Daylight Cycles and FSA recently did a sick collaboration with their Timeline DJ frame. They did a custom colorway which pays homage to the 1967 Ford GT40 which won the 24 hours of Le Mans that same year. FSA put together a sick video edit featuring Josh Gibb shredding the Bellingham pump track in Cordata Park.
In June 1967, the 24 hours of Le Mans, one of the most iconic races in the world was won by American race drivers Dan Gurney and AJ Foyt in a Ford GT40 built at Carroll Shelby’s shop in Venice, California led by legendary fabricator/engineer Phil Remington and his amazing crew. It is the only time in the history of the 24 hours of Le Mans that an American built car with American drivers has won the race.~Pinkbike
Frame: 2020 Daylight Cycles Timeline frame with custom 1967 GT40 tribute paint
Fork: DVO Diamond Lowered to 80MM custom by Ronnie Dilan
Wheels: Tor Carbon 26 laced to Oynx Hubs
Bars: FSA 40mm rise Gradient with custom paint.
Stem: FSA Gradient with custom paint.
Seatpost: FSA SL-K carbon
Cranks: FSA Gradient Custom paint
Tires: Vittoria Tattoo Light 26×2.3
Brakes: Magura MT8 Freedom Graphics
Spotted on Pinkbike.com