I often keep my eye on what Peacock Groove is turning out in Minneapolis, MN. The artistry form this shop always impresses, and this years NAHBS bike is no different. The bike might not be to the liking of some, as it is a bit on the gruesome side, but personally, It’s been the best thing I have seen so far.
You’ll find several more photos on the other side.
The airbrush work on both front and rear carbon disc wheels was done by Brad Gavlin of Dirt Designs Graphics. I was told he went through two beers, one cigar, and about six hours to complete the front wheel.
The Peacock Groove signature dropouts are super sweet looking, and produced on a water jet. Notice the chainsaw like chain? We are assured that this bike will be run on the velodrome, but without the chainsaw chain.
Who’s laughing now? Warning: Youtube link to the relevant clip from the movie.