Monday, September 27, 2010

Corvid :: Ray Allen :: Quetzal

The bicycle pictured is the realization of nearly a year long collaboration between Berlin Bicycle, Independent Fabrication, and Boston Celtic, Ray Allen.

Each carbon fiber tube was custom made to fit Ray's measurements and joined seamlessly to our carbon crown lugs which, of course, were painted Celtic's green metallic. Ray's signature was also digitized and painted in.

The bike is set up with a full Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain, and Richey WCS components.


The guys at Berlin Bicycle and the people here at IF had a great time working with Ray throughout the planning, design, and fitting process and we wish him luck and good health for the upcoming season!

6 comments:

Prez said...

Awesome stuff.

Always knew Ray had good taste!

Erik Jorgensen said...

What size frame is that? Ray is listed as 6'5" and that frame doesn't look that big....

Anonymous said...

I dunno, the distance from saddle to pedals looks pretty long to me. Also, 6'5" isn't that huge.
Never knew he even rode.

Anonymous said...

I hope he gets a chance to ride with his busy schedule.

Good luck to Ray this year and stay healthy!

Kevin said...

First feedback from the man himself: “The bike is incredible. Its so strong.”

Anonymous said...

I can see this getting use, as Allen works to be one of the fittest guys on the court. The bike will help him maintain leg strength, stabilizing his late-game shots, and get him around more screens than a mosquito with a Sawzall.

Jim