The crew at Sunday Bikes dropped a brand new Bike Check with Jared Duncan and his fresh Discovery setup that he’s rolling around on. The bike is decked out top to bottom in Sunday Bikes and Odyssey parts, and it is looking real dialed. You can check out a full parts list and a whole bunch of photos of the bike over on the Sunday Bikes Website now!
Get a look at the Alec Siemon signature 2020 Forecaster Complete from Sunday Bikes! It’s always rad to see what a complete bike can hold up to these days, and based on Alec’s riding in this video it is easy to see that this bike is ready for the streets right out of the box. Hit play to watch Alec take the bike out, then get the full parts list below!
“Life is ruff, find true love with the 2020 Alec Schmalec signature complete.”
Frame: 20.75″ TT, integrated 1-1/8″ head tube, CroMo DT and DO, w/ removable brake hardware
Fork: Sunday Forecaster, 20″ fork w/ 2-piece chromoly steerer tube and welded pre-load
Handlebar: Sunday, 9 x 28.5″, 12° backsweep, 4° upsweep, 2-piece
Stem: Sunday Freeze Top load, 48mm
Headset: FSA integrated, 1-1/8″
Alloy Cap: Sunday M16, aluminum
Brake Lever: Odyssey Springfield
Brakes: Odyssey Springfield U-brake
Brake Cable: Odyssey Quik Slic
Grips: Sunday Jake Seeley
Seat: Sunday Badge, Pivotal
Seat Post: Sunday Pivotal
Seat Clamp: Sunday
Sprocket: Sunday Sabertooth V2, 25T, steel
Cranks: 170mm, 3-piece, chromoly
BB Parts: Sealed, Mid, 19mm
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC Pro
Rims: Sunday Lightning, 20″, 36H
Front Hub: Sunday, 36H, low-flange, sealed , 3/8″ female axle
Rear Hub: Odyssey Clutch V2 FC, 36H, 14mm female axle w/ 9T driver, RHD, non-drive PC guard
Spokes: 14g steel, black
Tires: Odyssey Path Pro OEM, 20 x 2.4″ (F & R)
Chain: KMC Z1 wide
Top Tube Length: 20.75″
Head Tube Angle: 75.5°
Seat Tube Angle: 71°
Chainstay Length: 13.2-13.5”
Bottom Bracket Height: 11.5″
With Brakes: 26.78lbs
Curious what Brett Silva is running for a setup these days? You’re in luck because Sunday Bikes dropped a fresh Bike Check with Brett and his current Sunday Soundwave setup decked out top to bottom in Sunday and Odyssey parts! You can check out a whole bunch of photos and a full parts list over on the Sunday Bikes website now!
The other day Sunday Bikes dropped Alec Siemon‘s new “Units Worldwide” video that turned out super good. Now we get a raw cut of behind the scenes footage showing some of the b-roll, second angles, crashes and random clips that were filmed while working on the video. Check it out!
“Enter the mind’s eye of Alec Siemon as he battles a trick for the lens of the legendary Jeff Zielinski while stacking the VX clip with the homie Justin Schual for his Units Worldwide section.” – Sunday Bikes
Sunday Bikes coming through with some fresh heat featuring Alec Siemon absolutely slaying spots galore. Alec put his pegs to heavy use on every rail and ledge he came across, and mixed in plenty of nose balance and those insane downside whips and regular whips that he can clearly do anywhere as well. This is a banger, so many sure you check this BMX video out!
“Alec Siemon is someone you can never take seriously… his riding however is NO JOKE. Alec spent the better part of this year stacking with his good friend (and Sunday Flow homie) Justin Schual behind the VX. The end result is UNITS WORLDWIDE. You know the vibes.
Video by Justin Schual (@JSchual_).” – Sunday Bikes
Sunday Bikes caught up with their connect down in South Africa, Murray Loubser, to take a closer look at his current Nightshift setup decked out top to bottom in Sunday and Odyssey parts! Hit play and let Murray give you a run through, then check out the full parts list below!
“Hit play to check out Murray’s Nighshift build along with some fresh new clips.”
Frame: Sunday Nightshift, 20.75″
Fork: Odyssey R25, 25mm offset
Handlebar: Odyssey Lumberjack
Stem: Odyssey RAFT
Headset: Odyssey Pro Headset
Grips: Sunday Cornerstone
Seat: Odyssey Star Map
Seat Post: Odyssey Tripod
Crank: Odyssey Calibur Cranks, LHD 165mm
Bottom Bracket: Odyssey Mid (included with Calibur)
Sprocket: Odyssey La Guardia, 25t
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted Pro
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird
Tires: Odyssey Path Pro
Front Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite Front Wheel
(Vandero Pro Hub laced to Hazard Lite Rim)
Rear Wheel: Odyssey Hazard Lite FC Wheel, LHD
(Clutch v2 Freecoaster laced to Hazard Lite Rim)
Pegs: Odyssey Graduate PC, 4.75″a
Hub Guards: Stock and G-Sport Uniguard (Driveside)
The other day we got a look at Tyler Veatch‘s welcome to the Sunday Bikes flow team video (re-embedded below if you missed it), and it was jam packed with some damn good riding. Today we get a look at the B-Sides which is just over 9 minutes of raw footage filled with crashes, second angles, scraps and more. Take a look at all the work Tyler put in for this one!
“Tyler Veatch put in some serious work for his recent “Welcome to Sunday” video. This behind-the-scenes piece by Troy Cooper gives you a look at what Ty went through while doing the damn thang.” – Sunday Bikes
Watch Ty’s official welcome edit right here:
“We added Tyler Veatch to the Sunday flow team last year, and his kickass, freshly-completed welcome video makes it clear his spot is well-deserved – Tyler is a street boss who’s not afraid to send it.” – Walter Pieringer / Sunday Team Manager
“Tyler and I have been working on this for a while now. The dude put in tons of work starting right after the Thank You “Fresh Meat” video. Tyler surprises me every time he rides a bike, the fool will just keep getting worked but then gets back up and keeps going. Tyler is one of the hardest working dudes I have seen ride a bike and to work on this project with him was an honor. I hope everyone loves this video and can see how much work he put into it. Just sit back, grab a snack, and just enjoy my Ty’s, and I’s hard work and relax! Thank you! Hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it.” – Troy Cooper / @TMC150
Video by Troy Cooper