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.
Biker Pros, the nation’s largest producer of custom bike shows, has announced it will be producing The Muskegon Bike Time Extreme Custom Bike Show on Saturday, July 20, 2013 sponsored by Hot Rod Harley-Davidson and Budweiser.
The show will take place on the grounds of Hot Rod Harley-Davidson in downtown Muskegon, MI.
The winner of the MOD Harley class in Muskegon receives an automatic bid to the AMD Invitational Custom Bike Show at the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration in Milwaukee. The winner of the Milwaukee show wins a free trip to Germany to represent Team USA at the AMD World Championships. Click here to enter the show.
Bike Time Extreme Custom Bike Show Cash Awards
The custom bike show hosts 4 classes:
FreeStyle Wins – $1,500
MOD Harley Wins – $1,000
RADICAL Bagger Wins – $750
Retro MOD Wins – $750
Bike Time Custom Bike Show Details
Location: Muskegon, MI – MAP Date: Saturday, July 20th Load-in: Early Saturday Morning Muskegon Bike Time Event Website:muskegonbiketime.com
The annual Muskegon Bike Time Rally rolls into town and on July 20, 2013. The custom bike kicks off Saturday morning and wraps up before the evening concerts. The rally welcomes thousands of Harley-Davidson riders and Custom Bike Builders — Click here for the Muskegon Bike Time Rally details. Click here to enter the custom bike show.
The Hollister Rally is back own for 2013 and on July 5th Biker Pros is producing the Custom Bike Show. 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 in Milwaukee and becoming the TEAM USA representative. Enter your Custom Bike. Continue reading “Biker Pros Produces Hollister’s Custom Bike Show”
Well, actually our photographer, Jack Mcintyre, has a digital magazine with pics of Daytona and events. We gave it the eyeball during production and it seems to be heavy on chicks and light on information. But that is the way Mr. Mcintyre rolls. For him, it’s all about the image. He’s always going for that drop-top Swedish look.
Bike Week has been a tradition since January 24, 1937 – the inaugural running of the Daytona 200. The first race took place on a 3.2 mile beach and road course, located south of Daytona Beach. Ed Kretz of Monterey Park, CA was its first winner, riding an American made Indian motorcycle and averaging 73.34 mph. Kretz also won the inaugural City of Daytona Beach trophy.
For all of you novices heading to Daytona for the first time, or you rally veterans who might want to try something new here’s IronWorks 1st Daytona Bike Week events list. We can’t list them all here but this may help you decide where to go and what to see while you’re enjoying the fun in the sun. An if you do visit or attend something you saw here don’t forget to tell them you found out about it from IronWorks!
Free copy of IronWorks at Carl’s Speed Shop at 384 N.Beach St. Daytona Beach. Plus you can see Carl’s 43rd Anniversary Bad Dog project which be featured in the May/June issue.
March 8 – Special H.O.G. member event 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Mikey Luv’s Bar & Grill on Main Street.
March 9 – Indian Motorcycle Engine Reveal at Dirty Harry’s Pub, Daytona Beach starting at 9:00pm
March 12 – 7th Annual MDA Women’s Ride Registration on Beach Street, Daytona starting at 8 a.m.
March 12 – Victory Bike Night at the Broken Spoke Saloon 7pm-10pm.
March 12 – Twisted Tea Editor’s Choice Bike Show at the Broken Spoke Saloon Noon – 6 PM
March 13 – Harley-Davidson Ride-In Custom Bike Show on Beach Street, Daytona. Registration 9 a.m. – noon.
March 13 – Baker Drivetrain Smoke-Down Showdown Daytona Edition starting at 8pm, at the Ironhorse Saloon on N. US Highway 1 in Ormond Beach.
March 14 – Mobil 1 will have Paul Sr., a bike show and a motorcycle dyno shootout starting at 10:30am till 1:30pm.at the Advance Auto at 52 N Yonge St, Ormond Beach
March 14 – Willie’s Tropical Tattoo bike show on Younge St in Ormond Beach
March 15 – IMBBA Industry Party, Boot Hill Saloon U.S. Hwy 1, Ormond Beach, Florida.
March 15 AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame 25th Annual Breakfast at the Daytona 500 Club on the infield at Daytona International Speedway.
March 15 – Victory Owner Ride & Reception at the Blue Grotto Lunch 11:00am – 3pm
March 15 – Chop-in Block Ride in Bike Show at the Broken Spoke Saloon 12:00pm-4:30pm
March 14-16 – GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing classes National Guard SuperBike, Motorcycle-Superstore.com Supersport and the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series.
March 14-15 – AMA Pro Flat Track
March 16 – Daytona 200
Week long events
March 9 -16 – Harley-Davidson demo rides, motorcycle displays, Traxxas Experience, beverages and free parking at Daytona International Speedway, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
March 9 -16 – Harley-Davidson110th Anniversary display, motorcycles, MotorClothes, H-D1 customization, Women’s Area, Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) raffle, H-D Insurance, H-D Visa, Willie G. merchandise, beverages and more. At Riverfront Park on Beach Street, Daytona 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
March 9 -15 – Victory Motorcycles Demo Rides & Sales at Daytona International Speedway 9am-5pm daily.
