Race bikes are designed to be In Your Face with loud graphics and lots of sponsor stickers. Loud graphics and stickers get noticed and photographed, and then published in magazines, plastered onto posters, and make the rounds on social media, which is exactly what sponsors pay for! I generally think race bikes plastered in sponsor stickers and loud graphics look great. However, slapping one of those kits on a stock bike owned by an average rider who has never been sponsored and doesn't even race is just flat out embarrassing, so sad that it's possibly more deserving of pity than scorn. Same for slapping race numbers on a bike that were never assigned to the rider. Poseur factor is so high I actually catch myself feeling bad for laughing at them.