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J&P Ultimate Builder Bike Show Results Washington D.C. 2014 Photo Gallery
John Dodson of Gangster Choppers took top honors in the Ultimate Builder Freestyle Class at the D.C. show for his 1981 Lowrider called 'Low Down.'
Custom bike builders converged on the nation's capital to vie for big prize money in the J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in D.C.
Gangster Choppers' John Dodson won the big money in D.C.'s Freestyle Class for his 1981 Lowrider.
Spoked and sprung, this clean hooligan bobber by Adam Karns of Karns Customs won the Mod Harley class at the 2014 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Washington, D.C.
Two Wheel Mafia Custom Cycles won the 'People's Choice' in D.C., earning a custom Bell Helmet pinstriped by Skratch for their efforts.
Harley-Davidson is a big supporter of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show, lending its show girls for the awards ceremony.
Whiskey Tango Choppers grabbed the top spot in the D.C.'s Retro Mod class with its Yamaha XS650 with a goose neck frame, Pamco ignition, air ride suspension and plenty of custom touches.
Devon Eckert of Whiskey Tango Choppers is all smiles after banking first place in the Retro Mod class of the Ultimate Builder Bike Show in Washington, D.C.
This custom 2008 Kawasaki ZX-14 features Air FX air ride suspension front and back, a chrome 16-overstretched C & S swingarm and an alligator seat. It earned first place in the Performance Custom class.
The Mod Street Class was won by this Suzuki GS450, a clean café racer highlighted by plenty of hammered copper.
Roy Chamberlain of C&C Cycle earned a Garage Leathers solo bag as one of the Sho Dog winners at the D.C round of the 2014 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows.
Joey Chanel impressed the judges with his unique 1979 CM400T called 'Blood, Sweat and Gears' at the Ultimate Builder D.C. show, capturing second place in the Freestyle Class.
Adam Karns of Karns Kustoms steps up to accept the top prize in the Mod Harley Class at the Ultimate Builder D.C. Custom Bike Show.
This 1994 Suzuki 1100 from Custom Rocketz looks like it really could rocket down the quarter-mile. It's racy disposition earned third place in the Performance Custom Class.
Another Yamaha XS650, this one by Two Wheel Mafia Custom Cycles, earned second place in Washington D.C's Retro Mod Class at the Ultimate Builder contest.
Working Class Choppers proudly accepts the winning prize money in the Mod Street Class.
'Sukstein,' a 1979 Suzuki GS750, grabbed third place in the Retro Mod Class at the Ultimate Builder D.C. show.
Mike Davis of Speed Worx sports a big grin after being chosen Sho Dog winner at the Washington, D.C. Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show.
Joe Brinkley steps up to accept the $1000 prize for taking first place in the Performance Custom Class at the Ultimate Builder D.C. show.
Garwood Custom Cycles has a penchant for taking the stock to the extraordinary.
Rick Pazmino's 2010 Honda Fury earned second place in the Mod Street Class at the D.C. Ultimate Builder competition.
We dig the leaf spring on the front of this 2001 Sportster by Rats Customs.
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