We just received some new Yell Grip colors in this week. Watermelon green, Orange Soda, Midnight Blue and Grape Soda have all come in. They are available at your local bike shop, favorite mail order or the Sunday Webstore. These colors go with Watermelon products, the Orange Soda PRO, Broadcaster complete, Grape Soda Bonus bike and Aaron Ross AM.
This is a very good Sunday Friends. Martin Athanasiou built up this aftermarket Aaron Ross Watermelon bike for his son Sirus. He didn’t just go to the store and buy all the pieces because none of them are readily available anymore. Rather he had to track down the pieces throughout the world. The pink Odyssey stuff alone is almost 3 years old, so to track it down is amazing. Great job Martin!
Here’s your chance to win one of the last Aaron Ross/Watermelon Bonus Bikes available. This raffle is to benefit Vert Pro Jay Eggleston who suffered a very bad crash while riding at a recent Dew Tour stop. Read the flyer for more info or give Joe’s Bike Shop a call at (303) 666-1400 for more info. Check out the bike in the video after the break.
Anthony Wilson is easily one of my favorite people to ride with. He has a super fun attitude, works hard, has his own ideas and does it all with style. Here is his watermelon green Funday with matching Morning 2.1 forks and black magic Victory bars. He’s always been one of those guys that is good at just about anything he tries. Check out the threader feeble grind in the flipbook which is at some spot in Buffalo that I don’t know about. Thanks to Charlie Crumlish for the photos.
Frame: Sunday Funday 20.75”
Fork: Sunday Morning 2.1
Bars: Sunday Victory
Stem: Odyssey Elementary
Cranks: Odyssey Twombolt
Rims: GSport Roll Cage
Rear Hub: GSport Ratchet 9t
Front Hub: GSport Marmoset
Sprocket: Odyssey Vermont
Bottom Bracket: Odyssey
Pedals: Odyssey JCPC
Seat Post: Sunday
Seat: Odyssey Pivotal Senior II
Seat Clamp: Sunday
Tires: Odyssey Path 2.1
Pegs: GSport Plegs
Special Mods: None
Sunday Friends double feature today! Derek Henrique’s watermelon green Funday frame kit and Chris Taylor‘s Funday PRO complete bike! These bikes rule!
Aaron Ross easily has the most unique bikes in BMX. Over the past few years, he’s had some amazing bikes including the Watermelon bike and the Picnic bike shown above. We’ve even started to theme his complete bike line after bikes he’s done. The 2010 Funday PRO and the 2011 Aaron Ross PRO are based off of bikes he’s ridden in the past. So, head over to ESPN to learn about how and why Aaron picks his colors and bikes.
Here is Aaron Ross‘ latest watermelon themed Sunday Funday bike that was on display at the Odyssey booth during last fall’s Interbike show. He’s always got a wild idea and this one is no exception. He’s been shredding it on this bike for quite awhile now, so you can see some of the wear and tear. Awesome photos by Devon Hutchins.
Here are more pics and specs for the new Aaron Ross Funday frame due out in early May! The new changes are the removable mounts and the cable channel with pressure fitted cable guide under the top tube. So, now you won’t have to worry about choosing the right brake mount option or having the unsightly cut off mount look on your seat stays. Check out what Aaron says about the frame at TheFunday twitter page.
- TT Lengths: 20.5″, 20.75″ and 21″
- HT Angle: 74.5 deg.
- ST Angle: 71 deg.
- BB Height: 11.5″
- CS Length: 13.5″ (Designed around 30/10 and 27/9 gear ratios, 13.25″ is possible for 25/9)
- Weight: 4 lbs 13 oz
- Color: Watermelon and other limited edition colors