The Odyssey SXTN Clutch Freecoaster Hub is based off the traditional coaster hub design, but throws away all of the problematic elements and only keeps the parts that work. Odyssey beefed up the axle, the bearings and the mechanism itself so riders can fi ... Read More
The Odyssey SXTN Clutch Freecoaster Hub is based off the traditional coaster hub design, but throws away all of the problematic elements and only keeps the parts that work. Odyssey beefed up the axle, the bearings and the mechanism itself so riders can finally go backwards without spending all of their time fixing the hub. Includes a plastic hub guard and external slack adjustment. The Clutch hub includes a female axle with a 14mm non-drive side axle bolt and 3/8" drive side bolt with built-in 14mm adapter. This configuration is lighter and stronger than a 14mm solid male axle. The 3/8" drive side bolt provides room for an ultra-long-lasting bearing system in the driver - one of the weakest points on traditional hubs. The 14mm non-drive side bolt is incredibly strong and allows for a larger bore in the axle. Team tested and proven. Patents Pending. Worth noting, Gary Young (who rides everything) conveniently adjusts his slack on the fly depending on if he is riding street or park, without having to take his wheel off. Available with 9T driver and LHD or RHD. Also available as a complete wheel laced to a Hazard Lite rim.
Odyssey Clutch Freecoaster Hub
By: Drew on 29 June 2016
I haven't had a freecoaster before but I love it. The clutch is really easy to adjust no pulling the hub apart to change the slack. It's got roll for days. You will hear a clunk when you stop peddling for a while as it wears in totally normal.