Why Black Brake.
This is why
When living in LA I ironically discovered by chance and Art exhibition on Abbot Kinney in Venice whilst my mother was visiting.
We instantly where both instantly drawn to Paul Incest work and fun street art / graffiti icons and images.
And I particularly fell in love with the aptly named “Trouble”
After moving back to london had a birthday where My parents unveiled my gift it was copy # of Troubled
I loved the bold black and striking Red and Yellow eyes.
So when I was designing the first Brake editions it was obvious to me to use the same colours. Black Frame – body, Red and yellow rimes eyes… The tyres and wheels.
Initially creating Brake as a Brand inspired from the urban environment, street art is highly influential to Brake.
Leaving ambiguity in calling the range by the frame colour, leaves the owners own interpretation.
The back edition, has been called the Super hero iron man, and our very favourite Mickey Mouse
Germans, spainish, people from Belgium and Angola use them as patronage,
A local labour councillor bought one as one of his campaign tools.
Football teams in England not just for the World Cup, are Man Utd, charlton athletic.