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MAX in Rust

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Columbus MAX Fillet Brazed / 60cm / 2011

Selfmade one piece

straight steel / Ritchey

Focale 44 / V-Profile No Name / Continental 4000

Focale 44 / V-Profile No Name / Continental 4000

All City / Stronglight

Selle San Marco Regal / Generic classic

Welgo / Yban Track


Modolo Aero black late 70's

16er fix

A variation with the tube set from Columbus.
Everything Fillet Brazed, painting in real rust.
MAX tubes forever ...

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sooooo sick! i love this!

sooooo sick! i love this! you should look into a white pinstriping job, google hotrod pintriping if you don't know what i'm talking about

that integrated bar/stem is the sex, i love your bike

very nice idea!

Sometimes I´m dreaming for the time I can create a verdigris-painting... But maybe there is somewhere someone who brings this pleasure at first... have a fine new year!


My new favourite bike on velospace. How did you get that paint/plating done?


... little secret at the moment. The paint consists of eight layers, the metal in the coating is activated with acid and then sealed with two final layers of paint.

Cool concept. I would

Cool concept. I would upgrade some parts if it were mine. Beautiful frame nonetheless.

upgrade parts

We would also change some parts, but we did not want to exaggerate the total price. The paint is very expensive and time-consuming ...

why the hell

why the hell

wow! that is epic!! soooo by

wow! that is epic!! soooo by putting rust on it, did you intentionally shorten the life of this frame just for looks?

Or is it just the look of rust, which in that case, what product did you use?


the rust is in the paiting, the frame is 100% clear of it.
the prozess of rustinf is stopped with a nano-coating...


...this is the strangest thing I have ever seen.

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