Name: Chase Hawk
Age: 24
Height: 5′ 9″
Weight: 145lbs
Location: Austin, Texas
Sponsors: Cult, Empire, Fox, Vans, Rockstar, Oakley, Odyssey, Pro-Tec

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All photos by Jeff Zielinski.

Frame: Cult OS series 20.75″
Fork: Odyssey Race
Bars: Odyssey Lumberjack
Stem: Odyssey prototype
Grips: Odyssey
Barends: Odyssey Par Ends
Headset: Odyssey Sealed
Seatpost: Animal
Seat: Odyssey Aitken Pivotol
Cranks: Odyssey Twombolt LHD, 180mm
Sprocket: Odyssey C-512 30t
Chain: Odyssey BlueBird
Front Tire: Odyssey Aitken Klyte, 2.10″
Front Wheel: GSport Rollcage 36h with Odyssey Vandero v2 hub.
Rear Tire: Odyssey Path Klyte, 2.10″
Rear Wheel: GSport Rollcage 36h with Odyssey Vandero hub
Pedals: Odyssey plastic
Hub Guard: BSD
Pegs: Odyssey J-peg Lighter

Modifications/Other/Extras:
Cut my bars down about 3/4″ on each side. OMP 40s.

How often do you put a new bike together?
It all depends…sometime a couple a year. It’s always hard to get used to the way a new bike feels though.

Tell us a little more about your stem.
It’s a prototype signature stem that I’m doing with Odyssey. I’m really psyched on it, and it should hopefully be out soon.

You run a pretty hard gear ratio, how has that been working out for you?
Yeah I run a 30-9…I like it a lot. It feels really good with 180s because you have so much torque.

What part are you most particular about or do you feel makes the biggest difference on your bike?
I’d say probably the bars. I’m pretty specific with how much I cut ‘em down and the placement.

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