Custom frame paintwork



ROKE

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Hello to all, I'm new to this particular forum and I'm trying to get some work going for the new year and I've heard this site has some members from all over and thats what I've been looking for... Im a private merchant not an advertising firm so you would be dealing with me directly. I do all sorts of custom paintwork as well as restoration paintjobs. I've recently started cerakoting suspension parts and accessories. I have photos of my recent work I can post up if needed. Thanks everyone for taking the time to read this, hit me up if your ready to turn some heads. ;)
Be safe out there...
"ROKE"
 

Volnix

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Have you got any pics of Aluminium or carbon Frames? :)
with the extra surface on those I bet you could make some pretty impressive stuff. :)
 

ROKE

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Have you got any pics of Aluminium or carbon Frames? :)
with the extra surface on those I bet you could make some pretty impressive stuff. :)
Yea right now I'm working on an aluminum fixie project and it has alot of freehand work...as far as carbon frames I really don't like messing with them too much since carbon fiber alone is nice to look at. I will upload pics soon I'm trying to get to a stopping place on this one so it will be more appealing.
 
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Susimi

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Yea right now I'm working on an aluminum fixie project and it has alot of freehand work...as far as carbon frames I really don't like messing with them too much since carbon fiber alone is nice to look at. I will upload pics soon I'm trying to get to a stopping place on this one so it will be more appealing.

I'm really looking forward to seeing your creations :)

Do you play around with any colours or is it only specialised stuff you do?
 

Damien Lee

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There's a guy down the road from me that specializes in customs paintwork for motorbikes, quads and bicycles. He seems to be good enough to earn a living from it. I haven't bothered to get any custom paintwork on my bike, as I prefer it to be stock. But it sounds like it will be a fun project. Good luck with your endeavors!
 

zipp2001

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One of the Best in the custom bicycle paint business is Toby at Hot Tubes. I have used him on several custom paint jobs and he never disappoints. He has several big bike manufactures who he does custom paint jobs for. The Triathlon bike market is the fastest growing market of customers getting custom paint jobs. I myself change my paint job on my Zipp2001 about every 5 years on average. Here's a look at paint job number 5. Look forward to seeing some of your work.