The 2011 San Mateo round of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show was a success. The bikes were remarkable, the competition was close and the attendees feedback was positive.
Winner: Dalton Walker, 2011 Split Image Kustoms (SIK)
2nd Place: Jim Giuffra, Sentoh
3rd Place: Rickey Bedford, The Interchangable
Free Style – One-off, ground-up built custom bike on any chassis or drive train configuration. All style bikes ie; baggers, choppers, bobbers etc. compete against each other in this unlimited, anything goes class.
To see photographs from the event, please jump to our AMD World Championship Flickr.com page.
Hot Bike Mod Harley Class
Winner: Roger Vaughn, King of Kings
2nd Place: Mike Mileham, The Loot
3rd Place: Dan Stern, Touring Thunder
Modified Harley – Stock OEM frame and engine cases manufactured by Harley Davidson. The stock frame/Harley geometry must be maintained, cutting the frame at the neck for purposes of stretching or raking is NOT allowed. The use of raked trees are allowed. Frame modifications that are allowed include molding, sheet metal attachments, tab/bracket removal and relocation to create a smoother appearance. Modifications allowed to the rear of the frame (generally past the transmission) include swing arm changes, rigid tail sections, fat or skinny tire conversions, lowering kits and sheet metal as long as the basic stock configuration is unchanged. Case internals can be replaced, along with cylinders, heads and valve train components. Turbos, super chargers, NOS kits etc are acceptable.
SSB Performance Custom
Winner: Jim Giuffra, ASUMATI
2nd Place: Javon Samonte
3rd Place: Liam Shubert, Darth Blader
Performance Custom – A class designed to showcase customs where the primary intention of the builder is to improve performance and /or showcase their performance engineering and techniques. Open to all or any kind of motorcycle, of any platform or drivetrain, air-cooled or liquid cooled. This class is designed to feature drag race styled, circuit racers, off road racers and/or Bonneville style race projects. Performance modifications ie; turbos, super chargers, NOS etc. are encouraged. We have seen stretched out Hayabusa’s , Short track styled bikes, motars, board trackers and café racers in past competitions
Retro Mod Class
Winner: Kirk Taylor, Sacred
2nd Place: Reza Gohary, Personal Identity
3rd Place: Michael Cooper, BSA B54
Retro Mod – The Retro Mod class is new for 2011 and we had a strong turn out. Any modified bike, with any drive train on any chassis configuration that is 25 years or older. A great class for older Harley’s where the frame was cut to rake or stretch it as well as café racers from all over the world.