Spray.Bike Keirin Paint (Flake Gold) (400ml)

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Spray.Bike Keirin Paint (Flake Gold) (400ml)
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Spray.Bike Keirin Paint is a groundbreaking range of bicycle specific color coating designed for amateur and professional use alike. Developed in Greece, Spray.Bike is an acrylic color coating unlike traditional metal or car paint and is suitable for steel, Aluminum and carbon parts. The Keirin collection is inspired by the bikes used in Japanese Keirin racing and features metallic flakes that give an amazing eye-catching sparkle.

Specially designed to be a dry matte powder coating, Spray.Bike doesn't drip, dribble or misbehave in any way and gives a deep thick layer with just a single coat.

Spray.Bike is easy to use, and perfect for repairing, restoring and refreshing a bike. Customizing your ride just got simple and affordable.

Features:

  • Suitable for steel, aluminum, and carbon parts
  • A dry matte powder coating that doesn't drip or dribble
  • A simple and affordable way to customize or rejuvenate your bike
  • Comes in an extensive range of colors to satisfy any design imaginable

Specifications:
Color: Flake Gold
Collection: Keirin
Size: 400ml

Have questions about how to use Spray.Bike paint? Check out this Spray.Bike FAQ article for more information.

This product was added to our catalog on October 29, 2021

Ryan Sullivan
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Saturday, Sep 9 2023 (10 months ago)
Spray.Bike Keirin Paint (Flake Gold) (400ml)
This stuff is terrible it’s quite subtle on the light colored frame I used it on. I am an experienced airbrusher and had good luck with a regular can of spray bike on a fox fork. The can just yield enough for a very light application I got a few drips which I smoothed but you would be better off doing it the automotive flake way. I only did the front triangle on a brand new aluminum mountain bike I paid well over 3k for. I ended up using a solvent and a wet dry block to get it off and repainted the bike . I’d return it for sure if I could . Cool idea piss poor results