Results from J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show: 2014 Sturgis Edition

2014 Sturgis Rally
2014 Sturgis Rally
Kick off of the 2014 – 2015 J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Season

Photography CreditVanessa A. Schaeffer

At Biker Pros we put on custom bike shows across the country with the objective to support the industry and keep customizing alive and well in the USof A. Our 2015 series kicked off in Sturgis and will visit 13 cities and award over $90,000 in cash and prizes.

On Tuesday, August 5, 2014,  I was up early and in Downtown Sturgis prepping for the Ultimate Builder show on Wednesday. As I walked down Main Street I noticed a guy snoring as loud as a chain saw on a booth table. Continue reading “Results from J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show: 2014 Sturgis Edition”

Atlanta Update: 2013 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show

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Atlanta was about paint

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From ‘Busas to Harleys, high-end custom paint was the theme of the show. Enthusiasts were treated with some of the most outstanding designs and creativity seen on the circuit.

The J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show rolled into inclement weather for the Atlanta edition of the show. Even so, hearty enthusiasts made their way into Continue reading “Atlanta Update: 2013 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show”

2013 Ultimate Builder: NORCAL Edition

Kick off of the 2013 season
Kick off of the 2013 season

The 2013-14 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show series kicked off at the San Mateo County EventCenter with an eclectic and diverse group of custom sleds. Choppers, bobbers, sport bikes, pro street and restorations were all shined and polished for the tens of thousands of enthusiasts that streamed into the show.

At each show you never know who will show up. Denis Manning, Hall of Famer and owner of BUB Enterprises, was in-the-house checking out the latest products from the OEMS and the custom builders. Denis also has owned the world’s fastest motorcycle multiple times. He is shooting for the stratosphere of 400mph and looking to take the record back in 2015.

Ultimate FreeStyle Class

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show
FreeStyle Winner

Dalton Walker of Split Image Kustoms finished his build at 1AM the day of the show and then rode hell for leather to San Mateo to enter into the Ultimate Builder.

The bike was built for his painter, Kal Koncepts, and features a custom springer and tank built into the frame. The engine is a 1984 Harley-Davidson, 84ci EVO polished with a SIK Mag. The bike is so new that it has not yet been named.

  1. Dalton Walker, Split Image Kustoms – 1984 Harley-Davidson
  2. Kirk Taylor, Custom Design Studios – Widowmaker, 2007 Custom
  3. Jose Contreras – 2013 Chopper Pro Street

MOD Harley Class

MOD HARLEY WINNER
MOD HARLEY WINNER

Jim Carducci Is a Harley guy and a dual sport guy… the results is a dual sport 2003 Harley Sportster. It features a NRHS 1250 Kit, Andrews and N4 Cams. It includes a hand-formed Aluminum gas tank, Ohlins suspension, custom triple clamps and custom swingarm.

  1. Jim Carducci – SC3 Adventure, 2003 Sportster
  2. Casey Johnson, Headcase Kustom Art – US versus THEM, 1995 Sportster
  3. Roger Vaughn – King of Kings, 2001 Road King

Ultimate Builder Retro MOD Class

RETRO MOD WINNER
RETRO MOD WINNER

Bones Legacy is the result of the meeting of two “old school” choppers lovers. But not just any choppers, the “period correct ones”, the ones from the past or the ones built as they would have been built at that time.

Paul Ponkov revealed his latest NORCAL Digger called Black Rainbow and he took the win. It features paint by Sonny Boy and engine mods include MAP Belt Drive, Kibbelwhite valves, Morris Mageto and SRM oil system. The frame is a stretched hand-made gooseneck which has been molded and smoothed throughout. Handmade tail light, pipes, oil tank, bars and pegs.

  1. Paul Ponkow, Bones Legacy – Black Rainbow, 1973 Triumph Bonneville
  2. Chris Carter – Falcone, 1951 Moto Guzzi
  3. Dana Miccer, Mutt Hallam – Hummer, 1960 H-D Super Ten

Performance Custom Class

Performance Custom Winner
Performance Custom Winner

TPJ Customs is a complete fabrication shop located in Northern California. They build show bikes that are tough enough to stand up to everyday abuse but are unique and custom so they also look great on show bikes.

