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Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show D.C. 2012 Photo Gallery
Frank Rutigliano, aka Capo of the local Two Wheel Mafia, displays Da Boss, a 1984 Yamaha XS650 with a 680cc big bore kit and Dellorto carbs.
The D.C. round of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show saw the first two-class winner as custom motorcycle builders duked it out for cash and prestige.
Black and ominous, this is one mean looking Harley.
Ghost flames streak down the front fairing of the Modified Harley winner, Black Shadow.
Davona Marshall's Egyptian Queen is a 2006 Hayabusa with a 300mm rear wheel and a depiction of Davona painted on the nose of the bike.
The 'King of Pop' helped Janette Coles earn the People's Choice award in D.C. for her Michael Jackson Tribute Bike.
'El Patron' is straight representin'!
The Obama Bike, a H-D Fatboy by OneOff, Inc., was good for third place in the Modified Harley Class.
Underneath all the exquisite engraving lurks a GL1000 engine with a big bore kit and a supercharger with NOS.
The Monster Energy Yamaha Warrior was a popular attraction at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Washington, D.C.
Kickin' it old school. Love those classic Indians.
Quick, Robin, to the Batmobile. What superhero wouldn't want to ride a bike like this.
El Patron, a 2003 Suzuki C50 Volusia, has jewel-like qualities.
Two Wheel Mafia brought out this cool Yamaha-powered chopper to the D.C. show.
Roy Chamberlain was smiling all the way to the bank after winning the Hot Bike Modified Harley Class in D.C.
The Performance Custom Class fwinner is a wicked 2003 Kawasaki ZX9R with a stretched and modified rear, a 240 kit by Track Dynamics, and a front section off a Kawasaki ZX-12.
'El Vaquero' is one classy cruiser highlighted by engraving by Eazy Garcia.
The Michael Jackson Tribute Bike is a 2009 Suzuki GSX-R 750 with custom bodywork, an extended single-sided swingarm and fat 240mm rear.
OneOff, Inc., did a great job of matching up the custom touches on the Obama Bike, from the engine to the pipes to the floorboards.
Obama in the house! OK, maybe the president didn't make the show, but an Obama tribute bike did.
The Monster Energy power cruiser is based on a Yamaha Warrior.
This little Honda dirt tracker looks like it'd be a blast to ride.
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