Don’t park on bike lanes k, thanks, bye

by @cycleexif: You’ll know @eric_bones from the The Bones Project he worked on with @fireflybicycles. This is his Cervélo S2, which has carried him over the U.S. For countless alley cat races, centuries and brutal dirt rides. He’s just had it repainted to match his new Ocean project, which includes a new range of kit. Click through to Cycle EXIF today to find out more, and the meaning behind the Kanji on the chain stay, which reads: ‘Hyper Future Vision’. July 27, 2015 at 03:16PM

According to Remodelista and GBlog, this 1970’s Carlton frame was customized and accessorized over a 3 month period by the folks at details, a design agency. They were inspired by a bike made by Alex Hatfield, winner of the Bespoke Bristol Handmade Bicycle Show. They sourced parts from eBay, Velo Orange, and other places.