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  1. Misc Components
    The Charger EVO is Lizard Skins most technically advanced grip to date. Some riders view grips as an afterthought, a non-essential part of a bike. For others they can make or break a perfect day in the saddle. For me, touch points are the most critical part of my bike setup. If my grips are...
  2. Misc Components
    So many grips, so few hands. Observe. Design. Innovate. That's what ODI stands for, a Southern California company started in the late 1970s, making their name almost immediately with the famous mushroom handlebar grips for the BMX world. Since then, ODI has expanded to moto and mountain bike...
  3. Misc Components
    This article is part of the Mtbr's Enduro Compare-O. See all the stories in this special section here-- Pretend for a minute that your bike shop shopping decisions have no consequences. You can literally buy whatever you want. Then ask...
  4. General Discussion
    Fontana Winter Series - Fontana, CA Round #1 of the Fontana Winter series is in the books, and it was a successful weekend for the debut of the ODI / TREK Satellite Team. With several podium finishes, the season has started off on a positive note and we're looking forward to the rest of the...
  5. General Discussion
    Riverside, CA - ODI Grips has enlisted the help of our good friends over at Troy Lee Designs to help put an artistic spin on a quality new design. After hundreds of drawing and designs, we've developed the most innovative grip yet, the ODI / Troy Lee Designs Lock-On Mountain Bike Grip. In...
  6. General Discussion
    ODI / X-Fusion Team Press Release. This alliance of the ODI and X Fusion Racing has developed both programs into one well founded squad. Team ODI X Fusion is proud to announce their team line up for 2010. The roster will include Sean "Griz" McClendon, Brad Oien, JD Swanguen and Ryan...
  7. Titec RIP & Ritchey Rizer

    Titec RIP stem and Ritchey Rizer 31.8mm handlebar on Van Dessel Buzz Bomb.
  8. My Avanti D8

    - '02 Avanti D8 frame - '03 Monster T's forks - Mavic D321 rims - Ringle' Abbah SOS DH hubs - IRC Kujo 2.65" tyres - Da Bomb Big Stick Bars - ODI Rogue Lock On grips - Funn Serial Killa Stem - Profile BMX style cranks - Odyssey Triple Trap pedals - Koski Engieering Saddle - XT Rear derailleur - 38t
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