This year Odyssey and Sunday Bikes decided to take a different route than they traditionally do with Interbike and do a low-key suite. We were able to sneak on in for a few minutes to check out a bunch of new products they’re working on from Jake Seeley signature products to a freecoaster, grips, seats and more. Let’s take a look!
Jake Seeley signature Street Sweeper 4-piece bars.
The new Cyclone freecoaster from Sunday Bikes. This freecoaster is based on the Odyssey Clutch freecoaster, except they have slack washers versus the external slack adjustment like the Clutch features and a few other small changes to make it more affordable. Looks like a real solid option for the freeocaster guys, though.
Jake Seeley’s signature grip from Sunday Bikes is out now.
The new Chase Hawk signature grip features a unique design with the mushroom style on the inside and solid on the outside. The waves are further apart and slightly twisted to go with Chase’s hand where he traditionally twists the grips to blast inverts, turndowns, etc.. You might also recognize that Chase’s Odyssey tire pattern is on the solid side as well.
Sean Sexton’s new grip is a combo between waves and mushroom style. Looks rad.
Odyssey had Paul Cvikevich design this badass bear design for this seat. You can also find it on the new Odyssey t-shirt as well.
Here’s a new seat that Odyssey are working on that uses a unique military grade material that they sourced out of Los Angeles. How rad does that look?
Odyssey have a new 4-piece bar as well called the 49er that features a 9″ rise and 4-piece design.. Get it.. 49 (4×9)?
Jake Seeley signature plastic peg from Sunday! This peg is similar to the G-Sport peg, except it uses a full length core and a longer 4.5″ length.
G-Sport’s Pleg also received a little revamp with a slightly longer design and an anodized core. I believe it’s about 4.25″ length.
Jake Seeley signature tire from Sunday features a dual rubber compound that is harder on the outside and softer at the center tread. Also, if you look carefully you can see an “S” on the side… Looks good.
Tom Dugan signature pedal in the new Purple Rain swirl color. How good does that look!?
That wraps up the Odyssey and Sunday Bikes suite! Let us know if you have any questions in the comments!
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