Today’s Bike Of The Day is a 1997 Dyno Compe with custom Tiffany & Co. branding! Not only is this bike is an awesome custom, it also has a matching backpack and fanny pack. This sick build was sent in by Arturo Parada AKA DuroTheThird out of Canada! Be sure to give this bike a rating via the sliders below for the October Bike Of The Month and 2020 Bike Of The Year competition!
I started collecting freestyle BMX bikes 3 years ago. And I was already at around 32 bikes. I felt that I had already done every stock color available so I decided to start doing shades. I asked my friends on the couch what I should do next and one said that should do that teal blue that everyone loved, and I said Tiffany blue and he said yes. So I went to the powder coater and had to custom order it. Then I decided to use a wider frame dyno because the decals would look better and it would look more like jewelry to respect the brand. I offset the white and blue to give it a feminine appeal and then added the chrome parts at the end. I custom designed the decals to respect the old and newer logos that they are using. Then I added the new pattern they are using for the custom Italian leather pads. RND bikes had the idea for the back pack and fanny pack.~Arturo Parada /@durothethird
FRAME: 1997 Dyno Compe
BRAKES: Dia Compe nippon brakes
HUBS: Old School high flange hubs
GT frame extender
CRANKS: Primo crank
PEDALS: Tangent chrome pedals
GRIPS: AME grips
BRAKE LEVERS: Tech 77
GT V2 fork standers
We even added crystals to the dice valve caps Custom Pads by @rnd_bikes
Powdercoat by @axiompowdercoat
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