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2010 San Mateo – Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show – Ray Wheeler shows his Bonneville racer and Ultimate Street Bike at the Ultiamte Builder Custom Bike Show. It goes fast… Real fast.

The Progressive® International Motorcycle Shows® Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show (UBCBS) is an affiliate competition to the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building. Professional and amateur custom builders of choppers, cruisers and sportbikes enter their bikes into the competition and judge each other’s work.

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It sits low and looks super clean. Red Betty’s carbon fiber fairing was created in-house with paint supplied by Creative Colours. Suspension is an AIR FX Air Ride and the swing arm is a Trac Dynamic 240mm Kit

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Shwan Page rolled Brooklyn’s Finest into the 2011 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show located in Washington, DC. JR Customs painted the 2007 Suzuki Hayabusa and the shiny metal work was completed by 2 Wheel Customs. This was one of the crowd favorites… Jay Z is popular.

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Lloyd Hardy @ 2011 Ultimate Builder in Washington DC – His 2004 Suzuki Hayabusa 1441cc engine ride is called Size Matters and features an extended swing arm and a 360mm rear wheel and wide tire kit. Paint was supplied by Hathaway and chrome by K-OS.

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Performance Class at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show – The Minneapolis win went to Holden On Racing with a 2009 Hayabusa; second and third were taken by JDA Customs with a 2007 Suzuki GSX-R and Yamaha RG.

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Lyle Collotzi talks about his Ducati and modifications to the bike.

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This past weekend saw the latest in the World Championship of Custom Bike Building program ‘Ultimate Builder’ affiliate events staged at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show at Washington DC. 

The Freestyle win was taken by Washington local Alex Lucas with ‘Snake’, an Ultima engined pro street style daily rider by WEM. Second went to Frank Rutigliano of Two Wheel Mafia with a custom XS 650 bobber, with Roy Chamberlin of C&C Cycle third. Fourth was taken by Jason Nieman of SS Trike, with fifth going to Norman Washington with a customized American Ironhorse chopper.

The win in the Harley-Davidson sponsored Modified Harley class was taken by Jason Bochniak’s ‘Phoenix’, a 2006 Softail Deluxe, fitted with a Pro Charger supercharger, D&D ‘Boarzilla’ exhaust and Ride Wright ‘Fat Daddy’ 50-spoke wheels.

Second went to Margaret Nicastri of C&C Cycle, with Bobby Reed of Eastside Chop Shop third with a 2007 Street Glide. Fourth went to Jeff Geisbert of Old Glory Speed Shop with a 2011 Street Glide.

In the Performance Custom class, the win was taken by William Ray with a 2006 Hayabusa; second went to Krystos Efanti of MSP Motorsports with a 2008 Yamaha R1; third was Mike Joines with a 2006 Hayabusa; fourth was Shwan Page with a 2007 Hayabusa, and fifth was Lloyd Hardy with a 2004 Hayabusa.

The ‘Ultimate Builder’ series now moves on to New York this coming weekend (January 21-23), followed by Cleveland (Jan 28-30), Minneapolis (February 4-6), Chicago (February 11-13) and then Greenville Sc. (February 25-27) before the finals at Daytona Bike Week, March 9-12.

For full details of classes, prizes and entry contact Bob Kay or Jeff Najar at Biker Pros, Tel: 919 383 0500



The winning Freestyle bike, ‘Snake’, was built by WEM and featured a one-off frame, single-sided swingarm, specially designed Baker Drivetrain transmission and trans brake.
Competing builders at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Washington DC.

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