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Shiny Harry / Berham Customs


For once, roadworthiness doesn’t matter. Built by the Berlin-based workshop Berham Customs, this skeletal machine whipped the ass of several factory-backed entries at the Glemseck 101 festival a few days ago, taking home the coveted Sprint International trophy. Just sixteen builders were invited to race in Glemseck’s famous Poets Of Sprint series. When Berham main man Martien Delfgaauw got the prized invitation, he knew exactly where to start the build: With a genuine 1984 Harris frame owned by his partner Felix Pilz — via Bike EXIF

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