Josh from Angry Catfish’s Oddity 27.5+ Hardtail

We’re here in Southern Utah, soaking in all the red dirt we can and riding some of the area’s finest trails. While Kyle and I had a short drive to St. George, Parker and Josh from Minneapolis’ Angry Catfish had a staggering 24 hours of driving on icy, winter roads to reach our meet-up point. The boys finally showed up and Josh unpacked his Oddity Cycles 27.5+ hardtail.

Josh commissioned Sean from Oddity to build it up last year, where it was displayed at NAHBS and he’s had it on display at Angry Catfish ever since. He’s ridden it throughout Minneapolis’ trails but this is the first road trip this bike has seen and man, what a trip it’s been so far.

I love seeing show bikes being shredded, especially against such a wonderful backdrop.

  • AdamBike99

    That’s all kinds of weird and all kinds of right!
    Is it challenging to extract/replace your water bottle Josh? Looks like a tight squeeze, especially with King Iris cages. Mine are super-snug bottle huggers.

  • Jon

    Well hello hot stuff! I think I’m in love! I’m really diggin’ the geometry of this bike. Totally original with everything in the right place. Absolutely love the head badge and bars.

  • Ryan

    My next bike, whenever that is, will be an Oddity.

  • People like to pretend these days like the 2015 Royals’ are the best thing to come from Kansas City, but I swear to God it’s Sean Burns.

    • Ultra_Orange

      Royals stayed, Burnsey left.

  • Is that a ti frame?

  • Chris Dosch

    Always love seeing a fellow Minnesotan! Sick shop, awesome crew and even cooler bike.

  • Jordan Mackinnon

    Those bars ! <3

  • Nico

    Really liking the vibe of this bike. I keep getting drawn back to this photo set to drool a little more…

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  • Draw Imagine

    Lovely bike, I always wondered how that matt finisch is done on Ti. Is that a blasting proces or laser engraving? And that handelbar bend at the tips, would that be copfortable or just for the sake of being an Odity? ;-)

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