It is not easy to remove the flat spots from a motorcycle rim.
I have seen it done with a block of wood and a hammer on a jig with spokes removed above the dent, but the old bastard that did it was about 120 years old and had quite a touch. It's too easy to come in with a broken arm and wind up needing a heart transplant if you're not careful.
Here we have Woody's Wheel Works. At the least you could ask him advice. He's a helpful fellow and an inmate here. Of course you could always send him the wheel, but it'd be quite a journey. He has a thread here in the 'garage' forum I think.
here, I also found JTR wheel building service in Brisbane. Have a jaffle and a VB while you're there.
If you have any questions or queries about JTR's wheel building services you can contact
JTR on 07 3245 7499
or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
51 Neumann Rd Capalaba Brisbane QLD Australia 4157
ABN: 78 010 441 782
In fact JTR is one of the only Talon
distributors worldwide who carry out all Talon
wheel assembly in house, rather than purchasing complete wheels from Talon
. At JTR our team of Talon
trained wheel builders can assemble your new Talon
wheel set, we also offer a full wheel building service, where we can fit new rims to your old "original oem" wheels or repair and re-true any kind of motorcycle wheels you may wish us to fix, wheels are our specialty.