The concept of painting bikes with gradient colors was popularized in the 90s by many brands. The idea was to create a unique and eye–catching look for bicycles. The most popular gradient colors to use were blue, purple, pink, and yellow. Some brands also used contrasting colors like black and white to create an even more dramatic look. The gradient trend has since been adapted by many other brands, giving cyclists more options when it comes to expressing their personal style.
With our bike colours simulation, we offer to our customers a custom colour. We tried some different versions of gradient colours. We can create a custom gradient effect with two or more of the colours available. We can start with the customer‘s favourite colour and then mix it with other colours to create a unique gradient. We can also suggest a few combinations to the customer that might work well together. We can also create a custom gradient effect with two or more of the colours available. We can start with the customer‘s favourite colour and then mix it with other colours to create a unique gradient. We can also suggest a few combinations to the customer that might work well together. We can also use colour swatches to help the customer visualise the combination before committing to a particular colour.
Gradient colours are finally back in fashion for bikes in the last few years. We process a lot of bike simulation and we have to say that more and more people are asking for gradient colours.
This bike is Borea. Maybe it is the most successful frame we have been building in the last months. Borea is a high–end steel frame that features a unique, classic design. It is lightweight and strong, making it ideal for long rides. The frame is designed with triple-butted steel construction and features a tapered head tube for improved stiffness. The frame is compatible with both disc and rim brakes, making it suitable for a variety of riding styles. It is custom-made in size, making it suitable for riders of anyone. Additionally, the frame is also available in several colours, allowing riders to choose the one that best fits their style. The bike colour simulation helps people figure out the best colours for a new bike.