Photos by Simon Nieborak
Photo by Angus Sung
This has got to be the sickest modern production track bike I’ve ever seen. A mix of fillet brazed Columbus MAX and Zona really hammers home the meaning behind “ono”, or a tool for cutting through your obstacles in Japanese. See more photos of the Tokyo Fixed Ono here and pick one up here. This will probably be your only chance to own a Death Spray Custom designed paint job!
David from Death Spray Custom sent over a new project he worked on with the 5th Floor and Joe McGorty called 7 Mile Horizon. I can’t wait to see more photos of that bike and damn, Joe’s photos are on point.
I’ve been posting about Death Spray Custom for as long as David’s been putting his work online. He’s one of the most famous bicycle painters and it’s not because of his lug or box lining. David’s work is heavily inspired by automotive, motorbike, Razzle Dazzle and anything else that can be applied to a complex curvature. There’s a great interview up on CycleEXIF, so head over and check it out.
Death Spray Customs makes some of the best products. Hell, the branding is always spot on, how can you mess up a t-shirt? Out of all my bike-related shirts, David’s some of my favorit. You can now purchase these at the DSC Boutique. Head over to scoop!
This is awesome, random, but awesome. All three parties involved in this ring are well respected and extremely talented. Stevie Gee designed a ring for Death Spray Custom, which The Great Frog then fabricated. If these are priced like the rest of The Great Frog‘s rings, they’ll be too rich for most of our blood. But damn, they look nice!
“This prototype was hand painted by Death Spray Custom. The ONO will be with us in late May and should be priced around £775 including a carbon fork. The frame is fillet brazed and is made using Columbus Zona with a Columbus MAX downtube & CNC CR-MO dropouts. Pretty sweet.
The ONO features the 5 dot mon on the head tube, keeping the graphics simple and allowing us to use painting & masking only.”
See more photos here.