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Julian Arteaga
Might as Well

“Imagine not having to worry about a job, errands, alarms, going to school, or any responsibility really. Within these two months filming with Jerry and Brett, that’s how it was. Covid put everything on lock down so we took that as a pass on all the street we wanted. We grabbed my VX2100, hopped in any car and sent it, and holy hell was it fun. There’s nothing like being out with your boys and shooting the shit while filming on some solid setups. Hope you guys enjoy.”

Julian Arteaga

Music by Austyn Gillette, “Everyone”.

Filmed by Jared Duncan and Brett Silva.
Edited by Julian Arteaga.

In case you missed it, make sure to also check out Julian’s SNIPERS video from earlier this year.

2021 Sunday Bikes

Here’s a quick look at our 2021 Sunday complete line. Visit our bikes page for more info on each.

While bike demand is crazy this year and everyone is battling shortages, we’re continuing to ship bikes as we receive them and going down the list to get them to as many shops as possible. With that said, bikes can be found in shops worldwide now and more arriving in the coming weeks.

Music by Vanilla Beats.

Murray Loubser
Shapes in The City

New Murray Loubser courtesy of Red Bull. Hit play to watch Shapes in The City. Such a fun watch.

Watch BMX rider Murray Loubser transported from a lecture room into a BMX scene scape, then take a behind-the-scenes look at the creative team that brought this project to life. “We had been shooting photos for so long now and shapes were appearing in images we were shooting in the architecture and how the shadows were being cast and the idea was to do a project to capture those shapes as the key interest in the gallery we wanted to shoot,” Murray says.

“The idea of ‘Shapes’ is to capture the architecture and the geometric patterns that you find occurring in the city and showcasing those in the way a BMX would see his surroundings.”

Gangster Street Biking with Jake Seeley and the Homies

Hit play to check out what Jake and his homies have been up to!

“A video by the homies for the homies, “Gangster Street Biking” is a collection of footage I captured over the past few years of some of my closest friends. Pro riders and hometown heroes all mixed together to create a 20+ minute all street riding BMX video for your viewing pleasure! If this video makes you want to get out and ride my mission was accomplished.”

Jake Seeley via Our BMX

Broc Raiford
Darkwave Bike Check

Get a closer look at Broc Raiford’s current Matte Dusk Fade Darkwave setup, and don’t forget to WATCH THIS.

Parts List

Frame: Sunday Darkwave, 21.25″
Fork: Sunday Darkwave
Handlebar: Odyssey BROC Bar
Stem: Odyssey BROC v2
Headset: Odyssey Pro Conical
Grips: Odyssey BROC
Seat: Odyssey Big Stitch
Seat Post: Odyssey Pivotal
Crank: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 170mm
Bottom Bracket: Odyssey Mid, 22mm
Chainwheel: Odyssey Utility Pro, 28t
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird Half-Link
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted Pro
Front Tire: Odyssey BROC, 2.4″
Front Hub: Odyssey Vandero Pro
Rear Tire: Odyssey BROC, 2.4″
Rear Hub: Odyssey Clutch v2 Freecoaster, 9t
Rims: Odyssey Hazard Lite
Pegs: Odyssey Graduate, 4.75″

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New Hardgoods:
September 2020

New hardgoods are in stock and available now through your favorite shops and our online store.

Aside from Broc’s new signature Darkwave Frame and matching Darkwave Forks, we also have a new Anodized Fuchsia Colorway on the Knox v2 sprocket and Sunday Low Stack and Conical Headsets, a new Quick-Release Seat Clamp (in 28.6mm & 29.8mm), and last but not least, Jake Seeley’s Camosweep Seat in a new Kiwi Colorway to match his Signature Grips, Street Sweeper Frame, & 2021 Street Sweeper Bike.

Our Soundwave, Nightshift, and Park Ranger frames all come in new colors as well.