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Bicycle paint job

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How to Paint a Bike

If the paint on a bike is old or chipped, painting over it with a few fresh coats of paint is a great way to give it a brand-new, glossy look. Fortunately, you don't have to pay a professional to retouch a bike for you. With the right...

BAUM is known for precision bicycles but this paint job on their latest Orbis disc road is melting my eyes. See more of this beauty at the BAUM Flickr.

BAUM is known for precision bicycles but this paint job on their latest Orbis disc road is melting my eyes. See more of this beauty at the BAUM Flickr.

A Circles DeSalvo painted by Landshark | The Radavist | A group of individuals who share a love of cycling and the outdoors.

Mike DeSalvo makes absolutely beautiful steel and titanium frames, with some of the best welds in the business. In fact, his construction is so wonderful that he teaches tig-welding at UBI. While Mike's frames are gorgeous in terms of construction, he's admittedly not the most creative in terms of paint designs. His job is to focus on the frame's engineering, leaving the designs up to the owners. Truthfully, I'd never seen a DeSalvo painted until coming to Japan and seeing the Circles…

Gallery: Striking paint jobs at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show – VeloNews.com

Builders at the NAHBS show off the eye-catching paint jobs of their bikes, which range from bright and colorful to downright creative

The Spitfire paint job has been tackled by so many framebuilders over the years and yet, it's still one design that I can't get enough of. Like this RT-1D road from Mosaic Cycles. There are enough details in the paint to make anyone envious. Or ENVEous? See more at the Mosaic Flickr!

The Spitfire paint job has been tackled by so many framebuilders over the years and yet, it's still one design that I can't get enough of. Like this RT-1D road from Mosaic Cycles. There are enough details in the paint to make anyone envious. Or ENVEous? See more at the Mosaic Flickr!