• 12May2014

    Jim C ya’ later!

    This day was bound to come eventually. As of mid-May I will be leaving Sunday Bikes. This was obviously a difficult decision for me since I co-founded Sunday with Odyssey back in 2005 and I’ve been working on it every day for the last 9 years. It's truly been an amazing experience learning the bike industry, traveling with the team and most important of all, meeting so many BMXers from around the world. My main goal with Sunday was to do interesting things with every aspect of the company and if you’ve been paying attention since we’ve started then you know that we’ve done that many times over. Sunday has always been in great hands with everyone at Odyssey/Full Factory standing behind it, and that’s where it is going to continue to grow, with lots of exciting projects already in development for 2015. So, now I’m off to new creative adventures. I just want to say that I’m truly honored by all the people that supported and rode a Sunday during my time with the company. Even after all these years, I’m completely stoked when I see a person riding one. BMX as a whole has never seemed brighter when you consider how amazing riders are today and when you look at the progress of the younger riders it’s clear that things are going to only get crazier. I’m very excited to cheer it all on from the sidelines. Thank you, Jim Cielencki Photo Rick Crossman. Top photo Photo: Andrew White/Dig BMX Read some words about the departure from Jim Bauer and Nuno Oliveira.

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  • 07May2014

    BIKE CHECK: Jake Seeley’s Broadcaster

    Jake Seeley wanted us to make a very tech street frame, so we did.  The Broadcaster is designed with the most modern street geometry and one of the shortest chain stay lengths which helps with tail whips and spins. The Broadcaster is available as a frame and a 2014 complete bike Check out his full parts list below.

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  • 07May2014

    Primer 16 & 18 Review on BMXGroms

    BMX Groms did a great review on our Primer 16 and Primer 18 bikes.  The goal of these bikes was to provide the most functional and easy to learn geometry in the BMX industry. One way we achieved this is by having our chain stay lengths far shorter than the other brands.  We didn't make ours out of proportion of 20" chain stay lengths rather other brands have made theirs way too long.  Other brands would have their 20" frame chain stays lengths a fully inch longer or more if they scaled up from their 16" bikes.  We know that if a kid can't learn and progress then he probably won't be riding BMX. Look HERE to see what 10 year old Kaden Stone does on his Primer 16. Don't forget to read the Primer review HERE

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  • 05May2014

    VIDEO: Alexander Rudenko destroys Moscow park

    Once again, Alexander Rudenko destroys another skatepark with his pegs and this one only took 2 days.  There's so many crazy tricks in this video plus the end 3 tricks are a very refreshing surprise. Want to see more videos from Alexander?  Then follow this LINK and prepare to have your mind blown.

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  • 04May2014

    Chris Childs’ Soundwave

    Now this is the bike of a shredder!  Chris Childs' has chosen wisely.  This is his personal red Soundwave with chrome bars and forks.  Red, black and chrome make for one badass looking bike.  Take a look below to see a parts list of Chris' bike. Have you been looking for the red Soundwave frame?  It's available now.  More info HERE.

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  • 02May2014

    Re-Up: Garrett Reeves

    Garrett Reeves' epic Summer 2012 video part was re-upped by TCU today. How great was the wallride pocket air and the wallride to air well above the top of the wallride? Too damn sick!

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  • 30Apr2014

    Red Soundwaves Now Available!

    Chris Childs shredded the red Soundwave to the win at 2014 Texas Toast Dirt contest in Austin last fall.  Now we are happy to announce that this color is now available in the USA at your local Sunday Dealer or favorite online retailer.  The frame comes in Black Magic as well. Follow this LINK to learn why your next frame should be a Soundwave. Built in Chain Tensioners Sunday Bikes Visual How-To: Chain Tensioners from Sunday Bikes on Vimeo.

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  • 30Apr2014

    MotoRoss Frame Now Available!

