These parts were sent to us by a customer in NY. He stripped the tank and asked us to do our paint work over the bare steel, then clear coat the entire thing to protect it. We also applied our custom painted graphics to the carbon fiber tail, and then clear coated all of the carbon parts as well.
This custom paint job was done to mimic the colors on the red 2002 Kawasaki ZRX1200R for a customer in Nebraska. Don't paint many red ZRX's, but I don't know why not, because this looks spectacular!
A pure white base with black and green stripes. This job uses no stickers, everything you see here is paint, under urethane clear.
All paint, no decals or stickers on this beautiful ZRX1200 bodywork. We've done so many variations of color stripes on these green ZRX's, but this one looks particularly sharp!
This was a GPZ inspired paint job that was designed by the customer. We mimicked the GPZ colors as closely as possible, and changed the layout of the stripes on the tank to resemble the GPZ's
Not your everyday ZRX paint job, but why not? It's beautiful looking!
Nice departure from the traditional ZRX "double stripe" paint scheme. Everything here is paint, no decals or stickers!
Another James Compton built ZRX, with a custom paint job by BD's Cycles. Simply stunning, so much fun to look at! Carbon componentry, expensive paint! Shouldn't be hard to spot this one if you see it in it's home state of Texas!
This ZRX was built by James Compton for one of his customers, paint work by BD's Cycles. The carbon fiber tail utilized a combination of gloss/satin clears
A nice, classy take on a ZRX custom paint job. CLean, simple and crisp! If you're in south Florida along the I-95 corridor, keep your eyes peeled for this one!
A break from the norm by doing this ZRX in pure white base with metallic green and purple stripes. It was a huge hit at the 2019 Barber Vintage fest, and it now resides in Wisconsin
A throwback paint job, using a custom British racing green and gold pinstripes
Nothing wrong with a white ZRX with red and black stripes! Classy and clean looking!
A big bore, USD forks, turbo ZRX1200r, finished off with a beautifully executed custom paint scheme by BD's Cycles! The NC mountains are home to this beautiful creation
A nice example of a clean custom paint job that looks appropriate on a ZRX. For a customer in Charlotte, NC
The "ELR" lime green and black pinstripes are a great compliment to the green background on this paint job!
A black ZRX with light blue and medium blue stripes, all under a satin clear coat? Yes, please! This set is riding around the Texas hill country somewhere...
A paint scheme more like what you'd find on a European ZRX, but here in the states! This gorgeous color combo was a nice departure from the norm, really like the layout on that tail section!
Double black OEM replica stripes over BD's Cycles custom green, gives that factory look with a custom touch! All paint, no decals or stickers!
This ZRX was set up for knocking down miles! The addition of a trunk and Corbin "Beetle Bags", all painted in HOK "orion silver" with a custom white and black stripe, separated by a red pin stripe, looks fantastic!
How pretty is this? A thin lime green (think ELR) pinstripe separates the two painted stripe colors. This gorgeous set of parts makes heads turn everywhere it goes!
Although it looks yellow, these were actually a lime green like what you'd see on an old ELR Kawasaki.
"Top notch. I'm no stranger to high-end restorations from custom automotive up through Concours D'elegance. I came to BD's as an unknown person and experienced nothing but the best communication, timeline explained and met, plus top workmanship. Bryan takes his craft as if he is refinishing his own project. No question BD's is the go-to guy on my next project!" Joe J. from CA
Not your everyday paint job for a ZRX, but quite a creation! This one lives in Maine, so it hibernates 6 months out of the year
This owner asked me to carry the custom stripe paint color through the side covers on his ZRX build. If you're in the Charleston (SC) area, keep your head on a swivel and maybe you'll see this bike zooming past!