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J&P Ultimate Builder Bike Show Seattle Results 2014 Photo Gallery

The 2013-2014 J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows wrapped up the season last weekend with its grand finale in Seattle, Washington.

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The second place winner in the Freestyle Class of the Seattle Ultimate Builder Show built a modern interpretation of a café racer sourcing a Harley powerplant.
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Eastside Harley-Davidson stripped this Sportster down to the essentials on its way to a third place finish in the Seattle Freestyle Class.
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Cory Ford steps up to accept the $2500 grand prize as the winner of the Freestyle Class at the Seattle Ultimate Builder Bike Show 2014.
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Dana Meeks won a Rocking K Custom Leather's chain biker wallet to go along with his 'Sho Dog Award' in Seattle.
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We dig the drilled-out fork legs on this 2010 FLTRX, the customized bagger good enough for first place in the Mod Harley Class at the 2014 Ultimate Builder finale in Seattle.
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This 2007 Road Glide, appropriately titled 'Big Blue,' earned Carl Harris second place honors in Seattle's Mod Harley Class.
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'Bella Esposa,' a clean scoot with high bars and open belt primary, earned Eric Maurer third place in the Mod Harley Class.
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The winning custom builders take the stage at the 2014 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show finale in Seattle.
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You want power? The top fuel Harley Dana Meeks and DJ Johnson brought to Seattle's Ultimate Builder Show puts out a claimed 800hp and can break the 200mph barrier in the quarter-mile. It won the Performance Class, hands down.
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Under all this funky bodywork lies the heart of a lion. Jon Aesoph's Cupcake Moto-built bike is actually a 2011 BMW S1000RR.
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Terry and Mike Beohike's 1947 Knucklehead features an internal throttle, Springer front end, and custom pipes. The crowd favorite earned first place in Seattle's Retro Mod Class.
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Joe Chambers captured second place in the Retro Mod Class with his slammed 1980 Honda Hawk.
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The Beohike brothers captured first place in the Retro Mod Class, taking home the $1000 cash prize that goes along with it.