Laps around the race track. A day at the bike bike park. Having fun around the neighborhood. BMX bikes come in a variety of styles and Richardson Bike Mart has you covered.
When Sunday dropped on the scene in 2005, they instantly got a reputation for their innovation, tight geometry and for specing their completes well. Their Aaron Ross AM is no different. The frame features their Wave cromo down tube that resists denting, a mid BB, and a head tube made for an integrated headset and drilled for gyro tabs. The frame sports 13.25-inch chainstays that can manual forever and bunnyhop over anything. Sunday calls this bike the AM, but it's got pro gear on it like the Alex 36-hole wheels, 3-piece tubular cromo cranks with 25/9 gearing and a Rush U-Brake. And, right out of the box it's upgraded with aftermarket parts like sweet Word Bubble grips and grind-happy Odyssey Twisted plastic pedals.
Sunday is well known for some of the most complete completes out there and the Aaron Ross EX is dialed and ready to rock right out of the shop. The frame sports a cromo top and head tube, along with dropouts, down tube, and chainstays made from their innovative, dent-resistant Wave tubing. Other expert-level details abound like micro gearing, the mid BB, and a head tube that's made for an integrated headset and drilled for gyro tabs. The frame sports 13.25-inch chainstays that can manual forever and bunnyhop over anything. And, it's ready to get hectic with fine aftermarket specs from Odyssey like Quadrant wheels, shin-friendly Twisted plastic pedals and a Pivotal Aitken seat? It's even got Aaron Ross signature Odyssey tires and grips.
Aaron Ross has a style that defines progression and tests the limits of frames, parts, bones and minds. His PRO bike comes correct with a full cromo frame and fork, a complete Odyssey parts kit and a geometry that’s just like Aaron’s personal bike. Key frame details include a mid BB, a head tube that's drilled for gyro tabs, an integrated headset and tight 13.25-inch chainstays that can manual forever and bunnyhop over anything, just like Aaron. Of course, you've got 25/9 gearing and the Odyssey Quadrant wheels and Twombolt cranks can be run left or right-hand drive. The rest of the spec is all Odyssey, all the time, with a cromo Spacebar, Twisted plastic pedals and Aaron Ross signature tires and grips. You can get the same bike, you have to work on the skills.
With all the aftermarket parts on this thing, you'd think it was a custom build. Nope. this is Sunday's Aaron Ross SIG complete. It's pretty much the bike that he rides, part for part. The full cromo frame sports a bomber Morning 2.1 fork of course, and that's just the beginning. Grab a hold of the cromo Spacebars and Ross grips and be prepared to rip. The frame features and geometry are the same as Aaron’s personal bike with a mid BB, an integrated headset and tight 13.25-inch chainstays that can manual forever. You've got light, stiff 25/9 gearing with Twombolt cranks that can be run left or right-hand drive. The same can be said about the famous GSport Ratchet hub. The rest of the spec is all Odyssey, all the time, with the Hazard rims, Twisted plastic pedals and Ross signature tires.
Sunday’s Excelsior, Mark Burnett's signature frame, features a progressive geometry that matches his technical east coast riding style. It’s set up with short chainstays, a taller bottom bracket, longer head tube, and smaller, hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. Despite these features, simplicity rules on the Excelsior, so it’s built without anything unnecessary, like u-brake hardware or Gyro tab holes. The frame’s front triangle uses MotoRoss-style top tube and down tube that rock street-proven internal gusseting. All this gives you that super-clean look while keeping the frame lightweight and delivering heavy-duty durability day-after-day. - Top tube lengths: 20.75" & 21" - Head tube angle: 75 degrees - Seat tube angle: 71 degrees - Chain stay length: 13.25-13.5” - Bottom bracket height: 11.8” - Standover: 9” - Tire clearance: 2.4” - Head tube length: 5” - Weight: 5 lbs
If it’s good enough for pro riders, Aaron Ross and Mark Burnett, it’ll easily handle what most of us can dish out. Sunday’s Forecaster delivers the goods with a rock-solid rig that is ready for anything you can dream up. The frame’s chromoly downtube and dropouts put strength where you need it most, and Sunday Lightning rims uphold that toughness for all-day street sessions that end with no need for maintenance. Crank up your chromoly cranks with Odyssey’s Twisted PC pedals, and let the freecoaster hub do its magic, hooking up when it’s go time, and spinning free to open up new trick territory. Sealed bearings all around keep you rolling smoothly on your Odyssey Pursuit tires with 2.4 inches of asphalt-gripping width to grab the street and soak up the airs to flat. You don’t have to be a pro to ride their bike.
