I wanted to make a super quality bike that could stand the abuse, but someone on a budget could afford. So here’s how this went and how this bike was made…. I grew up in the Punk Rock culture in the 80s. It taught me to question and challenge everything, to appreciate and look up to different people and see the different values that made them great. My life has been inspired by this. I feel lucky for the community I grew up with. I was at Ian MacKaye 50th Birthday day celebration. I got to talking with @movetk and became friends. We then exchanged art. Even got to paint one for the #RosaParks Museum. Then when I wanted to make this bike we formed this awesome collaboration and created The Seeker.
The title is derived from the poet #matsuo “Don’t seek to follow in the footsteps of the masters, seek what they sought”. This bike is freedom to do your own thing.
The first addition was pure simple, to the point, core punk rock beauty. The next addition was focused, polished beauty for the 25th anniversary.
Tim Kerr also inspired the world to put “your name here”. If you like seeing and/or hearing it then do it, live it, make it real, make it yours.
If you ever dreamed of going for it. riding a bike and getting rad then “put your name here”. Caus lucky you gets 20% off dealer/retail and FREE shipping with code “20” for the red and grey Seeker and “20yo” for the black and orange Seeker, for the rest of the month.
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Go BIG and have FUN everyday!