Making custom fenders means making friends. We love working with artists, shops, brands, race organizers and making special versions of our Fendor-Bendors. We've been making custom prints since 2012 now, and it has led to quite some great ones. Time to look back to some highlights.
2014: Lekker, for Lekker Bikes, a Dutch bike brand from Australia.
["Lekker" is an important word for the Dutch. It can be used as "delicious" for food, but is commonly used as adverb in all kinds of situations. For example: someone could be riding his bike lekker (hij fiets lekker), to express that his bikeride is pleasant. But someone could also be "lekker bezig": describing that someone's well at work, or even in a flow.]
2013: The dirty ol' #Kerstman by @Baschz
2014: I guess still for sale at our friends of Bruklene Shop, Latvia. Owner Toms Alsberg is the world's best Minidrome rider and also a good crit rider.
2013 / 2015: This is the famous Italo '79 color scheme - made for Cinelli and for sale at Wingedstore.com.
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2014: Probably our best selling artist collab so far: Martine Johanna's design. Still available HERE!
2013: Especially for ArkDes Stockholm's Bike exposition, with graphics by Simona Bava, owner at BavaBici.
Get an impression of her great shop in this article by CycleExif.
2013: Team F.A.S.T. Amsterdam - the fixed gear racing team which we managed in 2013. The former team of Red Hook Criterium winner Stefan 'Fish' Vis.
2012: The very first special print on the Fendor-Bendor 3. Designed by co-developer of the Fendor, Remko Siemerink. It says:
"Hoi! I'm a Fendor-Bendor, get me at witindustries.nl before it starts raining."
2014: Also a super popular artist collaboration. By Marlous Tode / Studio Flying Colors.
Still available HERE!
2014: For the awesome bloggers, photographers, cycling team and clothing maker Tenspeed Hero.
2014: Meesterknecht, a bike shop in Amsterdam. Meesterknecht is founded by Sam, amongst others. Sam also founded Pristine, the fixed gear shop in Amsterdam (now closed), which was the first shop to sell WIT Industries products, and helped a lot promoting the Fendor-Bendors.