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    New Brand HELP

    Hi Guys,
    I'm new to this forum, and I look forward to becoming an active member.

    The long and short of this post if, I am starting a new venture in Canada, working with a few existing companies in Canada and the US to get things rolling. Frames are being made, parts are being sourced and the business plan is being followed...now to the fun stuff, the name!

    It's been narrowed down to 4, as you see in the pic. The script will be used alot, however, the block lettering will be the main typeface of the brand.

    Anyone have input??

    I look forward to you opinions!

    CDub

    I should describe a bit. Street trials frames that can run 24" and 26", and will launch most likely with rims and bars as well....
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    I like Capital, although that could get confused with the NS Capital?

    I also like Blok and Ally.

    So Blok, Capital, Ally, Balanced in order of preference for me.

    Can we see some designs/prototypes? Love to see ma and pa bike start ups

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    Thanks for the input...it'll be a few weeks until a few frames arrive here...but i'll post photos as soon as i can get them...

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    Sounds like a great idea, look forward to seeing some frames.

    I personally prefer BlokBikes, seems to suit a street focused frame better. AllyBikes in second, though I think AllyBikes looks better in the more cursive script. Maybe that could be the frame/model name?

    Good luck though! Always good to see more trials frames being put out there.

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    I suggest that you Google the names. Generic words are okay if they are paired with an ungeneric word so that your stuff is findable online. Haro has an Ally 29'er, and there's a company that makes bicycle bags with Ally in the name.
    Good luck.

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