Odyssey BMX is a bicycle parts company based in Cerritos California specialising in BMX. Founded in 1985, one of its first products was the Gyro detangler, which is still in production today. The term “Gyro” is a registered trademark owned by Odyssey. The product line currently includes almost all parts necessary to build a BMX except frames.
In 2005 the company won a design distinction award from ID magazine for the Elementary stem which gained a US patent and challenged the prevalent stem design of the time which used 6 bolts and replaced them with a single bolt controlling an internal expander. The Elementary stem was a collaboration with George French of G-Sport and in the course of this project odyssey BMX absorbed G-Sport 
In 2009 Odyssey launched the Ratchet hub under the G-Sport brand
In 2005 and 2009 The Odyssey Catalogue was featured in Print Magazine's Regional Design Annual
Aaron Ross has a signature grip which has gained wider interest
The company has 5 US distributors and a further 44 worldwide 
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