Bryan Schmike rolled his TPJ Mabel onto show floor and the first thing you notice is the minimal nature of the bike. Just about every piece of the big twin is hand made by the shop.

  1. Bryan Schmike, TPJ Customs – 2013 TPJ Mabel
  2. Shelby Thompson, AFT Customs – Sentoh, 2011 Honda CB 836CR

Ultimate Builder MOD Street

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show
MOD Street Winner

Ric Escobedo rolled his 2007 Honda Repsol CBR 1000RR into the convention center and it made an immediate impact.

It features a custom subframe, custom rear tail and the engine has had a EDR Super Sport Build up.

  1. Ric Escobedo – 2007 Respsol CBR 1000RR
  2. West Coast Hydrographix – Kandee, 2006 Yamaha R6
  3. Superbike Coach – MotoGP Project Bike, 2006 Yamaha YZFR1

The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show is located on the silver carpet inside the International Motorcycle Show In NORCAL. 28 bikes entered the show and split $7,000 in cash awards and $500 in leather from Rocking K Customs and Garage Leathers. Get your bike into the game at www.custombikeshows.com.

SHO DOG

  • Gino & Denise Ilacqua – CADAMIA 300

People’s Choice Award

  • Casey Johnson, Headcase Kustom Art – US versus THEM, 1995 Sportster

Ultimate Builder, 1st Show in 2013: Sturgis, SD

Biker Pros Produces the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Sturgis
Biker Pros Produces the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Sturgis, South Dakota

Biker Pros Produces the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Series

$7,000 in Cash Awards – The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show presented by J&P Cycles matches the best custom bike builders in the country against one another as it tours the U.S. in conjunction with the International Motorcycle Shows.

The first show for the 2013 – 2014 season starts in Sturgis, South Dakota. For Sturgis, the Performance Competition class has been replaced with Radical BAGGER class.

For the first time ever Biker Pros is producing a standalone Ultimate Builder competition during the Sturgis Rally next to the Harley-Davidson pavilion mid-week on Wednesday, August 7, 2013

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Sturgis is the Capital of the Chopper World

The Ultimate Builder is awarding $7,000 in cash prizes. In addition, we have product awards from HelmetLok.

Ultimate Builder Event Details

Get the jump on the competition and get your bike into the show… Register now.

  • Registration: 9AM -12PM
  • Judging: 1PM – 3PM
  • Awards: 4:30PM
Ultimate Builder FreeStyle – $2500 for 1st place

Any motorcycle frame configuration or drivetrain combination. Your imagination and resources are the only restriction. Must run, turn and stop. Cash prize of $2500 for winner, and only $150 to enter.

Ultimate Builder Radical Bagger – $1500 for 1st place

Any motorcycle frame configuration or drivetrain combination. Your imagination bags and a fairing are the only restriction. Must run, turn and stop. Cash prize of $1500 for winner, and only $100 to enter.

Ultimate Builder MOD Harley – $1000 for 1st place

Must have Harley manufactured frame and engine cases. Frame must maintain stock configuration so neck may not be cut to rake or stretch. Modified swingarms kits, fat tire conversions and weld on hard tails are acceptable. Cash prize of $1000 for win, and only $100 to enter.

Ultimate Builder Retro MOD – $1000 for 1st place

Any modified bike, with any drive train on any chassis configuration that is 25 years or older. Great class for older Harley’s where the frame was cut to rake or stretch as well as a class for Café Racers from the Ton-Up era.  Cash prize of $1000 for winner, and only $75 to enter.

Ultimate Builder Street MOD – $1000 for 1st place

This is a non-Harley Davidson street class for cruisers and mildly modified sport bikes. Must have Major OEM ie; Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Polaris, Triumph etc manufactured frame and engine cases. Harley is not allowed in this class. Frame must maintain stock configuration so neck may not be cut to rake or stretch. Modified swingarms kits, fat tire conversions and weld on hardtails are acceptable. Cash prize of $1000 for winner, and only $75 to enter.