March 8 -17 – K and G Cycles Thunder Alley at Daytona International Speedway K and G Girls
March 8 -17 – Hot Leathers on Main Street, Daytona International Speedway and the Cabbage Patch.
March 8 -17 – Mustang Motorcycle Products rig at the Daytona International Speedway.
March 8 -17 – S&S Cycles Semi at Riverside Park, corner of Beach and Main St. Daytona
March 7 – 16 ThunderMax Team at Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona in Ormond Beach
Additional information on Bike Week in Daytona Beach can be found by downloading the Official Bike Week iPhone App and also on the Official Daytona Bike Week Website at www.officialbikeweek.com . The 2013 Official Bike Week Pocket Guide will be availableat locations in Florida, Alabama, South Carolina and Georgia. This free publication was printed by the Daytona Beach News-Journal for Bike Week.
At Biker Pros we develop campaigns that increase sales and builds brand awareness. Most recently we delivered an increase in sales of 67% through an email, Facebook and blog campaign over the same timeframe as the previous year.
Working the “Number of People Saw Post” on Facebook
In our work on Facebook, it became apparent that the right combination of words, links and images drastically improved views. The following images were targeted for the Smoke Out Rally with the number of views listed below. The surprizing information is the interest in b&w historic & cool photographs.
5,675 people saw this post
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Facebook has algorithms in place that decide what content should be highlighted in a user’s news feed. To make the algorithm work for you, incorporate these 3 tips.
Facebook Number of People Saw Post Tip #1 – Avoid posting links as links. Instead, upload a large-sized photo and put the original link in the description of the picture.
Facebook Number of People Saw Post Tip #2 – It’s a good idea to put the link at the beginning of a photo’s description as Facebook will only display the first 3 lines of the description in the news feed.
Facebook Number of People Saw Post Tip #3 – Keep track of what images people respond to. Test, test, test.
The J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show is promoted and reported on by some of the largest Powersports properties in the United States. On any given weekend during the event season, enthusiasts are able to interact with their devise-of-choice to get updates on the latest Ultimate Builder event including Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Blogs, Email Newsletters and Websites.
As the series is closing out it’s third year, Builders and Dealers are building bikes to showcase. They are integrating their marketing and promotional plans into the series.
Listed below are a few of our partners that are providing updates on the 13 city series that is presented inside the Progressive International Motorcycle Show series.
Durham, NC – February 5, 2013 – Biker Pros, the producer of the J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show, announced today that Indianapolis Southside Harley-Davidson is participating in the Indy round of the series and will be providing four vintage race bikes for the showcase on February 15-17. The showcase is a non-competitive class, which highlights dealers, manufacturers or builders that have unique or historic motorcycles.
“Biker Pros is pleased to partner with Bob Schulteti, Owner of Indianapolis Southside Harley-Davidson, and we are looking as we have been looking to expand the appeal of our showcase motorcycle for the Ultimate Builder series,” said Bob Kay, Biker Pros’ Partner. “Since this family dealership started in 1947 we are looking forward to seeing some outstanding and noteworthy bikes such as his own vintage race bikes.”
The J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show series pulls world class builders from across the United States and Biker Pros has designed a business-building program to promote the participation of the builders. This includes bike features from our media partners, social media participation, $91,000 of total prize money and a full professional photography shoot. Builders can get into the show by making the jump to https://www.bikerpros.com.
The 2012-2013 tour cities represent the most motorcycle-dense populations in the United States, reaching 75% of the nation’s motorcycle enthusiasts. Attendees will see the latest trends in custom motorcycles and meet their local two-wheeled heroes at the show.
“We have a long and storied career in racing from flat track to roadracing and we are honored to showcase our vintage race bikes at the 2013 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Indy,” said Bob Schulteti, Indianapolis Southside Harley-Davidson Owner.
Professional and amateur custom builders of choppers, cruisers, bobbers, baggers, race bikes and sport bikes are invited to enter their bikes into the competition and judge each other’s work. There are 13 individual rounds of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show nationwide with the Indy round coming February 15-17.
Title: Bye, Bye Blackbird, Page 50 Published: March 2013 Edition Writer: Story by Marilyn Stemp Photos: Photos by George Emmons Najar of Biker Pros Details: Quarter mile jet
We brought Marilyn Stemp to the Harley-Davidson ProShow in Milwaukee, WI to hand out an Editor’s Award for her favorite motorcycle at the show. She selected Tony Pan’s Pan and also decided that Boyd’s Blackbird was a little some’m, some’m that her readers would like.
It’s a great looking bike with pictures from Biker Pros’ George Emmons Najar. To get the details, pick up a copy of the 2013 March Edition.
The Quintessential Steampunk Motorcycle – The 2013 International Motorcycle Show features Steampunk Seduction, a creative collaboration with artist David Uhl, the lovely Miss Jennie Villano and Copper Mike of Gravesend Cycles with his beautful and award winning Shovelhead named Steampunk.