• 20Jun2014

    Custom Ryan Tuerck Sunday Bike

    Sunday recently teamed up with Fairdale on some one-off bikes for Formula Drift driver Ryan Tuerck (who is also a BMXer). If you follow Ryan, you will notice that these bikes match his car's livery. This was a fun project and we're psyched on how the bikes came out. You can catch these bikes in the pits at any of Ryan's events. Click below for more detail shots.

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  • 18Jun2014

    Post Weld Machining

    All Sunday frames use a mid bottom bracket and an integrated headset. A BB shell starts off perfectly round before the frame is welded, but after welding the shape is distorted due to the weld heat. No longer is it perfectly round, which makes it more difficult to install your BB bearing. It is difficult to install a round bearing into something that is not perfectly round. We go back in after-welding to remachine the BB and headtube, so that they are perfectly round and your bearings fit in without any issues. Very few companies take the time to do this. Choose wisely.

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  • 04Jun2014

    Print Ad: Mark Burnett

    Here's the latest print ad featuring Mark Burnett that's currently running in Ride UK. Mark's on the Army Green Broadcaster frame, click HERE for info on that.

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  • 03Jun2014

    Mike Elias

    Our friend Mike Elias just dropped a new video. Check it out.

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  • 02Jun2014

    2015 Sunday Complete Bikes

    Welcome to the 2015 Sunday complete bike line. We are proud to show you our all-new aesthetic and direction for Sunday’s 10th Anniversary. We are very excited about this 2015 line. In addition to new models, you will also notice an impressive product spec throughout. For example, you will find Odyssey Hawk tires in 2.40, both front and rear, beginning as low as the Primer level and continuing through the line. The Broadcaster also has a freecoaster option this year. From entry level bikes like the Blueprint, to pro level bikes like the Soundwave Special all the way to the now classic Model-C, the 2015 Sunday complete line-up truly has a bike for everyone. Click HERE to view full specs and detail shots. As always, enjoy and continue to Choose Wisely.

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  • 27May2014

    Chris Childs on The Union

    Chris Childs has a quick interview over on The Union. He's gonna be riding in dirt at this years X Games in Austin, so keep an eye out for him! Click HERE to check out the interview.

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  • 23May2014

    [RE UP] Chris Childs Welcome Video

    Chris Childs rides it all, and with a style and energy all his own. If you missed this welcome video from last year, press play now. Chris will be riding in the upcoming X Games so keep an eye out for him.

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  • 22May2014

    Ryan Slusher’s 18″ Radocaster

    11 year old Ryan Slusher was the lucky and deserving recipient of an 18" Sunday Radocaster sample frame, and here is his final build. Look sick! We're sure he will make the most of it. Follow him on Instagram. More info soon...

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  • 16May2014

    [RE-UP] Seeley / Elstran in Austin video

    In case you missed Jake and  Erik's recent split video, here is your chance to give it a look. If you've seen it already, watch it again! Jake and Erik are currently riding the new Broadcaster frames.

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  • 14May2014

    Win A Year’s Supply of Garrett Reeves grips!

    Want to win a years worth (12 pairs) of Garrett Reeves signature grips? All you have to do is post a unique riding photo on Instagram/Facebook along with the #garrettgrips hashtag. The more unique the spot and trick, the better! Get creative. Ends 5/21.

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  • 13May2014

    Paul Shariff

    Sunday is excited to announce that we've added young NorCal shredder Paul Shariff to the Sunday flow team. It should be clear to anyone who's seen Paul ride that he's got a bunch of talent, and at only 15 years old, the sky's the limit for this kid. Check out his latest video and give him a follow at @paulshariff. - Walter Pieringer

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  • 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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