You can find these photos over at Bishop’s flickr account. I don’t know if all of them are up right now but Ben’s Columbus Road bike is. Heres a full shot of each bike, the rest will pop up soon I’m sure.
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Here’s the rest of the photos for the martini track bike. Check out all the customized campy parts those guys put a ton of work in to! Im late posting this up due to moving servers but I figured I should post the follow up anyway. Check the set HERE.
This Martini Racing painted track bike loaded with Campy parts is en route to Rex in China as I write this. I was able to get some shots of it for Chris as the paint job done entirely by hand at Fresh Frames took quite some time. When I first saw this bike I starred […]
Been a while, but I never put this set up. I shot another bike for Chris yesterday which I will put up shortly. Check the set HERE.
Here is a sneak peak at a Bishop Road bike. Apparently this will be the clients second Bishop and he already put an order in for a third. More flicks coming later…
Here’s the other bike I said would pop up soon. Tommy’s pride and joy that he himself painted. You may have to see it in person to really appreciate it but I did my best to capture the paint. Check out the photos on Bishop’s Flickr HERE. Check out Tommy for all your bike painting […]
I shot some flicks for a fresh from paint Bishop bike last week and man this thing is awesome. The client wanted a road version of the MS track we have seen so many times. Check out the details on Bishops Flickr..
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Most of you may know Tommy, or you have heard about him. It wasn’t that long ago when he was hit by a car pretty badly and I know there was info going around on the blogs. Tommy has been working with Chris Bishop for years and I’m not sure how long now but has […]
I recently went by Chris Bishop’s workshop to take some pictures. I knew he was extremely busy and stressed getting everything together for NAHBS, but I also wanted to see his workshop during much productivity. A lot of his work for the bike show was still off at painters and powdercoaters (which is where most of […]