    You've been waiting for it and now it's finally here!  Aaron Ross' new signature MotoRoss frame is now available in the USA through your local Sunday Dealer or your favorite online retailer.  It comes in 3 colors: Black Splatter(shown above), Orange Soda and Cool Grey. Follow this LINK to see full details and specs about Aaron's new frame. Dealers please contact Full Factory to get this frame in your shop. Orange Soda Cool Grey

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  • 25Apr2014

    Danny Stanzl – Welcome to Sunday

    Danny Stanzl has been on Sunday and Odyssey in the UK (through IMG) for a little while, but we haven’t had a full edit until now. Full of high speed and stylish lines this is something refreshing to see.  Expect to see Danny head down and peddling fast at anything in his way. Filmed and edited by Robin Pearson all over the South of England.

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  • 23Apr2014

    Banana Wax Promo via Big Toys Shop

    Big Toys Shop from the Ukraine came through with a little promo for our Banana Wax.   It's very rad to see guys shredding all over the world.  Thanks again for the promo video.

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  • 20Apr2014

    BIKE CHECK – Gary Young’s Soundwave

    Gary Young's bike looks may look like it's been put through hell, but it's a Soundwave so you know it can take it. This frame is the highest quality and most durable frame that we've ever made.  It comes with some Sunday firsts like hollow dropouts with built in chain tensioners, post-machine welding of the BB/HT and Wave Tubing on the top and down tubes.  Plus it is all backed by the 41 Thermal Lifetime Warranty.  Choose wisely! Check out Gary's 2014 signature EX complete bike HERE.

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  • 18Apr2014

    VIDEO – Gary Young for Odyssey

    Gary Young view on riding and spots is very unique. Compare this Odyssey grip promo along with his Vision 2 video to other riders out there and it will stand out. This may be a promo, but it totally rips.

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  • 16Apr2014

    Texas BMX Round Up

    Do you live near Austin?  Do you want to check out Aaron Ross' personal bike collection? Then you will want to go to the Texas BMX Round Up held behind Empire BMX on April 26th & 27th.  It will seriously be amazing seeing Aaron' whole collection together.

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  • 14Apr2014

    VIDEO – Welcome to the Team Lukas Häusler

    Our German team is stacking up nicely with the addition of Lukas Häusler to the squad. This video is full of smooth lines and good tricks. How good is the way he gets out of backwards crooked grinds? His feeble to snaggletooth is awesome too. Welcome to the team Lukas! We are stoked!  Filmed and edited by Timm Wiegmann.

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  • 10Apr2014

    Wheel Mill 1 Year Anniversary Jam

    The Wheel Mill is celebrating their 1 year anniversary of their opening the only way they know how and that is with a huge jam! The Big 1 Year Jam is happening April 26th, so if you're in or around Pittsburgh you should be there.  Check below for address and directions. The Wheel Mill 6815 Hamilton Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15208

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  • 09Apr2014

    Sunday at Gordy’s via ESPN

    ESPN stopped by our shop stop at Gordy's Bicycles in Phoenix last week to shoot some photos and hang out with Aaron Ross, Gary Young, Chris Childs, Erik Elstran and Mark Burnett. Check out their full story HERE.

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  • 09Apr2014

    PHOTO: Alex Magallan switches it up!

    Alex Magallan goes switch for Wallride Wednesday.  If you've paid attention to Alex's riding over the years, there's a good chance that you will see him riding a spot that you've never seen before. Here's some random under a bridge spot that Alex probably found while exploring Tennessee.  Photo by Nathan Magallan.

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  • 08Apr2014

    New 18″ frame prototype photo

    If you've been living under a rock then you might not notice that there are so many young kids riding BMX these days.  Which is why did a sneak peek of our new 18 " frame on BMX Groms, a site dedicated to younger BMX riders.  Want to be inspired by young BMX rippers then go to that site. Let's get back to the new frame. It is a full chromoly 18" frame called the Radocaster.  It will have the same geometry as our Primer 18 complete bike and it will come with hollow dropouts and removable brake mounts.  There will also be a full chromoly 18" fork as well. Look for the frame and fork to be available late summer/early fall. Look for Saker Cranks to be offered in sizes for 18" bikes by summer. Here's the geometry... Radocaster Geometry TOP TUBE LENGTH: 18.5" TT (RECOMMENDED FOR RIDERS UNDER 5'5") HEAD TUBE ANGLE: 74.5° SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 71° CHAINSTAY LENGTH: 11.75” BOTTOM BRACKET HEIGHT: 10.35” STANDOVER: 7.5”

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