CamTech Customs Wins Freestyle & Mod Harley @ Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Greenville, SC – Robbie Closson of CamTech Customs became the first competitor to win both Freestyle and Modified Harley classes at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show. Each show is a qualifying event at the AMD World Championship held each year during the Sturgis rally.
The Winning Freestyle Class Bike
Closson’s Freestyle winning Bagger is based on a 2010 H-D Road Glide and features a 26” Renegade front wheel, cut and raked frame and custom one-piece fairing. The body comes off like a Funny Car with the removal of 6 bolts and a quick disconnect fuel line. Closson integrated the body using sheet metal and fiberglass and attached it into the tanks and modified Bad Dad Saddle Bags.
The fairing started out as a stock Road Glide. The front nose was cut off and a Suzuki Hayabusa nose and headlight was laminated on. The fairing and wind screen are integrated into one piece.
The bike features a 124” mil with S&S valve train, fly wheel and Pro Charger. The blown engine runs 18lbs of boost and utilizes a modified D&D Performance Enterprises’ Fat Cat exhaust pipe to provide a linear horsepower curve and outstanding tone. The custom metal air dam holds the intercooler. Hawg Halters provides the controls and Dakota Digital the instrument cluster.
Runner-up in Freestyle went to Copper Mike Cole of Gravesend Cycles with a heavily customized 1952 Harley. Redneck Engineering took third place.
Mod Harley Winner
Robbie Closson of CamTech Customs is the Modified Harley winner with ‘Rehab’, a 2002 Dyna Sport featuring Performance Machine wheels and brakes. The Harley-Davidson sponsored Modified Harley class runner-up was David Moore showing his custom V-ROD with side hack with Greenville-based shop Metal Art Customs third.
In the Performance Custom Class, the win went to Lyle Collotzi of Bellissimoto with a 2007 Ducati 1098; second was Randy Saunter with a 2009 Star Vmax, with Redneck Engineering third.
Performance Custom Winner
The ‘Ultimate Builder’ series now concludes with the American Championship at Daytona Bike Week, March 10-12. Class winners will get an automatic invite and free entry to the 2011 World Championship as well as cash prizes.
For full details of classes, prizes and entry contact Bob Kay or Jeff Najar at Biker Pros at 919 383 0500.