Juri’s Custom Macho King

Juri’s Custom Macho King

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   Last modified: June 28, 2017

Juri’s Custom Macho King

Team Rider Juri Hanazumi just got his Macho King repainted and built back up and sent over these dope photos of it in process, in motion, and looking spectacular.

These are the sorts of things we bug out on. A collaboration of friends creating something truly unique that could only come from that specific group of individuals. Never to be duplicated.

Paint by Korekiyo Bicycle Works
Drawing by DICE
Photos by: Xray Sexysushi
Assembly by FAT Wrench Cycles

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Juri and our buddy Sekky of Fat Wrench cycles. (What up Sekky!)

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Placing the headbadge

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Out in Tokyo

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Our dude Juri, one of the chillest cats you'll ever meet. Cycle Messenger World Champ, kingpin of the Tokyo messenger community, DJ, MC, and incredibly smart, funny, and kind. We are blessed to have him on the squad!

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His custom Macho King, with handdrawn art by his friend DICE

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so good, so unique!

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June 28, 2017

Wowzers. What is that pseudoriser handlebar?

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