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ODYSSEYvsSUNDAY
HD Trailer

Two teams.
One trip anywhere in the world.
You decide.

Videos and voting go live 11/24/17.

Featuring Broc Raiford, Gary Young, Justin Spriet, Matt Nordstrom, Tommy Dugan, Travis Hughes, Jacob Cable, Aaron Ross, Alec Siemon, Brett Silva, Chris Childs, Erik Elstran, Jake Seeley, Mark Burnett, Jared Duncan, and Julian Arteaga.

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ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY
VX Edit #4

The fourth and final ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY VX edit might be our strongest yet, and remember the best is yet to come – both teams WENT IN for their HD edits dropping this fall, and you’ll vote on those to decide which team wins a trip anywhere in the world.

This month’s VX video was edited by Jake Seeley and filmed by and starring Chris Childs, Justin Spriet, Brett Silva, Matt Nordstrom, Erik Elstran, Travis Hughes, Aaron Ross, Mark Burnett, Broc Raiford, Jake Seeley, Jared Duncan, Rob Starbird, and John Mayo.

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ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY
VX Edit #2

Odyssey and Sunday are proud to present the latest ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY VX video, masterfully edited by Erik Elstran and filmed by and starring Erik, Mark Burnett, Broc Raiford, Jake Seeley, Chris Childs, Gary Young, Brett Silva, Brandon Webster, Tom Dugan, John Mayo, and Jacob Sanger. Everyone’s already hard at work on the next one, and filming for the HD videos is going incredibly well. Stay tuned….

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GROW UP
Doubles

Next up we have the Grow Up doubles section. We had a lot of fun with this one, but make no mistake, some of these clips took hours to film, and there were some really close calls. I’m gonna say it was well worth it.

–Walter Pieringer

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GROW UP
Jake Seeley

There are a lot of innovative riders in BMX, but I think of Jake Seeley as having his own brand of innovation. Some riders take BMX in entirely new directions with wildly different moves, while Jake uses many of the same building blocks as other modern street riders, but in ways nobody else is coming up with. The result is some beautifully imaginative combos and a unique form of riding that’s at once grounded in tradition and refreshingly different.

Don’t think any of this comes easy. It’s not uncommon for Jake’s attempts at a clip to number in the hundreds; that’s not a testament to a lack of skill or ability, but to how hard what Jake’s doing really is, and to how dedicated he is to making the crazy shit he cooks up happen.

The other thing about Jake is he’s a perfectionist. Jake will try something 100 times, pull it nearly perfectly, hate one almost imperceptible detail, and give it another 100 goes. There are clips in his Grow Up part he landed seven or eight times, still wasn’t happy with, and we had to convince him to use. I don’t think I’ve ever filmed with a rider with such high standards.

But man, I gotta say it’s all worth it. Check out his part and you’ll understand.

–Walter Pieringer

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