Our friend Jeff Dustin shot some radical photos with his Vivitar Series 1 film camera at Swampfest last month, and he really captured the feel of the weekend. Be sure to make it out to Swampfest next year!
Click on over to Ride BMX for a little more insight behind OVS and also to scope out a batch of sweet photos.
Check out what the Bossman is currently running on his Motoross.
Frame: Sunday Motoross, 20.75” TT
Fork: Odyssey R32
Handlebar: Odyssey BOSS
Stem: Odyssey BOSS
Headset: Odyssey PRO, Conical
Grips: Odyssey Aaron Ross
Seat: Odyssey Anniversary Retro
Seat Post: Odyssey Tripod
Seat Clamp: Sunday
Crank: Odyssey Thunderbolts, 175mm
Sprocket: Odyssey Fang, 28-T
Pedals: Odyssey Grandstand
Chain: Odyssey Keychain with Hollow Pins
Tires: Odyssey Ross 2
(2.4” Reflective Stripe rear, 2.3″ Big Logo front)
Rims: Odyssey Hazard Lite
Front Hub: Odyssey Antigram
Rear Hub: Odyssey Clutch v2 Freecoaster
Pegs: Sunday Seeley PC, 4.5″
For 2018, Sunday Bikes continue to be the benchmarks for value, quality, and style that other brands measure themselves against. With new features like sealed cassettes on the Primer, intergrated head tubes on the Blueprint, Cyclone freecoasters on the Forecaster, and Odyssey Twisted Pro pedals and Path Pro tires throughout the majority of the line, Sunday can’t be beat for 2018. We hope you’ll enjoy riding these bikes as much as we’ve enjoyed making them. Thank you for choosing a Sunday.
Look for 2018 Sunday completes to be arriving at shops in July.
We’re happy to present our current 2016 aftermarket parts & accessories product guide. Click through to see our current offerings which are available now worldwide.
Mark Burnett’s signature Excelsior frame is designed around a geometry that matches his technical East Coast riding style. It features short chain stays, a taller bottom bracket, a longer head tube, and smaller hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners.
Simplicity rules on the Excelsior and it’s built without u-brake hardware and Gyro tab holes. The frame’s front triangle makes use of traditional round MotoRoss style top and down tubes with proven internal gusseting.
Click HERE for more info. Available now in Trans Winter Blue and Raw.
Hit Ride BMX for a rad interview (and a bunch of great photos) with Gary Young. Also, be sure to check out his part in Vans’ Illustrated video.
Jake Seeley’s all-new signature frame is designed to complement his progressive, technical street riding.
The Street Sweeper evolves directly from Jake Seeley’s original Broadcaster frame by using shorter chain stays, a steeper head tube angle, a taller bottom bracket and smaller hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. Built with versatility in mind, the Street Sweeper features removable u-brake hardware and Gyro tabs. The frame’s front triangle makes use of traditional round MotoRoss style top and down tubes with proven internal gusseting.
Available now in Raw and Trans Purple. Ask for it at your local shop or favorite mailorder.
We’re proud to introduce the new 2017 Sunday completes.
As you’ve come to expect, our newest bikes feature tried-and-true designs, an unparalleled parts spec and modern aesthetics. We always aim to make Sunday the most “complete” bikes that you can pull straight out of the box, and we’ve achieved our goal again for 2017. From the Blueprint 16 all the way up to the Soundwave Special, it has never been easier to #chooseSunday.
Click HERE to check out each new bike in detail.
Jared’s Broadcaster is looking mean and green. Click around to get to know it better.
FRAME: Sunday Broadcaster, 21″
FORK: Odyssey R25
HANDLEBARS: Sunday Solar
STEM: Odyssey TL48
GRIPS: Sunday Jake Seeley
SEAT: Sunday Spiro
SEAT POST: Sunday
SEAT CLAMP: Sunday
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolts, RHD, 175mm
PEDALS: Odyssey Grandstand
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
SPROCKET: Sunday Knox
TIRES: Sunday Current, 2.25″
RIMS: GSport Rollcages
FRONT HUB: Odyssey Antigram
with GSport GLAND (OG Version)
REAR HUB: Sunday Cyclone Freecoaster
PEGS: Seeley PC Pegs
TENNIS BALL: Wilson