Custom Graphics: Splat for Intense 951 by hieroglyphFX 14

Written by Griz
Think about a time when mountain biking was at a peak, action sports were blowing up, hip-hop was original, punk rock was great, Saved by the Bell was fresh and the entire globe wasn’t broke. Yes, the 1990’s were a great time with, good music a lot of growth and phenomenal trends with loud colors.

Custom Graphics: Splat for Intense 951 by hieroglyphFX
As a tribute to the early 90’s and the good-times they represent, hieroglyphFX set up Brad Oien with a splatter-paint graphic kit for his Intense 951 so he could tear up his third endless summer in a row. Keeping the color scheme red, white and blue with the orange Intense and nine-five-one logos allowed for a patriotic/punk look which we feel fits Brad’s style well. "Bradical" will be training and racing in Australia again this winter and we wanted him to show off his hieroglyphFX graphics down under. We will be using this splatter motif as one of our stock designs after we make a few tweaks and color changes.

Custom Graphics: Splat for Intense 951 by hieroglyphFX
hieroglyphFX's plan is to have eight stock designs (one being a splatter-paint design) for customers to choose from. The 2010 hieroglyphFX frame graphics line will cover Intense 951 and M6, Giant Glory, Turner DHR, Santa Cruz V10 (08 and newer), Iron Horse Sunday, Trek Session 88 and the Rotec RL9. Retail price on frame graphic kits will range from $110-$130 and a custom I.D. (rider’s name) for stock kits will be an additional $10. Custom graphic designs will cost an additional $50 per design. We’re aiming to have our website live and doors open for business in Janurary 2010.

For more information you can drop us a line by visiting www.hieroglyphfx.com.   






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14 comments
  • DigitalGiraffe

    12/13/2009 7:17 PM

    I saw this bike yesterday. It doesn't look as bad in the flesh but yeah not really my cup of tea.

  • Hells Bells

    12/6/2009 10:23 AM

    You guys just ruined one of the most beautiful bike frames ever built!

  • RUFUSDESIGN

    12/4/2009 2:31 AM

    That is horrendous. Sorry but I have no good words about this particular one.

  • 53119

    12/3/2009 10:50 AM

    for me it's hard to take any wheeled sport seriously on a professional/sponsorship level when there's splatter paint. not hatin' just statin'.

  • Bearded Clam

    12/2/2009 9:49 PM

    get it Griz!

  • m3hl

    12/2/2009 5:58 PM

    ew

  • alloutprodux

    12/2/2009 2:22 PM

    so sick you guys!

  • NorCalNomad

    12/2/2009 12:31 PM

    looks sick :Tup:

  • bloghogs

    12/2/2009 11:14 AM

    At least theres no neon pink.

  • JRAD

    12/2/2009 10:49 AM

    NOT BAD MMM-- KAY,

  • KazFu

    12/2/2009 10:48 AM

    I just tasted my own puke!

  • craigglaspellphoto

    12/2/2009 10:20 AM

    Has to be from cali.

  • Redwoodrider

    12/2/2009 10:08 AM

    these things are atrocious

  • THompy

    12/2/2009 9:45 AM

    sick cant wait to see some more designs such a good idea im suprised no one has done this in a long time

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