When we built up our 29er Evil Following project, the folks from Stikrd completely dialed us in, with branded decals for the frame, fork and even the wheels.
Installing the custom decals went smoothly. I cut the sheet of decals into smaller, bite size pieces to simplify the process and used bits of tape as guides to aid in placing everything, and lining things up.
While I could have done a much better job installing the rim decals, the frame and fork decals are on par with manufacturers decals and look fantastic.
My only regret: next time I’d take it one level higher and add pinstripes, chevrons or additional design elements. Now that customizing your bike is only an email away, making your ride stand out is going to take a bit of extra effort!
Custom decal kits start at $15 and up, and for an additional fee, the guys are happy to design and customize them for you. Their new website is in the works and should make dialing your ride in easier than ever. Hit the team at Stikrd up at Stikrd.com or drop them an email at Sales@Stikrd.com
Check out the finished Evil Following 29er Project build here.