Jim C’s Soundwave Bike Check

With Sunday and Odyssey being so close, I’m lucky to be able to build up one of the best bikes available today.  So, when it came time to build up a my new Soundwave, I realized that I didn’t actually have to custom build the bike with Odyssey parts.  Rather I could just get a Soundwave Special complete bike and ride that since it has all the parts that I would have picked anyway.  By buying this bike as a complete you save $400 over piecing it together part by part.  Check after the break to see a full parts list and some more photos of the Soundwave Special.

Soundwave Special Bike


  • FRAME: Sunday Soundwave, 41-Thermal, full chromoly, aftermarket w/ Wave TT & DT, hollow dropouts, integrated chain tensioners and removable brake hardware.
  • GEOMETRY: 20.75″ TT, 75° HT, 71° ST, 11.5″ BB, 13.5″ CS
  • FORK: Sunday Octave, 41-Thermal, aftermarket, full chromoly w/ 1PC steerer tube
  • HANDLEBAR: Sunday Tall-T, 41-Thermal, aftermarket, full chromoly, 8.7″H, 28.5″W, 12° backsweep, 4° upsweep
  • STEM: Odyssey Lincoln
  • HEADSET: Integrated, 1 1/8″
  • BRAKE: Odyssey Evo 2
  • BRAKE LEVER: Odyssey Monolever medium
  • BRAKE CABLE: Odyssey Linear Quik Slic long
  • GRIPS: Sunday Yell
  • SEAT: Odyssey Principal Gary Young
  • SEAT POST: Odyssey Convertible
  • SEAT CLAMP: Sunday “Slim” Clamp, 2014-T6 Aluminum
  • SPROCKET: Sunday Sabretooth, 6061-T6 Aluminum, 27-T
  • CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 175mm
  • BOTTOM BRACKET: 22mm Sealed Mid
  • PEDALS: Odyssey Twisted PC
  • RIMS: Odyssey Aerospace, 36-H
  • FRONT HUB: Odyssey Vandero 2, 3/8″, 36-H w/ female axles
  • REAR HUB: Odyssey Anti-Gram, 14mm, 36-H, 9-T w/ female axles
  • TIRES: Odyssey Aaron Ross 20″ x 2.35″ front and 20″ x 2.10″ rear
  • WEIGHT: 24 lbs