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Sean is a fan of the top load stem, so we worked closely with him to fine tune his own. Sean’s stem is made from 6061 Aluminum, has minimal branding and will come with a 48MM reach. The shorter 48mm reach is right in line with the needs of street riders today, for which Sean is in the middle of. Odyssey pre-load bolts sit flush with stem when mounted correctly. Simple and clean.
- Six solid bolt clamping configuration
- Headset pre-load bolt recess (32mm diameter)
- 6061-T6 aluminum, CNC machined
- Click HERE to download the full tech sheet.
- 48mm reach
- 33mm rise or -1.5mm when flipped
- 10.4 oz (294.8g)
- Available in Black, Hunter Green, Bronze & Raw (coming soon).
Some of the first footage of Sexton killing it with a free coaster!
We loaded up Sean Sexton, Eric Lichtenberger, Grant Germain, and Mat Houck and made the trek to beautiful Phoenix, Arizona. There we found warm weather, plentiful spots, cool locals, good times, and bad rap music. Enjoy!
Here’s a handful of wallpapers from our ODSY in PHX Photo Gallery. In this batch you’ll find Sean Sexton, Grant Germain, Eric Lichtenberger and Mat Houck firing out stunts all over Phoenix. Remember to come back on Friday ’cause that’s when the video drops!
Eric Lichtenberger, Sean Sexton, Mat Houck and Grant Germain took a field trip out to Phoenix recently. In case you didn’t already know, Phoenix has spots and our dudes have moves. Put the two together and you’re pretty much guaranteed to end up with some action. The video drops this Friday (May 3rd) but in the meantime, here’s a photo gallery put together by Walter Pieringer.
Click HERE if you want to set some of these gems as your desktop’s wallpaper.
“This February the Kink pro team hopped on board Royal Caribbean’s “Freedom of the Seas” and enjoyed all it had to offer. In between swimming, partying, and scaring the rest of the thousands of passengers, we managed to ride some untouched terrain as well. Originally planned as a trip aboard Carnival Cruise lines, they flat out denied us any chance of bringing our bikes on the ship, and forced us to upgrade to Royal Caribbean. As fate would have it, one of Carnival’s ships had major mechanical failure that week, and 4000 passengers had the worst week of their lives. We however, had one of the best. Piss off, Carnival.”