United States Championship Builders
The Ultimate Builder United States Championship of Custom Bike Building is held at the Daytona Progressive International Motorcycle Show during Daytona Bike Week, March 9-12, 2011. This elite competition crowns the definitive national champions in Free Style, Modified Harley and Performance Custom.
The winners of the series get an automatic bid to the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building in Sturgis, SD later this year.
Robin Bradley of the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building Talks to the Crowd in Daytona
Free Style Class
Kenny Williams wins the Free Style class of the United States Championship with Tantalizer, his 2011 KW Customs Bagger. Tantalizer sports a Mike Garrison 127ci mil, front and rear air ride suspension, Performance Machine 23” front wheel, and chrome by Chrome Masters. The flawless paint was provided by KW Customs.
Kenny Williams Wins the Cash @ Ultimate Builder
McPhiz out of LA Speed Shop wins in Long Beach and at the United States Championships. Chris Richardson’s bike is a 1953 H-D Panhead FL with paint by Headcase and chrome by New California Bumpers.
Chris Richardson wins Modified Harley, cash and a Harley-Davidson 120″ Race Motor
Jack McCoy built the rowdy alter ego of the stock Suzuki B-King. Sitting in the state-of-the-art chassis and suspension platform is a dual turbo engine that pumps out 515HP. The KING of the B-King showcases an imposing engine that is really out there… for all the world to see.
Jack & Autumn McCoy Win Performance Custom
Steve Galvin of Wikked Steel wins MOB RULES with 2010 Wikked Steel Area 51. Paint by Jason Trimbach, Chrome provided by Space Coast. The engine is a 120ci Ultima engine with extensive Wikked modifications.
Gary Maurer: 1st Year Recipient, Ambassador Award Winner
This award is for the individual that has provided support to the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show during the series. Gary promoted the show and assisted builders in getting their bikes to Indianapolis Dealer Expo as well as getting Bob Kay into the Slippery Noodle Inn, Indiana’s oldest continuously operating bar, having opened in 1850.
The United States Championship is an affiliate competition to the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building.