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Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show San Mateo 2011 Photo Gallery
MotorcycleUSA is giving away this custom 2011 Honda Fury when you vote for your favorite bike in the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
Take a look at the newest custom bike creations from top notch builders at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show's Ultimate Builder contest in San Mateo, California.
Free Style Class: Bam Ink’s Viva Las Wages bike is a 2004 Y2K Custom Chopper.
Detailed paint done by House of Kolor with painter Tony Parker at Young Guns.
Free Style Class: AFT Customs 2011 AMD World Championship winning bike named the Sentoh, built from a 1976 Honda CB836 CR.
Custom Leo Vince dual exhaust pipes complete this AFT Custom.
Free Style Class: Bam Ink’s custom bike called The Interchangable created by Rickey Bedford.
Free Style Class: Custom Designs Studios bike The Dirty Boot built by Kirk Taylor.
The military themed Dirty Boot has a custom stitched leather seat.
Free Style Class: Split Image Customs built completely by hand from builder Dalton Walker.
Paint done by KalKoncepts and Air Syndicate.
Modified Harley Class: This 2001 Harley-Davidson Road King is named King of Kings and has paint done by James Dean.
Modified Harley Class: This 2005 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic is named The Loot, built by Mike Mileham Jr. and Sr.
The Loot features paint done by Brandon Osufsen and Mike Mileham Jr.
Modified Harley Class: Touring Thunder is a 2007 Harley-Davidson FLTR with paint from Harry’s in Hollister.
Performance Custom Class: The Darth Blader is a 1996 Honda CBR900RR built by Liam Shubert.
The Darth Blader features full carbon bodywork and accesories.
Performance Custom Class: The Asumati built by AFT Customs from a Honda VT750ST.
The Asumati is built on a street tracker chassis featuring custom engraved parts and a hidden radiator.
Retro Mod Class: The Squid is a 1976 Kawasaki KH100 built by Michael Williams.
The Squid has powder coating done by Mission Powder with paint by the owner Michael Williams.
Retro Mod Class: This 1970 Triumph Bonneville was built by Reza Gohary and is named Personal Identity.
The PI bobber features paint done by Riff Raff Customs.
Retro Mod Class: The Psyclone is a 1964 Harley-Davidson Board Track Racer built by Frederick Fortune.
The Psyclone features an Evan Willcox gas tank.
Retro Mod Class: Custom Design Studios bike named Sacred is a 1980 Custom Design Studios Johnny Chop Tribute.
The Sacred bobber has a custom saddle and features a fully polished engine with engraving.
Retro Mod Class: Banke Performance built 1971 BSA B50 owned by Michael Cooper.
Ladd's Auto did the paint on this retro BSA B54.
This old school scooter was late to arrive but was amazingly detailed.
Another entry in the Hot Bike Modified Harley Class.
The Interchangeable built by Bam Ink features a hidden fuel cell and NASCAR side exhaust.
Performance Custom Class: This 2004 Yamaha R1 LE features a Graves Motorsports 2006 spec race engine and is owned by Jovan Somante.
A peek inside the Tour Pak of the King of Kings bike reveals a mural honoring men of color in addition to a Panasonic video screen hooked up to PS2 and Wii gaming systems.
This cool custom Harley Topper had Von Dutch-style pinstriping.
Motorcycle USA is giving this custom Honda Fury away to one lucky winner. Any takers out there?
King of Kings, with its diamond-beveled components and gold inlay, is fit for a king.
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