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DAVID FLORES x UNKNOWN BIKES x CBNC
The compadres over at Chubby Boob Nerd Crew are planning a big RV road trip and to finance this glorious excursion, they are raffling off some custom painted track frames. This Unknown LV2 is painted by one of my personal favorite artists, David Flores. Tickets can be purchased HERE for $10 each and the drawing will be at the big CBNC 5 Year Anniversary Pop-up Party on June 7th.
Be sure to check out the other custom-painted frames by some great artists on raffle and if you don’t want a bike, then you can enter to win the CBNC Squad Car! Photo by Ace Boogie.
CHARI & CO: THE DEATH RACER
It’s not too often that we get to see a bike that’s equal parts legit track steez and #fixiefoo street cred. This badass stealth racer that came out of Chari & Co NYC a couple days ago will probably see more street miles than velodrome laps but there’s nothing wrong with that in my book.
Catch some more details HERE.
NAHBS: BISHOP x DRILLIUM REVIVAL
Clean, classic elegance. A reminder of why we fell in love with these track machines in the first place courtesy of Bishop Bikes. With custom drilling and milling on the componentry by Drillium Revival and a gorgeous hue from Fresh Frame, it’s so nice to see a bike that exudes pure simplicity and alluring mystique all at once. Of course this steed was shot beautifully by John Watson who’s in Denver covering the North American Handmade Bicycle Show all weekend.
Check out all the details over at Prolly’s spot.