Colour your bicycle with Spray.Bike! Use the range of colours to personalise, change or refresh your ride, creating something unique to you. These easy-to-use sprays contain a rich pigment compound, giving an impressive professional finish each time. Suitable for steel, aluminium, titanium and carbon surfaces. Ready-to-use without any major pre-preparation!

Historic Collection
A range of colours originally used by famous frame-building pioneers.

Vintage Collection
An ode to cycling companies that we've lost along the way.

Pop Collection
A nod to Britain's most famous bike company in its 80's heyday.

Fluorescent Collection
Blisteringly bright fluorescents for both intense colour and reflective safety use.


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  • Specifically developed for painting bikes
  • Highly pigmented acrylic paint compound
  • Dry-fall powder coating
  • Non-drip, non-dribble formula
  • No primer required
  • Suitable for steel, aluminium, titanium and carbon surfaces
  • Permanent and resilient: UV-resistant and weather-resistant 
  • Solid colours with deep matte finish and semi-transparent glazes
  • Optional transparent finish: satin, gloss and lacquer
  • Colours and finishes perform together in all combinations
  • Easily-achieved fading, stenciling and blending effects
  • Requires no pre- and/or post-application equipment or treatment
  • CFC-free and toluene-free - there are no environmentally harmful or dangerous gases inside
  • Can is made of nickel - easily recyclable
  • Spray.Bike paint lasts in its can for up to 10 years
  • 200ml and 400ml options 
  • Ensure surface is clean and dry
  • Wear protective gloves, protective clothing, eye/face protection
  • Always paint in an open space in the open air
  • Shake can for at least 3 minutes before use
  • Test spray for 2-3 seconds prior to application
  • Spray surface from a distance of 5-12cm
  • When spraying, keep hand moving at all times
  • Avoid chains, cranks, cogs, derailleurs, gearing, bearings, and safety brakes
  • Frames and forks are the obvious choice to paint, but stems, handlebars and seatposts are ideal too
  • Paint parts individually and then re-assemble when completely dry
  • Allow to dry before adding 2nd coat (touch dry: 10 minutes, complete cure: 2 hours)
  • Let the paint completely dry over a 12 hour period before re-building the bike
  • At end, turn can upside down and spray for 2 seconds before storing
  • Protect can from sunlight and temperatures exceeding 50°C/122°F