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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.

Murray Loubser
Nightshift Bike Check

Our South African connect Murray Loubser runs down his Sunday Nightshift build, laced with Odyssey components. Watch the video for a closer look at what Murray runs and why.

Parts List

Frame: Sunday Nightshift, 20.75″, Classic White
Fork: Odyssey R25, 25mm offset
Handlebar: Odyssey BOSS V2
Stem: Odyssey RAFT
Headset: Odyssey Pro Headset
Grips: Odyssey TRAVIS
Seat: Odyssey Keyboard V2
Seat Post: Odyssey Tripod
Crank: Odyssey Thunderbolt, LHD 165mm
Bottom Bracket: Odyssey Mid, 22mm ( included with Thunderbolt+ )
Sprocket: Odyssey La Guardia, 25t
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted Pro
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird
Tires: Odyssey Path Pro
Front Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite Front Wheel
(Vandero Pro Hub laced to Hazard Lite Rim)
Rear Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite FC Wheel, LHD
(Clutch v2 Freecoaster laced to Hazard Lite Rim)
Pegs: Odyssey Graduate PC, 4.75″
Hub Guards: Stock and G-Sport Uniguard (Driveside)

Murray Rides the Nightshift

Now available in Classic White and Skyview.

  • 41 Thermal Processed (Lifetime Warranty): Sunday is the only company to use Odyssey’s proven and trusted 41 Thermal heat treating. This formula has been refined and improved since the late 90’s. The proven 41 Thermal process allows products to be lightweight AND strong. It is also backed by a legendary lifetime warranty against bending, cracking, and breaking.
  • 100% 4130 Chromoly Frame
  • Double-butted top and down tubes with proven internal gusseting.
  • Post Weld Machining: The Mid BB and Headtube is machined to its absolute minimum without sacrificing strength or durability. The machining happens after welding for a precision bearing fit.
  • Hollow Dropouts with Chain Tensioners: Hollow 8mm wide dropouts are as light as a solid 5mm dropout, but over twice as strong. There is a small internal chain tensioner to hold the wheel in place as well as simplify wheel removal.
  • Removable Brake Hardware: Refined, removable brake mounts and cable channel improvements that provides benefits with or without a brake setup.
  • Rust Proof Coating: All Sunday frames are rust-proofed with “Black Magic” coating before the final finish is applied. It is lightweight and the best anti-corrosion processing that’s offered today.

Gary Young
Unclicked Podcast

Season 2, Episode 1. Things have changed a little bit with the Unclicked Podcast. Dennis got a bit burned out, so we struck a deal where I’d (Ryan Fudger) would take over the podcast and he’d still be involved as much or as little as he’d like. Fortunately, we have several podcasts in the bag already and Dennis has been part of every single one. New logo, new co-host, new location, and a new dog that interrupts the podcast, but it’s still the same Unclicked. The first episode back is with the one and only Gary Young, who happens to be my best friend and have one of the best table tops in BMX.

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Jared Duncan
YOUREWLCOME “Staci”

This video is a video that jared from right before he moved to Austin Texas. Jared is one of the best bike riders I have ever seen his ability to just move the bike however he wants is always so amazing. He is a man of many talents, and bikes is most definitely one of them! These are some of Jared’s best clips that he has filmed and I was honored to have been filming and growing up with such an amazing biker rider.

YOUREWLCOME

SELFSTRAN:
Hometown Quarantimes

Over the years I have spent a decent amount of time riding by myself. BMX is all about the community and sharing the experience with friends, however, riding by yourself provides a different kind of satisfaction. I personally like a balance between the two. While riding solo you have complete control of when/what to ride, and for how long you may want to try one thing. Sure, traveling and exploring new territory is always rad but there is also something to be said about riding familiar terrain and seeing new potential in old spots. Like unlocking new levels in a video game, the more tricks, confidence, and bike control you obtain, the more options you have at a spot.

This quarantine has been a strange time for just about everyone. I’m grateful I was able to spend the onset of it riding a bike (one of the best things you can do for your mental health) at spots I grew up with. Take care of yourself (stran) y’all!

Erik Elstran