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1. CERAMIC POLYMER COATING

Preceded by months of experimenting, testing and trying, Jaegher is proud to offer a ceramic polymer coating to finish your frame. It’s a great solution to keep the frame as pure as possible, finishing it with a thin single layer coating. Being very durable makes this coating a great choice for gravel, offroad cycling, bikepacking and other intensive use of the bike. If desired, the artwork can be finished with an extra glossy clear coat for a brilliant finish.

This ceramic polymer coating application has numerous benefits.

  • Durable and wear resistant
  • Excellent corrosion protection
  • Extremely thin and light
  • Environmentally friendly
  • A nice range of colours
  • Great colour consistancy

2. WET PAINT APPLICATION

We also keep offering a wet paint application. It's the perfect choice if you want more lively and vibrant colours, being environmentally friendly too.

To obtain the finest results, Two layers of primer and two layers of clear coat are always applied on a Jaegher.

The undeniably benefit of wet paint application is that the number of colours, combinations, effects and finishes are almost limitless.

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What we don't want to do is to hide this cutting-edge material? We love to show its naked beauty. We’ve been innovating custom paint techniques that allow us to combine stainless steel with vibrant colors in ways that are both eye-catching and aesthetically pleasing. We offer more than 100 different colors for your painted race cycles, along with different shades of black and white so you can customize your bike to match your style.

Our innovative lacquer techniques give your paintwork depth and vibrancy, so you get more out of every color. Astonishing gradients, paints with chameleon effects that reacts on the circomstances of the light, as well as wet paint or ceramic polymer coating which in incredible strong. We offer all this techniques combined with sandblasted or polished finishes. All this to make you race cycle like no other.

We offer more than 100 different colors, the most innovating lacquer techniques, special varnishes, along with polish and sandblasting techniques, so you can customize your bike to match your style.

THE AESTHETIC IMPACT OF COLOURS

Lizard range top
Candy range top

Our innovative lacquer techniques give your paintwork depth and vibrancy, so you get more out of every color. Astonishing gradients, paints with chameleon effects that reacts on the circomstances of the light, as well as wet paint or ceramic polymer coating which in incredible strong. We offer all this techniques combined with sandblasted or polished finishes. All this to make you race cycle like no other.

CERAMIC POLYMER COATING OR
WET PAINT APPLICATION

Preceded by months of experimenting, testing and trying, Jaegher is proud to offer a ceramic polymer coating to finish your frame. It’s a great solution to keep the frame as pure as possible, finishing it with a thin single layer coating. Being very durable makes this coating a great choice for gravel, offroad cycling, bikepacking and other intensive use of the bike. If desired, the artwork can be finished with an extra glossy clear coat for a brilliant finish.

This ceramic polymer coating application has numerous benefits: Durable and wear resistant / Excellent corrosion protection / Extremely thin and light / Environmentally friendly / A range of 25 colours / Great colour consistancy

We also keep offering a wet paint application. It's the perfect choice if you want more lively and vibrant colours. To obtain the finest results, Two layers of primer and two layers of clear coat are always applied on a Jaegher. The undeniably benefit of wet paint application is that the number of colours, combinations, effects and finishes are almost limitless.



This ceramic polymer coating application has numerous benefits:
Durable and wear resistant / Excellent corrosion protection / Extremely thin and light / Environmentally friendly / A range of 25 colours / Great colour consistancy


We also keep offering a wet paint application. It's the perfect choice if you want more lively and vibrant colours. To obtain the finest results, Two layers of primer and two layers of clear coat are always applied on a Jaegher. The undeniably benefit of wet paint application is that the number of colours, combinations, effects and finishes are almost limitless.

TOM BOONEN'S ASCENDER 1912 UNLIMITED — ROADA COMBINATION OF POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL WITH GREEN AND BLACK CERAMIC PAINT.
ART DESIGN: INVASION STRIPES
INTERCEPTOR 1912. A WET PAINT COMBINATION OF MOSS GREEN AND GOLD PRISMA GREEN.
ART DESIGN: FRONTAL SPLIT

Ther ar ediffrenet ways to piantr your race cycle

This design is inspired on the design of some fighters in WWII. Invasion stripes were alternating black and white bands painted on the tail, fuselages and wings of Allied aircraft during World War II to reduce the chance that they would be attacked by friendly forces during and after the Normandy Landings. This art work in ceramic polymer coating is gorgeous on your Ascender. It brings a touch of colour on the brushed stainless steel. Tom Boonen was the first who did choose for this design. He combined the stainless steel of his Ascender with green invasion stripes, his favorite colour.

