Assembled in California, the unit features a custom silver Supreme x S&M frame head badge and co-branded bike frame. Additional details include logo handlebar pads, a custom embossed railed seat and S&M 101 pedals. Two-tone jumping tires complete the bike.
“As a company formed in 1994, Supreme is the perfect brand to help design and launch a classic bike from that era,” S&M Co-Founder Chris Moeller wrote on Instagram back in February.
The Supreme x S&M Bikes 1995 BMX Dirt Bike prices at $1,898 USD and will release via the Supreme website on May 7.