Any good paint shop should be able to prep and paint your bike, its no different than a car. I would suggest finding one that will paint it and then taking the panels off yourself and taking those to them.
I thought I would give some advice. Remove the parts you want painted from your bike. You will save money. Find a good reputable shop. Find a shop that stand behind there work. Remember you get what you pay for. Cheaper is not always better. If you have parts that have decals that are cleared over such as a gas tank it will nead to stripped. If you are getting a color such as red or black with no metallic ,ask if they are going to apply clear coat over them or just use singal stage paint. Ask if they are going to use an flexing agent with thier clear coat when applied to plastic parts. I could go on and on about paint. but I won't. I will say if you find a good painter or shop that stands behind thier work you will be happy. They key to a good paint job is good prep work, quality paint and some one who takes pride in what they do for a living. I hope I have givin you some sort of help. Good luck.
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