MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - It was the invasion of the 1970s as diggers and choppers rolled into the J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show Jan. 17-19 in Minneapolis.
The Ultimate Builder competition is managed for the Motorcycle Shows by Bob Kay and Jeff Najar of Biker Pros.
See all the J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show winners here.
First place: David Polgreen of The Wretched Hive took first with "Miami Vice," a ‘70s-era digger style sled.
Third Place: Derik Skogen, Hellbent Mfg., with "Day of the Dead," a 2012 H-D FLHX.
Modified Harley Class
First Place: Pete Mason of Full Tilt Boogie brought in his 1940 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead and edged out the second-place finisher's bike by a point. Mason's bike, "Earl," is a stock frame, stock 61cu engine modified into a bobber, with paint by Micheal Geltz.
Second Place: Jason Schulberg with "Old Gold," a 1954 Panhead.
Third Place: TJ Design with its 2011 Harley-Davidson Street Glide.
More winners, continued on next page