2021 Sunday Street Sweeper Review


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Highlights

✅ – Full Chromoly
⛔️ – Under $500
✅ – Double Wall Rims
⛔️ – Pegs
✅ – Fully Sealed Bearings
✅ – 3 pc. Cranks
✅ – Freecoaster – What is a freecoaster?

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2021 Sunday Street Sweeper Overview

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.

Key Features
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

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2021 Sunday Street Sweeper Specs

Price

$709 on sourcebmx

Colors

Specs

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)

Frame Geometry

A: Top Tube Length:  20.75″ – Learn what size is right for you here.

This is a medium toptube.

Designed for riders who are 5′ 6″ to 6′

B: Chain Stay Length: 12.7″ – 13” – Learn About Chain Stays Here

This is a shorter chain stay. Good for really responsive riding.

C: Head Tube Angle: 75.25° – Learn About Head Tube Angles Here

Steep head tube angles make the bike “snappy” meaning more responsive to fast turns.

A less steep head tube gives you more control.

D: Seat Tube Angle: 71°

E: Bottom Bracket Height: 11.7″

F: Stand over height: 8.85″

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.

2021 Sunday Street Sweeper Price

$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.

2021 Sunday Street Sweeper Quality

Like I mentioned above, it is a really high-quality bike. These high quality parts include:

  • After market full chromo frame, wheels, sprocket, pedals and brakes
  • Full chromoly bars and forks
  • 160mm 3 pc cranks
  • RHD or LHD option

Highlights

After market

In 2020 there was maybe a small handful of bikes with this level of aftermarket parts.

Lowlights

Expensive

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.

Buy if you are learning:

  • Any Trick!

Don’t buy if you are learning:

  • Good for any trick

2021 Sunday Street Sweeper Conclusion

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.

2021 Sunday Bike Line Review

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Douglas Laird

Douglas is a 23-year-old BMX rider who got his first true BMX bike for his 13th birthday and has been riding nonstop for over 10 years. “Bmx has taken me too well over a hundred skateparks across multiple states and countries.” Dougsterbob.com was born to help people understand the sport that has changed my life for the better. My goal is to help you with everything BMX related. With over 200 BMX posts and counting, dougsterbob.com is quickly growing to be one of the best bmx related websites.

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