DB Alpine Mk3
white is fine for me ..but still like the metallic grey from my MK1..
really liked the old graphics,so very interested to see the new ones..
the brushed alu decals from the bmx frames look very good..
and… sorry for OT !!…does anybody here have a spare “PA” decal to sell ..I´m just building up an older PA and still searching for the original “prince albert” decal on the TT..any help is appreciated..Posted 4 years agomessiahMember
From Dialled Bikes via Facebook
Alpine colours update.
OK, I’ve been decisive and selected the following 2 colours for the new Alpine Mk3 frames: WHITE & ORANGE.
I chose these colours as they’re both tried, tested and popular colours in other Dialled Bikes frames, but I’ve never released Alpines in this colour. In the end, I didn’t feel comfortable using the greens and blues I was considering, as I hadn’t sampled them yet, and I’m a bit fussy like that.
The custom colour (within reason) option will still be available through Superbike Dan at PWS for an extra £50.
Hopefully, the colour choices won’t disappoint too many folk. At the end of the day, it’s about how the bike rides rather than what colour it is (hopefully they will all get thrashed to within an inch of their lives and be covered in dirt and battle scars most of the time anyway!).
Colour was never a primary consideration of many anyway so it don’t bother me 8)Posted 4 years ago
Although it won’t necessarily be 100% finished, I’m hoping the new Dialled Bikes website will go live this week, and Alpine pre-order details will go up then.
Alternatively, if anyone wants to reserve an Alpine in the standard white or orange colours, drop me an e-mail and I will add them to the order book so their frame is reserved.
Sorry for slight slackness. I’ve spent too much time messing about with BMX stuff again this season instead of getting any work done 😳Posted 4 years agorichcMember
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