Since a motorcycle is so much smaller than a car or truck, you might think it to be easier to wrap, but it’s not. The angles, curves, and trim on a bike can be time consuming. Also, what may look like a good design on a two-dimensional screen or drawing board often loses its effectiveness on a 3D application. Then there’s the job of cutting, heating, and working the material to conform to multiple curves. Removing trim to work the vinyl behind it is tedious, but it’s the right way to do it. It’s like painting around a light switch when painting a home interior – whereas you would take the light switch off and paint behind it. Having shared the challenges of wrapping a motorcycle, we would be remiss not to tell you – we LIKE doing it. It’s challenging, but fun. If you’d like to help us have some fun, bring us your bike(s); you might as well get it done this winter.