TOM BOONEN'S ASCENDER 1912 UNLIMITED — ROADA COMBINATION OF POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL WITH GREEN AND BLACK CERAMIC PAINT.
ART DESIGN: INVASION STRIPES

The mother design of all Jaeghers. It was created on our very first Jaegher road bike as a timeless stylish road bike in a time road cycles were filled with tribalisch forms and colours. The patch on the tob tube, the Jaegher logo on both side of the down tube and some other fine detailsls. It evolved in time and some minor changes were made. With an enormous variety of colour combinations, this design withstands the test of time with brio.

Interceptor Green Shadow

This design has a very temporary look and radiates a lot of power in it's simplicity and boldness. It is based on the number jet fighters have on there tail. The first part is based on your initials and your year of birth. The big number is based on the week and year your race cycle is welded. The first and last number is the year and the numbers in the middle is the week. Of course you can choose also the initials of your partner, child or hero.

ASCENDER 1912 — ROAD A
ART WORK: BRUSHES STAINLESS + CERAMIC DARK GREY
DESIGN: CALL SIGN / INVASION STRIPES
Ascender 1912 U Teal

Less is more. So why ad more words.

A wonderful subtle combination of stainless steel and colour. The backside of your seat tube and underside of your down tube get a layer of colour. This design ad not only touch of colour, it makes you race cycle look slick and slender.

Ascender 1912 U Geel

The radome is the frontal shield that is used in airspace to protect the radar in the nose. It's a simple and wonderful way to ad a second colour and gives a slender look to the front of your racing machine. Also this design works perfect in ceramic polymer coating on the Ascender Pure.

INTERCEPTOR 1912. A WET PAINT COMBINATION OF MOSS GREEN AND GOLD PRISMA GREEN.
ART DESIGN: FRONTAL SPLIT
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THE COLOURS IN DETAIL

A range of twenty-five ultra strong durable colours. From white to black and everything in between.

Jaegher CPC

Our new prisma range comes in four colours. On first sight they look like normal colours. But when they hit the sun they become extremely deep, shiny and brilliant. It’s impossible to show the truth of those colours in a picture but here's a try. See also the monsters in our showroom.

Prisma transparant

We have five fantastic Lizard colours in our range. We say five, but depending the light it’s like we have a range of fifteen colours. Because this paint works like a cameleon. We say for example Lizard Blue, but there are moments it becomes purple, or green. That’s’ maybe why this paintjob is the most expensive one. It’s impossible to show the effect of those colours in a picture, because it adapts to the moment. If you visit our showroom, take one of our monsters and take a walk outside. But please bring it back.

Lizard transparant

We create this shadow effect by working with two colours with the same hue, one a little darker than the other. This brightens the frame and makes it appear even lighter.

Shadow range transparant

This paint option makes your Jaegher look fast even when you’re not riding it. The front of the bike is painted in a brighter colour that gradually becomes darker towards the back. Or vice versa.

Speed paint
Ascender 1912 U Teal

The candy colours are evergreens. Some of them refer to the good old days, while others are very modern as they are the result of innovative combinations. They only need the sun to expose their deepest content.

Nice to know: 4 transparent layers are applied to get the exact effect.

Candy range transparant

This is our exquisite colour collection. We have some classics and every season some colours come and go. Some are more brilliant, some are more daring. Make your personal combination.

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EXTRA'S

IN/OUTSIDE FORK

why choose a fork with one colour when you can have two.

In this option the inside of the fork has another colour than the outside. This paintjob creates the feeling that the fork is thinner and smoother. And of course it looks gorgeous.

SHINE/MATTE FINISH

Finally, you get to choose between a brilliant or a matte finish. If you can’t choose: go for both.

The brilliant finish makes the colours extra lively and is easy to clean. The matte finish makes the frame look really discreet or stylish.

Ascender logos seattube vierkant
Ascender green Callsign closevierkant

POLISHED AND SANDBLASTED

In this option the inside of the fork has another colour than the outside. This paintjob creates the feeling that the fork is thinner and smoother. And of course it looks gorgeous.

Jaegher seatclamp close vierkant
Ascender yellow logo blasted vierkant

IN/OUTSIDE FORK

Why choose a fork with one colour when you can have two.
In this option the inside of the fork has another colour than the outside. This paintjob creates the feeling that the fork is thinner and smoother. And of course it looks gorgeous.

Jaegher flymaster lizzard Blue 001 100 copy 1x1
Ill hunt you close duofork vierkant

COMBINE THE MOST
GORGEOUS COLOURS ON YOUR

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INNOVATING LACQUER TECHNIQUES
AND DESIGNS

+ Wet paint
+ Ceramic polymer coating

+ Polished
+ Sandblasted

+ Shiny varnish
+ Matte varnish

+ Prisma range
+ Lizard range
+ Shadow technique
+ Speed range
+ Candy colours

+ Frontal Radome split
+ Invasion stripes
+ Number design
+ Different fork designs