Gary Young has been around and is well known as one of the best all-rounders out there. His Sunday AM reflects that. Its down tube is constructed from Sunday's dent-fighting Wave tubing so don't be afraid to give it. The rest of the specs have your back with Word Bubble grips, grippy, shin-friendly Odyssey plastic pedals and a Rush U-brake. The geometry is tight with a 13.25-chainstays, ready to manual for whole blocks and whip around. Plus, the rims are 36-hole Alex and the gearing is 25/9 with cromo cranks of course, making this a truly complete complete.
Trails, freestyle, street; whatever you do, Sunday's Gary Young EX does it all, just like the man himself. The frame, thanks to a cromo top tube and head tube, is nice and light, yet it's bomber thanks to their dent-fighting Wave down tube, chainstays and dropouts. You troop on a full cromo fork and Odyssey rims wrapped with Odyssey tires and stiff tubular cromo cranks running lightweight micro gearing. Short chainstays let this thing manual forever and the head tube is drilled for gryo tabs. The rest of the specs are Odyssey awesomeness with a Pivotal saddle, shin-friendly plastic pedals and Gary Young grips, so do it all and do it well.
You're looking at a pro-level Sunday complete, the Gary Young PRO. Just like the man himself, this ride owns freestyle, street, whatever, with a full cromo frame and fork, a complete Odyssey parts kit and a geometry that’s just like his personal bike. Key frame details include a mid BB, a head tube that's drilled for gyro tabs, an integrated headset and tight 13.25-inch chainstays that can manual forever and bunnyhop over anything, just like Gary. Of course, you've got 25/9 gearing and the Odyssey Quadrant wheels and Twombolt cranks can be run left or right-hand drive. The rest of the spec is all Odyssey, all the time, with cromo Victory bars, Twisted plastic pedals and Path/Aitken tires and signature grips. You can get the bike, you have to work on the skills.
He started out on the track then went to trails, then went freestyle. Gary Young does it all, and you can have the bike that goes right along with him. It's pretty much the bike that he rides, part for part. The full cromo frame sports a bomber Morning 2.1 fork of course, and that's just the beginning. Grab a hold of the cromo Victory bars and Young grips and be prepared to rip. The frame and geometry are the same as Gary’s personal bike with a mid BB, an integrated headset and tight 13.25-inch chainstays that manual forever. You've got light, stiff 25/9 gearing with Twombolt cranks that can be run left or right-hand drive. The same can be said about the famous GSport Ratchet hub. The rest of the spec is all Odyssey, all the time, with Hazard rims, Twisted plastic pedals and Path/Aitken tires.
Sunday’s Model C is the freestyle bike’s 24-inch older brother. With modern geometry, its partial chromoly frame and fork keep you young while keeping the ride super chill. But, the Model C is set up with legit BMX parts, so you can get as rad as you want to get. You’ve got a Sunday Freeze top-load stem: choice of the pros, with Sunday hubs and Lightning rims, ensuring you stay rolling smoothly on 24 x 2.2-inch Odyssey Pursuit tires. A Sunday Tripod seat throws in a little BMX-sophisticated, and stout, 3-piece chromoly cranks dish it out, spinning on a mid bottom bracket, while Odyssey Springfield brakes dial it back in. Take it easy or take it to the street hard. Either way, you’re set up on the Model C.
