Introducing one Joel Mekolites, custom painter extraordinaire. Joel is responsible for this fantastic American Flag paint job. While not an original idea I think you will agree that Joel has done incredible work on this bike. Click Read More… to see more of the bike and to learn a bit about Joel. You may even want to contact him to paint your own Road Star!
It’s been a while since the last Custom Paint but you can thank Mark Tummillo for staying on my case to publish the pictures of his fantastic bike, “Warbird“. This is certainly one of the more original paint themes I have seen for a while and you will have to admit that Mark’s bike is one sharp ride indeed.
Found this fantastic Road Star today with some pretty amazing artwork ALL over it. This piece of machinery is owned by Dan Maser, and there is no doubt you can appreciate the work that has gone into this paint job. As you can see, Dan LOVES his Road Star and you can see he has spared no expense when it has come to this machine.
We have a new Custom Paint Road Star for you today. Now normally custom paint jobs tend to be quite extravagant but Larry Waimon’s bike bucks that trend. Dubbed, “Rolling Tribute” Larry’s bike pays homageto the WWII Bomber Pilots that flew those oh so perilous skies during the great air battles of the time. As an added bonus we have also created a wallpaper for your computer for you to download! So why don’t you go and have a look at Larry Waimon’s “Rolling Tribute“.
A couple of weeks ago I gave you a sneak preview of Nick Lappage’s bike, Midnight Thunder, in the Trophy Room with the promise of it being featured soon in the Custom Paint section of RoadStarMagazine.com Well that time has come and I have put up a swag of pictures for you so you can check out the awesome paintwork on Nick’s bike.
Well our good buddy Robert Clayton, whose trophy winning Road Star “Darwin” we featured here a couple of weeks ago, has gone and taken a big spill. Robert is OK even though he is pretty banged up (a semi trailer will do that to you) so I thought I would show a close-up of the paint you are likely to never see again.
Today we have our first Custom Paint showcase featuring an immaculate Road Star owned by Al Soares. The debate will always rage about what color is fastest, but you have to admit, the red on this baby just makes it look like it would go at light speed. While the fenders might look like a stock paint job, they most certainly aren’t. The best part is Al has done most of the work himself, so is the man a genius or what? Get yourself over to this page to see more pictures of Al’s ride.