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Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Minneapolis 2012 Photo Gallery

The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show series swept in to Minneapolis for the ninth round of competition between the hottest custom motorcycles in the area.

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Kurt Peterson won Minnesota's Modified Harley Class for his clean 2010 Street Glide.
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Silver metal flake and custom graphics spice up the rear fender of Kurt Peterson's 2010 Street Glide.
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Scott Maeyaert is the proud owner of the Ultimate Custom Bike Builder FreeStyle Class winner in Minneapolis.
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Billy Hofmeister's Grand National Replica rode away with the Performance Custom Class title in Minneapolis.
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BlackSmith Motoring Co.'s 2003 Suzuki Volusia continues to impress crowds around the country.
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Jim Hughes Street Tracker is based on a 1997 XR equipped with a Buell 1200cc powerplant.
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Victory Motorcycles, whose headquarters is just up the road from Minneapolis, brought out some of its concept motorcycles to the Ultimate Custom Builder Show in Minnesota.
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Kurt Peterson won top honors in the Modified Harley Class for his custom 2010 Street Glide with a TC 103 engine equipped with a Big Bore kit.
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INK not only has some wicked paint, but it runs on Harley's most powerful production engine, a 120 cbuic-inch mill with modified heads, cams, and nitrous.
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Who would like to see this Polaris concept ATV in production?
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103 cubic-inches, a Big Bore kit, high performance cams - we likey!
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INK got its name in part because it looks like its been tatted from fender to fender.
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The winner of the Performance Custom Class is this sweet '08 Street Tracker from SHR Enterprises.
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Jim Hughes brought out a fast-looking street tracker, too!