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 HORSE CYCLES PAINT SHOP

 

Horse Cycles Paint is a premium paint house that offers the highest quality finishes in the industry. We specialize in custom paint for bicycles builders from around the country using the finest materials and equipment available.

Horse Cycles Paint is lead by master painter Ben Falcon who has been painting for over 8 years in the industry.

PRICING:

All of the finish work we do is custom from single color to a 20 hrs of art work time. As such, each job is completely different and it is very hard to formalize pricing.  Below is a list of basic pricing as well as additional costs of add-ons such as extra color and art work time.

BICYCLE FRAME SINGLE COLOR: 325

BICYCLE FORK SINGLE COLOR: 100

BICYCLE FRAME AND FORK SINGLE COLOR: 395

CUSTOM LOGOS: 35 PER HR

DECALS: 35 PER HR

CHEMICAL FRAME STRIPPING:115

ADDITINAL COLOR: 50

MATTE CLEAR:100

FADES: 35 PER HR

MASKING (PANNLES / LUGS / STRIPING / STAINLESS) 35 PER HR

MOTOR CYCLE HELMET: 275

MOTORCYCLE TANK: 500

PROCESS: Most of the bicycles we paint are steel, titanium, Aluminum and Carbon Fiber.  After an initial inspection we mechanically blast each frame creating a tooth for the paint to adhere to. For metals, this is done with a process known as sandblasting, which employs a special media to give the material enough tooth to bond with the paint while remaining gentle enough to avoid damaging the work surface. After this we clean the frame with a special solvent to remove grease and oils left behind from handling. Next, two coats of premium two part primer are applied to the frame. The frame is then inspected a second time, and small imperfections are sanded.  We then clean the primed surface in preparation for the base coat.  The base coat, the first (and sometimes only) color is applied in two to three very light coats.  After this time the surface is inspected again.  we run a tack cloth over the work piece to insure no dust is present.  one of the last steps is to clear coat the bike.  This is done with two coats.  After this the bike is left to dry for 24 -72 hrs to let the paint cure.

CONTACT:  Please contact us at horsecyclespaint@gmail.com for more information and or to receive a quote.