2022 Sunday Primer 18" BMX Bike - Gloss Black
The Sunday Primer 18” is the ideal choice for riders who’ve outgrown a 16” but aren’t quite ready for a 20”.
The shorter chain stay, lighter wheels and size-specific, pro-style frame geometry makes it the go to bike for serious BMXers in this size range. The Primer is packed with quality parts like Odyssey Springfield brakes and a fully sealed cassette hub for reliability that you can count on every time.
Key Selling Points
- 18" Primer frame with size specific geometry for younger riders.
- 3 piece crankset with mid bottom bracket for added strength and durability.
- 18" x 2.2" tyres for added grip and stability.
- Frame: Sunday Primer, 18.5" top tube with integrated 1 1/8" head tube and mid bottom bracket.
- Fork: Sunday Primer, 18" fork with 2 piece steerer tube and welded pre-load.
- Handlebar: Sunday, 2 piece, 7.65" x 25.5".
- Stem: Sunday Freeze front load, 48mm.
- Headset: FSA integrated, 1 1/8".
- Brake Lever: Aluminuim, u-brake compatible.
- Brakes: Odyssey Springfield u-brake.
- Brake Cable: Odyssey Quik Slic.
- Grips: Sunday Cornerstone.
- Seat: Sunday Badge, seat and post combo.
- Seat Post: Integrated.
- Seat Clamp: Sunday.
- Sprocket: Sunday Sabertooth v2, 25 tooth, steel.
- Cranks: 140mm, 3 piece, chromoly.
- BB Parts: Sealed, Mid 19mm.
- Pedals: Wellgo platform, plastic.
- Rims: P-7X aluminum, 18", 28 hole.
- Front Hub: Sunday, 28 hole, low-flange, loose-ball with 3/8" axle.
- Rear Hub: Sunday, 28 hole, sealed, 14mm axle with 9 tooth driver.
- Spokes: 14g steel, black.
- Tyres: Sunday Current, 18" x 2.2".
- Chain: KMC S1.
- Weight: 10.6kg (approx).
- Top Tube Length: 18.5".
- Head Tube Angle: 74.5°.
- Seat Tube Angle: 71°.
- Chainstay Length: 11.7-12”.
- Bottom Bracket Height: 10.35".
- Standover: 7.5".
Shipping Terms & Conditions
- All bikes are shipped boxed and will require assembly upon delivery. Unfortunately, we cannot ship bicycles fully assembled.
- District Cycle Store recommends in the interest of safety that you have your new bicycle assembled by a professional bicycle mechanic. Failure to do so could result in failure or accidents resulting in damages or personal injury that District Cycle Store will not be liable for. By assembling the bicycle yourself you are assuming all liability in regard to any damages or injuries incurred.