Red Hot Bike Wheels Anyone?

Hot wheels for those wanting to express speed even when idling. Can even discourage bikers next to you to race your bike when the light turns green. Will work well with powerhouse muscle type bikes but will also look hot on slower hot rod designed sleds. These wheels are painted, available in all popular stock and custom sizes up to 11″ wide. Of course, also available in raw, polished (do your own color paint or powder coating) and chrome. At Bike Builders Bible.

5 Responses to “Red Hot Bike Wheels Anyone?”

  1. 1 Knucklehead May 21st, 2010 at 7:44 am

    Cyril, Why do not folks anodize? It is awesome stuff. These really look good . I think anodized stuff is the best.

  2. 2 Angry Inch May 21st, 2010 at 10:34 am

    I ride a pretty much stock FLHX in black. I’m not into much of the add-on/bolt-on stuff, and have accessorized my ride only to blacken some of the bright metals. I never had even a thought of getting custom wheels, but I think red wheels like this would absolutely ‘pop’ wrapped in rubber underneath my ride.

    I think I know what to tell my wife to get me for my birthday/anniversary/christmas gift this year. These are hot!

  3. 3 Bubba May 21st, 2010 at 11:43 pm


  4. 4 jatinder pal May 24th, 2010 at 1:48 am

    Sweet… them.

  5. 5 luv2hnt May 25th, 2010 at 10:37 pm

    Photos are tuff, would like to see ’em up close and personal. But your last sentence brings forth the following question: I have been told by more then one powder coating company, they will not powder coat alloy wheels because of liability. Now I’m not sure how an aluminum alloy is affected, if any at all, by 400 degree temps for twenty or so minutes. That is well below the critical temperature of 6061 T-6. I am assuming that is what is used for most wheels. 5053 or even 4043 should not be affected by those temps for that period of time. So, to powder coat or not to powder coat that is the question.


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