“Scraper Bikes”, photos by Matthew Reamer.
Like the pepsi bike…
This is actually pretty cool.
Ive seen this before but not at this level lol
haha, ugly bikes. but nice shots.
OAK TOWN REPRESENT Y’ALL. THIS ART BE KNOCKIN YOU OUT. yeeeeeeeee. YAY AREA!!!!! MAC DRE rip.
i wonder how some of those bikes handle with the rake of their fork flipped backwards? cool bikes but i don’t get the branding. unless mcdonalds is shooting me free shit i’m not gonna advertise for them.
This is like the cheap version of sticker kars that role around new orleans and meet up in parks all the time to see who has the best stickers…
ive never seen in my life somebody scrape so hard
levi, i was just going to put that link up. too much.
ahahah YESSSSSS this video made my day!”scrappin my bike lookin hella retarded!” that video is too much!!! Also, I think the branding is kind of funny too…
micky dees is my favorite, these are great. i wanna make one
Ahh, incredible, love how they are all colour coordinated with their bikes! (mostly)
Wow, whats with the logos? Starbucks, oreos, pepsi? There’s something to be said about these bikes – an essay’s worth of ‘something’ by Baudrillard, maybe.
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