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Sunday's 2021 Blueprint is a low-end bike for beginner riders. This bike cost's $319 and comes in 4 different color options. Sunday claims that the geometry is similar to what the pro's ride. Which will make it easier for a new rider to progress.
⛔️ - Full Chromoly
✅ - Under $500
⛔️ - Double Wall Rims
⛔️ - Pegs
⛔️ - Fully Sealed Bearings
✅ - 3 pc. Cranks
⛔️ - Freecoaster - What is a freecoaster?
The Blueprint is a bike for new riders that is built around a pro-level geometry to help them progress faster.
This bike is equipped with hassle-free parts like Odyssey Springfield brakes, a Sunday Freeze stem and Current 2.4” tires to help keep you focused on the important part - riding. The Blueprint comes with an integrated head tube this year for greater durability, ease of assembly and pro style points.
|Frame: Sunday Blueprint, 20" top tube, integrated 1-1/8" head tube|
|Fork: Sunday Blueprint, 20" fork w/ 2-piece steerer tube and welded pre-load|
|Handlebar: Sunday, 2-piece|
|Stem: Sunday Freeze front load, 48mm|
|Headset: FSA integrated, 1-1/8"|
|Alloy Cap: FSA aluminum cap|
|Brake Lever: Aluminum, U-brake compatible|
|Brakes: Odyssey Springfield U-brake|
|Brake Cable: Odyssey Quik Slic|
|Grips: Sunday Cornerstone|
|Seat: Sunday Badge, seat and post combo|
|Seat Post: Integrated|
|Seat Clamp: Integrated|
|Sprocket: Sunday S-Logo, 25T, steel|
|Cranks: 160mm, 3-piece, chromoly|
|BB Parts: Loose-ball, American, 19mm|
|Pedals: Wellgo platform, plastic|
|Rims: P-7X aluminum, 20", 36H|
|Front Hub: Sunday, 36H, low-flange, loose-ball, 3/8" axle|
|Rear Hub: Sunday, 36H,14mm axle w/ 9t Driver|
|Spokes: 14g steel, black|
|Tires: Sunday Current, 20 x 2.4" (F & R), red|
|Chain: KMC S1|
|Approx. Weight: 26lbs (with brakes)|
These are short top tubes
This is a longer chain stay, it will give you more balance when doing manuals and pulling up for higher bunny hops.
Steep head tube angles make the bike "snappy" meaning more responsive to fast turns.
A less steep head tube gives you more control.
This is a medium/tall standover.
A medium stand over provides a good balance between responsiveness and control.
While a tall stand over allows you to pinch more of the seat for bars and t-bogs.
So I actually think that for the quality that you are getting, the Blueprint is actually a little bit overpriced. They say "you get what you pay for" and that is true but it is still a little overpriced.
This is definitely a lower-quality bike. With hi-tensile steel, frame, forks, and bars, the blueprint will not last as you progress to mid-level riding. With that being said, it does have the geometry to feel like a higher level bike. Just not the quality.
The 2021 Blueprint is affordable for most people during non-pandemic times. It shouldn't take very long to save up $320.
With the lower prices, comes the lower quality. This can be a big problem for people who want to buy one bike and want it to last them for years!
This bike is designed for brand new riders. If you are a brand new rider and you don't mind paying a little extra for the Sunday 'name', it will be a good choice. If you want a bike to last until you are riding at a high-level, go for a mid-level bike instead.