Full Factory’s Bobby Parker is putting together one of the new chrome Broadcaster frames when he shot this photo. The chrome is so shiny that the hollow dropout almost looks see through when shot in the grass. Very cool! Frames are available now, but going quick. Find one at your local bike shop HERE. Dealers can get the frame HERE.
During the fall, Aaron Ross, Alex Magallan, Jake Seeley, Scot Draper and Jim Cielencki joined up with Full Factory’s Bobby Parker to visit a bunch of shops and skateparks in New England. From huge games of Footdown to a bunnyhop contest on a 40 lb bike, we had a blast. Thanks to everyone that came out and to these shops Circuit BMX, Dick Maul’s, Fat Trax, Full Circle and the Garden.
You saw the 2012 Complete Completes video earlier this week. Now check out the flipbook that goes along with the video. We took a trip up to the Denver area to sample some of the finest concrete the area had to offer, get spooked by the creepy horse at the Denver airport and drive up the highest paved road in North America. The trip was amazing! The filming began in the alley behind Joe’s Bike Shop in Lafayette. As of this trip, I think the old Odyssey van has been everywhere. Enjoy and remember the new 2012 complete bikes will be out later this month.
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Here’s the video from the Graveyard Trails Jam that happened a few weeks ago. There’s a bunch of good clips of Chris Hilbrich, Bobby DeLaat and Alex Magallan as well as Full Factory’s Bobby Parker. Good stuff at some great trails.
Big things are going on with Jake. He’s currently traveling his way across the USA on his way over to Portland, Oregon. He’s planning on spending the spring and summer there riding street and eating Chipotle. In the above photo, he is yanking off the bumpy tree over to a concrete pad on the right. Look for more from Jake soon. Photo Bobby Parker.
Watch Jake’s amazing OSS video part HERE.
We offered you a sneak peek of our new Conductor frame a few months back, we’ll they’ve arrived and are in stores right now! If you’re looking for a simple and classic frame designed for higher speed riding then this is it! Check out the specs after the break.
That’s right Santa gets rad! Well, maybe just everyone over here at Sunday gets rad in Santa suits. The whole main team, flow team and employees can be seen shredding in this video. This was such a fun video to make. People really love Santa. Numerous times random people stopped to get there photos taken with Santa, snap photos of Santa riding or just got a smile on there face because they got to see Santa. There was even a 4 year old boy who was so stoked to ride with Santa, who was played by Gary Young at the time. Everyone here at Sunday would like to wish you a merry Christmas and happy holiday!
In the spirit of the holidays and bad network television, we bring you a very special Christmas Sunday bike check featuring Bobby Parker’s brand new and soon to be released Black Magic Conductor frame. If you’re unfamiliar with Bobby, he heads Sunday’s distribution house, Full Factory Distribution, so if you call the office there’s a 50/50 chance you will get him on the phone. Happy Holidays everyone!
Frame: Sunday Conductor 21.25″
Fork: Sunday Morning 2.1
Bars: Sunday Tall T
Stem: Proper Top Load
Brakes: Odyssey Evo II
Cable: Odyssey Linear
Lever: Odyssey Monolever
Cranks: Odyssey Twombolt 180mm
Pedals: Odyssey JC PC
Sprocket: Odyssey 36t Utility Lite
Chain: KMC 410H
Rear Hub: Odyssey V3 Cassette w/ 12t driver female 3/8″ axle kit
Front Hub: Odyssey Vandero 2
Rims: G-Sport Ribcage
Tires: Odyssey Aitken 2.125
Seat: Odyssey Aitken Nightwolf (WOLF PACK!!)
Seat Post: Odyssey Convertible
Seat Clamp: Odyssey Mr. Clampy 2
Extras: G-Sport Nipples on both wheels.
Fall time is arguably the best time of year. The cooler weather, the leaves changing and just a refreshing change from the hot summer really make fall stand out. Alex Magallan, Tom Arkus, Chris Hilbrich, Mike Gonzalez, Bobby Parker and Bobby DeLaat took our newly acquired van up to Pennsylvania to ride some of the best trails in the world. The weather cooperated most of the time and the trails looked amazing. Thanks to all the trail builders in PA who let us stop by!
The 80’s are like back! Here is Full Factory‘s head honcho, Bobby Parker‘s brand new white Sunday Third Wave! If you didn’t know, Full Factory is Sunday’s distributor in the USA. Just throw some white mags on there and this would easily be found blasting Pipeline Skatepark back in 1986! Follow this LINK to see his full bike check! Totally gnarly!