bars and our competitors, you can also quickly see why most of their warranties have long since been quietly canceled or modified with complicated terms and conditions that usually limit the warranty to manufacturing defects alone.


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