Congrats to Gary Young for taking home 1st place at the Van Doren Invitational that Vans put on. As you would expect, Gary rode with his usual speed and style. G always makes us proud! Above image courtesy of ESPN.
If Gary’s bike happened to catch your eye, it is a replica of his new 2015 Soundwave Special that is available now.
Garrett’s bike is always clean and simple. His current ride is no different. Click around to check it out.
Now this is the bike of a shredder! Chris Childs’ has chosen wisely. This is his personal red Soundwave with chrome bars and forks. Red, black and chrome make for one badass looking bike. Take a look below to see a parts list of Chris’ bike.
Have you been looking for the red Soundwave frame? It’s available now. More info HERE.
Chris Childs shredded the red Soundwave to the win at 2014 Texas Toast Dirt contest in Austin last fall. Now we are happy to announce that this color is now available in the USA at your local Sunday Dealer or favorite online retailer. The frame comes in Black Magic as well.
Follow this LINK to learn why your next frame should be a Soundwave.
Built in Chain Tensioners
Gary Young’s bike looks may look like it’s been put through hell, but it’s a Soundwave so you know it can take it. This frame is the highest quality and most durable frame that we’ve ever made. It comes with some Sunday firsts like hollow dropouts with built in chain tensioners, post-machine welding of the BB/HT and Wave Tubing on the top and down tubes. Plus it is all backed by the 41 Thermal Lifetime Warranty. Choose wisely!
Check out Gary’s 2014 signature EX complete bike HERE.
Wow! Chris Childs is the man with this double wide driveway turndown in our latest Ride UK print ad. This gap is in Austin, TX and when I first saw it, I wasn’t even sure it was possible. Thought it would be cool to just make it across not do a fully clicked turndown. Photo Walter Pieringer.
Looking for the red Soundwave that Chris is riding? It should be available by the end of April. Learn more about the frame HERE.
We’ve always been really into showing the personal bikes of our fans. Usually it’s just a photo, but on occasion we get to post a video of someone riding a Sunday. Here is John Mayo killing it on his Sunday Soundwave. Filmed and edited by Sunday’s own Chris Childs.
Chris Childs left a really good impression on everyone at Texas Toast. So, take a closer look at the bike he was shredding in the contest. He rides a new Red Soundwave frame with chrome Octave Forks. The Octave forks are available now with the red Soundwave coming next spring.
Chris Childs Parts List
FRAME: Sunday Soundwave 21″
FORK: Sunday Octave
GRIPS: ODI Longneck
STEM: Odyssey Tomahawk
SEAT: Sunday Cloud Spiro
SEAT POST: Sunday Toothy
SEAT CLAMP: Sunday
PEDALS: Odyssey Trailmix
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt
SPROCKET: Sunday Sabretooth
FRONT HUB: GSport Marmoset
FRONT RIM: Odyssey Aerospace
FRONT TIRE: Odyssey Aitken K-lyte
REAR HUB: Odyssey Anti-Gram
REAR RIM: Odyssey Aerospace
REAR TIRE: Odyssey Aitken K-lyte
Brake Lever: Odyssey Monolever
Brake: Odyssey EVO II
Brake Cable: Sunday Zipline20Sep 2013
Interbike 2013 is in full swing right now. Ride BMX stopped by the Full Factory booth to checkout all the new Sunday stuff that we have coming for 2014. This includes the new Aaron Ross MotoRoss frame, Lighting and Thunder Wheels, new colors in both the Broadcaster and Soundwave and all of the new complete bikes. The bikes and wheels are available now with the frames coming next spring.11Sep 201303Sep 2013
Cory Foust can flow any park whether its wood or concrete. He filmed this My Favorite Line segment for The Wheel Mill in Pittsburgh last week. If you have a chance to ride this park then by all means do so. The Woods Room is amazing!23Aug 2013
Sunday Bikes has offered chain tensioners built into our hollow dropouts on select frames since 2007. Currently, it’s offered on the Soundwave, Funday 2.1 and Wave C frame. The system is really simple and will hold your wheel in place. During the filming of our Up, Up and Away video, Jake Seeley was having hub issues and rode a 10 day trip with his wheel barely tight. The chain tensioners were able to prevent his wheel from moving even though the axle was not fully tighten down. Here is a brief explanation of how they work.23Aug 2013