Twitter’s 6-Second Videos Could Be Huge – The Vine Phenomena

Vine: a mobile service from Twitter that lets you capture and share short looping videos. Like Tweets, the brevity of videos on Vine (6 seconds or less) inspires creativity. Now that you can easily capture motion and sound. Biker Pros Commentary: We are using vine to showcase custom bikes at the Ultimate Builder.

WIRED MAGAZINE – BY RYAN TATE – January 2013

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From Twitter: Vine Video Service

Journalists spent Thursday playing with, writing about, and reviewing Twitter’s clever and simple new system for video posts, Vine. But academics are keenly interested in Vine too, saying the extreme constraints it imposes on video could produce an explosion in video sharing.

There’s big potential in Vine, say the two experts in online socialization we spoke to, but it’s unclear how, and how often, people will use the six-second video service.

“My guess, given the enthusiasm for Twitter so far, is that people are going to do really cool things,” says Scott Klemmer, who co-directs the Human-Computer Interaction Group at Stanford University. “One of the things we know about creativity is that constraints are essential for getting people to do creative stuff. If you come up with the right constraints, that’s a benefit, not a drawback. And nobody knows that better than Twitter, where their 140-character constraint really created a whole new medium in a lot of ways.”

“Will six-second videos be that? Who knows? But I think it’s a pretty darn interesting constraint.”

Twitter didn’t explain the reasoning behind its six-second video limit in an official announcement of Vine on Wednesday, but it’s easy to see what Twitter is trying to do if you consider the context in which Twitter itself launched seven years ago. Back then, many people wrote on the web via blogs, where posts could be of any length. But they seemed to post more frequently and freely when confined to small bursts, for example in the short status updates that caught fire on social networks like Facebook and MySpace. When Twitter launched in 2006, its strict insistence on short posts unleashed a torrent of fresh writing.

There was a practical reason for Twitter’s limit; the messaging network, particularly in its earliest incarnations, leaned heavily on cell-phone texting, which imposes hard limits on message length. But Twitter’s creators kept the limit in place long after most of its users had migrated to using the service via the web. “We’re fond of constraints that inspire creativity,” co-creator Jack Dorsey told PBS.org in 2007.

The subsequent success of Twitter’s microcontent model – attracting hundreds of millions of users, including an enviable collection of well known names across many creative fields — would seem to bode well for Vine. But it’s hard to predict what form its success might take. When Twitter launched, conventions for replies, retweets and hashtags had not been created, to say nothing of the more obscure subcultures and conventions that have emerged along the way. The medium emerged organically, and it would seem Twitter is trying to allow the same thing to happen with Vine.

“Twitter was built on the premise that constraints produce unexpected outcomes as people get creative,” says Danah Boyd, a senior researcher at Microsoft Research and longtime academic studying social media. “Part of what makes [Vine] interesting is who knows what will come out of it ?”

One thing, at least, is clear: People will not communicate in video on Twitter the same way they communicate in text.

“Video lets you show things,” says Klemmer. “For me at least, it would be much more pointing a camera out at the world than reading a monologue… It would be here’s the sunset tonight, or check out this crazy thing that I saw.”

Thus far, people seem to be using Vine mainly to show off their desks and offices. But then again, people initially used Twitter to report their every mundane move throughout the day: Eating lunch, going to the park, catching a movie. It was hard at the time to imagine what more could be done with 140 characters. It turned out, there was quite a lot more to say, and it will be interesting to see what more there is for people to shoot.

Detroit Winner: Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show

Harley Trophy Girls Provide Excitement at Ultimate Builder
Harley Trophy Girls Provide Excitement

The Detroit round of the 2013 edition of the Ultimate Builder saw snow all three days and weather as warm as 12 degrees. But that is walking weather for the hearty families from Michigan as the Progressive International Motorcycle Show was packed with enthusiasts.

The motorcycle enthusiasts were checking out the J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show and were rewarded with outstanding builds in all 5 classes. Voting was close as the voting was separated by just a few points.

