His and Her’s Travelers.

Here are a pair of fillet coupled bikes for a couple that wanted complementary but not matching bikes. The paint technique is known as ‘marbleizing’ and looks to be a foot deep even in low light let alone the sun. I like how the marbleizing shows off the contours of the fillets – I put a lot of work into those fillets so like when the paint really shows them off.

I’m off to the shop now to work on some show bikes for this years NAHBS. For the next few months it will be NAHBS all day – everyday! I hope you can make the trip to the show.


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10 responses to “His and Her’s Travelers.”

  1. Mike B says:

    They’ll make quiet a scene when they show up to a group ride!

  2. Mike B says:

    I meant “quite” not “quiet”. But it might get silent when they see those bikes roll by!
    Resolution for 2012, “remember to prooff work”.

  3. parris says:

    Wow very cool!

  4. Dimitris A says:

    Awesome bikes!! Super organic fillets! Amazing paint job!

  5. Steve says:

    He and she will look great riding together. These are beautiful.

  6. Nai Shung Chang says:

    Beautiful frame and paint

  7. I am in to bike that have bamboo frames. I think I should customized and paint it. This bike pics inspires me to paint.

  8. Jim says:

    Very nice Dave. It gives your bikes a different dimension, so to speak.
    Is Joe doing this?

  9. This is really slick looking. Love the colors!!

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