Richard Krall built a custom Harley-Davidson Night Train with high performance D&D exhaust. The hot rod scoot you see here contains a one off Suzuki 750 front end, slotted aluminum Fat Bob front wheel and a modified the gas tank using the hinged air box off a V-Rod.
One item Richard took off the shelf was the black 2 into 1 Fat Cat pipe. The pipe was designed in the dyno room to extract the most performance possible. The power is made off idle and when passing, meaning that power is made early instead at the very end of the RPM range. Depending on the Harley model, enthusiasts can choose from 1 to 3 sound profiles.
Every bike Chris Richardson builds reflects his out of the box thinking and amazing attention to detail. Chris is a quality guy who does quality work. We interviewed Chris about his custom framed ’47 knucklehead that he entered the Freestyle Class, which took 2nd place at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Long Beach, CA.
Celeb Tom Arnold stopped in at the International Motorcycle Show and couldn’t get enough of the slick sleds at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show competition. Tom wasn’t the only one digging on bikes… Dave Perewitz and Jesse Rooke were taking their time looking at all the iron on display too.
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. There are 11 individual rounds of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show nationwide and a final round in Daytona.
Eastside Harley-Davidson of Bellevue, Washington wins the Modified Harley Class with their 2011 Street Glide sporting the factory White Hot Denim paint.
The bike features 3 amps, 7 speakers and pumps out 1,100 watts of ear bleeding sound, S&S Cams, Performance Heads, Air Ride suspension and Performance Machine wheels & brakes. Sinister bags, rear fenders and windshield complete the build Continue reading “Results From Seattle’s Ultimate Builder”
In this tough economic time, builders and dealers need a way to leverage their time and effort to increase their brand awareness. The answer? For builders in the USA, it is the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
The International Motorcycle Show spends millions on promoting their bike show. For as little as $150 for the entrance fee, a builder can talk with every enthusiast that is evaluating his/her build.