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2010 Sunday 3rd Wave

#1 2014-11-18 10:59am

skateparkrider
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2010 Sunday 3rd Wave

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2010 Sunday 3rd Wave

Sunday 3rd Wave

This was the first "new bike" I built for myself after I started working at Sunday/Full Factory.  The 3rd Wave had just came out and I was all about it.  With the throwback Skyway-esq graphics on the frame I figured that I would build it up visually in tribute to the Skyway TA.  The best part about this bike.... the very first session I had on this bike was at 9th St. trails.  Pretty funny to build an all white bike and then take it immediately to the trails.  This same bike went through a couple of color renditions.  My favorite would have been the "Whataburger" themed bike where I added some Orange Soda and anno blue colored parts. 


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Ramping enthusiast.  Grinder of the feeble.  #frontbrakebrethren

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#2 2014-11-18 12:15pm

willaw114ag
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Re: 2010 Sunday 3rd Wave

This is also one I've always wanted. Hell that's half why I bought that 2012 GT Fueler in white. I settled for what I could get lol


Mongoose/Fusion aluminum bars in pro size. 14" GT Zoot Scoot, Dyno Pretzel Bars and Drain Pipe 22.2mm and Dyno Slammer forks.
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#3 2014-11-19 2:19am

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Re: 2010 Sunday 3rd Wave

Badass for realz. cool


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