24 inches high & rising

Have you ridden this thing at House Park in Austin?  You have to take off early and pull out far enough to clear the bars on either side.  It also narrows and goes over-vert.  Our 24″ bikes aren’t just for cruising, you can actually take it to tough places like this.  Model C complete bikes and Wave C frame sets available now!  Jim Cielencki on the bike and Mike Gonzalez behind the lens.

Mike Gonzalez Rooster Roasting

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The Rooster frame has seen a lot of shredding as of late.  Mike Gonzalez’s bike check documents him riding his Rooster over the last month in Austin.  Notice the leaves changing in the 9th St photos.

This frame is the only trails frame using the proven 41Thermal Heat-Treating process developed by Odyssey.  The geometry is designed for high speeds with a 13.75″ – 14″ chainstay length to prevent looping out, a 74˚ HT angle to slow the steering and a lower BB to keep the bike stable at higher speeds.  If you’re looking to hit some jumps then this is the frame for you.  Rooster is for roasting!

Look for a full parts list after the break.

Frame: Sunday Rooster 21″
Fork: Odyssey R-25
Headset: Odyssey
Stem: Odyssey Chase Hawk Front Load
Bars: Sunday Triumph XL
Grips: Odyssey Griswald
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolts 175mm LHD
Sprocket: Odyssey C-512 28t
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird
Pedals: Odyssey Trailmix Sealed Mag
Seat Clamp: Odyssey Mr. Clampy
Seat Post: Sunday Toothy Post
Seat: Odyssey Principal Gary Young
Front Rim: Odyssey Aerospace (Ano Silver)
Front Hub: Odyssey Vandero hub
Front Tire: Odyssey Chasw Hawk 2.4
Rear Rim: Odyssey Aerpspace (Ano Silver)
Rear Hub: Odyssey Antigrame
Rear Tire: Odyssey Chase Hawk 2.4
Hubguard: None
Pegs: None
Levers: None
Brakes: None
Cables: None

Mike Gonzalez Funday

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Mike Gonzalez is enjoying the benefits of working at Full Factory Distribution.  While waiting for his Rooster frame to arrive, he decided to give this Vapor Blue Aaron Ross Funday a try.  The color looks too good with the black parts kit.  Check out all the parts Mike is running after the break.

Mike Gonzalez Funday

Frame:  Sunday Funday 20.75″
Fork:  Odyssey R-32
Headset:  Odyssey
Stem:  Odyssey Tomahawk
Bars:  Sunday Triumph XL
Grips:  Odyssey Griswald
Cranks:  Odyssey Thunderbolts
Sprocket:  Odyssey Chase Hawk 31t
Chain:  Odyssey Bluebird
Pedals:  Odyssey Trail Mix
Seat Clamp:  Sunday Slim
Seat Post:  Sunday Toothy Post
Seat:  Odyssey Principal Young
Front Rim:  GSport Rib Cage
Front Hub: GSport Marmoset
Front Tire:  Odyssey Aitken
Rear Rim:  GSport Rib Cage
Rear Hub:  GSport Ratchet 10t
Rear Tire:  Odyssey Aitken
Hubguard: None
Pegs: None
Levers:  None
Brakes:  None
Cables:  None

Sunday Megatour 10 section

Props just released our Megatour 10 section that we went on last February!  The trip was a blast and it features riding from Aaron Ross, Gary Young, Alex Magallan, Garrett Reeves, Eric Lichtenberger, Jake Seeley and former Trail Squad member Mike Gonzalez.

Check out some previous posts from the trip HERE.

Hipstomatic Flipbook:

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Mike Gonzalez and I took off last weekend to ride street and parks in Atlanta as well as stop at one of America’s oldest skateparks, Kona, in Jacksonville, Florida.  It was a long drive to Kona, but it was nevertheless worth it.  I hadn’t been there since the CFB contest there over 10 years ago, so it was really nice to go back there.  Mike had never been there so it was a completely new experience for him.  Old school snake runs, very messed up cement quarterpipes and an even scarier concrete halfpipe made for a fun day. The pool that I loved on Roadfools 7 was changed, but it was still fun.  If you’re ever in north Florida and want to ride a classic park then go there.  After Kona, we headed up to Atlanta where we met up with Alex Magallan and Andrew White. Traveling is a lot of fun.

Mike Gonzalez update

To see this larger, just click on this photo of Mike Gonzalez flying though this tree.  After Megatour 10, Mike immediately jumped into a franatic SXSW work schedule.  He tore it up on the trip and continues to tear it up in Austin.  I’ve got a few more good photos of Mike that you’ll see later on.  Photo by Rick Crossman

Mike’s Conductor bike check HERE.

Megatour 10 Flipbook

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We just arrived back from Props Megatour 10 the other day.  The trip was a lot of fun and for once we didn’t do too much driving.  Our “tour” took us in and around the Dallas/Ft Worth area with stops at a few of the skateparks, the Desoto race track and both downtowns.  We eventually made our way over to Tyler to ride Morgan Wade’s warehouse ramps and shoot some guns.  Good times with good people!  Thanks to Props for inviting us!

Megatour 10 Day 1

Here we are in all our Megatour 10 Day 1 glory!  From left to right, Aaron Ross, Gary Young, Eric Lichtenberger, Jake Seeley, Garrett Reeves, Mike Gonzalez, Alex Magallan and Jim Cielencki.  We will be riding the Dallas/ Ft Worth area this week, so be on the look out.  For even more updates, check out

Triumph XL spy shot!

Mike Gonazalez is running the new Triumph XL bars on his freshly spray painted Conductor.  These bars keep the classic Triumph bar dimensions except the rise goes from 8″ to 8.5″.  So, you still have the 28″ wide, 12 degrees backsweep and 1 degree of upsweep, but now you can get them in an 8.5″ rise. Look for these to be available this spring!

Mike Gonzalez turndowns right HERE.