Check out the recently created custom Trek Emonda SLR for AFL Legend and Two-Time Norm Smith Medal Winner, Andrew McLeod.
The former Adelaide Crow will ride the custom creation during the Redline Classic, a three-day, 370km trip around Adelaide. McLeod is aiming to raise $20,000 for the Adelaide Football Club Foundation, which works to empower young Indigenous Australians from the Torres Strait Islands through education and developing their skills for the future.
Anyone who donates to the cause will automatically have the chance to win this truly one of a kind bike.
The custom bike is an Emonda SLR frame (7 series OCLV carbon – highest level that Trek produces) with Shimano Dura-Ace and Aeolus 3 wheels. It also features unique creative by Badu Art Centre founder and local legend Laurie Nona. Laurie's design was worn by the Adelaide Crows in the Indigenous Round of the AFL, which celebrates the extraordinary contribution Indigenous athletes have made to the sport of Australian Rules Football.
Design on paper
Raw frame being prepared
Paint being mixed then applied
Decals being applied
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