SUNDAY MOTOROSS V2 FRAME
Top Tube Length
|Chainstay Length||13.13" (slammed)|
|Bottom Bracket Height||11.5"|
|Head Tube Angle||75 degrees|
|Seat Tube Angle||71 degrees|
|Seat Tube Size||1" (25.4)|
|Headtube||Integrated (removable gyro tabs)|
|Brake Options||Seatstay 990 mounts REMOVABLE|
|Weight||4.87 lbs. (20.5")|
- Custom drawn and butted down tube. Internal butting is eccentric at the head tube for greater durability.
- Custom drawn and butted top tube for increased overall strength.
- Tapered chain and seat stays
- Proven slim wishbone design.
- Black Magic rustproof coating
- Aaron Ross says it's SWEET! 222220.5 222220.75 222221.0 222220.0
The first was to focus on a more traditional look and a lower retail price. Next on the list was steepening the head tube angle for a more responsive and up-to-date steering feel. For his last request, Aaron asked us to make the lower headset bearing flush with the head tube when a fork with an integrated race is installed. Changing the head tube angle and making the bearing flush was easy. However, simplifying manufacturing while still maintaining the level of strength that Sunday is known for was a significant design challenge. To solve this problem we used custom drawn and butted tubing for both the top tube and down tube. Each tube has been uniquely dimensioned to handle the stresses that the front triangle has to cope with. The down tube also makes use of an eccentric internal butting shape at the head tube, which allows for a much thicker cross-section in the area where an external gusset would normally be. The end result is the exact frame that Aaron was looking for. Simple, reasonably priced, and responsive. The Motoross comes in three colors. The first is Black Splatter, a base coat of black with hits of the Ocean Blue and bright yellow finishes from Aaron’s earlier Sundays. The next is Orange Soda, one of the most popular colors we’ve ever done, and the last is Cool Gray, a color that Aaron rode when he was growing up in Corpus Christi, Texas. We’re proud to launch the Motoross with Aaron for 2014. You can expect to see it in shops in the May 2014. Get ready, you’re going to be stoked.
The frame is going to have a LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY against manufacturers defects judged on a case by case basis. So if you have an old frame and throw it against a tree to get a new one, They can't help you