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Greyboy & Truly Odd’s Custom Impakt Sidehack Bike Check
Names: Andreas “Greyboy” Stevens (Pilot) / Patrick “Truly Odd” Freitas (Monkey)
Heights: 6’1″ / 5′ 10″
Weights: 165lbs / 150lbs
Locations: Long Beach, CA / La Mirada, CA
Frame: Sunday 2nd Wave
Fork: Sunday, prototype with brake mounts.
Bars: Odyssey Lumberjack
Stem: Odyssey Elementary v3
Grips: Odyssey Aaron Ross Keyboard
Barends: GSport Parends
Clamp: Odyssey Mr. Clampy
Seatpost: Pdyssey Pivtol
Seat: Odyssey Plastic Pivtol
Cranks: Odyssey Twombolts
Sprocket: Odyssey Vermont, 30t
Brakes: Odyssey Evol
Cable: Odyssey Slic
Brake Lever: Odyssey
Front Tire: Odyssey Path, 1.85″
Front Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite rim with GSport Marmoset hub
Rear Tire: Odyssey Path, 1.85″
Rear Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite rim with Ratchet hub, 10t
Third Wheel: Odyssey Seven KA with GSport Marmoset hub
Third Tire: Odyssey Path, 1.85″
Pedals: Odyssey Jim C.
Pegs: GSport Plegs
Modifications/Other/Extras: Sidecar fabrication by Aaron Huff at Solid Bikes.
Which parts do you go through the most?
Wheels. But the setup we have now is so strong. I don’t think we’re gonna need new ones for a long time…
Which part of the sidehack makes the biggest difference?
There are a few critical things that make a good sidehack… The third wheel position has to be right, the sidecar handlebar needs to be in a certain place, and the width of the entire bike cant be too narrow or too wide. Other than that, you have to find a good monkey…that’s the key.