A Slick Custom Paint Job For The Haul-a-Day

Every so often we get a particularly wild color combination coming through the line. Surprisingly, its rarely a Haul-a-Day that gets decked out. Maybe Haul-a-Day owners are a bit more cautious? Or maybe they just don’t know that they can get their accessories painted separately?

Either way, here’s a great example that just rolled off the line!

 

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Some of the guys on the shop floor took to calling it the “Good & Plenty” bike. And while not entirely accurate to the paint scheme, it’s still kind of great.

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All the diamond plate metal on the bike, usually a shiny silver, can be painted whatever color you like. With so many black components already on this bike, the Ink Black was a classy choice.

 

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Speaking of Ink Black, normally all of the accessory tubing is painted black too. But this customer had a vision, and pink tubing was key.

 

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And we couldn’t help it, since we were taking glamor shots we had to snap a few of the bike by this rad graffiti. The matching colors were just too good.

 

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What do you think about these colors? Do they make you want to go out and buy a box of Good & Plenty’s? What would your color combo be? Leave a comment below!

 

 

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3 thoughts on “A Slick Custom Paint Job For The Haul-a-Day

  1. Lin B

    I would do a red frame with black trim. Add some black 3m glow tape on the red frame and it would look a lot like my current BF….named “Ladybug”. =)

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  2. Nina Sabghir

    I have added black reflective dots ( actually hexagonal) from Ridesafe. I use them on 2 of my bikes with black rims. One is my BF New World Tourist Light. The other is a road bike with 26 inch wheels. (I’m really short) The effect is really slick. I use other colors on the frames and on my helmet. There are other shapes as well.

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