Let me restate my last posting.., and remember that it is only an opinion.
If you are thinking of PAYING someone to remove and paint your rims, I think you are wasting your money that could be used for much better HARDWARE improvements.
If you want to experiment and do it yourself, and the only cost is your time and cans of spray paint, then... go to town and enjoy yourself!!
I would recommend removal of tires and cleaning with rubbing alcohol.
then 2 coats of black primer, and then 3 coats of black semi-gloss 500 degree engine enamel (or glossy). I like semigloss myself. the total of 5 coats should be put on about 15-20 minutes apart during ONE work period for the paint layers to fuse well..... this is as per the directions on the paint can.
My reasoning against painting is that the V is such a new bike model, that it is a shame to corrupt the beauty of newness of the bike with customizing at such a young age.
If you had a an older bike, then experiment to your heart's content.