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J&P Ultimate Builder Bike Show Atlanta Results 2013 Photo Gallery
Rich Worley of American Biker took home top honors and $2500 in the Freestyle Class for his SteamPunkShovel featuring a 1978 Shovelhead and plenty of brass touches.
The third round of the 2013-14 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows swept into Atlanta as some of the hottest custom builders in the Southeast showcased their artistry.
The Harley booth babes in Atlanta hold up the Garage Leathers solo bag that went to Sho Dog Award winner Steve Studstill.
This 2003 Harley Night Train tricked-out by CG Customs won the Modified Harley Class in Atlanta after edging out defending champ Violent Choppers by a single point.
Rich Worley racked up at Atlanta, taking home the People's Choice and IronWork's Editor's Choice awards in addition to winning the Freestyle Class.
Who wouldn't love to hop on Brad Powell's 1972 Norton Commando Streetracker and go ton-up?
CG Customs won the Mod Harley Class in Atlanta and captured second place in the Freestyle Class with 'Animal,' its '02 Sportster.
Tyler Hughley not only brought the first customized Can-Am Spyder to the Ultimate Builder Shows, the 2010 Spyder with full air ride suspension and killer Uptown Grafx paint won the Mod Street Class.
In Atlanta, it was all about the custom paint.
Sho Dog Award winners Michael Demby of Uptown Grafx and Steve Studstill of Biker's Dream step up to accept their gifts.
'God of War,' a 2003 Hayabusa with plenty of high-end electronics, a 240mm rear, extended swingarm and plenty of custom paint earned first place in Atlanta's Performance Custom Class.
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