ABOUT LENI FRIED DESIGNS
"The only up-close and personal bike therapy and painting service," Leni is trained as a fine artist and her prints are included in many prestigious collections, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Library of Congress. Her metal finishing and anodizing skills are breaking new ground in how good a bicycle frame can look. Your bike should reflect your personality, whatever it may be, and her artistic skills can cover a surprisingly wide range of styles to accommodate any customer's quirks.
When you want some custom paint work or anodizing done, consider Leni Fried's painting and titanium anodizing services. Her studio, where she also creates her art prints, is located in the upper level of a 150 year old barn above One-Off Handcycle, Mike Augspurger's titanium bicycle and handcycle shop in Cummington, Massachusetts and has been anodizing and painting frames longer than most of us have been riding. Colorful, whimsical artwork is her forte. Explore both the painting and anodizing sections of the site and decide what's best for you.
Have a look at Leni's latest creation, a northwest coast native american and Yo Eddy-themed bike, in the sketching and design development phase.
Excerpt from Road Bike Action November 1994
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