Alex Magallan is a Sunday flow team rider out of Nashville, Tennessee who absolutely kills it on street. He’s been traveling with Sunday a bit lately so expect to start seeing more of Alex in the near future.
Name: Alex A. Magallan
Location: Cashville, TN
Sponsors: Sixth Ave Skatepark and Sunday Bikes
Frame: 20.75″ Funday (Aaron Ross signature)
Fork: Sunday Morning, 2.1″
Bars: Sunday Vinnie Bars
Grips: Odyssey Aaron Ross
Detangler: Straight cable
Cranks: Odyssey Twombolt, 175mm
Sprocket: Odyssey Vermont, 28t
Brakes: Odyssey Evolver 2
Brake Lever: Odyssey Monolever
Front Tire: Odyssey Plyte Aitken, 2.125″
Front Wheel: Odyssey Vandero 2 hub with Hazard Lite 36 hole rim
Rear Tire: Odyssey Plyte Aitken, 1.90″
Rear Wheel: Odyssey Hazard V3 rim with 10t Hazard Lite 36h cassette
Chain Tensioner: Built into the frame.
Hub Guard: Standard Throwback
Pegs: Shadow Little Ones
Pedals: Odyssey Trail Mix
All photos by Andrew White.
Back wheel is slammed—makes it easier for nose wheelie tricks and hops.
Which parts do you go through the most?
Tubes, pedals, and cranks .
Describe your bike setup and how you like your bike to feel…
Usually small, it feels better to maneuver.
Do you remember your first “real” BMX bike?
20-inch chrome Mongoose, plastic rims, and V cut bars. EPIC!
How did your gig with Sunday come about? Who hooked you up with the flow deal?
Brian Osborne and Chris Mahaffey kind of got me the gig.They drop my name by Jim Cielincki and I guess he decided to help me out on some parts.
Why do you have holes drilled in your stem?
No reason really…got bored and decided to shave a couple pounds off the front end, haha.
Would you say Aaron Ross’ bikes were an inspiration for your current setup? Or does it just look that way because of the colors Sunday bikes and Odyssey parts come in?
Well, Jim asked me if I would like to to try out Aaron’s new frame. It sounded like a cool setup and color scheme, so it kinda worked out like that, but I’m definately satisfied on the frame.