The moment you first see a Sunday Soundwave, you know it’s a different kind of BMX frame. Since their launch in 2007, Sunday have been making things their own way, especially with the Wave frames. This latest incarnation of the Soundwave frame follows that pattern – it’s high tech, interesting, and most of all, distinctive.
There are many things that Sunday do differently (which we’ll get to) but some of them are quite sneaky and not immediately apparent. What is immediately apparent is the look of the frame – it’s got a purposeful appearance, reinforced, chunky, stiff, strong. Technology and construction wise, it’s a exceedingly modern frame however its profile has a certain mid-school appeal to it, especially with that downtube gusset. Granted, this look might not float everyone’s boat, but those who are into it swear by it.
From the headtube to the dropouts, the Sunday Soundwave boasts features that no other frames can. Let’s take a look at some of those technologies.