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✅ - Full Chromoly
⛔️ - Under $500
✅ - Double Wall Rims
⛔️ - Pegs
✅ - Fully Sealed Bearings
✅ - 3 pc. Cranks
✅ - Freecoaster - What is a freecoaster?
Built around Jake Seeley’s all-new chromoly aftermarket signature frame, it uses a 75.25° head tube angle, a very short chainstay and a higher bottom bracket to match perfectly with Jake’s technical riding style. With its 4-piece bars, 160mm cranks, sealed Odyssey Clutch freecoaster and Sunday Street Sweeper tires, this is truly a pro-level bike. Follow @thejakeseeley.
|Aftermarket Sunday Street Sweeper frame|
|100% Chromoly Forks and 4-piece Bars|
|Sunday Seeley Signature Grips|
|Sunday Camo Sweep Seat, Pivotal|
|Odyssey Clutch v2 Freecoaster|
|Odyssey Quadrant Rims|
|FSA Conical Headset|
|Right Hand or Left Hand Drive|
|Sunday Street Sweeper 2.4" Tires|
|Frame: Sunday Street Sweeper, 20.75" top tube, 100% chromoly aftermarket frame, removable brake hardware|
|Fork: Sunday Pro, 20", 100% chromoly fork w/ 1-piece steerer tube and welded pre-load, 25mm offset|
|Handlebar: Sunday, 100% chromoly, 4-piece|
|Stem: Sunday Freeze Top load, 48mm|
|Headset: FSA integrated conical, 1-1/8"|
|Alloy Cap: Sunday M16, aluminum|
|Brake Lever: Odyssey Springfield|
|Brakes: Odyssey Springfield U-brake|
|Brake Cable: Odyssey Quik Slic|
|Grips: Sunday Jake Seeley|
|Seat: Sunday Badge, Pivotal|
|Seat post: Sunday Pivotal|
|Seat Clamp: Integrated|
|Sprocket: Sunday Sabretooth v2, 25T, 6061 aluminum|
|Cranks: 160mm, 3-piece, chromoly|
|BB Parts: Sealed, Mid, 19mm|
|Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC Pro|
|Rims: Odyssey Quadrant, 20", 36H|
|Front Hub: Sunday, 36H, low-flange, sealed , 3/8" female axle|
|Rear Hub: Odyssey Clutch v2 freecoaster, 36H, 14mm female axle w/ 9T driver, non-drive PC guard|
|Spokes: 14g steel, black|
|Tires: Sunday Street Sweeper or Current v2, 20 x 2.4" (F & R)|
|Chain: KMC Z1 wide|
|Approx. Weight: 24.97lbs (brakeless)|
This is a medium toptube.
Designed for riders who are 5' 6" to 6'
This is a shorter chain stay. Good for really responsive riding.
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.
$709 is a lot for a bike. However, this is a high to pro-level bike. With all of the after market parts I'd say that it is totally worth the price. This bike will last riders a long time.
Like I mentioned above, it is a really high-quality bike. These high quality parts include:
In 2020 there was maybe a small handful of bikes with this level of aftermarket parts.
I get it, $700 is a lot for a bike. Usually the only people who can afford bikes this expensive are adults that are getting back into the sport.
This is an expensive bike designed for riders who are at a mid to high-level of riding. Don't spend this much money on a bike if you are a beginner because it is a bit excessive. The specs are strong and the parts will last you a long time.