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J&P Ultimate Builder Bike Show Seattle Results 2014 Photo Gallery
Red Soul built Seattle's Freestyle Class winner, a 2009 Custom Chopper with Red Soul foot controls, handlebars, exhaust and more cool features like Foose Wheels and a sprocket chain tensioner.
The 2013-2014 J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Shows wrapped up the season last weekend with its grand finale in Seattle, Washington.
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.
Eastside Harley-Davidson stripped this Sportster down to the essentials on its way to a third place finish in the Seattle Freestyle Class.
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.
Dana Meeks won a Rocking K Custom Leather's chain biker wallet to go along with his 'Sho Dog Award' in Seattle.
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.
This 2007 Road Glide, appropriately titled 'Big Blue,' earned Carl Harris second place honors in Seattle's Mod Harley Class.
'Bella Esposa,' a clean scoot with high bars and open belt primary, earned Eric Maurer third place in the Mod Harley Class.
The winning custom builders take the stage at the 2014 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show finale in Seattle.
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.
Under all this funky bodywork lies the heart of a lion. Jon Aesoph's Cupcake Moto-built bike is actually a 2011 BMW S1000RR.
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.
Joe Chambers captured second place in the Retro Mod Class with his slammed 1980 Honda Hawk.
The Beohike brothers captured first place in the Retro Mod Class, taking home the $1000 cash prize that goes along with it.
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