Portland’s Sacha White just launched the new Speedvagen website, specifically catering to customers and fans of the Vanilla Workshop’s racing arm. The site profiles all the features of the bikes and their paint schemes, like their spectacular Overt Road Disc.
The Overt paint scheme is just one of the multitude of options available to the Speedvagen customer, but it’s one of the most time-consuming and, apparently, priced accordingly. It is, admittedly, also the most striking and unmistakeable of them all.
Of course, a subtle bike probably wasn’t on the priority list for most Speedvagen customers, because that’s not what the Workshop is all about. It only takes a read through a few pages on the new site to gain a true insight into the team’s raison d’être.
Under the paint, however, each Speedvagen is a wonder to behold — from the custom seat topper down to the stainless steel reinforcements and plates in high-wear areas. The rear view never gets boring either, profiling those tire-hugging S-bend seat stays.
This Disc Road sure is an eyeful, even from the rider’s perspective. The integrated bar/stem combo has been painted to match the rest of the Overt scheme, another custom option offered, along with matching hubs and forks.
Sacha White’s international Fit Tours are a prime example of the emphasis he places on fit and design, and the silhouette shows how perfectly balanced the Speedvagen can be — even when painted with one of the most over-the-top schemes in the industry.
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Massive thanks to Bob Huff for the beautiful photography.