Frame: Sunday Soundwave 21.25"
Fork: Odyssey R25
Bars: Odyssey Lumberjack XL
Stem: Sunday Freeze
Grips: Sunday Garrett Reeves
Seatpost: Sunday Pivotal
Seat: Sunday Spiro Cloud Pivotal
Pedals: Odyssey JC PC
Cranks: Odyssey Thunderbolts 175mm
Sprocket: Sunday Guard sprocket 30-tooth
Chain: Odyssey Bluebird
Front Tire: Odyssey Aitken 2.25"
Front Wheel: GSport Birdcage rim, Marmoset hub
Rear Tire: Odyssey Aitken 2.25"
Rear Wheel: GSport Birdcage, Ratchet hub, 9-tooth driver
How long do you typically ride a bike for before building a new one? And do you switch out parts as they go? Or just build a whole fresh kit?
I usually ride a bike four-to-eight months. And I just replace what really needs it, otherwise I just wait to build a whole new one.
How is the geometry on this frame different from the last frame you were riding? And how does it feel?
Steeper, because I was on the Rooster [frame] before this. And I love how this frame feels.
Why do you ride your guard with the sprocket teeth facing out?
Keep my chain safe for crankarm grinds and I like how it looks.
How has the guard sprocket been working out for you? Does it change up anything when you're grinding?
Nope, just saves the chain from time to time I wouldn’t ride without one.
Looks like you're running a fatter seat than usual, should we be expecting more barspins in the future?
Not that I’m planning on, but who knows.
Tell us about your signature grips, what does a grip need to have your name on it?
They come feeling great as soon as you put them on. They're super soft, kinda long, and thinner than the average grip.
Even though your tires are rolling on the street 99% of the time, you went with the more knobby Aitken tire as opposed to something with a little less tread. Any particular reason?
I’ve always run them, really, so I'm just going with what works.