36 results for tag: motorcycles


Motorcycle paint job: BMW crotch rocket

A simple motorcycle paint job can completely change the look and feel of your bike. We think what you drive or in this case, ride, is a reflection of who you are and what you like. Everyone's bike tends to look a bit different. Those who are getting custom motorcycle paint jobs are especially able to create a new, custom look on their bike. The sky is the limit. You choose the paint color, the design and how you want it to look. We've painted many motorcycles with all kinds of paint schemes. Sometimes the motorcycles get painted something a totally custom, like ghost flames or marble effect. Other times, they are simply painted back to factory ...

Now’s the time to get that motorcycle painted!

Now is the perfect time to get your motorcycle painted. Riding season has just about ended here in Western North Carolina, and although I still see some brave souls out there, it's basically too cold to go out riding. It seems like fall was over so quick! With highs in the 50's these days, I can't think of a better time to get your motorcycle painted. We always see a huge influx of motorcycle paint jobs in the spring - just when riding season is starting, but let us know if you'd like to get that paint job done during these cold winter months! What kinds of motorcycle paint jobs do we offer? We have done many kinds of custom motorcycle ...

Motorcycle Paint Job: Mint green bobber

Last week we had a motorcycle paint job for a custom bobber bike. The parts were bright red to begin with, but called for a softer, more vintage look for vision the customer had in mind for the way he wants to customize the bike. Therefore, there was no exact color code for this paint job. The customer had an idea of what kinds of look he was going for and showed us some pictures he had saved on his phone. He wanted a light, almost mint colored green. He and Tim looked through our paint color catalogs. We have a couple of these paint color catalogs at the shop for customers to look at. It's by no means a complete inventory of all the colors ...

Motorcycle Paint Job: Match to original color

A recent motorcycle paint job gave us a run for our money when it came to matching the color of the fender to the tank. Being mindful of keeping the gas tank as original as possible, the customer didn't want to repaint the tank, but wanted the fender to be painted to match the tank. Painting the tank would have slightly altered the original color that many people are after. In this case, it also would have given us issues with finding the exact right decals he wanted, so we understood the predicament. The bike, a 1994 Honda CB1000 Super Four, originally from the UK, was brought in by a customer wanting us to paint the fender pearl red and ...

Exact Replica Motorcycle Paint

We had a customer come to us with a 1976 Triumph Bonneville motorcycle tank that was faded from the sun. The paint was looking a bit rough, and they wanted the exact same paint job to bring it back to its original glory. This custom motorcycle paint job may have posed a problem for some, but Tim is great at working with the lines of a certain design and getting them to match up just right. He was able to tape off the lines and create the exact same look the bike originally had. After taping lines and applying custom mixed paint, the motorcycle now looks brand new again, with the same paint job the customer had in the very beginning. ...

Latest Custom Motorcycle Paint Job

The latest custom motorcycle paint job included repair for a small dent in the tank and a custom paint scheme, using several different colors. It has a black and blue marble effect on a silver base, with a tribal design and white border dividing the two layers. When it comes to painting bikes, there are so many possibilities for custom paint schemes. Even after this one was done, Tim kept thinking about new ways to possibly design the silver layer, like maybe a marble effect there as well or more shading of the edges or giving it more of a layered steel look. Doing these bike paint jobs are a lot of fun. Tim is able to get creative, and ...