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J&P Ultimate Builder Bike Show Minneapolis Results 2014 Photo Gallery
We love the name of David Polgreen's 1966 Shovel called 'Miami Vice,' the throwback-styled digger good enough to earn first place in the Ultimate Builder Freestyle Class in Minneapolis.
The eighth round of the J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows took place in Minneapolis last weekend as The Wretched Hive and its'70s-style digger took home top honors in the Freestyle Class.
Wave your hands in the air! The Wretched Hive is $2500 happier after capturing first place in Minnesota's Ultimate Builder Freestyle Class.
Eldon Haas' 'Twister' was another strong competitor in the Freestyle Class, earning second place for the twisted-up 2011 chopper.
'Day of the Dead' is an appropriate title for Derik Skogen's bagger, the 2012 Harley FLHX the third place winner in the Freestyle Class of the Ultimate Builder Minneapolis round.
It was a tight competition in Minneapolis' Mod Harley Class as Pete Mason's 1940 Knucklehead edged out Jason Schulberg's '54 Panhead by a single point.
Pete Mason steps up to accept the $1500 grand prize for winning the Mod Harley class at the 2014 Minneapolis Ultimate Builder competition.
Jason Schulberg's fat-tired rigid with the Springer front earned second place in Minneapolis' Mod Harley Class.
TJ Design earned third place honors in the Mod Harley Class at the 2014 Ultimate Builder Show in Minneapolis.
Bill Lawson brought an all-wheel-drive KTM 350 to the show in Minneapolis and wowed the judges to the tune of the $1000 first prize check in the Performance Custom Class.
You heard it right. An AWD 2013 KTM 350 won first place in the Performance Custom Class in Minnesota, a first for the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows.
On the more traditional side, a 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa by Hable Racing earned second place in Minneapolis' Performance Custom Class.
Another KTM, this time a 2013 SMR 450, earned third place for Jon Peterson in the Performance Custom Class.
Jason Schulberg and Tracy Hilgers (TJ Designs) brought in this clean 1978 Shovelhead rigid to earn first place in the Ultimate Builder Retro Mod Class in Minneapolis.
To the victor go the spoils, in this case a $1000 for TJ Designs for winning the Retro Mod class.
David Polgreen, winner of the Freestyle Class, also showed well in the Retro Mod Class, earning second place for his 1937 H-D UL Flathead.
Ol' Blue was rockin' the king & queen saddle, the 1950 Harley FL earning third place in the Ultimate Builder's Retro Mod Class in Minnesota.
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