The stunning BMX k101 is a masterpiece-feat of engineering that’s not used to having its already perfect construction customized. That being said the two custom jobs that you see before you will serve to change all that. Bike customizers Philipp Wulk and Matthias Pittner have brought on the talents of two artists to really put the metal to the test by designing their own unique iterations.
The approach also allows the original silhouette of the K100 to stand strong, less we forget its true beauty.
While each version comes with nuances and subtleties in design that will catch you eye to the point of dizziness from trying to take in both at the same time, the approach also allows the original silhouette of the K100 to stand strong, less we forget its true beauty. With a job like this, we can only imagine the budget to be pretty substantial, but pennies aside, the results speak for themselves.
The first of the two designs is dubbed the K101 “Gatermann” has artist Fabian Gatermann that pits striking neon blue against stark white for the bike’s color palette, with intricate geometric designs found throughout the chassis. The other rendition, dubbed K101 “Edlinger” has artist Matthias Edlinger taking cues from classic pin-up posters for a collage result. For more info and more photos, head on over to impuls.xyz