When Abraham Lincoln isn’t hunting vampires, he’s shredding on TJ Henderson’s Forecaster set up. Black Magic with fluorescent yellow parts like the Freeze stem make his bike look wild. Lots of 41Thermal heat-treated parts on this one. Check out TJ’s parts list after the break.September 25, 2012READ MORE »
TJ Henderson Forecaster
TJ Henderson Bike Check
Mini ramp shredder and all-around awesome guy, TJ Henderson sent me some photos of his Forecaster bike with Victory bars and Night 2.0 forks with 990 mounts. TJ shred hard in the 2012 Complete Completes video and has something up his sleeve in the next few weeks. I’m very sure you will like it. Check out […]December 13, 2011READ MORE »
Blue Wave available now!
Even though we’ve made black frames forever, Sunday’s always been known for colors and the new Blue Wave color continues this tradition. This blue originates from the stickers of the Black Magic and white Third Wave colorways. Hence, why this color only comes in this frame. This colorway come in the Third Wave, Morning 2.1 forks, […]October 11, 2011READ MORE »
Aaron Ross Orange Soda now available!
He topped himself again! Aaron Ross’ latest unique colorway inspired by orange soda is now available! Aaron’s signature Funday frame, Sunday Morning 2.1 forks and both Tall T and Victory bars can now be found at your local shop or mail order. The best thing is that you’ll be able to recreate Aaron’s bike so easily […]February 18, 2011READ MORE »
New Frames in Canada!
Ryder Distribution just got in a restock of the Sunday completes as well as all the new Sunday frames! So now, the Forecaster, Third Wave and watermelon green Fundays are available in Canada! All the new Sunday bars are available as well including the Victory bars (8.32″ rise) in Black Magic, purple and watermelon green […]July 21, 2010READ MORE »
Introducing Victory Bars!
Here are some photos of our new bars called the Victory bars. These dimensions might seem familiar because the Victory bars are the new name for the Forumph bars. There was some confusion with the name being so close to the Triumph bar, so we decided to change the name away from -umph that is […]June 15, 2010READ MORE »