Looks good with the black stem and seatpost thanks for pic. I'll play with the ideas.
Looks great man! I wouldn't change a thing....for now. I have the same philosophy as you and "Campag". As much as I want to be happy with the outcome of mine(just finished painting it today) there are things I would still like to do to change it up a bit. I would have to resonate what everyone else is saying though, it looks awesome. Congrats on finishing it. I'm gonna try and to post a thread with mine soon. Hoping to have it all together Wednesday.
Post more photos of your nice bike.
2014 Surly Cross Check 2581 .0 miles
2015 Scott Aspect 730. 2052.0 miles
Added some new wheels with a bit of color and some lettering, will add a touch more white.
Even your black cadence sensor looks good on there.
Wow, really great work! Congrats man
It doesnt even look like a specialized anymore without all the logos everywhere
2007 Cannondale Caad08
I can appreciate the effort that went into this but I am really not a fan of the outcome. To each his own, great work nonetheless!
2014 Specialized Allez Sport
Now that it is all done... one thing left, give to me.
haha. looks amazing. I would not change a thing
Very nice. Really.
It takes a lot to put one.s art on display.
As with many things in life, there is not one right answer.
Ride safe and enjoy.
Me personally if I had your talent Adrian which I don't...I would airbrush the S-work logo on the downtube like Specialized does on their monochromatic S-works bikes which is real stealthy but classy. Simply add just a hint of black to the current paint color for the graphic for a slight shade difference and hint of contrast. Would add a dash of character I believe.
PS: If I get some time, I may photoshop my suggestion for you to have a look.
Last edited by Campag4life; 08-03-14 at 03:58 AM.
that subtle white striping on the top tube is new. "shut up legs" a nice touch. maybe some striping on the chainring for relief. it's perfect.
By the time you're experienced enough to get something germane out of a test ride, you won't need a test ride.