fix your bike with tagmi's graphic DIY customization kit fix your bike with tagmi's graphic DIY customization kit
may 19, 2014

fix your bike with tagmi's graphic DIY customization kit

fix your bike with tagami’s graphic do it yourself customization kit





fix your bike is an adhesive graphics kit designed by tagmi to customize your bike. with dozens of patterns to choose from, there is something to satisfy every personality and mood. each kit contains 7 custom designed pieces printed on a special polymeric film. much more than a simple sticker, this material withstands water, UV rays and abrasions, and can last up to five years.

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double check – one bike model, one graphic, two custom looks




the easy-to-apply second skin for your bike protects the paint from scratches and wear. using only a ruler and utility knife, anyone can follow tagmi’s simple instructions to apply the graphic adhesive. due to the ‘easy apply’ glue, bubbles do not form during application, and it can be repositioned until the desire fit is achieved.

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geometric ph. a.d.vallesi




to apply a different fix kit to your bike or to return it to its original appearance, the removal process is easy, requires only a hair dryer and leaves no damage or residue. each season the existing collection (shown) will be replaced and supplemented by a variety of new graphic designs. the product is designed and produced in italy.



‘how to apply fix your bike’

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‘pied de poule’ / houndstooth


no, these aren’t real insects – ‘ant’ graphic



‘fix your bike’ with rossignoli and tagmi


scene from the video ‘how to apply fix your bike’


colorful ‘3D 002’ is made of rhombuses


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a selection of designs by tagmi


instructions diagram




designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

  • Uh huh. Comes off easily with a hair dryer and yet durable enough to last 5 years. Sure.

    And UV protection??? Is the bike frame sensitive to UV?

    JJ says:
  • the colour will be sensitive to uv light dude but the price is the same as I just got quoted to have my bike frame sandblasted and powder coated so I’ll probably skip this one, even though it sounded like what I’ve been looking for.

    thomas says:

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