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For well over 15 years we have specialised in providing motorcycle powder coated finishes. Our customers include motorcycle clubs, motorcycle enthusiasts and motorcycle professionals from all over the country.

Our service includes the removal of existing paint finishes, masking up and the application of single or multi coat powder coated paint finishes such as anti rust primers and clear coat protective lacquers.

We offer a fixed price quotation for all the work which we carry out.

We powder coat to very high standards and many of our projects have gone on to win show awards. These have included Norton, Triumph, Velocette and BSA motor cycles as well as many other English, Japanese, German and Italian classic bikes.

We also powder coat motorcycle frames and motorcycle parts for all current road bikes, off roaders, trikes and custom built motor cycles.

Powder Coating & other services we offer

Whilst motor cycle powder coating is our core business, we also powder coat a wide range of parts for bicycles, go karts and classic cars.

We also offer a complete blast cleaning and shot blasting service for motorcycle frames and motorcycle parts to remove existing paint finishes and to key the metalwork in readiness for a painted or powder coated finish.

We can also carry out a range of steel and aluminium welding repairs for motorcycle frames and motorcycle parts including frame plating, bracket repairs and frame strengthening.

Why Powdercoat?

Powder coating offers an economical way of restoring or customising the original motorcycle manfucturers paintwork.

Because it is a stoved on finish, powder coating is very durable when compared to most original wet sprayed paint finishes.

There is a wide range of colours and finishes to choose from and all motorcycle frames and motorcycle parts made from steel, aluminium and alloy can be powder coated.

Please call Sales on 0117 9541 002 and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding motorcycle powdercoating.