Motorcycles: Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS - - PressFrom - US
  •   
  •   
  •   

MotorcyclesUltimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS

19:01  13 february  2019
19:01  13 february  2019 Source:   motorcyclecruiser.com

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners The latest round of the UBCBS series has wrapped and the prizes awarded 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. Within the nine announced classes we saw a couple of bikes win for multiple classes, along with a nice crop of vintage stunners.

The IMS announces the winners of the sixth round of the 2018–2019 J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show (UBCBS) in Washington D . C . With the penultimate round of the bike show wrapped, prizewinners get ready to move on to the championship.

IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners . The latest round of the UBCBS series has wrapped and the prizes awarded Another Designers show off their handmade/ custom motorcycles at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Chicago, 2012. Find an IMS Show near

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS© Courtesy of Progressive Motorcycle Shows Jason Wharton’s Honda CB550 Four won prizes in three different classes.

With the penultimate round of the bike show wrapped, prizewinners get ready to move on to the championship

It’s getting down to the wire now, and Progressive International Motorcycle Shows (IMS) has announced the winners of the sixth round of the 2018–2019 J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show (UBCBS), which wrapped up in Washington D.C. last weekend. As you probably know at this point, the winners move on to compete in the upcoming championship round in Chicago on February 17. That’s this week!

Favorite Custom Motorcycles From The 2019 One Moto Show

Favorite Custom Motorcycles From The 2019 One Moto Show Take a peek at our favorite custom bikes from Portland, Oregon’s annual The One Motorcycle Show 

MotorcyclesIMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners . 18:41 11 february 2019. With the penultimate round of the bike show wrapped, prizewinners get ready to move on to the championship It’s getting down to the wire now, and Progressive International Motorcycle Shows

Check out all the Custom bikes at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show at the International Motorcycle Show in New York. Find an IMS Show near you at http

The elite-level custom bike builder competition with the biggest bounty in the US (more than $100,000 in cash and prizes) has now rolled through six stops on the IMS tour and it’s time for the big finale—the championship round—at the IMS Show in Chicago. Hold tight. To learn more, visit: motorcycleshows.com/UBCBS.

Here are the winners for the UBCBS from IMS Washington D.C.:

Freestyle Winner:

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS© Courtesy of Progressive Motorcycle Shows Freestyle indeed—would you look at all the wild one-off parts on this thing? Hank Thibodeau of Widowmaker Custom Design & Repair and painters Mike Miles and Zach Matthews of Auto Arts Inc. won $1,000 for the 2018 Widowmaker CDR Custom Rigid Drop seat. The fork assembly is the star attraction, though the rocker covers, one-off rear fender, and suspended headlight caught our eye too. Powering it all is a Twin Cam stuffed into an Evo frame.

Freestyle Runner-Up:

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show It’s Hank Thibodeau again, this time taking second place (again with Mike Miles and Zach Matthews) for this all-out full-stretch 2018 Widowmaker CDR called Hazey Thoughts. The 11-inches-over chopper gets an impossibly crafted gas tank, one-off rear fender and oil tank, custom bars, dual headlight assembly, and a custom springer front.

Custom Retro Winner:

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Joey Chanel and painter Kim Savage won several Benjamins for this super-clean 1980 Harley-Davidson Shovelhead featuring a front 21-inch rim, six-speed transmission, custom exhaust, custom paint, shaved fork lowers, and custom gas tank and oil tanks.

Custom Retro Runner-Up:

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Rob Clark and painter Dunworth/Dana Helmuth secured second place with a much sportier 1979 Harley-Davidson Sportster. That modded rear end betrays its vintage race geometry and street-rod aspirations.

Custom Harley-Davidson Winner:

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Robert Wilcox with C&C Cycle, Roy Chamberlin, and painter Empire State Hail won a pile of prizes for this 2002 Harley-Davidson Softail Springer. Custom fenders, a modified gas tank with an FLHR dash, a Zippers 107 kit with diamond-cut heads, and a Baker six-speed tranny round out the highlight reel.

Custom Harley Runner-Up:

Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Margaret Nicastri with C&C Cycle, Roy Chamberlin, and painter Circle W Restorations, Cliff & Skip won this category with their 2004 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic. You’ll see a a custom dash, custom fenders, frenched-in lights, 200-section rear tire, and a Zippers 103 kit with Thundermax, just for starters. Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners At D.C. IMS© Courtesy of Progressive International Motorcycle Show Jason Wharton won a gift card, riding gear, and a plaque with this hugely popular 1974 Honda CB550 Four, which rocked a chopped fork, a stretched rear, molded frame, custom paint, and all kinds of mad detailing, all augmented with 3-D printed parts and a skateboard.

Best Chopper Winner:

Not surprisingly, Hank Thibodeau of Widowmaker Custom Design & Repair won this grouping too with that Hazey Thoughts chopper from the Freestyle category. This thing must really be a handful in turns.

K&N Garage Builder Winner:

ason Wharton nailed down a $500 K&N Garage gift card, again with that blacked-out 1974 Honda CB550 Four. After all, what’s not to like?

RELATED: IMS Announces Minneapolis Ultimate Builder Custom Show Winners

Best Street Bike Winner:

Hello. We suppose it’s inevitable to see some of the same bikes in multiple categories, but Jason Wharton’s 1974 Honda CB550 Four seems to have really struck a chord.

Best Bagger Winner:

Look familiar? Margaret Nicastri, Roy Chamberlin, and painter Circle W Restorations, Cliff & Skip won a U Koala Bag and a plaque for their extremely colorful 2004 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUI.

Read More

Favorite Custom Motorcycles From The 2019 One Moto Show.
Take a peek at our favorite custom bikes from Portland, Oregon’s annual The One Motorcycle Show 

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 1
This is interesting!