Galfer USA Supercross athlete and rapper Adam Enticknap — aka the 7deucedeuce — unveiled the wildest project bike of the year in his newest music video.
Galfer USA athlete Adam Enticknap is known for his big personality and his motocross-themed music career. The Galfer USA team has been supporting Adam and his brother, Tyler (the sevendeucetres) for several years. When he reached out to us regarding his next project, we were happy to jump on board.
Enticknap teamed up with Clint from Lund MX to build an entirely custom Honda CRF450 to match his newest single — “My Bike’s Too Lit”. A rap banger all about having a sick dirtbike.
This Louis Vuitton-themed Honda CRF450 featured several entirely one-off pieces from some of the biggest brands in the industry. Galfer USA was happy to contribuite Enticknap’s Galfer products of choice to the build.
The “My Bike’s Too Lit” Honda CRF450 is equipped with a Galfer solid Tsunami rear rotor and a Galfer solid mount Tsunami front rotor, as well as Galfer brake pads. These are the same Galfer USA products that Enticknap runs on his Supercross race bikes, and are one of the only products on the project bike that are available to the public — just give us a call.
Will Enticknap ride this tricked-out Honda CRF450 next year in Monster Energy Supercross? Probably not. But we know he will be trusting Galfer brakes as he continues his rise in the ranks in 2019.
Check out the official music video from the 7deucedeuce below — and keep your eye out for those Galfer rotors.