Sunday may be totally about the streets these days, but you do have to give them some respect for putting out this complete bike five years ago to help with Catty’s insurance cost.
I’m not sure how much I’ll be able to update the site over the weekend so I wanted with leave you with a longer flashback. Sunday’s Trail Squad has long since been disbanded and their trails oriented frames and completes are also a thing of the past, but at least they left us with this edit from their time in our world.
That time we let the Jackal ( @chrischildss ) loose on some UK dirt. Classic. Shoutout to the locals! Jackal bar available now. #sundaybikes #BMX A video posted by Sunday BMX Bikes (@sundaybikes) on Dec 8, 2014 at 3:12pm PST Now I understand how Chris got into that position in the print ad for his Sunday Jackal Bars!
Chris Childs’ new signature Jackal Bars from Sunday are available now, and while there’s no guarantee that they’ll make your 360s look like this, they are guaranteed to hold up to whatever you throw at them. They’re made from multi-butted 41-Thermal processed chromoly tubing and feature 12 degrees of backsweep, 1 degree of upsweep, an 8.8″ rise, 29″ width, and a 7/8″ diameter crossbar for extra strength. You can pick them up now from your favorite Sunday dealer. You can also download this wallpaper version of their print ad right HERE.
In the market for new wheels? Want something that won’t cost you an arm and a leg but is going to last? Well you’re in luck because Sunday has a new line of wheel products that tick both of those boxes. First up are the Storm front and cassette hubs. Both feature sealed bearings and 3/8″ chromoly axle bolts. The cassette features a sealed rhd 9t chromoly driver. Next up is the Thunder rim, which is a double wall rim capable of withstanding whatever you can dish out. Finally there’s the even more affordable Lightening rim, which is single walled…
Looking for something a little more comfortable in the seating department? Sunday’s new Cloud Pivotal Seat might be right up your alley. It features a super fat and comfy design that is perfect for those extended shit talking sessions on the roll in. They’re available now in your choice of Pachyderm Camo, Spiral Black, or Black/Banana Tearaway.
Sunday’s Rooster frame is now available in everyones favorite color. It’s not just black though, it’s black magic baby! If you’re not familiar with the Rooster already then head over to Sunday for all the specs.
Check out Sunday’s new Linear Zipline cable. They didn’t just pick a cable out of a catalog and slap their name on it like so many companies do these days. Rather they set out to make a strong and easy to use cable that’s also more affordable. It comes in a length of 40″ which is apparently spot on for a BMX bike, so there’s no cutting required. It also retails for a third of the cost of most linear cables. Crazy stuff! Hit up Sunday’s site for more info and to find out about the other tricks they had…
Sunday’s Rooster bike checks keep rollin’ on in. The next one up is from Mike Gonzalez, who just so happens to be one of my favorite riders. Head over to Sunday and check out the setup he’s running these days. How wild do those mega sized Chase Hawk tires look!
Head over to Sunday and peep Bobby D’s freshly built Rooster. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone run one of those top loading stems that’s meant to jack your bars up flipped over.