Back last Xmas time, our dude Trent Lutzke got down to the Mega Ditch in Austin TX for a sesh and BBQ with Brett Silva, Julian Arteaga, Logan Penberg, Jamie Cooper-Ellis, an injured Grant Yoobie and a whole lotta pups. Needless to say, after some Xmas themed hot dogs, stunts were stunted.
The Bondi was one of our first products back when we launched in 2008. At the time we felt the need for a rim much stronger than anything else on the market, to cope with the rate at which street riding was progressing. After 10 years of holding Sean Burns and the rest of the team’s wheels steady, the mighty Bondi rim has been revamped.
Julian Arteaga’s signature EX complete bike in Matte Raw is available now at BMX shops worldwide. It features a 100% chromoly frame, fork, and bar, along with a pro-level Odyssey and Sunday parts package. Sealed hubs front and back and frame design upgrades like removable braking hardware give it a clean look.
“Imagine not having to worry about a job, errands, alarms, going to school, or any responsibility really. Within these two months filming with Jerry and Brett, that’s how it was. Covid put everything on lock down so we took that as a pass on all the street we wanted. We grabbed my VX2100, hopped in any car and sent it, and holy hell was it fun. There’s nothing like being out with your boys and shooting the shit while filming on some solid setups. Hope you guys enjoy.” - Julian Arteaga
SNIPERS. Over 5 minutes of Julian Arteaga's classic style, is now LIVE on sundaybikes.com. Julian has a knack for making simple things look great, and hard things look easy. This video is all the proof you need. Filmed all long lens, no fish were harmed during the making.
Julian Arteaga is the kinda guy we'd like to ride with every day. This dude makes pretty much everything fun and motivating - even slamming on your wagon. Whether it's eating salad for breakfast or doing scary tire rides for dinner, Eclat's Cali to Texas transplant is always out there enjoying himself, and filming wild af clips while he's at it. Enjoy his epic new video for Eclat, via the camera of Gordon MacDonald. Serious heat!
Alec's part was set to drop today but due to copyright issues with his song, we're just going to have to upload these a little out of order. Actual description: Back in 2011 when this all started Julian was a swag-less, barspinning, three peg riding young man trying to get through his freshman year of high school. It was during this video that he became the ambidextrous perfectionist that we know and love today. Somewhere along the way Sunday and Eclat took notice and added him to their teams.