Ultimate Builder Class: FreeStyle  

Don Weimer’s 2009 Weimer Rigid won Detroit’s J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show. His SoulShaker features an EVO 96” mil with custom frame, 9” stretch frame, drop seat and a custom gas tank located in the frame cradle.

    FreeStyle Winner @ Ultimate Builder
    FreeStyle Winner @ Ultimate Builder
  1. Don Weimer – SoulShaker, 2009 Weimer Rigid
  2. Tony Starita, Big Tony’s Chopp Shop – Peacemaker, ’12 BTCS Pro-Street
  3. Poor Boy Choppers – Sinister, ’13 Poor Boy Chopper Softail Custom

Ultimate Builder Class: MOD Harley  

Brian Ratkos of Baggers Unlimited won MOD Harley with a custom bagger that featured paint by ACP / Kustom Haus, raked triple trees, custom bars, 180mm wide rear kit, Legend rear air ride and Bagger Unlimited front air ride. The bike has significant work in the go fast department on the Harley-Davidson 108ci mil including ported and polished heads, Andrews Gear Drive Cams, Jims roller rocker arms and Jims rocker arm support.

    Winner @ Ultimate Builder
    MOD Harley Winner @ Ultimate Builder
  1. Brian Ratkos, Baggers Unlimited – ’06 HD FLHX
  2. Bob McAreavey – 2009 Roadking
  3. Anthony LaMontia – FatAss Bagger, ’03 HD FLHTSI

Ultimate Builder Class: Retro MOD  

You expect to see a few car guys in Detroit. Paul Anderson manages the building of show cars and you can see his level of detail and execution in his 1946 HD WLA. It’s original with a subtle 2-tone paint scheme. The normal rubber pieces have been replaced with belting leather with laser etching. The bike comes together in with an elegant ambience.

    Retro MOD Winner in  Detroit
    Retro MOD Winner in Detroit
  1. Paul Anderson – Once in Awhile, 1946 WLA
  2. Ron Harris, Chop Docs Choppers – Sweet Lou, ’77 FXR
  3. Ralph Spencer – Manx Titan, ’71 Suzuki T500 Titan

Ultimate Builder Class: Performance Custom  

Jody Jendon built the Bud Light bike for Dylan Jendon, a 1999 Hayabusa with a big bore kit, Starr Racing heads, 22” extended swing arm, 360 rear tire, rear air ride and cut front shocks and LED lighting throughout.

    Winner @ Ultimate Builder
    Performance Custom Winner @ Ultimate Builder
  1. Dylan Jendon – Bud Light, 1999 Hayabusa
  2. GIO, Blacksmith Motoring – El Vaquero, ’77 Honda Gold Wing

Ultimate Builder Class: MOD Street 

GIO from Blacksmith Motoring drove in from Chicago with his latest turbo build, El Vendetta, and took the win in MOD Street at Ultimate Builder in the Great white North. The 2008 Yamaha Retroliner features a Blacksmith 120ci stroker with forged pistons, lighten crank with HIPO heads & intake. The bike rolls with a 26” front wheel, air ride and 6 piston Hawg Halters brakes.

    Winner @ Ultimate Builder
    Modified Street Winner @ Ultimate Builder
  1. GIO, Blacksmith Motoring – El Vendetta, 2008 Yamaha Roadliner
  2. GIO, Blacksmith Motoring – EL Patron, ’03 Suzuki Voluisa

Additional Awards

Bob McAreavey won the Show Dog Award sponsored by Rocking K Custom Leather for his promotion at the show. Bob McAreavey won the People’s Choice Award with his 2009 Roadking.

Winner @ Ultimate Builder
People’s Choice Winner @ Ultimate Builder

The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show is produced by www.bikerpros.com. At each round of the competition Biker Pros photographs each bike and makes them available in their Flickr gallery at www.flickr.com/photos/bikerpros.

