Paul Frank can do tees. Paul Frank can do bags. Paul Frank can even do lip gloss
But what about things with two wheels? Turns out, the monkey-loving label does that well, too.
This June, Paul Frank is releasing seven new bicycles. They’re all a cartoonish take on the classic vintage style of the ‘50s and ‘60s—with a few Paul Frank characters thrown in, for good measure. The Pink Skurvy Cruiser has black fenders and pink pinstripes, the Scholastic Cruiser is the exact same shade as the yellow color formulated for US school buses back in 1939, and Neon Julius Cruiser, which is inspired by nu-ravers in Day Glo get-ups. But our favorite just might be the Space Cruiser, which mimics the NASA aesthetic of the ‘60s.
But unlike actual vintage bicycles, the Paul Frank two-wheelers are equipped with 21st century fixings, so you won’t have to worry about cobwebs messing up your gears or a rusted chain slowing you down.
The only thing you’ll have to remember? Break for monkeys.
REBECCA WILLA DAVIS
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