Inspired by the iconic motorcycles of the 1950s, Hammarhead Industries are known to create rides comprised of simple and contemporary style. Founder James Loughead builds bikes with street sophistication ready to please the avid rider. Also a devoted cyclist, his 1952 Schwinn New World bicycle motivated him to create the “Duomatic.” This sleek bike is adorned with a bronze and nickel-plated head badge designed by local artist Adam Smith. Its frame, donated by IRO Cycle, was removed of any unnecessary tabs before being polished in a stunning black matte.

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