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June 2009
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Stay in shape. SPW Bikes

Advertising Agency: Advico Y&R, Zurich, Switzerland
Chief Creative Officer: Markus Gut
Art director: Isabelle Hauser
Graphic design: Annik Weber
Copywriter: Julia Brandstätter
Photographer: Lorenz Cugini
Visualizer: Felix Schregenberger

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Ohkamp's picture
Ohkamp
Activity Score 228

The more I think about it, I think I'm wrong. I think you do need to active "push" that is present in the current visuals.

santorini's picture
santorini
Activity Score 60

if i don't misunderstand, the proposition is to have good physical shape by cycling...
Nice idea and execution....

qd's picture
qd
Activity Score 20

i think these ads are smart.
they show the bikes overcoming challenging terrains, but making the terrains your physical fitness puts a lifestyle spin in there that sets up a personality for the brand.

Guest's picture
Guest

mountain biking people love biking on mountains.
but by the visual logic of above,
losing fat=less curves=less mountain=less fun.
So, eat cheeseburgers before you ride your spw bike?

Guest's picture
Guest

More like "keep riding so you don't end up flat on the floor like that fat bastard"

shahidali's picture
shahidali
Activity Score 4069

vulgar, disturbing and offencive

shahid

Guest's picture
Guest

I really like them. Your overcoming you weight be cycling. Great idea.

Bob08's picture
Bob08
Activity Score 749

This is a Bike Defender Association warning.
Don't allow that woman to put her overflowing back on a bicycle saddle. She's allowed to do anything but biking.

Ohkamp's picture
Ohkamp
Activity Score 228

Maybe this is too literal but I would have liked to have seen the person/bike at the top of the "hill". I think that would make it a quicker read and really express that exercise has allowed them to overcome this obstacle. Great, provocative visual though.

Ohkamp's picture
Ohkamp
Activity Score 228

The more I think about it, I think I'm wrong. I think you do need to active "push" that is present in the current visuals.

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