Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Moore Customs' 'Bad Influence' wins Ultimate Builder Dallas



Larry Moore with his 'Bad Influence' Custom Bike wins at Ultimate Builder Dallas
Freestyle class winner Moore Customs won a free place
at the 2012 AMD World Championship in Sturgis in addition to a cash prize

Larry Moore of Moore Customs booked his place at the 2012 AMD World Championship and took home a $3000 cash prize by winning the Freestyle class at the Ultimate Builder show in Dallas, TX. Larry's bike "Bad Influence" features an 80ci Harley-Davidson engine, custom frame, dual gas tanks, dual calipers and hand fabricated sheet metal. Runner-up was Production Manufacturer World Champion Dar Holdsworth of Darwin Motorcycles with "Filigree", a 2012 '69 Brass Balls Chopper, and Joe Martin of Martin Bros Bikes was third with a 2011 Road Glide.

The Modified Harley-Davidson class was won by Three Two Choppers with their World Championship fourth-placed bike AMFU. Arynn Aikins won Performance Custom with "Midnight", a 2009 Hayabusa, and the Retro Mod class was won by Pat Kahanek and Primer Inc Customs with "Number 79", a 1979 Ironhead Sportster.

The Ultimate Builder series now moves to Long Beach, California, on December 9-11, followed by Seattle, WA, on December 16-18. Entries are welcomed at ultimatebuilderbikeshow.com or call Biker Pros on 919-886-5075 for details. Cash prizes are awarded to class winners who also receive a free entry and automatic place at the 9th annual AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building in Sturgis, August 5-8 2012.

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