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Old 08-04-07, 01:55 AM
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Cool paintjobs thread

OMG this just made me wet. I want it to have my baby

Hubba hubba..

Sharky

Love awesome paintjobs and that looks awesome. Anyone have an idea how much a shop would charge get those graphics on your bike with a durable paintjob?

Damn that is sexy... unf!
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Old 08-04-07, 04:58 AM
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Anyone who rides that bike better be fast and fit, or he'll look like a tool.
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Old 08-04-07, 03:26 PM
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I'd really like to see it with the panniers and reflective tape attached. Not to mention it's going to be rough getting a head-light on it.

Nice ride though.

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Originally Posted by Schwinnrider View Post
Anyone who rides that bike better be fast and fit, or he'll look like a tool.
Even if you are fast and fit you'd look like a tool on that bike, IMHO.
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Originally Posted by JustBrowsing View Post
Even if you are fast and fit you'd look like a tool on that bike, IMHO.
Get the matching jersey and it'll look good! Flying Ace Jersey
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anyone know a good spray paint for bikes? not looking to spen dmoney on a paintjob but i know my way around spray paint through my graffiti and art background is duplicolor good? i know its for cars i havent used it but was wondering if it would look nice with a clear coat.... any other brands that are good for multi coats?
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