Biker Pros returns for 2012-13 Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show

Publish Date: 
Oct 8, 2012

DURHAM, N.C. - Biker Pros is returning to the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows to organize and run the popular Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show presented by J&P Cycles for the 2012-2013 tour. Total purse: $91,000.

The 2012-2013 tour of the Motorcycle Shows spans13 cities and represents the most motorcycle-dense populations in the United States, reaching 75 percent of the nation's motorcycle enthusiasts. It is produced by Advanstar, parent of Dealernews.

The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show series pulls world-class builders from across the United States. The bike show is one of the highlighted features of the show tour, which is designed to create an engaging show experience to the widest audience of motorcycle enthusiasts across the country.

Biker Pros is executing an integrated program that includes event management, media relations, brand building and a comprehensive social media campaign.

"Biker Pros is extremely pleased to partner with Advanstar for the third year in a row to promote and administer the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show series," said Bob Kay, Biker Pros' partner. "We look forward to the hottest competition with the best custom bikes since the inception of this great series."

Professional and amateur custom builders of choppers, cruisers and sport bikes are invited to enter their bikes into the competition and judge each other's work in 13 individual rounds of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show nationwide. Show dates are as follows:

  • Atlanta, Ga. - Nov. 2-4
  • Dallas, Texas - Nov. 9-100
  • San Mateo, Calif. - Nov. 16-18
  • Long Beach, Calif. - Dec. 7-9
  • Seattle, Wash. - Dec. 14-16
  • Washington, D.C. - Jan. 4-6
  • Minneapolis, Minn. - Jan. 11-13
  • New York, N.Y. - Jan. 18-20
  • Cleveland, Ohio - Jan. 25-27
  • Novi, Mich. - Feb. 1-3
  • Chicago, Ill. - Feb. 8-10
  • Indianapolis, Inc. - Feb. 15-17
  • Charlotte, N.C. - Feb. 22-24

The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show will also include an individual photo shoot by a professional photographer of each bike entered into the competition. Each builder/bike owner will receive a CD of photos taken during the event of themselves and their bikes. The total purse for the series is $91,000.

For information on entering, click here.

Posted by Mary Slepicka