With Sunday and Odyssey being so close, I’m lucky to be able to build up one of the best bikes available today. So, when it came time to build up a my new Soundwave, I realized that I didn’t actually have to custom build the bike with Odyssey parts. Rather I could just get a Soundwave Special complete bike and ride that since it has all the parts that I would have picked anyway. By buying this bike as a complete you save $400 over piecing it together part by part.

FRAME: Sunday Soundwave, 41-Thermal, full chromoly, aftermarket w/ Wave TT & DT, hollow dropouts, integrated chain tensioners and removable brake hardware.
GEOMETRY: 20.75″ TT, 75° HT, 71° ST, 11.5″ BB, 13.5″ CS
FORK: Sunday Octave, 41-Thermal, aftermarket, full chromoly w/ 1PC steerer tube
HANDLEBAR: Sunday Tall-T, 41-Thermal, aftermarket, full chromoly, 8.7″H, 28.5″W, 12° backsweep, 4° upsweep
STEM: Odyssey Lincoln
HEADSET: Integrated, 1 1/8″
BRAKE: Odyssey Evo 2
BRAKE LEVER: Odyssey Monolever medium
BRAKE CABLE: Odyssey Linear Quik Slic long
GRIPS: Sunday Yell
SEAT: Odyssey Principal Gary Young
SEAT POST: Odyssey Convertible
SEAT CLAMP: Sunday “Slim” Clamp, 2014-T6 Aluminum
SPROCKET: Sunday Sabretooth, 6061-T6 Aluminum, 27-T
CRANKS: Odyssey Thunderbolt, 175mm
BOTTOM BRACKET: 22mm Sealed Mid
PEDALS: Odyssey Twisted PC
RIMS: Odyssey Aerospace, 36-H
FRONT HUB: Odyssey Vandero 2, 3/8″, 36-H w/ female axles
REAR HUB: Odyssey Anti-Gram, 14mm, 36-H, 9-T w/ female axles
TIRES: Odyssey Aaron Ross 20″ x 2.35″ front and 20″ x 2.10″ rear
WEIGHT: 24 lbs


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