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.
Spotted this photo Timothy Burkhart shot of Bobby D roasting a tabe over on Sunday. Strangely enough I actually got to ride that hip over the weekend. Apparently I’ve spent a bit too much time partaking in the overabundance of left hips because my first run resulted in me landing so flat you would have thought I was riding street.
Sunday just dropped Trail Squad member Scot Draper’s first ever web edit. I heard Scot was stressing on it, but I don’t think there’s anything to worry about because it came out awesome. Looks like he even learned a few new moves while he was up at Windells Camp building jumps!
Gary came all the way to the East Coast to shoot this indian air for Sunday‘s new ad running in Ride UK. One time I raced Gary at a dilapidated bmx track in Tijuana. Completely unrelated I know, but it still cracks me up to this day! Full ad after the jump.
Sunday just put up a bike check on Aaron Day’s ride. He’s rocking their new Rooster frame that we talked to Jim Cielencki about in the interview we did with him last week. If you missed it you can check it out here.
Adam Roye outdid himself on the flyer for this years Halloween Jam at 9th Street. While most of us here on the East Coast will be battening down the hatches in preparation for this “perfect store”, the guys at 9th will be shredding it up at the 420th annual Halloween Jam. Sunday is running a special in their web store in honor of the jam. Enter the promo code “Long Jump” and save yourself 15% off of all orders above $30. Peep the whole flyer after the jump.
Pretty much as soon as I started Can You Dig It I knew that I wanted to do an with interview Jim Cielencki. I’ve known Jim for quite some time now and watching him grow Sunday from an idea into what it is today has been almost as interesting as his riding. I used to always bug him about making a trails frame never really thinking it would actually happen. It did happen though, along with a complete bike geared towards the trails, the addition of quite a few guys who spend most of their time in the woods to…
Sunday’s “Rooster” frame is now available. Hit up your favorite local bike shop or mailorder to grab one now. I think the color it comes in is already affecting my subconscious, as I found myself heading to the fridge for a Dr. Pepper in the midst of posting this.
The Rooster is the successor to Sunday’s Conductor and Model D. It features trails friendly geometry and is built to survive those occasions when you come up short. Hit up Sunday’s site for the full specs and rundown.