Crooks & Castles have striked again, this time teaming up with SE Racing to create a PK Ripper fixie. The result is quite possibly one of the best looking bikes to have been released in conjunction with a streatwear brand; it looks fresh as hell.
See SE team rider Josh Boothby putting the bike into action after the jump.
The frame sports a camo print with the logo standing out nicely in orange font. Orange is used further on the rim of the white tyres. As you can see from the picture, black and white has been used in perfect quantities for the chain, chainring, crankset, hub, seatpost, seat, headset, handlebars and grips.
Nice attention to detail has been paid on the seat. The only criticism I'd have is about the handlebar grips.
For me this bike is all about the summer months, cruising around the city. Sadly it's out of my price range, but if you have $719 spare, it is now available at Crooks online.