Sean Sexton has been on the Cinema team since 2010 and has now decided to move on from the company and get full Odyssey sponsorship.
“Losing team riders is never easy, especially when it’s a guy like Sean Sexton. Sean was one of the OG Cinema team riders when the team formed in 2010 and has kept us laughing and smiling on every trip since then. His powerhouse riding style combined with his witty jokes makes him really fun to travel with and he will be missed by the Cinema crew. Sean was offered a nice opportunity to ride all Odyssey parts, which means he will no longer be running Cinema Wheels. Best of luck to Sean and Odyssey on their future endeavors.” — Will Stroud, Cinema TM and filmer
“Sean has been on Odyssey flow since 2006 and Odyssey pro since 2010, but we’ve been “sharing” him with our friends at Cinema Wheel Co. Sean is awesome and naturally we want to do more with him, so we decided to step it up and make him full-Odyssey, so now he’s on our wheels, too. Well, if you want to get technical, Odyssey doesn’t make a freecoaster at the moment, so he’s mostly on our wheels. But, even more good news, we’ve been working on a new freecoaster design for the past six months, and Sean will be on a prototype very shortly. More details soon!”– Walter Pieringer, Odyssey TM
Tom Dugan with a serious nose bonk to drop that was originally on a print ad from Odyssey and is now available as a wallpaper for all you people out there, free of charge.
This was originally a print advert but is now up and ready for you as a wallpaper to download it and set it for your new desktop background. Aaron Ross with a really long up double peg grind to hop over to wallride for Odyssey.
After three years of working together, Matthias Dandois and Odyssey are no more. There is no more info yet where is Matthias going, but I am guessing the news will drop soon.
This was originally Odyssey’s magazine print ad, but can now be downloaded and set as your new desktop wallpaper. Chase Hawk boosting a massive transfer at the House skatepark in Austin, Texas.
Odyssey’s Quartet hubs and hub guards are available now, so contact your local shop and favorite mail order if you want one or a pair. Each hub can be paired with its matching hub guard (have this in mind).
Make your way over to the Odyssey web site if you would like to know all specifications that come along these products.
The aloha version of the twisted pc pedals from Odyssey are available now, but will not last for long. Oh, and one more thing, you never know which pair you will get, so order them and find out what is inside the package.
This is a print ad Odyssey ran in the 178th issue of the Ride UK magazine, that is now available in wallpaper version for you to download and set as your new desktop background. Featuring Tom Dugan going 540 at his backyard ramps.
Click through the above flipbook and check out Mat Houck’s Mutiny Doomwizard setup mixed with mainly Odyssey parts. Raw, solid and dialed looking bike.
Chase Hawk’s signature Odyssey tires are available now and to celebrate the drop they filmed a few clips at the House skatepark in Austin, Texas for your viewing pleasure. No music, no fancy stuff, just smooth riding, style and sound of tires and cassette.
These tires comes in two different options, 2.20″ and 2.40″ and in three different color options, black, tan wall or white wall. For more head over to the Odyssey web site.