Biker Pros is Producing the Hollister AMD Qualifier Custom Bike Show

Hollister AMD Qualifier Custom Bike Show

Biker Pros, the nation’s largest producer of custom bike shows, today announced that they have agreed to produce the Hollister AMD Qualifier Custom Bike Show in Hollister, CA on Saturday, July 6, 2013 for Worldwide Dynamics.

Biker Pros is the North American Bureau for American Motorcycle Dealer (AMD) and produces affiliate shows across the United States. The winner of the FreeStyle class in Hollister receives an automatic bid to the AMD Invitational Custom Bike Show at the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration. The winner then has the opportunity to attend the AMD World Championship in Germany by winning the FreeStyle class and becoming the TEAM USA representative.

Hollister AMD Qualifier Custom Bike Show

The AMD affiliation draws world-class custom motorcycles from the Mid-West and West Coast. Styling influences from Arlen Ness to Cole Foster and everything in between will be on-display at the center of the rally running down the middle of San Benito Street.
The word Hollister has been synonymous with California motorcycle rallies for decades. It secured its place in pop culture from the 1954 film The Wild One with Marlon Brando, which is based on the 1947 rally. The 2013 Hollister Rally Revival reboot includes 30 bands, ACE Café, Manufacturers row, demo rides and so much more.

“The entire Biker Pros team is excited to be part of the revival at the Hollister rally and is looking forward to showcase the incredible talent in California,” said Bob Kay, Biker Pros Partner. “Many of the outstanding custom bikes that are coming to the show have required hundreds upon hundreds of hours to construct.”

The show presents six classes including FreeStyle, MOD Harley, Radical Bagger, Performance Customs, MOD Street and Retro MOD. A total of $7,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the class winners. Professional and amateur custom builders of choppers, cruisers, bobbers, baggers and race bikes are invited to enter their bikes into the competition and judge each other’s work. Go to bikerpros.com for more information.