I'm looking about $330 from Toxik including the fork. I'd also need to snag some decals to finish it all off.
If it's flat black, is it an ano finish? There may be some issue with painting over that.
That's why I'm looking for a shop with experience in the stripping and prep when it comes to a bike. I may have overcooked my old VPS back in the day. Either that, or the tree that disintegrated it was harder than I thought.
just gotta find the right shop….
That's the biggest problem.
I can find 20 shops that will do it. But which of them will do it right, especially with a frame that I'd have a hard time replacing. They don't Knolly in Vancouver anymore :(
i think they worked with http://www.spectrumpowderworks.com/ when i remember correctly
Thanks for the link!
I strongly reccommend them, they are the only shop I know multiple clients of, all of whom are extremely happy with the work done and their bikes are all beautifully done. Whatever paint they use, lasts for ever aswell.
It's looking really good for Toxik right now.
I like everything I see about their work.
DNZ does the prepping and reassembly, but Baker powdercoating did the colour. They are the same guys who coat the OEM Transition frames.
The oem coat on Transitions is solid. I put a lot of miles on my Bottlerocket, and it's still mint looking.
I just saw this link on the www.darkcycles.com website.
email@example.com ? Wicked custom powder coating
You can get decals for underneath the clear coating from Knolly (by ordering them through Different bikes or Lynn Valley Bikes)
That's good info man, thanks!
I'll definitely post up the results. I love this bike and look for excuses to snap a pic.