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Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Detroit Results 2014 Photo Gallery
Chop Doc Choppers rolled in 'Ol 48,' a custom 2013 board tracker, into the Detroit Ultimate Builder show and rolled out with the $2500 check for first prize in the Freestyle Class.
Even a Polar Vortex couldn't keep the action from heating up at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Detroit as custom motorcycles took center stage during the sixth round of competition in Michigan.
Warren Perkins' burly spiked 2008 bobber earned second place in the prestigious Freestyle Class at the 2014 Detroit Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
The Harley girls did double duties at the Detroit IMS representing The Motor Co. and dishing out trophies at the Ultimate Builder show.
Ron Harris takes the stage in Detroit to pick up the big check for first place in the Freestyle Class.
The winners of the 2014 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show gather on stage in Detroit.
Attendees of the 2014 Ultimate Builder Show in Detroit were diggin' Keith Lafer's 'Bone Dragger' and honored him as the People's Choice winner.
Jon Shipley steps up to accept the top award in the Mod Harley class in Detroit.
This custom 2006 Harley Road Glide was one clean bagger, good enough for second in Detroit's Mod Harley class.
The 'Firehouse Racer' by Hoosier Daddy Choppers features cool refashioned antiques like 1920s fire hose brass nozzles as exhaust tips and a 1910 Jose Lucas Carbide headlight.
Hoosier Daddy? Jon Shipley is, at least in Detroit's Mod Harley class.
This sharp-looking 1987 FZR1000 was a family affair, with Shannon Best's son and daughter all contributing to the project.
Shannon Best won Detroit's Performance Custom class with his clean 1987 Yamaha FZR1000.
The paint job on 'Bone Dragger' helped earn it the People's Choice award at the Michigan Ultimate Builder round.
A Bell Custom 500 Helmet was awarded to the People's Choice winner at the Detroit Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
This 1981 Ironhead Sportster earned Wendell Turner top honors in the Retro Mod class of the Detroit Ultimate Builder Show.
Wendell Turner's all smiles while accepting the big check as winner of Detroit's Retro Mod class.
Gary Maurer keeps it old school cool with his 1972 Triumph chopper.
Evan Edwards of Plymouth Cycle takes home the Garage Leather's solo bag as 'Sho Dog' winner at the Detroit Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
A bored-out 1975 CB400F earned David Bowman the top prize in the Mod Street class in Detroit's Ultimate Builder contest.
Dave Bowman's Tech Suspension wins the Mod Street class at the 2014 Detroit Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
Golgatha Performance Cycle's 1984 Virago took second place in Detroit's Mod Street Class.
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