Dima Prykhodko BATTLESHIP Check

Photos by Sebastian Anton.

Photos by Sebastian Anton.

Our Frankfurt street assassin Dima Pryhodko just built up a brand new 2017 Battleship Frame before heading to sunny Barcelona to avoid the German winter. Dima's bikes are always dialled, and this new Matt Black beast with Odyssey parts is no expection.

Frame: Wethepeople Battleship 21"

Fork: Odyssey R25

Bar: Wethepeople SWITCH 9"

Stem: Odyssey Raft

Grips: Wethepeople HILT XL flangeless

Headset: Odyssey

Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolt

Sprocket: Odyssey Guard sprocket

Chain: Saltplus Warlock Halflink

Pedals: Odyssey PC

Seat: Wethepeople Tripod Fat

Post: Wethepeople Tripod 230mm

Tires: Wethepeople Stickin 2.40"

Rims: Odyssey

Front Hub: Odyssey Antigram

Rear Hub: Wethepeople Helix Freecoaster

Pegs: Odyssey

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This thing is one stealthy looking beast. The Battleship features a super short 12.7" (slammed) chainstay and a steep 75.5 degree headtube, making for a super responsive ride, perfect for a street technician like Dima.

Designed with input from Dan Kruk and Jordan Godwin, the Battleship frame has a taller 9" standover height, and a taller 127mm headtube, which allows you to run an uncut fork without the need for headset spacers, giving you a much cleaner looking front end.

Rubber of choice for many of the team, Dima runs 2,40" Stickin tires for maximum grip and traction.

The Team Tripod seat and more rubber. All Black everything...

Dima was an early adaptor to the coaster game and runs our proven Helix Freecoaster in LSD.

Fans of our classic Hilt grips will be stoked, we gave them an upgrade for 2017, and they now come in 160mm long. Still made using our ultra-soft VEX rubber, these badboys just got even better.

The Battleship frame and all of our 2017 products are available now worldwide. Head to the product section of the website to check them all out in more detail.

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