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Show me your Project One designs

Old 02-17-17, 10:47 AM
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Show me your Project One designs

Thinking of doing a custom paintjob through Trek Project One. Problem is there are so many options, and I'm not a graphic designer...let me see some cool P1 paintjobs on road bikes!
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A ton of people have posted theirs if you do a google search for it.

Alternatively, you can look for any brand bike that has a paintjob that you love and you can try to "recreate" it on the project 1 site.

Just be 101% sure you dig the design because the cost for it is astronomical. i have seen people on cl selling their project 1 frames at gut-punch low $ prices bc the designs were so wild / unappealing to buyers. ouch!


edit - this thread has a few project ones, but they're a bit dated. http://forums.roadbikereview.com/tre...-24394-37.html

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Sorry, I went with a "stock" paint job with minimal logos. I went Project One because i wanted Sram Red and upgraded components.

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Sorry, I went with a "stock" paint job with minimal logos. I went Project One because i wanted Sram Red and upgraded components.

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