Todd Silicato Repeat Winner Of The Annual Sturgis Metzeler Custom Bike Contest

toddscycle1toddscycle2toddscycle3The Best of Show winner of the 7th edition of the Metzeler Bike Show is Todd Silicato from Todd’s Cycle with this bike called “Olive” (check engine & driveline color). Todd’s Cycle is the first repeat winner in the history of the contest and yes, to participate, your bike must roll on Metzeler tires. In addition to the bragging rights, Todd Silicato earned himself an  inclusion of his bike in the 2010 Metzeler Ad Campaign, 3 day apprenticeship with Eddie Trotta (are you kidding? He does need any training with anyone! LOL), a feature article in American Iron Magazine, a trip to Sturgis 2010 , a seat at the Annual Round table at the Cincinnati V-Twin Expo, 4 sets of Metzeler Tires, a trophy (no bike show without a trophy), a  $500 gift certificate towards a Baker Transmission or Builder’s Kit, a certificate for an All Balls Starter, a certificate for an Boyesen Power X Wing, a certificate for an Danny Gray Seat, and a certificate for a Kicker Audio set including 5.25 Coaxial Speakers & ear buds. Todd’s Cycles.

8 Responses to “Todd Silicato Repeat Winner Of The Annual Sturgis Metzeler Custom Bike Contest”

  1. 1 krugger Aug 19th, 2009 at 9:10 am

    Woaw, a lot of price for one bike…
    I saw this bike in Sturgis and , yes, it deserve their !

    Very nice work, pretty clean, very good taste and very …. rideable;-)

    Well done Todd!

  2. 2 WT Aug 19th, 2009 at 11:22 am

    Nice work Todd!!

  3. 3 Pitbull Aug 19th, 2009 at 1:18 pm

    Eddie Trotta teaching Todd? Now that’s some funny shit.

  4. 4 Scot Aug 19th, 2009 at 1:38 pm

    I saw Olive in Cincinnati. Truly amazing work. Very functional and clean. Too bad they had him shoved off in a corner away from where the big players were. He could show several of these builders a thing or two…

    Great work Todd!

  5. 5 Steve Carr Aug 19th, 2009 at 4:18 pm

    Way to go Todd, This bike can only be appreciated when seen in person, Its just Bad Ass, period. We love to use Todd’s grips and choke relocator kit for Mikuni carbs. Keep it up Todd!

    Steve Carr

  6. 6 jatinder pal Aug 23rd, 2009 at 1:58 am

    I had saw todds earlier work at PM.the beater bike so cool.Todd had come a long way,his bikes are different.he tries to do something really different.good work.

  7. 7 EBass Aug 24th, 2009 at 11:37 am

    Bravo Todd! Couldn’t have happened to a kewler kat!

    Thanks for the ride on Olive. Didn’t realize I was piloting a champion steed at the time, but hopefully the good karma that rubbed off of my magical ass cheeks gave it some extra luck. For those of y’all reading this, watch for the feature story on Olive in Barnett’s before the end of this year.

    And for any other builders out there looking to win contests, my golden buttocks can be rented out for a mutually agreeable price.

    (geez that didn’t really come out sounding right did it?)

  8. 8 Cannella Cannella Sep 27th, 2009 at 3:32 pm

    Aloha from Hawaii. Awesome for Todd! He was at a bike show in Hawaii a few years back. He brought the Knuckle bike. It was the most amazing bike I’d ever seen! Didn’t get any props for that bike. There wasn’t a bike there that had as much fabrication work as Todd’s bike. Judges that don’t build probably.

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