Crankworx contender picks up new rig
Casey Brown is never one to do it someone else’s way. This goes for riding, and her bikes. Casey recently worked with Trek to design a scheme she could call her own, and its unique look is very Casey Brown.
"The pattern is from Blackfoot heritage, and my family is a percentage Blackfoot," said Casey. "I really like native art and the diversity from tribe to tribe."
"Dean the Sardine and the pineapple pattern is from one of my favorite artists in Whistler, 'Kups'."
You can find Casey riding at the first round of the Crankworx series in Rotorua, New Zealand on March 17th.