Cannondale Collaborates With Junk Food Clothing on Special Edition Bikes for Antenna ReMix Lab

Cannondale Bicycles and Junk Food Clothing are teaming up to design two unique bikes for Antenna Magazine’s upcoming ReMix Lab. The inaugural ReMix Lab is an art, music, fashion, film and culture festival that will hit five cities –New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles – from October 19th through December 11th. The ReMix Lab consists of a gallery installation, live performances, film premieres and discussion panels, all of which celebrate the creators and thought leaders whose works are at the forefront of modern culture.

The Bad Boy frame ready for the Junk Food Clothing treatment

With a Cannondale Bad Boy bicycle as their canvas, artists from Junk Food Clothing incorporated alternative graphic designs and accessories to give the urban bike a new twist.

“Our inspiration came from the name Bad Boy,” said Mike Palermo, Creative Director, Junk Food Clothing. “The vintage motorcycle clubs were always the original ‘Bad Boys’ so we figured what better way to start than to create the Bad Boy Riders cycle club? From there, we were able to pull a stripped back vintage color palette and add amazing custom vintage leather, a Junk Food tool bag and a frame bag.”

The Bad Boy will be revealed on the tour’s first stop in New York City (October 19th-23rd) and will then accompany the ReMix Lab on the remainder of the tour. Junk Food will also design a second bike—completely unique from the one in the ReMix Lab—which will be the prize in an online giveaway.

“Cannondale is all about advancing the sport of cycling and creating bikes with attitude.  Bikes can be a reflection of a riders personality and the Bad Boy is the ultimate under-the-radar statement bike,” said Bob Burbank, General Manager, Cannondale Bicycles. “We knew that Junk Food Clothing would be the perfect partner to create a new version of this sleek and modern looking bike for Antenna’s ReMix Lab.”

Venue locations will be announced as the tour approaches and all stops will be open to the general public.

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