Cruisers / Baggers
Originally these bikes were delivered in sort of a blue-grey color that wasn't very inspiring. This one was painted to match a late model European only market paint color for a customer in TN
This bike was plain black when it came to us. We designed this custom paint job and ghosted in marblizer, shadows, and all sorts of cool effects
This customer from Savannah GA gave us free reign to come up with something creative. We used blue pearl over white, plus royal blue, teal and silver graphics. This one is a head turner for sure!
After paying a FB marketplace painter $800 and practically getting her bike ruined in the process, this customer brought her Streetglide to us to be fixed. We hear this story often, unfortunately. Don't make the same mistake, bring your bike to us to begin with!
This classic paint set for the Harley Streetglide was done for a customer in Colorado. This was a complete paint set (bags, lids, side-covers, fenders, tank, and outer fairing)
This traditional paint scheme was applied to a VTX1300 which came down from Ohio for paint work
This gorgeous color combo was part of an entire paint job on a Yamaha Stratoliner bagger. This was for a retired Army E8, and the bike lives in Florida
We transformed this Roadking police bike with a fresh, classy custom paint job for a customer in NC
Beautiful custom green and black Vaquero, for a local customer
This classy and traditional paint job was a fun one! The dark color is actually a purple/black marbleized color
This ghost checkerboard effect was sprayed over white for a very subtle look!
This customer transformed this Honda to look like an Indian. He did a great job, the BD's Cycles paint job sure helped!
What was once a boring, all black CC is now a thing of beauty! White on top, Orion silver down below, with a red graphic separating the two
This Road Glide was originally plain black. Painted up in a custom blue pearl/silver/black livery made it look better than new! This bike resides in the Daytona area
In addition to the paint, there's a lot of motor on this old HD!