Ultimate Builder Results: Seattle

FREESTYLE – 3RD PLACE, BEAR

The Biker Pros team flew into Seattle expecting an outstanding custom bike show because we all know that it rains all the time and what else would these guys and gals be doing with their hands other than building sleds in their garages? Well the custom bike jockeys didn’t disappoint. We even had interlopers from the great white North, Freakshow Choppers, breach the security fence and beat their brethren in the hotly contested FreeStyle class.

FreeStyle

The competition in the FreeStyle class was just outstanding  with a high-level of detail, fit and finish displayed by all builders. But in the end, it was Freakshow Choppers that took the trophy and the big check. Freakshow Choppers –brought their “Santa de Muerte” ( Saint of the Dead) 2012 Freakshow Pro-Street Bagger to the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show to Seattle. It features a S&S 124 Twin Cam with T-Man Stage 4 heads. The Chassis is hand built, raked and sports front and rear air ride, single-sded swingarm and custom wheels.

FREESTYLE 1ST PLACE FREAKSHOW CHOPPERS

  1. Jay, Freakshow Choppers – Saint of the Dead, Freakshow Choppers
  2. Mike Fobes – Twisted Evil, ’11 Fobes Twisted
  3. Bear – Hellboy, ’09 Anarchy MoCo

MOD Harley

Dorian Kelly rolled Jon Doe, a 2005 Road King Classic, into the Seattle Convention Center into the most competitive class of the weekend. Any of the competitors could have taken 1st place, it was that close. Many of the judges commented on the flawless paint and the classic black and chrome color scheme. Russ Foy of Custom Classic took charge of the paint. The bike features an air ride, Carlini bars, custom exhaust, extended bags, fenders and diamond cut motor. Ridewright provides the wheels, PM takes care of braking and Danny Gray built the gator seat.

MOD HARLEY – 1ST PLACE, DORIAN KELLEY

  1. Dorian, Cycle Path / Megal Kelly – Jon Doe, ’05 Road King Classic,
  2. Lorenzo Marr, Urban Custom Bikes – Usian Bolt, ’10 H-D FLHR
  3. Freddie Manning, Urban Custom Bikes – 2003 H-D FLSTS

Performance Custom

Geoffrey Rossi competed with Build 43, his 2012 Full Custom Ducati sport bike. It’s based on a DS1000.  And it contains all the HI-PO goodies cradled on a full custom Ducati-red frame. Additional custom features include BST Carbon rear wheel, GSXR Frame, wire loom, Watson LED blinkers and MotoGadget instruments.

PERFORMANCE CUSTOM – 1ST PLACE, GEOFFERY ROSSI

  1. Geoffrey Rossi – Build 43, 2012 Full Custom
  2. Premium Custom Cycles – 503 Iericho, 2004 Yamaha R1
  3. David Clark, Premium Custom Cycles – Untamed Busa, 2009 Hayabusa

Retro MOD

The Deuce takes Retro MOD in Seattle. The last Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show of 2012 ends with a bang as the most hotly contested class, say Mike Boehlke with his 1953 Harley-Davidson FL taking the win from Hell Mutts 1971 Triumph by 1 point.  The 74 CI Panhead features custom pan covers with S&S heads. It sports a bobber chassis with hand built exhaust, taillight  assembly, shaved gas tank and custom sheet metal.

RETRO MOD – 1ST PLACE, MIKE BOEHLKE

  1. Mike Boehlke – Duece, ’53 H-D FL
  2. Billy Davis, Hell Mutts – Jaded, ’71 Triumph
  3. Andrew Robinson – The Stingray, ’65 triumph

MOD Street

Greg Whiteside of Premium Custom Cycles brought 4 bikes to the Ultimate Builder and came away with a win with Ms Carolina, a 2007 Kawasaki ZX 10R that features Paint by Punk.

MOD STREET – 1ST PLACE, DANIELLE VENEY

  1. Danielle Veney, Premium Custom Cycles – Ms. Carolina, 2007 Kawasaki ZX10R
  2. Eddie Castro, Premium Custom Cycles – Reddy, 2007 GSXR 600
  3. Steve Hegel – Hurri-Kane, 2008 Triumph Rocket III

Show Dog WInner

Jessica of Urban Custom Bike won the Show Dog Award sponsored by Rocking K Custom Leather for her tireless promotion on the show floor and for her ability to engage the audience and to promote her business.

Show Dog Award Winner: Jessica of Urban Custom Bike

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. Photography provided by Jack McIntyre & Jeff Najar