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Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Seattle 2011 Photo Gallery
Bezeerker ran rough shod over the competition to win the FreeStyle Class at the Seattle Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
Some of the coolest custom motorcycles from around the Northwest gathered in Seattle to compete in the fourth round of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows. Read all about the show and get the results in our
Ultimate Builder Bike Show Seattle Results 2011
Brass Balls Choppers 'Filigree' has been garnering lots of attention as it travels around with the Ultimate Builder shows.
'Burning Obsession' is built around a 1700cc Yamaha V-Twin.
You don't run across 1954 Hummers at bike shows everyday. Cyclpath blacked-out the little 165cc two-stroke Harley for this build.
This 2011 Dyna has Progressive Suspension, a Slammer Kit, Roland Sands Wheels and intake, and Vance & Hines Exhaust. Sweet.
Beezerker was built by Chris Flechtner of Speed Shop Design. It sources an A65 Twin from a 1965 BSA and features tons of superb metalwork.
To the victor go the spoils! Flechtner cashes in at the Seattle Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
You can never go wrong with a custom V-Rod.
The Motorcycle USA Honda Fury give-away bike continues to make the rounds with the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows.
Ron Balich’s 'Cyclpath Sickle,' an Evo-powered 1994 H-D FLST with a 23-inch tall spoked front hoop, a slammed rear and tons of chrome, grabbed second place in the Modified Harley Class
Destination H-D brought this hopped up beauty out.
Joe Cooper is all smiles after winning the Hot Bike Modified Harley Class in Seattle.
Brass Balls 'Filigree' is the latest iteration of the 69 Chopper.
Bezeeker is commendable for its unique design, top-notch metal work, and elemental construction.
Cyclpath's 'Frankenhooker' looks like one angry ride.
Joe Cooper gets the award for twisting up the coolest pipes in the show for these wicked two-into-ones on Gun Baby.
Gun Baby by Joe Cooper of Cooper Smithing Co. has tins that were etched, then dipped in acid to create a unique finish.
Jay Bennett took home the Retro Modified class in Seattle for his 1954 Harley-Davidson Hummer built by Cyclpath.
Machete, a 2011 Taylorcraft Pro Street motorcycle, took second place in the FreeStyle Class at the Seattle Ultimate Builder Show.
Nothing like some forward-facing S&S high-performance air intakes to spice up any ride.
The fourth round of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows took place in Seattle, attracting a variety of custom motorcycles from around the Northwest.
This Softail Springer by Urban Customs won owner Eric Roland third prize in the Hot Bike Modified Harley Class.
Cyclpath’s restoration of this 1954 Harley Hummer pays homage to the original as it sources a 165cc two-stroke Harley engine and its tele-glide front fork remains intact.
This bike was straight up representing in the bagger class.
This tank on Gun Baby was etched before it was dipped in acid to give it the unique patina.
It's easy to see why this bike is called the 'Mean Green.'
Now that's a good looking V-Twin. The pipes bear testament that this thing's a runner.
'Mean Grean' was another bike built by Cyclpath, who placed three bikes in two different classes.
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