We are awarding $100,000 in cash and prizes over our 13 event series. The big money winners to date are:

  • GIO – $8,500
  • Kyle Shorey – $5,000
  • Bruce Bolden – $3,000

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2013 Detroit Ultimate Builder: Registration

The 2013 Detroit Ultimate Builder features 27 motorcycles in the show. Builders participating include:

  • Shoemaker Vintage Moto
  • Big Tonys Chopp Shop
  • Blacksmith Motoring
  • Detroit Choppers
  • Factory Rat Choppers
  • Poor Boy Choppers
  • Strong Arm Customs
  • Reflections
  • Don Weimer

Detroit Ultimate Builder: From our Flicr Gallery

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20123 Ultimate Builder: Detroit, MI

20123 Ultimate Builder: Detroit, MI

20123 Ultimate Builder: Detroit, MI

20123 Ultimate Builder: Detroit, MI

Cleveland Results: 2013 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show

Ultimate Builder: Clevleand
Ultimate Builder: Clevleand

The Ultimate Builder rolled into Cleveland, OH and for the 3rd year in a row, snow greeted the custom bike builders as they unloaded their sled into the show.

Cleveland, founded in 1796, is located in northeastern Ohio on the shore of Lake Erie and just 60 miles West of the Pennsylvania border. It’s home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Ultimate Builder FreeStyle Class

Jesse Bassett at The Gasbox began the custom Indian sled build with an eBay-found 1940 741 Indian frame. A Norton Commando 4-speed transmission was chosen to replace the OEM Indian 3-speed. New engine plates were made and the scout primary was cut in half, offset and mated with a 1920’s Indian outer primary. All aluminum was polished, all steel was nickel plated, and all cast iron was electroless plated. The entire frame and fork were nickel plated then painted Indian red.

FreeStyle Winner
FreeStyle Winner

1. Jesse Bassett, The GasBox – 741 Indian, 1940 Military Scout
2. Jesse Bassett, The GasBox – The Grape Escape, ’75 Shovelead
3. Justin Kenley – 2012 Softail

Ultimate Builder MOD Harley Class

Three years ago Bob McAreavey rolled his orange and black Softail into Cleveland’s IX Center and took the MOD Harley win. In 2013 he came back with a Roadking and took the win again. 2 shows and 2 wins.

MOD Harley Winner
MOD Harley Winner

1. Bob McAreavey – 2009 Roadking
2. Little John Kuklisin, Klock Werks – Softglide, 2010 Roadglide
3. David Cook, Sledgehammer Bobbers – Sledge, ’11 Dyna

Ultimate Builder Performance Custom Class

Chris Carr won the 1992, 1999, and 2001-2005 AMA Grand National Dirt Track (Flat Track) championships, the 2000 Formula USA Dirt Track Championship and the AMA 600cc Dirt Track championship seven times (1988–1993, and 1995). And now he is a 2013 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show winner of Cleveland in the Performance Custom class.

Performance Custom Winner
Performance Custom Winner

1. Chris Carr, Kenny Tolbert – Beaulah, ’08 XR750
2. Perry Paugh, Dougherty MC – S/C & Pro ET Race Bike, ’95 ZX11 Ninja

Ultimate Builder RETRO MOD Class

Jesse Srpan of Raw Iron Choppers built this ’50 Panhead with a wishbone frame, 61ci mill and blue metal flake paint. The frame was raked to 44 degrees.

Retro MOD Winner
Retro MOD Winner

1. Rick Srpan, Raw Iron Choppers – 1950 Panhead EL
2. Jerry Horvath – 1976 Kawasaki KZ400
3. T. McEnally, Ace Classic Cycles – ’74 Triumph Trackmaster

Ultimate Builder MOD Street Class

GIO from Blacksmith Motoring drove in from Chicago with his latest turbo build, El Vendetta, and took the win in MOD Street at Ultimate Builder in the Great white North. The 2008 Yamaha Retroliner features a Blacksmith 120ci stroker with forged pistons, lighten crank with HIPO heads & intake. The bike rolls with a 26” front wheel, air ride and 6 piston Hawg Halters brakes.

MOD Street Winner
MOD Street Winner

1. GIO, Blacksmith Motoring – El Vendetta, 2008 Yamaha Roadliner
2. Andrew Ella – First Attempt, ’77 XS650

Additional Awards

Show DOG Winner
Show DOG Winner

Jerry from JHL Choppers won the Show Dog Award sponsored by Rocking K Custom Leather for his promotion at the show.

