X

Subscribe to our Newsletter!

  • Alec Siemon / Welcome to Sunday Pro

    13Jul 2017

    Sunday is proud to welcome Alec Siemon to the pro team. There’s no question Alec deserves the bump – his recent Sunday video was mind blowing, everybody on the team loves him, he reps Sunday hard, and you won’t believe what he’s filmed so far for Odyssey vs Sunday. Chilling with Alec is nonstop laughs, and here’s to many more good things to come with one of the most unique and entertaining guys we know.

    – Walter Pieringer

  • ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY / VX Edit #1

    20Jun 2017

    Odyssey and Sunday are proud to present the first of four monthly VX videos filmed and edited by our incredibly multitalented team riders while out at the Odyssey vs Sunday house. This month we’ve got Mark Burnett, Jared Duncan, Justin Spriet, Julian Arteaga, Jacob Cable, Alec Siemon, and Chris Childs killing it on both sides of the lens, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy.

    Read More »

  • ODYSSEY vs SUNDAY / An Introduction

    16Jun 2017

    Get ready, Odyssey vs Sunday is underway now. Which team will win a trip anywhere in the world? Here’s the rundown:

    • All Odyssey and Sunday team riders can visit the Providence, RI house whenever they want, all summer long.
    • Odyssey and Sunday will each release a video in the fall with all their best footage.
    • Viewers vote for their favorite video, and the team with the most votes wins a trip anywhere in the world.
    • Riders from both teams will also be working together to film and edit VX videos dropping monthly.

    Read More »

  • GROW UP / Credits

    02May 2017

    We hope you’ve enjoyed watching Grow Up as much as we enjoyed making it.

    –Walter Pieringer

    If you haven’t seen Grow Up yet, you can buy the digital download for $5, or buy the DVD and get over an hour’s worth of bonus footage. Also make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get instant updates on new releases!

    Read More »

  • GROW UP / Erik Elstran

    24Apr 2017

    It’s easy to see Erik Elstran is a free spirit. Take one look at whatever colorful and delightfully eccentric outfit he’s sporting at any given moment (that he probably sewed himself), and it’s pretty clear this guy isn’t trying to run with the herd.

    Watching him ride, it’s even easier to appreciate the breadth of Erik’s fertile imagination. Erik can do whatever he wants on his bike, and he chooses not to do what everyone else is doing. Erik could be a tech rail master or flat ledge god if he wished, stacking the usual tricks in new and innovative ways and linearly progressing BMX in standard increments, but he is destined for so much more.

    You can always count on Erik to see a spot where no one else has and look at a classic spot in ways others haven’t. Erik’s M.O. is to seek out and locate a unique spot, and then do the unthinkable on it. Never content to simply make do with the obvious, it’s his determination to go above and beyond, to carve his own path and dream up ideas no one else would ever think of, that defines Erik’s riding.

    Erik has more fun on his bike than anyone I know. He’ll happily ride the most ridiculous non-spot as hard as he can for hours, or, even more impressively, be 100 tries in filming some impossible trick and still laughing and cracking jokes. Even when riding at the highest possible levels, he’s really just playing around. While cataloging footage for Grow Up, I discovered Erik had – by far – the most B roll of anyone one the team, and nearly all of it was him being stoked and goofing off. Erik possesses a singular positivity and enthusiasm for living that radiates outward and inspires those around him.

    It takes something very special to end a two-year full-length team video, and special is about the best word I can think of to describe Erik’s section. What Erik does is more than just bike riding; this borders on performance art. So go ahead and check out his part; I dare you not to smile.

    –Walter Pieringer

    If you haven’t seen Grow Up yet, you can buy the digital download for $5, or buy the DVD and get over an hour’s worth of bonus footage. Also make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to get instant updates on new releases!

    Erik rides the Motoross

    Available now in Fluorescent Yellow, Raw, Trans Gold, Fluorescent Red, and Black Magic. Learn more »

    Top Tube Lengths: 20.75″ and 21″
    Head Tube Angle: 75°
    Seat Tube Angle: 71°
    Chainstay Length: 13.25″ slammed
    Bottom Bracket Height: 11.5″
    Standover: 8.8″
    Tire Clearance: 2.4”
    Weight: 5 lbs.

    Read More »

 
Loading new locations

Find a dealer near you

Sunday Bikes

13502 Pumice St.
Norwalk, CA 90650

Phone: (512) 382-9973
Fax: (512) 297-2476
Email: INFO@SUNDAYBIKES.COM

Contact & Info: CLICK HERE
Warranty Info: CLICK HERE

Contact a dealer near you

USA / CANADA / INTERNATIONAL