2020 Sunday Streetsweeper Review


2020 Sunday Streetsweeper Highlights

  • Full Chromoly Frame
  • Pro Parts
  • Freecoaster
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cranks
front wheel
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2020 Sunday Streetsweeper Overview

The Street Sweeper is designed with serious street riders in mind. Built around Jake Seeley’s 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, 165mm cranks, sealed Odyssey Clutch freecoaster and Sunday Street Sweeper tyres, this is truly a pro-level bike.

from: Sourcebmx

2020 Sunday Streetsweeper Specs

Retail $709.99

Colors

  • Sand Yellow

Specs

FRAME MATERIAL: 100% Chromoly
WHEEL SIZE: 20″
TOP TUBE LENGTH: 20.75″ – Learn what size is right for you here.
CHAIN STAY LENGTH: 12.7-13″
HEADTUBE ANGLE: 75.25°
SEAT TUBE ANGLE: 71°
FORKS: 20″, 100% chromoly fork w/ 1-piece steerer tube and welded pre-load, 25mm offset
BARS: Sunday, 9 x 29″, 12° backsweep, 3° upsweep, 100% chromoly, 4-piece
STEMSunday Freeze top load, 48mm
HEADSET: FSA integrated conical, 1-1/8″
BRAKE MOUNTS: Removable
BRAKESOdyssey Springfield U-brake
FRONT HUB: Sunday, 36H, low-flange, sealed , 3/8″ female axle
FRONT RIMOdyssey Quadrant, 20″, 36H
REAR HUB: Odyssey Clutch V2FC, 36H, 14mm female axle w/ 9T driver, non-drive PC guard
REAR RIMOdyssey Quadrant, 20″, 36H
TYRESSunday Street Sweeper, 20 x 2.4″
SPROCKETSunday Sabretooth V2, 25T, 6061 aluminum
CRANKS: 160mm, 3-piece, chromoly
BB: Sealed, Mid, 19mm
PEDALSOdyssey Twisted PC Pro
SEAT: Sunday Jake Seeley, Pivotal
GEARING: 25/9
WEIGHT: TBC

2020 Sunday Streetsweeper Price

$700 is a good price for a full chromoly bike. It’s build to last and to do anything you want it to do.

2020 Sunday Streetsweeper Quality

Almost perfect quality. The only thing that I see about this bike is that it has 8 spline cranks. These are the cheaper version of the 48 spline cranks. Not many completes will come with 48 spline.

Highlights

Aftermarket parts

This bike has so many good pro parts. Not many bikes come with $100’s of dollars in parts. This will last forever.

Lowlights

So Expensive

This bike isn’t an entry level bike, so it is fair for it to cost this much.

Buy if you are learning:

  • Anything

Don’t buy if you are learning:

  • No Restrictions

Conclusion 🤩

It’s a lot cheaper than the soundwave complete, and has similar quality. I like everything about this bike. I just wish it had more color options.

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Douglas Laird

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