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Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Cleveland 2012 Photo Gallery
Now that's a sweet lookin' 1977 Ironhead.
Custom motorcycles took center stage in Cleveland this weekend as the eighth round of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show swept in to Ohio.
The students at the Power Sports Institute did a super job of customizing this bagger.
This 1949 Harley Panhead features a custom built frame, exhaust, bars and sheet metal by Jesse Bassett over at The GasBox.
This is one ultra-clean 1978 Kawasaki Z1R.
BlackSmith Motoring Co.'s Gio talks with fans at the Cleveland Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
Whiskey Bent, a 1977 Harley Ironhead with a Jack Daniels theme, won the FreeStyle Class at the Cleveland Ultimate Builder show.
Fritz Polosky entered 'Rosie,' a 1972 Super Glide in Cleveland's Retro Mod Class.
Jesse Bassett from The GasBox brought a clean 1976 H-D Sportster Bobber to the show.
The H-D Evo on 'Sudden Impact' has JIMS 89-inch flywheels that sit in stock Evo cases, Screamin’ Eagle heads, S&S pistons, Arlen Ness rocker boxes and those sweet dual Edelbrock carbs.
Dar and the gang at Brass Balls are responsible for this sweet bobber that's been traveling around the country with the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows.
Love those vintage Japanese street bikes. This Kawasaki Z1-900 was a real runner back in the day.
Whiskey Bent has a copper oil tank fed by copper tubing, a 102-year-old brass headlight, a wooden cask for a battery cover and a wooden bar stool for a seat.
Is Hoosier Daddy Choppers building bikes or running a still?
The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show swept in to Cleveland's I-X Center for the ninth round of competition.
Stan Liepert and Ed Vanaman keep the Triton spirit alive, combining a Triumph 650 Twin with a 1964 Norton Altas frame.
Cleveland's Modified Harley Winner has plenty of smooth bodywork to go along with its pumped-up engine.
Blacked-out, just the way we like it.
The spiked heavy breather intake matches the mean disposition of this custom build.
Chris Carr was one of the guest speakers for the Learning Curve at the Cleveland IMS.
The GasBox crew just missed out on the FreeStyle crown in Cleveland with this clean 1949 H-D Panhead.
Phil Waters custom Royal Enfield C5 has been cut down and rolls with custom wheels and exhaust.
Good ol' Jack Daniels adorns the rear fender of 'Whiskey Bent.'
BlackSmith Motoring Co.'s 'El Vaquero' continues to rack up the accolades, this time winning both the Retro Mod Class and People's Choice award in Cleveland.
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