Today’s Bike Of The Day is a sick Speedco Velox Pro ridden by Jodie Lynch out of Ireland! I’m loving the carbon, oil slick and blue colorway on this bike. Also this bike is full of top shelf parts. Jodie has accomplished big things with her BMX racing career in Ireland so far. Check out her stats below and don’t forget to rate this bike via the sliders below.
About Jodie Lynch
Jodie is 3 Times All Ireland Champion.
3 Times Irish National Champion.
2 Times Ulster Champion.
Currently British National #6.
Club: East Coast Raiders
Local Track: Lisburn
Race Team: DC Cycles
Coach: Eric Williams (Horsepower speed and Performance)
Sponsors: Landmark Underwriting,
Kenny Bike Gear US.
Facebook: Jodie Lynch Racing
Instagram: Jodie Lynch Racing
Shout outs to:
Kenny bike gear US.
Horsepower Speed and Performance.
So the build was my daughters vision, (I was just the one with the bank account lol ) nothing really inspired her she just had a vision of what would look cool and be different at the same time.~Geoff Lynch
So she wanted something rigid, light and fast which stood out Something different from what was already here in Ireland.
Her favourite colour is blue but also loves the oil slick/rainbow parts so these had to be incorporated into the build.
Firstly she looked at lots of frames and loved the speedco velox and Avian forks to match the build went from there using blue components, oilslick spokes etc
Frame: Speedco Velox Pro.
Forks: Avian Versus Tapered.
Rims: Max Carbon 12k Glossy.
Hubs: Onyx Ultra.
Spokes: Oil Slick Stainless.
Tyres: Maxxis DTH.
Cranks: Avian Cadence.
Pedals: DMR Vault.
Seat: Tioga Spyder Pivotal.
Seat Post: Insight Carbon.
Seat Clamp: Insight.
Stem: Insight 50mm.
Bars: Renthal Moto.
Grips: ODI Van’s.
Brake Kit: Hope Tech3 Lever, Hope X2 Caliper, Hope Floating Disc.
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