Dyedbro - Dia De Muertos Frame Protector
“Día de Muertos” is a Mexican holiday focused on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey.
A common symbol of the holiday is the skull (in Spanish Calavera), which celebrants represent in masks, called Calacas (colloquial term for skeleton). Some people believe possessing Day of the Dead items can bring good luck. So here at DYEDBRO we think having good luck isn't such a bad thing, and if it looks as good as this even better!
- Designed to protect frame top tube, down tube, seat stays, and chainstays with 8 pieces in total -
x1 Top Tube Protector
x2 Extra pieces for larger frames
x1 Down Tube Protector (clear)
x2 Chainstays Protector
x2 Seatstays Protector
- Fits all bikes.
- Eliminate paint chips and scuffs to all protected areas.
What's in the box
We are a small bike company created by riders, for riders. We ride our bikes every day, that’s why we offer the best universal and easy to install frame protection. Alongside our classic clear protection kits, we also have loads of designs so you can choose the right one for your style.
This hashtag was introduced to us by MTB legend and photographer Gary Perkin. After a couple of very special days shooting in Chile, Gary and Iago came up with a photo of a drift never seen before. The photo started to float around the internet with the hashtag and started to get a lot of attention. This led up to the moment we had to choose a name for our brand, and it became pretty easy to choose it: Do you even drift bro? Which once shortened it became: DYEDBRO.
Apply the protector
Unwrap the protector
Want a new style? Simply reverse the wrapping process, ease up the adhesive with the heat gun and peel off gently using more heat as required. Clean up and install your new pattern.