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2022 Complete Bikes Preview

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We are excited to introduce our new 2022 complete bike line. At a time when bikes continue to be in high demand, we are stoked to release some fresh new bikes out to market. As always, Sunday Bikes continue to be the benchmark for value, quality and style.

We like to keep our bikes consistent, cohesive and fresh at the same time, and the 2022 line continues that tradition. You’ll find our popular Blueprint, Primer and Scout lines in reliable colorways, along with unique details throughout the Forecaster line including full chromoly frames for the first time. The Soundwave Special has always been a favorite for riders looking to get the best bike at a great value. This year we’re adding a cassette hub option featuring the Odyssey Antigram Cassette hub and Calibur V2 cranks, which allows the bike to be converted to LHD if desired.

Building on Broc Raiford’s addition to the team, we are introducing the new Broc Raiford Darkwave Authentic. This model is 100% aftermarket parts and exactly what Broc rides, all the way down to his signature Odyssey product, left hand drive setup and top tube size.

Stand-out vibrant colors can be found throughout the new line, in addition to some exciting new ones. Sunday bikes always look good on the shop floor, and you can continue to count on the same durability, manufacturing quality and modern spec that has made Sunday the go-to brand. We hope that you’ll enjoy checking out the new Sundays as much as we enjoyed making them. As always, thank you for your continued support!

Behind The Photo
Gary Young

After the Baker bike commercial shoot, Krejmas and I brainstormed some Gary-esque spots in the area and this modified jersey barrier met the criteria. Clearly comfortable with the setup, Gary started putting two tires up top after only a few warmup grinds. Zach guessed that a deck manual would be the one and Gary confirmed. It being my first time shooting with him, I didn’t want to take too much time setting up so I used just one flash (Einstein 640 w/ 11” LTR about 9ft high @ 1/2 power). I liked framing him in front of the freeway offramp but cars kept cluttering the background. I was NOT about to ask Gary to wait until there were no cars back there!

Los Angeles, December 29th, 2020. 70-200mm lens @ 100mm, 1/250th @ f/14 ISO100. 

– Scott Marceau

MACA
Welcome to PRO!

It is our pleasure to welcome Maca to the Sunday pro team! 

Maca has been under the Full Factory umbrella for a few years now, and we’ve enjoyed watching her shred at contests all over the world. We’re stoked and look forward to doing more with her in 2021 and beyond. Stay tuned.

SUNDAY x BAKER COLLECTION

In early 2020, we crossed paths with the crew at BAKER Skateboards. The idea of working together on a project came about quickly and this rad collection is the result. We are stoked to present the limited edition SUNDAY x BAKER High-C 29″ biket-shirt, and a special BAKER-made Sunday deck.

The HIGH-C features a clean off-white frame, fork and bar, red hits, custom decals and a classic BAKER logo all-over seat pattern. Only 420 made.

SUNDAY x BAKER High C

  • 29″ Cruiser Geometry
  • 100% Chromoly Frame, Forks, and Bars
  • Sunday x Baker Seat
  • Seat Tube Bottle Cage Mounts
  • Odyssey Twisted Pro Pedals
  • Maxxis Torch Tires
  • Sunday Sabretooth v2 Sprocket
  • Sunday Quick Release Seat Clamp
  • Odyssey 13T Freewheel
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2021 Sunday Bikes Preview

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We are proud to introduce our 2021 Sunday complete bikes. You’ll quickly find that our new line is full of improvements once again this year. We are excited to introduce “Park” models in both the Primer and Forecaster categories. With a model-specific geometry that features accents like a lower standover height and an Odyssey Gyro kit with dual cables top and bottom, both the Primer and Forecaster Park models are built to shred right out of the box.

We are also happy to announce that Broc Raiford recently joined the Sunday Pro Team and we were able to include his signature Forecaster complete bike in the 2021 line. Additional improvements can also be found on our popular High-C 29er bikes. This year’s model features V-brakes, an Avid brake lever, a quick release seat post clamp for 27.2 posts, a revised gear ratio and an all-new handlebar design.

From our entry level 16” Blueprints to our 100% aftermarket Soundwave Special, the entire 2021 line features the vibrant colors and finishes that Sunday is known for and, as always, you can count on the durability, manufacturing quality and modern spec that has made Sunday the go-to brand for riders shopping for a new complete bike. We hope that you’ll enjoy checking out the new Sundays as much as we enjoyed making them. Thank you for your continued support!

Jake Seeley
Street Sweeper Bike Check

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Chomp on this! Click around to check out Jake’s latest Street Sweeper with.

Frame: Sunday Street Sweeper in Sky Blue, 20.75″ tt
Fork: Sunday Nightshift, 28mm offset
Bars: Sunday Street Sweeper, 9.5” rise
Grips: Sunday Seeley
Stem: Madera Mast, 48mm
Headset: Sunday Integrated
Seat: Sunday Camosweep in Sky Blue
Post: Odyssey Tripod
Cranks: Madera Bantam Cranks, 165mm
Sprocket: Madera Signet Guard, 25T
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted Pro
Chain: Odyssey Blue Bird
Front Wheel: Madera Pilot with G-Sport Birdcage rim
Rear Wheel: Freecoaster with G-Sport Birdcage rim
Tires: Sunday Street Sweeper, 2.4” width
Pegs: Sunday Seeley PC, 4.75” length
Guards: Madera C4 and G-Sport Uni Guard

Erik Elstran
Pro Part Interview

New Elstran interview up at OurBMX.com!

If filming video parts were a science then Erik Elstran would have a Ph.D. Not only are each of his video parts super memorable thanks to his extraordinarily creative ideas, but the level of his trickery is mindblowing as well. 2020 is shaping up to be a spectacular year in the Elstran video part library with a mega section in Madera’s ABD, followed by the Pro Part we released last week, and there’s still the X Games Real BMX part scheduled to drop in August, which according to Erik, will be “some of the best riding I’ve ever filmed.” Safe to say that’ll be an earthquake of a video part! For now, we caught up with Erik about all the above and talked about some of the big moves happening in his personal life as well.

OurBMX.com