Is spray paint bad?

No, it’s not bad to spray paint. It’s actually a relatively new technology that has been around since the 1900s and is used primarily on high-end and luxury bikes. It’s not bad to spray paint to be sure, it’s just not something you should be doing on the road.

For anyone with a fear of painting they probably should have a look into the pros and cons of spray painting when it comes to the road. In short:

You can spray paint to show off, but if you spray paint at the right time and at the right place, it will still look great. But if the spray paint starts to fade or come apart, you can easily paint over it with a good quality paint.

If you spray paint too slowly, it will make your paint less reflective, will cause it to come apart at the seams and in a few instances, it’s been known that these very paint problems caused the fatal “Blackout” crash of cyclist Mike Zwolinski.

In this post I’d like to share with you my experience on a test ride after spraying paint on my bike.

For those of you who don’t know what can spray paint do, firstly let me explain how I’ve seen the benefits of spray painting. Firstly, I love my bike and I wanted to show my love for bike photography so I sprayed the paint to show my love for them. Then, for those who don’t know, a spray paint is a liquid that contains a paint pigment. In short it helps to reflect and reflect light better, it really does look like a regular mirror, it takes good reflection and reflection and a good coat of paint can make any reflective surface appear almost flat. In a nutshell, it’s a good paint that will reflect light better than ever before.

Here’s a picture so you can understand better why spray painting is great.

After I painted the bike I went for a ride in the open and the first thing I realized is not only did my bike look fantastic, it also looked great. So awesome I even spray painted my wife, who’s now got the same bike, it also looked beautiful as well.

On the first ride, I made it a point to spray paint the bike again and again, just to make sure my paint paint did a good job of reflecting back what I was doing.

So far, so good. What I didn’t expect, however, was to be amazed by the effect painted