Mon, Jun 24 2013 4:00 am |
Frame: Sunday Soundwave 21”
Fork: Odyssey r32
Bars: Odyssey Eric Lichtenberger Sand Bar
Stem: Odyssey TDFL 53 mm
Grips: Odyssey Tom Dugan
Seatpost: Sunday Toothy post
Seat: Odyssey Eric Lichtenberger seat
Pedals: Odyssey JCPC
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt 175 mm
Sprocket: Odyssey Million Dollar 30-tooth
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird
Front Tire: Odyssey Plyte Aitken 2.2”
Front Wheel: Odyssey Aerospace rim with Odyssey Anti Gram hub
Rear Tire: Odyssey Plyte Atiken 2.2”
Rear Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite with Odyssey Quartet hub
How long do you typically ride a bike before building a new one?
Sometimes after a few months I end up changing out the wheels, then whatever sh-t starts to get worn out. If it’s real bad I just build up a new bike.
What parts do you change out the most often?
I’d say bars then wheels go first, I have no clue why—I fall a lot?
What are you most particular about on your bike?
I say the whole thing has to be dialed in.
Tell us about the gold color, it’s custom, right?
Have you moved up your bars even further?
Speaking about your bars, tell us about your signature joints, what are the ingredients for a perfect bar for you?
They’re nice and tall [9”]—not too tall, but I think they’re perfect. They’re called the Sand bar just like a surf sand bar. I love surfing beach breaks and one day that just popped in my head while I was thinking of a name for my bars.
How long have you been running the sprocket guard for? How has it affected things for you grind wise?
I’ve been running a guard for a few years now. I love it because I never break chains—once you break one too many of them [chains] it’s just stupid not to run one.
Your rear tire is kinds thin for today’s standards. Why not go with one of the fatter tire options?
Yup, I have no pegs so running a skinny tire helps me lock-in grinds better.
I noticed you’re running a front load stem flipped up, why not just run a top load?
Because this one looks good flipped.
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