Lance Armstrong’s Custom Madone for the Giro d’Italia

I can’t honestly say this is the most exciting video ever, but if you’re wondering how Lance’s latest custom Trek Madone, designed by Shepard Fairey and being raced in this year’s Giro d’Italia, got its makeover, here you go. Click the images below to enlarge.

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Dan - 05/16/09 - 4:01pm

The frame decorator is “unexperienced” if i may say so. If you will look at this frame when the bike is moving, the two colors (black and yellow) combined makes a kind of green-brown that looks like s..t.

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