Velocite Magnus 3rd Generation

We worked with Velocite to produce new graphics for the Magnus, which is a ridiculously good frame. This is their third generation of the frame and is just that bit lighter with the exact same stiffness as the older versions and is now electronic gear friendly. What we wanted to achieve with the graphics was a nod at muscle cars, because it’s that kind of bike! I also added some details to make it interesting but, the hammer badge at the back (above the seat stays) is reflective, as is the red fork inner and this just helps to bring the bike to the next level. Everyone who rides this bike knows it can be hammered like no other carbon frame and at times I was reluctant to put any graphics on it at all! But I hope what we did adds appeal to a very super bike. More info here. Click the button below for more images.

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