De Rosa Merak Aluminum — This bike was in very bad shape and the customer wanted to mimic the original paint design as much as possible.
Bikenetic Shop Carbon — They had a vision. We made it a reality.
Merlin Road Bike — This bike fades from a white base paint with a gold flip flop to naked titanium with gold flip flop. The customer wanted to compliment his gold Chris King head set.
Felt F4 — A custom Felt paint job for a Wannabe Riders Against Cancer rider from Charlotte, NC. Those polka dots are hand painted.
Custom Painted Camouflage Beach Cruiser — Whoo weee! This project took some time, but the finished product is spectacular. Every single “camo” piece was hand placed.
Felt — Designed for a rider on one strong MS team, up in New England. Fine lines and colors that compliment the team kit make this bike super sleek. The very dark grey compliments the white and provides a subtle foundation for the team jersey, so the white pops even more. We are particularly proud of the Velox Rota logo on the fork — that is paint!
Trek Project One Re-Paint/Restoration — A customer’s Trek Project One was damaged, so he asked if we were up to the task to duplicate the original paint job. We were! The only problem was, we didn’t have Project One decals, the OCLV Carbon 120, or the Trek’s blend of paint. Instead, we recreated and painted the “OCLV Carbon 120″ and â€œProject Oneâ€ logo opposed to the decal Trek used. We were able to duplicate the candy paint.
Hooker Elite Time Trial Aluminum Frame — You can find some gems on Craigslist. One rider came across a Hooker Elite time trial frame. However, it was suffering from corrosion, cheap paint, and modified derailleur hanger holes. We stripped down the frame, cleaned up the corrosive areas, rebuilt a derailleur hanger hole, and repainted the frame with a pearl while.
Harry Quinn — It’s not every day you see a Harry Quinn bicycle.
1985 Cannondale aluminum frame / steel fork — The rider wanted the original color scheme, but with a modern twist. We used one of our exotic paints, “candy green”. We replaced riv-nuts, repaired corrosion, cleaned out the bottom bracket, seat tube, and head tube, and stopped a rattle inside the frame. We had original Cannondale decals in our shop (head badge and inside the seat tube) for an added touch, but he wanted his name on the down tube. Two photos from the rider once he built his bike back up: “All Suntour Superbe Pro except for the Campy large flange hubs laced to Mavic rims, Cane Creek Cycling Components brake levers, and Cinelli Criterium bar and stem”