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Old 08-13-06, 02:57 PM
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HUF pista concept



looks so good.
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Old 08-13-06, 03:00 PM
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i really like that matte black finish
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more pics ?
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check heronpreston.com

there was one more of the head tube, but that's all i saw. someone on here actually designed that logo.
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Originally Posted by MLPROJECT
...someone on here actually designed that logo.
Did they use an Etch-A-Sketch?
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check bennygold.com
there is also an orange with huf logos in the sf giants font.
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Originally Posted by Serendipper
Did they use an Etch-A-Sketch?
yup
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huf, as in keith hufnagel, the skateboarder?
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Originally Posted by beatifik
huf, as in keith hufnagel, the skateboarder?
yup. thats his bike. he made 3, masson(first part in the mash video) has one as well.
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It's like, how much more black could this be? and the answer is none. None more black.
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i have to pass the huf everyday to get home....i have never seen that one outside...sure the yellow anchor all the time but not that....ill keep an eye out for it...and then stare at it like a hungry beast when we meet.
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Actually looks more grey.
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You may be right, but i'm not sure those are the same bikes. Different wheels and cranks. I really want that stem though.
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holy **** that frame is baaaaaad. How much does that guy run or is it just a special one time thing?
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Dude, skate culture is not for sale.
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The first is Massan's bike, the second another owner I'm not familiar with, both designed by Benny Gold for HUF. Believe there were exactly 3 of them made. They're definitely black.
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<3 vigorelli. . . So what makes this better than an oem concept? Powdercoat/ paint, and graphics? Oh and the crank set. . .
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<3 vigorelli. . . So what makes this better than an oem concept? Powdercoat/ paint, and graphics? Oh and the crank set. . .
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<3 vigorelli. . .
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<3 vigorelli. . .
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I bought Vigo's expecting them to be the balls. They're not. Make anything besides the most futuristic looking pursuit frame look like crap. And even then you should be riding something classier. Vigorelli's are like school in the summer time.
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Here's a technical question. Let's say I wanted to paint/powdercoat a frame and apply my own custom graphics to it. How would one go about applying custom graphics like that to a frame without spending an entirely unreasonable amount of money?
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Velographic Decals would be a good way to go. I think his price is usually around $30 for a full set of decals.

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Keith still has room to offer different types of product, like the HUF track bike he made, which sold at $2000 a pop.
so "making" = repainting & rebadging a Bianchi Pista Concept? arf.
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I saw one of those in the window of a shoe store when I was in SF last summer.
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