Get your child outside enjoying the sunshine aboard Redline's Raid. The low-slung, race-inspired frame delivers great standover clearance for safety as well as easy on/off, and the components are sized for riders just moving up to a 20-inch wheeled bike. Its durable steel frame, fork, and bars pair with lightweight aluminum components for a tough ride that's still easy to pedal and steer. It also sports a powerful linear-pull brake in addition to the coaster brake, allowing youngsters to learn hand braking with a foot-brake back-up.
A grocery getter that can still get it done. Fitbikeco's very first 26-inch complete is a Mike Aitken signature model — mostly because Mike is awesome, and chances are, if you're after a 26-inch, you know that, too. The frame and fork are 100% chromoly and roll on fat 26 x 2.4-inch S&M Speedball tires to fill all your dirt-jumping, curb-hopping, and street-slashing desires. Tubular chromoly cranks, an alloy rear U-brake, and two-piece 8-inch bar complete this classic cruiser.
We can't promise you'll be able to shred as effortlessly as Jordan Hango if you buy his Signature Series complete, but we can ensure you'll look good doing it. The Hango has a 20.5-inch TT, two pegs, and MAC PC pedals. And that Trans Dark Blue frame, chrome fork, black bars, and brown Cafe Tripod seat combo is about as classic as they come.
With a classic geo and killer Trans Green and Chrome finishes, it's difficult not to look good riding the TRL. Two-piece bars, 25/9 gearing, and an alloy U-brake keep it solid on the track, and Revenge rims wrapped in 2.4-inch Fit rubber effortlessly transfer from dirt to street.
When you are on a non-stop hustle like Austin Augie, you need equipment that keeps going and going and going. That's why Fitbikeco. built up Austin's copper-top-inspired signature bike. This 20.5-inch TT, ED Copper, full-chromoly complete has a street-specific geometry and a short offset fork that makes it super responsive in the street. Spec'd with an aftermarket grey Cafe Tripod seat, grey 2.4 T/A tires, a forged top load stem, and double-wall rear rim, there's no denying that the 2018 Augie complete is Double AA dicey!
Sure, Fit bikes look good, but there's more to them than slick paint jobs. The PRK is uniquely spec'd with a park-specific geometry, giving you a shorter rear end, lower standover height, and a 75.3 degree head-angle. Throw in a gyro and alloy U-brake and you'll be slaying it like your boy Joey Battaglia in no time.
Get quick with the STR street complete. Four-piece bars, 4 pegs, street-specific geo — it's all here. Revenge rims wrapped in 2.4 Fit T/A's can handle whatever abuse you can dish up, and the included alloy U-brake keeps your speed dialed on dicey run-ins.
Justin Spriet's 2018 complete comes in Navy Blue with 2.4-inch Fit T/A gum wall tires. A 20.75-inch top tube, two steel pegs, 9-inch 4-piece bars, and of course, Thank You Crew inspired graphics wrap up this 100% chromoly street whip.
Shredding that middle ground between a 16-inch and a full-size BMX bike is Fitbikeco's Eighteen. It features the same 25/9 compact gearing and super-tough 36-hole wheels as its bigger relatives, but is sized just right for your mid-sized ripper. This tight ride also brings chromoly cranks and a sealed mid bottom bracket to the table for awesome stiffness and durability. A rear U-brake keeps things under control while a saddle, handlebar, and grips from OG finish out this mini ride.
Tom Dugan is known for treating his audience to epic bicycle motocross entertainment, and his new signature complete is a direct reflection of his spontaneous style. You get left side drive with a 21.25 TT full-chromoly frame and fork, Fit 2.4-inch T/A tires, and tubular chromoly cranks. What more do you want? Tall bars? A Fit Cafe Tripod seat? You got it. Channel your inner Duganator and get to shredding already.
Shawn Mac's the Homie, which is why he was game to put his initials and 2018 signature bike to good use in this homage to Fit's big brother — S&M Bikes — to celebrate the brand's Dirty 30! That clean chrome finish, those Holmes-inspired decals, MAC Alloy pedals...and a cross bar pad? This 20.75 TT beast might just be the best looking bike on the block.
The Corriere complete comes with an LSD freecoaster, four plastic pegs, street-specific geo, aftermarket S&M GNS pedals, a Barstool seat and, of course, 100% chromoly frame and fork for all your flatland antics. Revenge rims wrapped in 2.4-inch T/A rubber put grip and control where you need it, and 9.25-inch bars let you crack whips for days.
Street lines and epic grinds are the norm for Matt Nordstrom and his signature bike features a full chromoly frame and tapered chromoly fork, tubular chromoly cranks, and 25/9 gearing to accent his smooth urban style. Beefy Revenge wheels wrapped in fat 2.3-inch tires take big hits in stride, while a grip of Fit components and two steel pegs top this ride.
The BF22 is designed so you can chill while you rip. With 22-inch wheels it handles like a 20-inch but has the comfort of a bigger bike without going all the way up to 24. S&M Speedball Tires, S&M Stealth Pivotal with compatible Long Johnson seat post, and a quick release seat post clamp let you cruise and shred your way around town. Who says comfort's got to be boring?
