Supreme x S&M 1995 Dirt Bike

Release Date May 07, 2020
Color Red
See at Supreme
Description
Supreme and S&M Bikes have officially annouced a release date for their collaborative 1995 BMX Dirt Bike. Originally teased as part of the Supreme SS20 preview, this complete bike is inspired by ’90s BMX style and was constructed by S&M in California.

Dressed in Supreme’s signature red, the bike features a large logo on the lower half of its frame. In true ’90s fashion, pads are present on both the top half of the frame and the silver handlebars — and each is embellished with signature graphics. A final touch of red is offered by the grips, while the badge, gyro, seat post, sprocket, cranks, pedals, chain and wheels are all presented in silver. A black seat and traditional two-tone dirt jumping tires round off the look. The total weight comes in at 30 pounds, a hefty assemblage that’s undeniably true to its old-school BMX routes.

Originally founded in 1987 by Greg “Scott” Swingrover and Chris “Mad Dog” Moeller, S&M is a bastion of BMX culture. This makes it an apt partner for Supreme, who’s familiar with bikes of both the manual and motorized variety, having collaborated with Brooklyn Machine Works, Santa Cruz, Fox Racing and Coleman as well as various bike accessory manufacturers.

Supreme and S&M Bikes have officially annouced a release date for their collaborative 1995 BMX Dirt Bike. Originally teased as part of the Supreme SS20 preview, this complete bike is inspired by ’90s BMX style and was constructed by S&M in California.

Dressed in Supreme’s signature red, the bike features a large logo on the lower half of its frame. In true ’90s fashion, pads are present on both the top half of the frame and the silver handlebars — and each is embellished with signature graphics. A final touch of red is offered by the grips, while the badge, gyro, seat post, sprocket, cranks, pedals, chain and wheels are all presented in silver. A black seat and traditional two-tone dirt jumping tires round off the look. The total weight comes in at 30 pounds, a hefty assemblage that’s undeniably true to its old-school BMX routes.

Originally founded in 1987 by Greg “Scott” Swingrover and Chris “Mad Dog” Moeller, S&M is a bastion of BMX culture. This makes it an apt partner for Supreme, who’s familiar with bikes of both the manual and motorized variety, having collaborated with Brooklyn Machine Works, Santa Cruz, Fox Racing and Coleman as well as various bike accessory manufacturers.


The Supreme x S&M 1995 BMX Dirt Bike is set to debut on May 7 via the Supreme webstore. It’s priced at $1,898 USD, and shipping is free on on orders over $150 USD.
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