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Hand Drawn Pinarello

FireWaterBoy

Warming-Up
Nov 15, 2021
2
13
I love bikes from the late 90's/early 00's. My dream bike has always been the Pinarello Galileo from 2003. I've been lucky enough to have had this bike for over 10 years.

But on a high-speed descent on a closed corner, I crashed at over 65 kph and totaled the bike. Me and the frame survived so to turn a negative into a positive I decided to draw on it.

Here's the result, I hope you'll enjoy looking at the bike. :)

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For more info & pics see, https://firewaterboy.com/ or https://www.instagram.com/firewaterboy_art/

Enjoy!
 

OreoCookie

Maximum Pace
Dec 2, 2017
1,826
1,626
This is good. I mean really good — really, really good. You should think about taking money for hand-painted frames. Our team captain had one done for his bike, and it looks great. Fits his personality. Meaning, there is a small, but affluent number of customers out there.
 
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FireWaterBoy

Warming-Up
Nov 15, 2021
2
13
Are you hoping to visit Japan some day? (Even here, we can read Bike Radar and Bike Forums and the various other websites on which you've posted this.)
Yes, it's on the list but with COVID things got a bit complicated. You will have to take me for a ride!

The folks at Bike Forums have been really great! I've been sharing the bike all over to see the response and get some feedback.

I thought the Japanese community would appreciate it :)
 
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