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The Progressive International Motorcycle Show (IMS 2019) blew through the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center a few weeks ago with more stuntastic builds and all-new production bikes on display.
Check out the Highlight Video with some of the J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show Winners (UBCBS)
With more than 350 bikes on display, the UBCBS is the world’s largest motorcycle builder competition. Builders trick the bikes out in hopes of winning $100,000 in cash and prizes across the IMS Tour.
Professional and amateur builders compete at their local IMS for cash, prizes, recognition and a chance to move-on to the Championship Round in Chicago – where $70,000 in cash and prizes is up for grabs!
Wayne Burgess with his 2015 Shovelhead Digger
CUSTOM HARLEY PRESENTED BY HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Dave Dupor of DD Custom with his 2006 Harley-Davidson Springer Softail
CUSTOM RETRO CLASS
Timothy Scates with his 1972 MotoGuzzi El Dorado 850
CUSTOM STREET CLASS
Juan Rodriguez of JR Customs with his 2004 Suzuki Hayabusa
Chuck Conrick of DA Performance with his 2009 Harley Roadking
Dan Dziuban of Chi-South Customs – Special Construction
Bryant ‘Bhatmon’ Levant with his 1971 VW Trike
BEST STREET BIKE
Angel Perez of Motorcycle Mania Inc. with his 2007 Yamaha Warrior
K&N BUILDER’S GARAGE AWARD
Steve Schubert of Shubert Custom Cycles with his 2006 Harley Road King
Check out more pics of some of the best IMS stunners on two and three wheels and a few runner ups!