Chaos Cycle takes Ultimate Builder Freestyle win in New York

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Thursday 27th Jan 2011Filed under Affiliates

The winning Freestyle bike, 'Lot Lizard', featured a re-engineered former drag raced panhead style engine that was bored out to 103 inches.

Awards ceremony at the Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show in New York.

This past weekend saw the latest in the World Championship of Custom Bike Building program 'Ultimate Builder' affiliate events staged at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show at the Jacob J Javits Exhibition Center in New York.

The Freestyle win was taken by George Stinsman of Chaos Cycle with 'Lot Lizard', a rigid with a re-engineered former drag raced panhead style engine that was bored out to 103 inches.

The Harley heads have been ported and polished; the STD cases given S&S flywheels and pushrods; the S&S cylinders given Wiseco big bore pistons - and the whole package given a dual carb set-up to breathe through.

George also took third place in the FreeStyle class with 'Coco', with second place going to 2010 World Championship Modified Harley-Davidson class runner-up Joe Cooper, of Cooper Smithing Co, with "The Jefferson", based on a 1999 Harley.

Next was Roman Levin, who formerly owned Redline Cycles in New Jersey. These days operating FOH Cycle Fabrication ("Full of Hate"), Roman is passionate about streetfighter styling, and about hand-crafting all his own work, as he did on the SV650 engined Cagiva Raptor that he took fourth place with. Fifth was Eric Schroeder of Tribal Iron Choppers in New Jersey.

In the Harley-Davidson sponsored Modified Harley Class Jason Bochniak backed-up his win of the weekend before at Washington DC. by winning again with his ProCharger supercharged T-Max fuel-injection managed, Ride Wright 'Fat Daddy' spoked wheel 2006 Softail Deluxe called 'Phoenix'. Second in the Modified Harley class was taken by Tribal Iron Choppers with a 2007 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy.

The Performance Custom Class was won by a streetfighter styled bike for the first time, a 2001 955i Triumph Speed Triple entered by John Laughlin. The project is another Roman Levin, FOH Cycle Fabrication masterpiece of bespoke custom work, with a single sided swingarm conversion and sculpted carbon fiber bodywork.

Second in the Performance Custom Class was Shwan Page, of Coleman Powersports, with a 2007 Hayabusa; Edgar Rumph took third with a 2006 Hayabusa; Mark Klein, a former winner of the Production Manufacturer class at the Official World Championship (2008), took fourth with a 2007 DAM/Delaware American Motorcycle 'Tech Twin'; fifth was George Fanelli of MPS Racing with a 2007 Honda CRF450.

The 'Ultimate Builder' series now moves on to Cleveland this coming weekend (Jan 28-30), followed by Minneapolis (February 4-6), Chicago (February 11-13) and then Greenville Sc. (February 25-27) before the finals at Daytona Bike Week, March 9-12.

For full details of classes, prizes and entry contact Bob Kay or Jeff Najar at Biker Pros, Tel: 919 383 0500


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