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RTP of the Day: Kike's SNDS OPEN MIN.D.-Part 2

Marc Gasch - 10-Nov-2020
After our latest Blog about the creation and design of Kike's classy RTP MIN.D., inspired by the colors and lines of an AMG GT F1 car, it is now time to enjoy the PHOTO gallery of the bike, after being put together by @kilianboy on the paint department, and by @JordanWorkshop on the workshop.

Thanks to Kike and the rest of the SNDS Cycling Club for the cool pictures,  and we are hoping this bike gives you kilometers and kilometers of smiles around the beautiful roads in Barcelona!

And now enjoy the photo gallery, by @digonal.k (Kike himself):


Comments & Questions

What’s the material on the underside of the down tube? I am looking for a product to protect the paint etc before I go get my OPEN UP dirty. Please advise.
Post #1 of 5. Posted by Dennis Tukua on 18-Nov-2020 10:48:18 GMT in reply to blog [0<--22759]
I like the open sticker on the seat post. I would like to get it for my OPEN U.P.
Post #2 of 5. Posted by uli b on 18-Nov-2020 15:13:15 GMT in reply to blog [0<--22760]
A lot i
of effort for a very minimal result, there could have been a whole lot of really great graphics that could have made a huge difference.
Apart from a nice paint job, it's totally boring. your standard colour scheme is way nicer and thats what I'm saving up to buy.
Post #3 of 5. Posted by John Clements on 01-Dec-2020 17:29:56 GMT in reply to blog [0<--22771]
I think the idea was for the color scheme to compliment the groupset's aesthetics. I do like the stock colorway, but a color-spectrum fade with Navy and light blue isn't going to be for everyone.
Post #4 of 5. Posted by bennett on 06-May-2021 17:45:43 GMT in reply to post #3 [22771<--23132]
Sometimes less is more. This is classy, not flashy! I think it fits in perfectly with the "minimum design" philosophy. But I do like graphics too, so maybe we can see your idea?
Post #5 of 5. Posted by Pete Harrison on 17-Aug-2021 06:21:41 GMT in reply to post #3 [22771<--23271]