US Champion Jeremy Cupp will compete in the AMD World Championship at Sturgis this year having placed 6th in 2009
Jeremy Cupp of LC Fabrications is this year’s Ultimate Builder United States Champion after winning the FreeStyle class at the US Championship of the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in Daytona. “Old Black”, a 1976 Harley-Davidson XL, is built on a hillclimber chassis and sports two reversed heads, dual Amal carbs and custom open rocker valve train. Special features include jackshaft dual drive chains and dual rear drum brakes.
Steve Iacona of Iacona Custom Cycles won the Modified Harley class with “Challenger”, his 2011 Modified Harley World Championship runner-up bike, taking home $4,000 in prize money and a 120ci Screamin’ Eagle engine provided by Harley-Davidson.
Special features on the bike include a hand fabricated fuel tank, rear fender tail section with built in oil tank, exhaust pipes and tips, handle bars, rear peg sets, headlight number plate, seat suspension, taillight, battery box, steering damper mounts and motor mounts.
Michael Beland of A1 Cycles took the Performance Custom US Champion title with his turbo and nitrous 140ci pro street bike “Janet”. It features a fully hand built frame, mono shock, Hayabusa stretched swingarm, hand built tail section and custom front end.
Jeremy Cupp, LC Fabrications - “Old Black”, 1976 Sportster
Steve Broyles, Stevenson’s Cycle - “GL Special”, 2007 Stevenson’s Bobber
Steve Galvin, Wikked Steel - “Pipe Dreams”, 2012 Wikked Steel
Steven Iacona, Iacona Custom Cycles - “Challenger”, 1996 Harley-Davidson
Copper Mike Cole, Gravesend Cycles - “Coppa Choppa”, 1939 Harley-Davidson
Randall Medard, Pride Cycles – 2003 FLSTF
Michael Beland, A1 Cycles - “Janet”, 2012 A1 Cycles Street Racer
Steve Galvin, Wikked Steel - “Battlestar”, 2012 Customs
Mike Brown, Spitfire Motorcycles - “Supertracker”, 2010 Spitfire Tracker
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