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Team Dream’s Custom Macho King

Team Dream’s Custom Macho King

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   Last modified: May 6, 2016

Team Dream’s Custom Macho King

This winter we sent a black E.D. coated Macho King over to Sean at Team Dream as a thank you for his collaboration on the All-City X Team Dream bandannas, and waited. Waited on pins and needles, rapt with excitement and curiousity about what he would do with it, and how he would make it his. The results? They blew us all away as he collaborated with his friend Emilio Santoyo to create a truly one of a kind ride.  

Emilio handpainted the graphics with OneShot, and the outcome is flipping stunning. The Radavist did a terrific writeup on it, and we're stoked to share their images with you. The process photos were shot by Sean and the complete bike photos were shot by John.

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