Daytona Bike Week 2012 Saturday in Pictures

March 18, 2012
Bryan Harley
Bryan Harley
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Our resident road warrior has earned his stripes covering the rally circuit, from riding the Black Hills of Sturgis to cruising Main Street in Daytona Beach. Whether it's chopped, bobbed, or bored, metric to 'Merican, he rides 'em all.

The actions was fast and furious on the final day of Daytona Bike Week 2012, from tight racing from the Speedway to killer custom motorcycles at the 40th Anniversary Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show and Main Street. Enjoy these images from Saturday at Bike Week.

Cruisin Main Street Daytona Beach!
Cruisin’ Main Street Daytona Beach!
The crew from Sic Chops were proud to be announced the winners of the 2012 Cafe Racer Showdown.
Sic Chops wins the Rat’s Hole Cafe Racer Showdown!
There were some extraordinary motorcycles entered in the Rats Hole 40th Anniversary Show!
There were some extraordinary motorcycles entered in the Rat’s Hole 40th Anniversary Show!
Myers claimed the second ever AMA Pro road racing win by a woman  and the first at Daytona - SuperSport Race 2
Elena Myers became the first woman to win an AMA Pro road race at Daytona when she won the Supersport race. 
Joey Pascarella claimed the 2012 Daytona 200 victory ahead of the 2011 winner Jason DiSalvo.
It was a tight finish in the Daytona 200. Congrats, Joey!
The 40th Anniversary Rats Hole Custom Bike Show had a killer turnout of over 180 motorcycles.
Over 180 custom motorcycles competed at the Rat’s Hole.
The guys from Wikked Steel outdid themsevles this year. We call this industrial strength bike the Zombie Killer!
The guys from Wikked Steel live up to their name! We dubbed this bike the ‘Zombie Killer.’
This bagger called INK had paint that resembled a full body tattoo and a hopped up 120R engine.
This bagger called ‘INK’ had paint that resembled a full body tattoo and a hopped up 120R engine.
Love me a good rat bike!
Rat bike at the Rat’s Hole!
Wikked Steel living up to its name.
One-piece frame and fork and dual chain drives to 3 wheels.

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