Bikewrap (like cars?)

gbr236 Posts: 393
edited March 2010 in Workshop
Has anyone tried or thought of trying a wrap on their bikes?
Colour and graphics choices?


  • I had a tuna wrap at lunchtime.
  • pete.whelan
    pete.whelan Posts: 788
    It's relatively easy on cars. With a bike you would have to srtip it down to the bare frame and forks otherwise you would not be able to cover all the frame very easily.

    Planning a pattern would be a little difficult due to the tube sizes.
    Recipe: shave legs sparingly, rub in embrocation and drizzle with freshly squeezed baby oil.
  • Monty Dog
    Monty Dog Posts: 20,614
    Unless you're a whizz with graphic design and prepared to produce templates for your frame, it could be quite tricky - applying self-adhesive film to the compound curves of a frame is pretty difficult, particularly with few reference/alignment points.
    Make mine an Italian, with Campagnolo on the side..