Incredibly strong, lightweight and high-tech.
The 3rd version of the Sunday Soundwave frame, is the most advanced frame design that Sunday offers. It's loaded with features like proven hollow dropouts, integrated chain tensioners, Wave down tube and top tube, cable channel guide, angled removable brake mounts, "Director" style wishbone, post-weld machining of the BB & HT, and full 41-Thermal post weld heat-treating throughout.
The Soundwave v3 is backed by the unparalleled 41-Thermal Lifetime Warranty against bending, cracking and breaking. And it is the go-to frame for team riders like Gary Young and Brett Silva.
The Nightshift is 100% 4130 chromoly throughout, features super tough 41-Thermal heat-treating and comes with the proven Lifetime Warranty against bending, cracking and breaking.
You'll find lots of design features on the Nightshift that are comparable to the top-of-the-line Soundwave, but this frame is built using traditional round tubing with unique internal gusseting for added strength.
With a longer rear end and top-tube options, this frame is designed for riders who love to go fast and want a more stable ride for trails and transitions.
The Darkwave is not only 100% built out of 4130 chromoly, but it also features Sunday's signature dent-resistant wave down tube to give riders a little extra peace of mind when things don't go according to plan. It stays looking clean with refined details like an integrated seat clamp, tapered stays, and integrated chain tensioners. Removable brake hardware and gyro tabs are also available when you need them and disappear when you don't.
Broc’s preference in geometry gave the Darkwave a 75.25° head tube angle for keeping the front end responsive, and a slammed 13.25” chainstay combined with a 9.25” standover to give it the proper balance of pop and stability.
All this makes the Darkwave an affordable and versatile signature frame that's designed to handle Broc's 4 foot high bunnyhops, massive drops, and all the tech combos in between
Jake Seeley's signature frame is designed to complement his progressive, technical street riding.
The Street Sweeper evolves directly from Jake Seeley’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 Nightshift style top and down tubes with proven internal gusseting.
The Park Ranger is designed specifically for technical park, transition and street riding.
This new frame design draws inspiration from the Street Sweeper and makes use of its tube set and short chain stays to help create a tech driven frame with a steep head tube angle, a tall bottom bracket, hollow dropouts with integrated chain tensioners and a significantly lower standover.
The Park Ranger includes all of the necessary (and fully removable) braking and Gyro tab hardware that park and transition riders look for when building a new bike. The frame’s front triangle makes use of traditional round Nightshift-style top and down tubes with proven internal gusseting for added strength.