Don't let the camo vibe of Brandon Begin's 2018 signature bike fool you — there's nothing stealth about it. Four-piece bars, four pegs (with sleeves), aftermarket S&M GNS pedals, and a freecoaster — absolutely savage. Add army green 2.4 tires, a brown Barstool pivotal seat, snappy street geometry, and quite possibly the dopest decals ever and the Begin Signature is a hard bike to top.
Van Homan's signature bike takes classic BMX geo and a 100% chromoly frame and fork, slathers it in a slick Trans Black paint and red 2.4-inch tires for killer looks and versatility, and finishes it with 9.25-inch bars and tubular chromoly cranks for maximum strength where you need it most.
Morgan Long's 2018 complete couldn't be any closer to his personal set up. With it's signature Hoodbird geometry you get a 21-inch top tube, taller 5-inch head tube, 9-inch bars, 2.4 T/A tires, and a female front hub. You'll be rolling like the Bird himself right out the shop door.
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
Sunday rider, Jake Seeley's signature frame is a perfect complement to his progressive, technical street riding style. The Sunday Street Sweeper evolves directly from Jake’s original Broadcaster frame by using shorter chain stays, a steeper head tube angle, a taller bottom bracket, and smaller hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners. Built with versatility in mind, the Street Sweeper features removable u-brake hardware and Gyro tabs. The frame’s front triangle makes use of traditional round MotoRoss-style top and down tubes with proven internal gusseting and a clean, traditional look. - Top tube lengths: 20.75" or 21" - Head tube angle: 75.25 degrees - Seat tube angle: 71 degrees - Chainstay length: 12.70-13” - Bottom bracket height: 11.7” - Standover: 8.8” - Tire clearance: 2.4” - Head tube length: 4.7” - Weight: 5 lbs
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.
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
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 Primer 18-inch is not too small and not too big. For you rising stars and smaller riders, it’s a graduation to a rig that has progressed as far as you have. The Primer’s tough frame and fork take your riding up a notch with chromoly dropouts and a mid bottom bracket. An Odyssey brake lets you bail when you need to, and 152.5mm chromoly cranks take abuse all day and ask for more. The Primer’s 25 x 9T drivetrain gets you up to speed quick and stays tucked out of the way while Sunday Current 18 x 2.2 tires provide grip and cush to stick big landings. Time to make your name known — Primer is the tool of choice.
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.
Start racking up the street cred on Sunday’s Scout. With a chromoly downtube and dropouts, the Scout frame leaves little to be desired, delivering reliability, light weight, and the best colors on the street. It comes with a grip of aftermarket parts, like Pursuit tires, Springfield brake, Twisted PC pedals, and Broc Raiford Grips from Odyssey. Sunday’s fully sealed hubs keep you spinning free with minimal maintenance, and the Sunday Tripod seat looks good and holds up to a thrashing. Keep progressing, keep impressing, and do it all on your Scout.
Just getting into BMX? That doesn’t mean you have to cut corners with your gear. Sunday’s Primer gets you up and running strong with a minimal cash investment, and keeps you rolling with a durable frame featuring chromoly dropouts and mid bottom bracket. It’s decked out with pro-quality components like Sunday’s Freeze stem, Cloud seat and post combo, and 3-piece chromoly cranks. Fat, 2.4-inch Odyssey Pursuit tires stick like glue to all kinds of surfaces, while 36-hole P-7X rims hold up to the abuse you’ll inflict upon them. The Odyssey Springfield brake gives you that stopping power that comes in handy sometimes, and 25-9 gearing gets you ups to speed without getting in the way. Now it’s your turn to make a name for yourself on the Primer.
If you dream of handrails that go on for miles and bring a bar of curb wax to a wedding just in case, the Sunday’s Street Sweeper is the bike for you. As Jake Seeley’s pro model bike, you know it’s good to go. Its full-chromoly frame and fork look rad in translucent purple and deliver lightweight strength for committed airs and hard landings. Odyssey Quadrant rims hold up to vicious treatment and are light enough to nail that double tail whip, wrapped in dual-compound Sunday Street Sweeper tires for ultimate, long-lasting grip. The sealed mid bottom bracket and front and rear hubs keep the grit out for silky-smooth operation, while the freecoaster driver provides the smooth action that makes your tricks flow like water. The Street Sweeper’s aftermarket spec and pro-level design means there’s nothing left to hold you back.
Looking for something more right out of the box? Sunday’s EX answers your prayers with Chromoly Wave tubing for all the important frame tubes, as well as a full-chromoly fork: a pair that can handle it all and shave some weight in the process. Solid aftermarket components from Sunday adorn this rig, including Saker chromoly cranks with aluminum Sabertooth V2 sprocket, sealed bearing hubs, Lightning rims, and Freeze top-load stem. Odyssey rounds out the spec, with their awesome Pursuit 2.4 tires, signature grips, and popular Twisted PC pedals. With no need for upgrades on the EX, nothing stands in your way.
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.
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