A few snapshots from over the years. My goal is that every customer be happy with the end result.
Whether you have an idea, or need suggestions, we'll work together to come up with something you too will be happy with.

2018 Event Schedule


July 14 : Suburban Harley-Davidson (Thiensville, WI)

July 21 : Andrae's Harley-Davidson (Urbana, IL)

August 3-12 : Sturgis Bikeweek (Sturgis, SD)

September 22-25 : Bikes, Blues & BBQ (Rogers, AR)


If you have or know of an event, please email with details.










Brian Kite is a third generation hand painted pinstriper now in the northern Milwaukee area.

Father to a spirited young boy, and sweat little girl, Brian now spends his time applying his custom designs to cars, trucks, and motorcycles not only in the Milwaukee area, but across the country at some of the biggest motorcycle rallies in the world.

The years spent in the motorcycle world, along with a bachelors degree in graphics design, has Brian working for Calibre, Inc. Paint supplier to the world's leading motorcycle manufacturer. Here, he polishes his craft alongside some of the most well known in the industry.

  • Brian


    Third generation hand painted pinstriper.


We work with great people. Over the years we've formed close relationships with our customers, and here's what a few have to say.

  • "Brian put some awesome flames on my Tequila Sunrise Street Glide. Everyone loves the flow. Sending everyone your way."

    - Ed Harris, Indiana-

  • "Thanks for the fine job you did again for me at Valpofest. Second bike of mine you have done work for and no matter how big or small you always knock it out of the park!"

    - Shannon Pohl, Indiana-

  • "Brian did an awesome job on our bike!!! Thanks so much."

    - Tina Timmons, Michigan-

  • "Thank you again for the wonderful job on my 2013 Street Glide during Sturgis 2013. I have received many compliments and proudly show it off with the bike or photo whenver i can."

    - David Britton, Ohio-

It's Supposed to be hard. If it wasnt hard, everyone would do it. The hard... Is what makes it great.