Sunday's Model C EX is a properly scaled 24-inch bike with the same geometry and handling as the 20-incher that you know and love. It even has BMX features like an integrated headset, gyro tab holes and a sealed mid BB. Sunday specs it with the quality gear that you've come to expect from them like a cromo down tube and Alex wheels with an Odyssey rear hub. This cruiser rolls with 3-piece cranks with light, stiff micro gearing. And a whole host of fine aftermarket specs from Odyssey like the shin-friendly Twisted plastic pedals, Pivotal Aitken seat and Aitken/Path tires top off this BigMX.
Sunday's Model C PRO is a properly scaled 24-inch bike with the same geometry and quick, responsive handling as the 20-incher that you know and love. First off, nothing less than a full cromo frame and fork for this bad boy. The parts roll on the same level, with true BMX features like a mid BB, a head tube that's drilled for gyro tabs and an integrated headset. The PRO rules the cruiser class with Twombolt cranks pushing a light, stiff 25/10 gearing and Odyssey Quadrant wheels with Aitken/Path tires. The rest of the spec is all Odyssey, all the time, with cromo 24umph bars, EVO II U-brake, Pivotal saddle, Twisted plastic pedals and medium Monolever.
The Sunday Model C3 features Sunday's influential 24” geometry riders have grown to love, at a sweeter price point. It’s quick, responsive, stable, comfortable, and feels like a Sunday 20” BMX frame, but bigger! Build it to stretch out a little and relax while still having the chops to string together a sick mid-cruise session. - Top tube length: 22" - Chainstay length: 14.6" slammed - Bottom bracket height: 13.75" - Head tube angle: 74.5 degrees - Seat tube angle: 71 degrees - Standover: 9.75"
Sunday asked their rider, Aaron Ross, what he’d like to see in his new signature model, the MotoRoss. He said he wanted a frame with a traditional look, steep and responsive headtube angle, and a clean-looking integrated headset, all at a more affordable price. Sunday came through big. The custom-drawn top tube and down tube are dimensioned to handle massive front triangle stresses, while the downtube is internally butted to eliminate the need for additional gussets at the head tube. This means you get a lightweight, traditional-looking frame that can handle all the punishment you can throw at it. And, for extra peace of mind, it has a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects and a 3-year limited frame damage warranty. - Top tube lengths: 20.75" & 21" - Head tube angle: 75° - Seat tube angle: 71° - Chainstay length: 13.25" slammed - Bottom bracket height: 11.5" - Standover (c-to-c): 8.8" - Tire clearance: 2.4" - Weight: 5 lbs
Sunday’s Primer 16-inch is a small bike with a big bag of tricks. Kids and smaller riders, it’s time to step it up to a rig that has progressed as far as you have. The Primer’s frame and fork take you up a notch with chromoly dropouts and a mid bottom bracket. An Odyssey brake gives you an out when you need it, and 140mm chromoly cranks take abuse all day and ask for more. The Primer’s 25 x 10T drivetrain gets you up to speed quick and stays tucked out of the way, while Sunday Current 2.1 tires provide grip and cush to stick big landings. With Sunday’s Primer, what will you add to YOUR bag of tricks?
The Radocaster 18” frame and fork are built around Sunday’s proven and respected 18” complete bike geometry. The frame’s technical features are based on the Radocaster 20” frame. These features include: 8mm hollow dropouts, full chromoly throughout, removable braking hardware, and famous Sunday build features like a miter-cut top tube and reinforcing gusset at the down tube/head tube junction. The fork has a one-piece, integrated headset-ready steerer tube, full-chromoly construction throughout, and a responsive 25mm fork rake that has a perfect feel for smaller riders when paired with the frame’s 74.5-degree head tube. Light in weight and affordable in price: perfect for up-and-coming riders. - Top tube length: 18.5" - Head tube angle: 74.5° - Seat tube angle: 71° - Chainstay length: 11.75-12.00” - Bottom bracket height: 10.35” - Standover: 7.5” - Weight: 4.68 lbs (frame only)
Sunday’s Radocaster is designed to introduce new riders to Sunday frame features at an affordable price. It comes with many of the features that you’ll find on Sunday’s other aftermarket frames, like hollow dropouts and removable brake hardware. These help make it one of the best frames that you can buy for under $300. - Top tube length: 20.5 / 20.75 / 21” - Head tube angle: 75° - Seat tube angle: 71° - Chainstay length: 13.25-13.50” - Bottom bracket height: 11.5” - Standover: 9” - Weight: 5.2 lbs
The Scout is Sunday's dedicated trail bike. The frame airs it out easily thanks to a cromo top tube and head tube, and don't be afraid to hang it out there, the dent-fighting Wave down tube, chainstays and dropouts have your back. With a longish top tube and 14-inch chainstays, it's stable in the air, yet completely maneuverable, so 360 tailwhips are no problem. At least for the bike. Landings are handled by the Odyssey wheels and Aitken knobbies. The gearing is 27/9, to give you that extra speed, and the cranks are strong, they're full cromo. A Rush U-brake sheds the speed if you need it and the Twisted plastic pedals save your shins just in case things don't go so smoothly.
