Brooker’s Powder Coating for Bicycles

Portland, Ore. – Pinky Gets a Powder Coat is a short
documentary/infomercial about how my sister got her tired looking bike repainted.  Actually, the frame and fork were powder coated — a different process than painting — which involves baking a very durable plastic-like coating onto steel, aluminum, and other metals.  

Powder coating has become very popular option for giving new life to motorcycles, bicycles, car parts and other metal items like lawn furniture.

Brooker Enterprises specializes in powder coating.  Find out more at BrookerEnterprises.com or drop by 3714 SE Powell in Portland (503-236-2565 ).  This video was produced by CrankMyChain.tv in association with BikePortland.org for Brooker Enterprises.  Video and music by Dan Kaufman.

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Comments
  • Gerhard February 22, 2009 at 10:15 am

    Hey there,

    a nice video, we really should recycle/reuse more of our beloved bikes. How much does it cost to sandblast and powder coat a frame and a fork? How much time does it take to rework the frame?
    Regards, Gerhard

  • PDXK.TV February 23, 2009 at 12:38 am

    Thanks! It doesn’t take long and it’s relatively inexpensive at $100 for what is shown in the video. Be sure to give Clark or Brad a call for more info.

  • Anonymous April 21, 2010 at 1:27 pm

    Thank you,
    I am impressed with these guys watching your video in the process they used. Hope your happy with it and like the color.

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