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!
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
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
The Nightshift is 100% 4130 chromoly throughout, features super tough 41-Thermal heat-treating and comes with the proven Lifetime Warranty against bending, cracking and breaking.
You’ll find lots of design features on the Nightshift that are comparable to the top-of-the-line Soundwave, but this frame is built using traditional round tubing with unique internal gusseting for added strength.
True story. 15 years ago today, Sunday was born. Everyone thought it was a joke at the time, but here we are. Many thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years.
Here’s Jim Cielencki with a modern day move done many years ago.
Introducing our new Park Ranger frame. This frame is designed specifically for technical park, transition and street riding.
The Park Ranger is unique to our frame lineup, and was created to meet the requests of friends and flow riders that were looking for this geometry in our frame offerings. The Park Ranger was also made so even more riders can experience the quality and innovations that Sunday is known for.
This new frame design draws inspiration from the Street Sweeper and makes use of its tube set and short chain stays to help create a tech driven frame with a steep head tube angle, a tall bottom bracket, hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners and a significantly lower standover.
The Park Ranger includes all of the necessary (and fully removable) braking and Gyro tab hardware that park and transition riders look for when building a new bike. The frame’s front triangle makes use of traditional round Nightshift-style top and down tubes with proven internal gusseting for added strength.View More
Nick is the undisputed champion of BMX in Arizona right now. He’s been non-stop learning tricks since I first met the little f*cker 10 years ago. When I asked him to film a section for Lightworks he came through with one of the greatest video parts Arizona’s ever seen, and he made it all look ridiculously easy. When we’re at the skatepark together the whole crew just has their head on a swivel. Despite several injuries that would end anybody else’s riding career, Nick somehow comes back stronger like a super villain. I couldn’t be happier for him and Sunday, and look forward to what he accomplishes for himself.” We’re hyped to get to know Nick, and expect to see more from this guy soon!
– Bobby Kanode
Jared’s Discovery build is so fire, he has the bar pad to prove it. Click around to get a closer look.
Frame: Sunday Discovery
Fork: Sunday Nightshift, 28mm Offset
Handlebar: Sunday Street Sweeper
Stem: Odyssey RAFT
Headset: Sunday Integrated, Conical
Grips: Odyssey Broc Raiford
Seat: Odyssey Monogram
Seat Post: Sunday Pivotal
Seat Clamp: Integrated
Crank: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 170mm RHD
Bottom Bracket: Odyssey, 22mm Mid
Chainwheel: Odyssey Utility Pro (Prototype)
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted Pro
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird
Front Tire: Odyssey Aitken
Front Rim: G-Sport Ribcage
Front Hub: Odyssey Vandero Pro
Rear Tire: Odyssey Path Pro
Rear Rim: Odyssey Hazard Lite
Rear Hub: Odyssey Clutch v2 Freecoaster
Drive Side Hub Guard: GSport Uniguard
Pegs: Sunday Seeley PC
Other: Flame Pad 🔥