Erik Elstran and his partner in crime Rob Diquattro spent some time in LA and got to work. Watch the video above for proof.
All of us at Sunday are excited to welcome Julian Arteaga to the Sunday flow team. His close friend and fellow SoCal youngin Jacob Cable summed Julian’s riding up nicely: “He’s got one of the smoothest styles ever and makes everything look so good.” After seeing his videos for the past year and riding with him a bunch last week, I couldn’t agree more. Julian is a treat to watch ride, and he’s a positive dude to be around as well, so I think we did a fine job on this one. Oh, and his part in the upcoming Common video will surely not disappoint. Stoked to have him on board!
FRAME: Sunday Broadcaster, 21”
FORK: Sunday Octave
HANDLEBAR: Sunday Manhandle
STEM: Sunday Freeze, Topload
GRIPS: Sunday Garrett Reeves
SEAT: Denim Cox, custom
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolts, 170mm
CHAINWHEEL: Sunday Knox, 25t
PEDALS: Odyssey JCPC
CHAIN: Odyssey Bluebird
TIRES: Odyssey Hawk, 2.4”
WHEELS: Primo Pros
Chris Childs’ signature Jackal Bar is available now! With 12 degrees of backsweep, 1 degree of upsweep, and dimensions measuring at 29″ wide by 8.8″ tall make the Jackal Bar tall enough for comfort and cranking turndowns.
- MULTI-BUTTED TUBING: Saves weight without reducing strength.
- TRADITIONAL 7/8” CROSSBAR TUBING: Superior strength and durability on taller bars.
- BLACK MAGIC COATING: All of our frames are rust-proofed with our “Black Magic” coating before the final finish is applied. It is lightweight and the best anti-corrosion processing that’s offered today.
- 41 THERMAL PROCESSED: We are the only company to use Odyssey’s proven and trusted 41 Thermal heat treating. This formula has been refined and improved since the late 90′s. The proven 41 Thermal process allows our products to be lightweight AND strong. It is also backed by a legendary lifetime warranty.
Hit play to watch the feel good video of the winter. It looks like they were snowed-in for most of Erik’s stay in Denver but it also looks like that didn’t matter one bit.
Elstran flew into denver during a snowstorm. Out of the 10 days he was here we really only rode one of them. That didn’t stop us from having a great time. We beat Super Mario World (96*), Mario RPG (Culex defeated), and Donkey Kong Country 3. We played ping pong, cooked pizza and tacos, and watched The Office. It was a great time. Can’t wait to have ya back out bud!
We’ve been hooking Javi up for about a year now and the little dude has been progressin’. Here’s his latest video section from All Day BMX Shop.
Longtime Sunday Pro Alex Magallan has stepped down from riding BMX professionally so he can focus on the next chapter of his life. This does not mean that Alex is fully done shredding though, which is good because Alex’s style of riding is a great thing to watch. Fast and unique lines are what Alex is all about. Thanks for everything Alex, we wish you and your family all the best.
Above we have Alex’s section from our 2009 Up Up and Away video. Click below to check out a bunch of Alex Magallan ads and other assorted videos he’s been in.
Check out Chris Childs, John Mayo, and Sean Gringas shred the hell out of an ice patch (and a concrete park and some street spots) on a 29 degree day in this new B-CAVE video by Chris. They’re definitely making the most out of the winter…
We put new Sunday pro Mark Burnett up in front of a camera, plied him with sparkling apple cider, and let him choose which of your Instagram questions he wanted to answer.
Watch Erik and Luc explore Belgrade, Serbia and shut down some spots along the way. The curved wallride down the stairs at the end would be impressive on its own but the two trained down that rollercoaster like it was no big deal.
“That sucks you have to do that. Who would want to write about a piece of shit 16-year-old?”
That’s what Mark Burnett, Sunday’s newest pro, said when I told him I need to write something announcing his newfound status on the pro team. Of course Mark was kidding, but I still take exception. He may love his sketchy teenager image, but Mark is an awesome kid with a good head on his shoulders. While he does often have a lot in common with the piece of shit 16-year-old he speaks of, I find him to be a surprisingly mature and reasonable young man. When he wants to be.
But seriously, it is with great excitement that we announce Mark Burnett is now a member of the Sunday pro team. There’s no question Mark is a pro-level rider, and I’m sure you’ll all agree he 100% deserves it. The kid knows what he’s doing on a bike, and I really feel he hasn’t even come into his own yet. Sunday turns 10 years old in 2015; we’ve got some exciting stuff planned this year, and we’re stoked Mark is on board.
2015 is almost here and we’d like to take some time to look back at all the trips we took and all the friends we made along the way. Here iss our year in videos.
If Erik isn’t one of your favorite bike riders by now, then you’re doing it wrong. Here’s his latest blend of eccentric tricks and undeniable bike control.
The Sunday team had a great time in 2014, so to celebrate we thought we’d put together a gallery of a few of the pictures we’ve been most stoked on.
Photos by Walter Pieringer.
Here’s our latest print ad (in wallpaper form) of Chris Childs dipping a lofty 360 to celebrate his new signature Jackal Bar. It’s 12° of backsweep, 1° of upsweep, and measures at 29″ wide by 8.8″ tall – just how Chris likes it.