Our very own, Mr. Death Gap himself, Jim Bauer takes you through the specs and features of the Rooster frame on the Ride BMX site. Available at your local Sunday dealer right now. Check out more close ups after the break.
Look what we have here, it’s the brand new Black Magic version of trail friendly Rooster frames. The Rooster comes with trail geometry of 74˚ HT, 71˚ ST, lower 11.625” BB height and a 13.75” -14” CS length. The rear end of this bike is stiffened up by the Director wishbone and a post weld 41 Thermal heat treating process giving the frame a lifetime warranty. Find the Rooster using our Dealer Locator. Dealers please contact Full Factory.
Aaron Day has a very good turndown. Look at this photo, if he goes any further then it just makes the turndown weird. Absolutely the best spot to click it to. Photo by Garrett Meyers. Check out the Rooster that Aaron is riding after the break.
Recently, we hooked up Will Lueth with a brand new Rooster frame and Octave forks. Will’s from the Buffalo, NY area and as you might be able to see has an amazing trail set up in his backyard. Can’t wait to ride it this spring!
Everyone wish Trails Squad member, Aaron Day, a happy birthday! It’s the rainy season in Northern California right now, so maybe for his birthday he will get a rain free day as a present. Either way we hope you have a good birthday Aaron! No handed Rooster roasting during Texas Toast. Photo Timothy Burkhart.
The Rooster frame has seen a lot of shredding as of late. Mike Gonzalez’s bike check documents him riding his Rooster over the last month in Austin. Notice the leaves changing in the 9th St photos.
This frame is the only trails frame using the proven 41Thermal Heat-Treating process developed by Odyssey. The geometry is designed for high speeds with a 13.75″ – 14″ chainstay length to prevent looping out, a 74˚ HT angle to slow the steering and a lower BB to keep the bike stable at higher speeds. If you’re looking to hit some jumps then this is the frame for you. Rooster is for roasting!
Look for a full parts list after the break.
The Rooster is for roasting! And Bob DeLaat is no stranger to that! Here is his new Rooster frame with new Octave forks all freshly built up into a trails shredding machine. Check after the break to see his full parts list.
You’re going to have to trust me on this one, but here is the Sunday team’s best golfer, Bob DeLaat, blasting a table during Texas Toast. Photo by Timothy Burkhart. Look for a bike check of his freshly built up Rooster very soon.
Scot Draper spent his summer up in the Northwest shredding the jumps at Mt. Hood and learning to shoot slow pool. This video has a great feel with the song and riding. Looks like so much fun up there. Filmed and edited by Logan Reynolds. On a side note, this is actually Scot’s first ever web edit.
Aaron Day boosting a turndown during his trip for for Texas Toast. These trails are not in Texas just so you know. Photo by Timothy Burkhart. Check out Aaron’s Rooster bike check after the break.