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No idea who she is but she is sitting on a wrapped g310r in Germany, maybe there was a motorcycle show there recently. The wrap doesn't actually look too bad, gives the body panels a bit more character than the factory colors.



This one stays closer to the original paint but with decals all over it.

 

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Those are pretty cool. I think I like the first one a lot more but I'm only being biased because I have a jacket that has a similar design on the inside and I love it lol
 

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Just realized the second bike decals are from the g310r comic behind her. Not a big fan and the first wrap looks better, should have wrapped the small rear fender too instead of leaving it black.
 

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Just realized the second bike decals are from the g310r comic behind her. Not a big fan and the first wrap looks better, should have wrapped the small rear fender too instead of leaving it black.
Son of a gun, I didn't even realize that. Thank you for pointing that out. I think if they did a complete wrap that looked like a full out comic on it, it would have looked nice. But I don't like the patchy pieces everywhere.
 

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I'd probably go for something bright to catch the attention of drivers if I were to wrap the bike. Having drivers notice me is what's going to keep me safe.
Go big or go home!

 

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Lol that's a bit too bright for my taste, but nonetheless I can definitely agree that it'll help raise awareness to where you are in turn keeping you safer !
 

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The G 310 R is actually a great bike to wrap since there aren't that main plastic fairing pieces to do and if you fully wrap the bike, it won't overwhelm everything else.
 

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Definitely, there's still a lot of bike left to see which is great because it doesn't entirely take away from anything. Doing even a solid different colour like a matte chrome red, for example, would compliment the rest of the bike very well as trim pieces.
 

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Definitely, there's still a lot of bike left to see which is great because it doesn't entirely take away from anything. Doing even a solid different colour like a matte chrome red, for example, would compliment the rest of the bike very well as trim pieces.
Like the solid blue for the oe colour looks really good, with that black R. Simple, clean. For an oe colour, you really can't go wrong. But of course a lot of people will want to go with a different colour and wrap is the best way to go that route for sure. Can't possibly cost that much for it.
 
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