Sunday’s Soundwave frame may be the strongest frame in BMX. The Features List alone reads like a tutorial on the advancements in BMX frame design. For starters, it uses Sunday’s proven Wave top and down tubes that shrug off impacts that dent competitor’s frames, significantly weakening them. The boxed chainstays also resist denting while allowing for a shorter rear end and clearance for bigger rubber. Meanwhile, hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners get that rear wheel dialed, and post-weld machining of both head tube and bottom bracket shell means your bearings fit and seat perfectly, a must if you’re asking as much from your frame as Gary Young does. And, to top it all off, the Soundwave is 41 Thermal heat-treated, which adds so much strength and durability that Sunday offers a lifetime warranty on the frame! We could go on and on, but it’s probably better that you just pick one up, ride it for yourself, and see what the pinnacle of BMX technology can do for you. - Top tube lengths: 20.75", 21", and 21.25" - Head tube angle: 75 degrees - Seat tube angle: 71 degrees - Chainstay length: 13.5" - 13.75" - Bottom bracket height: 11.5" - Standover: 9" - Tire clearance: 2.4" - Weight: 4.87 lbs.
Are you obsessed with pushing harder, going bigger, and amazing yourself every time you get on a bike? Sunday built a bike for you. It's called the Soundwave Special, and it’s Gary Young’s go-to whip when he wants to blow away expectations. Its lightweight, full-chromoly frame, fork, and handlebar have undergone Odyssey’s 41 Thermal heat treatment process, so Sunday has no problem giving them all a lifetime warranty. Its Odyssey Thunderbolt cranks were enhanced the same way, and their 2-piece design makes them even lighter with no strength compromise. Odyssey decked out the wheels with their incredible Hazard Lite rims, Quartet front hub and Clutch Freecoaster rear, all wrapped up in dual-density Street Sweeper tires from Sunday. Gary Young signature grips and monogrammed Odyssey Tripod seat team up with Odyssey Twisted PC pedals to keep you in touch with your rig, so you’ve got the control you need to push your game over the edge. Now, go do something you never thought you could.
Ready to hit the track out of the box with its6061 alloy frame, three-piece crank, and integrated headset, the MX-20 is the perfect choice for the new racer or someone returning to the sport. Key features: - 6061 Aluminum, Integrated HT, Ovalized Anti-Flex Stays - Pivotal Race Saddle - Chromo 3pc Cranks - Tioga Power Block Tires
For the rider looking to get serious about racing. Proprietary Redline formed 6061-T-6 alloy frame, sealed hubs, and 100% Chromoly butted and tapered race fork for performance and value that is top of the class.
