Main Sunn models
Why choose a Sunn bike?
Sunn, a bold and contemporary brand with a recognized position in the French industry, designs and assembles all its bikes in its factory in Machecoul, Loire-Atlantique. All their bikes are designed in Europe by their team of experts who make no compromises in the choice of materials to ensure the highest possible quality. The meticulous attention they pay to the selection of all components of their bikes allows them to create increasingly high-performing machines." "
Competition is also an open-air laboratory for Sunn. Their riders conduct real-world tests in World Cup events to validate the technologies developed in the brand's bikes. That's why Sunn bikes are a benchmark for quality, performance, and innovation in the cycling industry.
The origins of Sunn bikes?
Sunn began its journey in 1982 in Machecoul, France. Initially a manufacturer of BMX bikes, it quickly evolved and diversified its business to become a reference in the mountain biking (MTB) sector.
Throughout its 40 years of existence, Sunn has achieved countless victories in the world of competition, with over 80 world titles to its name. But beyond this impressive record, it is their philosophy of constant innovation that stands out. Sunn's rich history is marked by iconic bikes and athletes, technologies, and victories.
Sunn, competition bikes
Sunn's commitment to professional cycling has resulted in numerous victories on the international stage. The brand's dedication to superior craftsmanship, coupled with collaborations with world-class cyclists, has led to the accumulation of many trophies.
One of the most notable successes was Sunn's support for the iconic French rider Nicolas Vouilloz, who became downhill mountain bike world champion ten times between 1995 and 2002, further solidifying Sunn's reputation in this field.
Anne-Caroline Chausson, another renowned athlete, achieved numerous victories riding Sunn bikes.
The Sunn team has also been highly involved in the discipline of cross-country. Cyclist Miguel Martinez won several cross-country world championships on Sunn bikes.
More recently, as part of the Enduro World Series, Sunn's enduro team has delivered high-level performances. One of the standout riders in this team is Kévin Miquel, who has achieved good results in several rounds of the series.
Sunn's history is intrinsically linked to success in competition. Their strong commitment to performance cycling is evident in their association with world-class athletes and their remarkable victories in global cycling events. Their bikes are not mere frames; they are award-winning machines ridden by champions.
Key Sunn bike models
Looking for a full-suspension mountain bike? Choose the Sunn Stake.
If you're one of those who still enjoy riding a hardtail mountain bike, we recommend the Sunn Kern.
Prefer a gravel bike? We recommend the Sunn Venture.
What are the advantages of buying a refurbished Sunn bike?
Buying a refurbished bike offers three main advantages:
The first is economical. By opting for a refurbished used bike at Tuvalum, you can save between 20% to 60% compared to the price of a new bike.
The second advantage is mechanical inspection. Although it is possible to buy a used Sunn bike from an individual, most platforms and second-hand product applications do not guarantee the condition of the items sold. You have to trust a stranger and run the risk of buying a bike with hidden damages. At Tuvalum, all bikes are meticulously inspected and refurbished by our team of mechanics, ensuring that each bike meets the same technical standards and approvals required by the European Union for new bikes. In addition, they come with a one-year mechanical warranty and an 18-month buyback guarantee.
Another good reason to buy a refurbished Sunn bike is its positive impact on sustainable development. By opting for a pre-owned bike, you contribute to reducing the carbon footprint associated with buying a new bike. Did you know that a new bike generates a carbon footprint of 300 kilograms of CO2 during its manufacturing process?