Felipe Pantone x Romance Allez Sprint Nov 6, 2018

Felipe Pantone’s work involves utilizing digital spaces to create dynamic patterns from spectral pixels, glitches and warped grids. The UK cycling apparal label Romance have collaborated with Pantone to apply his work to a one-off Specialized Allez Sprint bike fully customized. The bike is complete – with Specialized S-works finishing kit, Roval wheels and SRAM RED eTap groupset.

The bike is up for auction, with all proceeds going straight to the World Bicycle Relief charity. WBR help communities in rural developing countries to access education, healthcare and work through the power of bicycles.

Bidding opens 17th Nov and will close 10 days later on the 27th Nov 18. Sign up at Romance to be the first to know.

  • bicyclecrumbs

    If thats all wet paint my lord…

    • AdamBike99

      You read my mind.

    • Romance

      Just catching up on this – It’s wet paint, just took a long time! Results are worth it though – looks incredible in the flesh.

  • galavoxx

    Specialized used a wrap technique on the Red Hook Crit Allez. I doubt this is wet paint but since it is a one off, not impossible.

    • Vince

      Has anyone ever tried doing a DIY vinyl wrap? I’m thinking of giving it a try on a new bike I have on order.

      • Nick Meulemans

        Vince you’re probably better off finding someone who will do an automotive-quality plastidip (“liquid wrap”) job for your frame. I’ve had a couple done and they end up just as good as paint and can be safely removed in 2-3 yrs time. I don’t have any photos but I’ve had mine done in Klein-esque color shift schemes and they look awesome.

    • It’s wet paint.

      • galavoxx

        crazy impressive.