The crowds were strong throughout the weekend in Washington, DC to see the motorcycles at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show and even two local NFL teams in the playoffs, the Washington Redskins and the Baltimore Ravens, didn’t stop enthusiasts from attending. The J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show entertained the crowds with custom sleds that ranged from stretched-out choppers to cutting-edged rusted sleds.
C&C Cycle rolled 3 bikes into the DC edition of the J&P Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show and came out big with a FreeStyle win with Drug of Choice. Owned by Conrad Filbert, the 1996 Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy features a raked neck, custom made fenders, stretched gas tank, Custom made spotlight bracket, Ness massive front fork assembly, Wide tire kit and frenched in LED taillight.
MOD Harley Win
Adams Karns turned his shop-worn ’01 Sportster into a primo New School Board Tracker that rocks the 2012 J&P Ultimate Builder, DC Edition and features a Twisted Choppers Rear, Custom Gas Tank, highly modified DNA springer, powder coated engine and Karns Kustoms exhaust.
The Show Dog Winner is Mike Davis of SportWorx. The Ultimate Builder Show Dog award is given to the dealer or builder that has shown exemplary effort in engaging the audience and furthering their marketing goals and objectives. The award for the effort is a biker chain wallet from Rocking K Customs Leather, a $250 value.
The Washington DC round kicks off the start of the 6-show frozen tundra tour with every event above the Mason-Dixon line. The next round is in Minneapolis, MN beginning on Friday, January, 11. Custom bike entries are still open at http://www.motorcycleshows.com/ultimate-builder.
Multiple event winners include Kyle Shorey of Shadetree Fabrications at $5,000, GIO of Blacksmith Motoring with $4,500 and Bruce Boldon at $3,000.
The Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show is produced by www.bikerpros.com.