Attention: For indoor use only.
- Width: 12 Inches
- Height: 18 Inches
- Material: 24 gauge US steel
- Shipping Weight: 2 lbs.
- Made in: USA
Bicycles Pinup Metal Sign 12 x 18 Inches
Even if you usually prefer to rev up a motor before going off on a cruise, you might be eager to climb aboard a bike if this lovely lady would be there to accompany you! The Bicycles Metal Sign is a sexy pin-up girl sign created by artist Baron von Lind and shows a brunette in a low cut strapless pink dress pedaling a turquoise blue bicycle. The wind has picked up while she pedals, causing her skirt to blow up and reveal her white garter belt and black stockings. A rather suggestive advertising message has been added to the sign along with a fictitious store name at the bottom.
The Bicycles Metal Sign is 12 inches by 18 inches in size and is fashioned out of heavy gauge American steel. Produced in the U.S., the sign has been sublimated to meld von Lind's artwork onto the steel. The sign weighs 2 pounds and has distressed, rivet reinforced drill holes in the corners.
First of all, the drivetrain is on the wrong side. The chain and all of that stuff should be facing the viewer when a bike is facing right. Speaking of the chain, it's loose as hell. It looks like it's about to fall off any minute. That frame is an absolute nightmare. The down tube appears to connect to the chainguard. The seatpost tube is attached to the front of the bottom bracket shell (where the downtube should be) rather than the top. The lack of dropouts make the rear wheel look like it's pinned in place, as in with a skewer from a modern bike (that would explain why the chain is loose). The print and the sign itself are excellent. 10/10. But that bike is atrocious. 0/10 would not ride.