We remix the books, paintings, movies and cultures that inspire us, and hand paint them onto frames. Achab bikes are as at home on the streets as they are hanging on your wall. Our bikes are one-of-a-kind made for kindred spirits who share a love for art and cycling.
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Inspired by the old race suit of Mario Cipollini and one of our favourite movies of all time, Pulp Fiction, this is a one a kind fixed speed bike with a full carbon frame hand painted with airbrush.
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Heart of Darkness is a love letter to Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now, the movie adaptation of J. Conrad’s book.
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This bike is where it all began. It is named after the white whale in Herman Melville’s 1851 novel, a metaphor for our obsessions and the fight against our own nature.
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The lightest of our collection, this single speed bike pays homage to Jackson Pollock's 'Convergence' – his 1952 painting said to be about freedom of speech.
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Samurai in the Mud is a celebration of a Samurai’s inevitability of death, something he must make peace with in order to live a warrior’s life and walk his path.
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The inflexible Club of Love combines our love of the 1976 Oshima film ‘In the Realm Of Senses’ and Shunga Prints – Japanese erotic art typically cut from woodblock.