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Sunday Model-C complete at interbike

25 09 2009

I’ve been geeking out for the past day or so over all the BMX coverage from interbike.  There’s way too much to cover in a single post but suffice it to say there is a lot of stuff to check out (check out Vital BMX or bmxfeed for the full scoop).

Some notables: Sunday debuted their new Model-C complete bike that will be available in the spring. And Odyssey has a bunch of new parts, including some cool-looking red, white and black HGS 24″ spokes to trick out your wheels.

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Another interesting thing to come out of interbike…Macneil is switching to 7/8″ (22.2 mm) seat tubes on their bikes. For those of you that started riding after the mid 90s, that means a change back to the size that used to be standard on most BMX bikes.  I guess that sort of thing is inevitable with more and more companies going to smaller tubing and so many people running their seats slammed. As someone that still runs a bit of seatpost I’m not sure if I’m all that stoked on this latest development. Of course, Russ at SPRFLS has a lot more to say on this.

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4 responses

13 10 2009
Steve

I wish Sunday was releasing the Model C complete sooner. I have been debating whether to get the C or the WTP Avenue. I don’t know if I have the will power to wait that long to find out what it’s like to ride a 24 that behaves like a 20.

27 10 2009
Is this going to be you at 45? « cruiser revolution

[…] Bikes posted an interview today with 45 year-old rider Jon Faure and his experiences with the Model-C.  This guy kicks ass! What’s even better is he gets to share his love of riding with his […]

3 12 2009
She’s got a nice tight rear end « cruiser revolution

[…] frame features a 13.75″ chain-stay length! The Sunday Model-C, for comparison sake has a 15″ (slammed) chain stay length. Most cruisers have chain stays […]

24 06 2010
Is a Model-C with wave tubing next? « cruiser revolution

[…] Fingers crossed the Wave C shows up at Interbike. […]

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