Roam has a race inspired Hi-Ten frame and geometry that is ideal for cruising the neighborhood. Some might say, a superb suburb bike. Key features: - Race Inspired Graphics - Kenda Kontact Tires - 20-inch Alloy Rims
This is it, the pinnacle, the zenith, the Apex, Kink's pro-level, king-of-the-street, ruler-of-the-jumps bike. It clocks in under 24 pounds and is set up with parts even a pro wouldn't change. Kink is a rider-owned company, they know BMX, and they held nothing back. A full cro-mo frame that's tapped for a gyro and 2-piece tubular cro-mo cranks start you off right. The fork is an Odyssey Race, made with their 41 Thermal process that is just over 2 pounds and is stupid strong. Rims are Alienation, and the rear is a chrome-plated Delinquent, sick. Your bars are Kink Badgers and the stem is an Odyssey Classic Front Load, long loved by core BMXers. Odyssey also supplies their Evo brake and Mono lever, as well as their awesome Twisted plastic pedals, they'll grind all day. Other key details include 13.75-inch chainstays, an integrated headset, a Pivotal saddle and 2 pegs.
There's no where to go from here, you're already at the top with the Apex, Kink's pro-level, king-of-all-bikes rig. Kink is a rider-owned company, they know BMX, and they held nothing back. A full cro-mo frame with butted tubes is mated to a Kink 100% cro-mo Foundation Fork. 2-piece tubular cro-mo cranks power Mission sealed bolt-in hubs, with Alienation rims and Duo Stunner tires spinning around them. Kink Lynx bars steer, and a Pivotal Arcane seat gives you somewhere to rest. The adventive Spanish sealed bottom bracket reduces weight without any decrease in durability - just ask Kink's team riders who have been on them for 3 years. Two pegs give you some techy trick options, a 990 rear brake is perfect for stalls, and the frame is predrilled and tapped for detangler tabs if you want them.
Don’t let the name deceive you – Kink’s Bantam 18 is a full-on freestyle rig that’s ready to get feisty in the park and throw big airs at the dirt jumps. The tough 4130 chromoly frame stands strong as you perfect your ice picks and barspins, and the 18-inch top tube helps give you excellent control. Kink also spec’d this frame with seatstay brake mounts, a Spanish BB shell, and integrated chain tensionsers for quick adjustments. Plus, removable detangler tabs are included, if that’s how you roll.
Kink's Barrier proudly boasts a 100% cro-mo frame and full cro-mo fork with a 1-piece steerer and tapered legs. Key frame details include a 20.5-inch top tube, 13.75-inch chainstays, a sealed mid BB and an integrated headset. Power is fed through tubular cro-mo cranks with 25/9 gearing equipped with a lightweight aluminum sprocket and a 1-piece driver. Combine all that with hand-selected parts chosen for both their weight and durability, and you get a fully legit bike that can take a pounding that weighs just 25.5 pounds. Your wheels are Alienation's Black Sheep rims laced to sealed Mission hubs with Duo tires. To top it all off, check the Pivotal saddle, steel pegs and Tektro U-brake.
Kink's Barrier is built to help you break through to the next level. It proudly boasts a 100% chromoly frame and full cro-mo fork with a 1-piece steerer and tapered legs. Key frame details include a 20.5-inch top tube and an integrated headset. Your power is transmitted through tubular cro-mo cranks with a sealed Spanish bottom bracket, while a low-profile 25/9 micro drive and 1-piece driver keeps things simple and tough. Alienation's Black Sheep rims are laced to sealed Mission hubs and wrapped with Kink Lyra tires. And, Mission takes care of crucial components, like the lightweight Pivotal seat/seatpost combo and a rear brake that is perfect for bringing things to a halt.
Kink's Barrier is built to move you to the next level. It proudly boasts a 100% cro-mo frame and full cro-mo fork with a 1-piece steerer and tapered legs. Key frame details include a 20.5-inch top tube and an integrated headset. Power is fed through tubular cro-mo cranks with 25/9 gearing equipped with a lightweight aluminum sprocket and a 1-piece driver. Alienation's Black Sheep rims are laced to sealed Mission hubs and wrapped with Duo Stunner tires. The adventive Spanish sealed bottom bracket reduces weight without any decrease in durability - just ask Kink's team riders who have been on them for 3 years. Two pegs give you some techy trick options, a 990 rear brake is perfect for stalls, and the frame is predrilled and tapped for detangler tabs if you want them.
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