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MotorcyclesIMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners

18:41  11 february  2019
18:41  11 february  2019 Source:   motorcyclecruiser.com

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The Progressive International Motorcycle Show announces the winners of the 2018–’19 J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Minneapolis .

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Shows Jeffrey Thomford won the Freestyle category with this wild Suzuki Savage boardtracker.

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Another weekend, another Progressive International Motorcycle Show in the books. That also means there’s a new set of winners from the fourth round of the 2018–’2019 J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show (UBCBS), which took place within the IMS Minneapolis event last weekend. And, yes, the prize holders automatically get to compete in the championship round in Chicago on February 17.

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Custom Motorcycles Of The 2019 Handbuilt Motorcycle Show . What started as an extension of Portland’s The One Motorcycle Show has grown into a beast entirely its own and uniquely encapsulates its home city of Austin 10. IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners .

Professional and amateur custom builders of choppers, cruisers and sportbikes enter their bikes into the There are 11 individual rounds of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show nationwide. The winner of the Mob Rules trophy could be a bike built in a state-of-the-art machine shop, or a two car

Within the nine announced classes we saw a couple of bikes win for multiple classes, along with a nice crop of vintage stunners. Here’s the list of winners from the UBCBS at IMS Minneapolis:

Freestyle

Winner: As mentioned above, Jeffrey Thomford’s winning entry is actually a 1998 Suzuki Savage, also known as the “Beer Budget Board Tracker.” This slick thumper features a handbuilt frame with a girder front suspension, 21-inch wheels, an aluminum alloy fender, and aluminum tanks.

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Runner-Up: Dan Riley won a plaque for a 2015 Suzuki 450 painted by Gunn Design.

Custom Retro

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Winner: Ernie Owens won $750 with this gorgeous, slightly modded 1940 Indian Four that happens to be a former police bike. IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Runner-Up: Vintage motorcycle racer Brittney Olsen and painter John Dills got runner-up with this classic 1946 Harley-Davidson WR, a 45ci Class C racebike.

Custom Street

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Winner: Dave Meyers entered a 2015 Victory Magnum and won cash and prizes. The bike itself featured a one-of-a-kind rear fender, custom saddlebags, custom handlebars and wheels, and much more.

Custom Harley-Davidson

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Winner: Michael Bates won $750 and other goodies for his 2008 Harley Sportster XR1200, which packs a high-performance engine, handcrafted sheet metal, exhaust, and a sci-fi-inspired paint theme. IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Runner-Up: Lurking under that full fairing is a 2001 Sportster, which won Katie Washnok second place in the category. It’s the first Sporty built using all Baggster custom-injected urethane parts.

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Winner: Michael Bates scored again with that Sportster XR1200 in this other category as well.

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Professional and amateur custom builders of choppers, cruisers and sportbikes enter their bikes into the There are 11 individual rounds of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show nationwide. The winner of the Mob Rules trophy could be a bike built in a state-of-the-art machine shop, or a two car

One of the highlights of IMS is the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Competition, which features custom motorcycles from builders across the country. The winners of the competition, which is based around a three-class format (Freestyle, Modified Harley and Performance Custom ), were announced the final

Best Chopper

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Winner: John Nordby won a pile of prizes for his 2019 Weston Choppers Root Beer Bike. The bike rolls with a 140ci Ultimate engine, 14-inches-over inverted fork, 360mm rear tire, 23-inch front wheel, custom handlebars and rims by RC Components.

People's Choice

Winner: It’s John Nordby won once taking the cash and prizes with that Weston Choppers Root Beer Bike.

Best Street Bike

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Winner: Ian McGuire won this group with a 2000 Harley Sportster that features a 1200 kit with Wiseco pistons, Lowbrow Customs chain conversion, and a fiberglass tracker seat.

Best Bagger

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show First place was snagged by Mike Rinowski’s Harley-Davidson Fat Boy. This bike clocked 41,000 miles traveling across Vietnam to honor fallen veterans. The motorcycle was restored in 2019 and is still ridden regularly; it’s destined to be donated to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial (a.k.a. The Wall), in Washington, D.C.

To learn more, visit motorcycleshows.com/UBCBS.

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