Website on the frame

Timpo

Well-Known Member
I don't know if it's just me, but doesn't the website on the frame (both Spark and Rize brand bikes) kind of make the bike a little ugly and almost look like an advertisement?

I don't mind if they put their brand name on the frame, as any other bike companies would do, but printing their website (or phone number, location, email address, etc. for that matter) is a bit too much. :rolleyes:

I saw Spark in person, but it made the bike look a bit cheap for some reason.
 

tomdav

Well-Known Member
Doesn't seem too bad. I assume you can just take off the decals on the lower arm.



I'm not a fan of LOUD branding either.



At least give it a less obtrusive color scheme:

 

Timpo

Well-Known Member
Doesn't seem too bad. I assume you can just take off the decals on the lower arm.



I'm not a fan of LOUD branding either.



At least give it a less obtrusive color scheme:

It doesn't look too bad in the picture, but when I saw the bike in person (Spark, not Rize), it bothered me quite a bit.

And yeah.. that Luna logo is way too much.

I also just noticed that Magnum puts their website on the frame too.