Jesse Bassett of The GasBox won the People’s Choice Award with his 1940 Military Scout.

The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show is produced by www.bikerpros.com. At each round of the competition Biker Pros photographs each bike and makes them available in their Flickr gallery at www.flickr.com/photos/bikerpros.

We are awarding $100,000 in cash and prizes over our 13 event series. The big money winners to date are:

  • GIO – $7,500
  • Kyle Shorey – $5,000
  • Bruce Bolden – $3,000

Ultimate Builder Rolling into the Motor City

Tony_2_25_11_0565-EditThe Detroit, MI round of the Ultimate Builder is always a gas because you never know what you will find.

This year Big Tony Chopp Shop is bringing out the big guns with his Pro-Street sleds to showcase his big-inch, big-tire and big horsepower bikes.

Meet the Detroit Area Builders FEB 1-3

  • Ralph Spencer
  • Paul F. Anderson
  • Tony Starita
  • Robert Gallo
  • Mike Suggitt
  • Tony Chrome

Register your custom Registration

Ultimate Builder Classes

The following are the class definitions for the 5 classes that we are hosting at our 13 round series.

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show

Free Style – Any motorcycle frame configuration or drivetrain combination. Your imagination is the only restriction. Must run and stop.

Modified Harley – Must have Harley manufactured frame and engine cases. Frame must maintain stock configuration so modifications are limited to smoothing ie; molding welds and joints, welding in filler panels or cutting excess tabs. Swingarm kits and fat tire conversions are acceptable.

Performance Custom – Race inspired styling with performance enhancing engine modifications. Any motorcycle frame configuration and drivetrain combination. Judging will be focused around drag racing ie; strtched out ‘Busa, Bonneville racers and highly modified sportbikes.

Retro Mod – Any modified bike, with any drive train on any chassis configuration that is 25 years or older. Great class for older Harley’s where the frame was cut to rake or stretch as well as a class for Café Racers from the Ton-Up era.

Modified Street Class – Must have Major OEM ie; Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Polaris, Triumph etc manufactured frame and engine cases. Harley is not allowed in this class. Frame must maintain stock configuration so neck may not be cut to rake or stretch. Designed for mild customs without frame configuration modifications and stretched swing arms. Cruisers are allowed to use hardtail sections.

Awards and Prizes

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show

Freestyle Class – 1st Place Cash Prize: $2,500 per UBCBS

Modified Harley Class – 1st Place Cash Prize: $1,500 per UBCBS

Performance Custom Class – 1st Place Cash Prize: $1,000 per UBCBS

Retro Mod Class – 1st Place Cash Prize: $1,000 per UBCBS

Modified Street Class – 1st Place Cash Prize: $1,000 per UBCBS

Award plaques will be given out to motorcycles finishing in second and third place in the three judged categories at each UBCBS.

All UBCBS class trophies will be awarded during the awards ceremony held Sundays beginning at 3:00pm local time. All cash prizes will be paid by Advanstar Communications via check 30 days after Advanstar’s receipt of winner affidavit forms (forms will be supplied by Advanstar to class winners at each UBCSB).

The NY Round of the J&P Ultimate Builder Features Indian Larry Motorcycles

Holding the flame of Indian Larry
Durham, NC – December 27, 2012 – Biker Pros, the producer of the J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show, announced today that Indian Larry Motorcycles are participating in the New York round of the series and will be providing three Kustom Kulture bikes for the showcase on January 18-20.  The showcase is a non-competitive class, which highlights dealers, manufacturers or builders that have unique or historic motorcycles.

Bobby & Elisa Seeger are holding the flame of Indian Larry in Brooklyn, NY and his brand of inspired Choppers and Bobbers from the 50′s-60′s motorcycle clubs, Ed “Big Daddy Roth” and the legendary Von Dutch. They will be debuting one new rolling metal-sculptor masterpiece along with two original Kustom Choppas. Continue reading “The NY Round of the J&P Ultimate Builder Features Indian Larry Motorcycles”