Airbrushing is a specialist offering that we have been doing for over 3 decades.More Info
The process of returning the motorcycle back to it’s original form just as from the factory.
We deal with all major insurance companies to repair your motorcycle to it’s original state.More Info
This award winning bike had a complete motor out paint job that took 2 months to complete. The entire bike recieved attention including painting the frame, tripple clamps, top clamp and wheels. The paintwork features dry flake which is applied dry and covered in a tinted clear coat.
The iconic Hyabusa logo was all hand airbrushed into the design. A trully unique build that has won custom bike competitions throughout South Africa.
A very popular form of customization is “Rat Rods”. This form of customization is quite ironic since thousands are spent to make a bike look old! We age the paint, create a mixture of real and false rust and accesorize the bike with items dating back to the same era of the bike.
Most of the rust visible is actually air brushed on, all the details are then protected with a coat of matt clear coat. Other items actually undergo a real rusting process with special chemicals to speed up the rusting process.
We don’t just paint bikes! Helmets are a very big part of what we do. Most customers want to match their helmets to their new custom motorcycle. Some just want to brand their helmet the same as their motorcycle. Others want a complex custom paint job celebrating an event in their life.
The process of painting a helmet is the same as painting a motorcycle part, the end result is a beautiful helmet that looks like it was purchased like that.
A lot of customers choose to only paint the wheels on their motorcycle. More often than not it’s to match the paintwork on their bike. Most bikes came out the factory with a simple but boring paint job, mostly one colour, while the bike has 2 or more colours.
Painting wheels is a specialized job since wheels do take a lot of abuse in terms of road debris etc. So an extra thick coat of clear is often needed to protect the wheels.
Some bikes are just born classics! Customers often bring us rare classic gems from years gone by that they just want to restore their original glory. This process is quite intense since it involves finding the correct colours, the correct process and exactly the correct layout.
More often than not it involves studying photos of original bikes and spending hours to correctly replicate how the bike would have looked straight out the factory.
We deal with all major insurance companies to repair accident damaged bikes back to their original form. We use original OEM parts where allowed and follow the highest standards to ensure your bike is as safe as it was new.
We also offer on site quotations for inurance purposes.
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