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2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

#1 2013-05-28 10:54am

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2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

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2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

<b>The Halloween Machine</b> - built from MeltonsCycleShop.com!



I first came into contact with one of these (a Model C) on one of our NC-boys group rides about a year ago when member JTinNC let me cruise around the parking lot on his. I remember thinking, "Man this thing is a 4x4 on 2 wheels!". I wanted one immediately.

Then, about two months later, I rode macr0w's Model C for the entirity of another group ride. I felt like I could roll over anything. A real tank of a bike. Strong and solid. I thought "I have to get one of these".

As I thought about the build, I settled on two goals: I wanted to build the bike using all Sunday and Odyssey parts - I wanted to order all the parts from from Melton's to help him showcase his new shop.

A year later, with all the planning done, I asked 77rider to order all the parts through his shop, MeltonsCycleShop.com. After a super deal and a weeks wait, I had it all in my hands.

I enjoyed building it and it's quickly become my favorite bike. It's light, tough as nails and black as a witch. It really does feel like you are riding a 20", but the 24" wheels roll so much better.

A huge "THANKS" goes out to Lenny (77rider) and MeltonsCycleShop.com for the serious hook-up. Great deals there for sure. Check him out, you won't be disappointed!

More pics are in the comments section. Thanks for looking. Enjoy!


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#2 2013-05-28 12:32pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

More Pics cool

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#3 2013-05-28 2:59pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

macr0w wrote:

That bike is scarey!!! yikes

Boo! lol


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#4 2013-05-28 3:02pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

^^^Lenny is very cool. Good stuff and good prices. You guys hit him up! cool


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#5 2013-05-28 7:23pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

Yes. One set of Safety-Orange JCPC's and one set of black JCPC pedal bodies. smile

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#6 2013-05-28 7:42pm

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Yes. they would! smile

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#7 2013-05-30 10:55am

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Thanks for the complements guys! smile


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#8 2013-12-30 3:38pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

Nice ride!!


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#9 2014-12-20 7:53pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

Super cool bike. I love it.

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#10 2015-07-01 4:50pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

I actually rode one last weekend "not as nice" smile but I have to agree 100%...rides like a 20, but comfy as he!!.
Very nice bike....


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#11 2015-07-17 11:14pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

Stoopid ill ride


woah

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#12 2016-02-10 6:31pm

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Re: 2012 Sunday Wave-C 24

Damn that totally is the big brother of my 2nd Wave Trick or Treat bike! You weren't kidding lol! Complete Bad Ass All Hollow's Eve Bike! Returned the fav on this one wink


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