A front view of cheerful senior couple travellers with motorbike in town.
For those that ride, this time of year is a welcome relief from the winter weather that has kept us on four wheels more often than two. In Myrtle Beach, we’ve had an exceptionally rough winter, so we are excited to see the warm days of May arrive – And with May comes our annual Myrtle Beach Bike Week. Tons of beautiful bikes started rolling in to the area last weekend and more will be arriving towards the end of this week.
Seeing all those bikes shined up and looking their best always makes me take a close look at how my own bike is holding up, like how much paint damage has been incurred from the past riding season? I’m excited to know that our local COP paint repair technicians are going be at this year’s bike rally at the Lakewood Camping Resort. Our technicians will be giving refinish estimates and setting up repair appointments. If you’re seeing scuffs, scratches, dings or dents in your fenders, gas tank or any other painted surface of your bike, stop by and let our guys take a look.
Jeff Cox, President & CEO of Colors on Parade, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Our mobile technicians are certified, insured and fully licensed to provide onsite service for your motorcycle. And our ecosmart repair systems allow us to match any color to make your damaged areas look new again.
This year, we will be at Lakewood Campground on Friday, May 16 at 10 AM, right after the pancake breakfast. We will have one of our mobile paint repair units on-site to provide estimates and to do repairs on the spot. Lakewood Campground is the perfect family-friendly place for motorcycle enthusiasts to congregate. As a family-oriented company, Colors on Parade is happy to be a part of this event. And I’m happy to out riding every chance I get.