AMD World Championship Of Bike Building. Live Video From Sturgis At 5PM EST.

80 high end custom motorcycles including 23 coming from abroad are competing in the 2010 World Championship Of Bike Building. Certainly one of the major custom motorcycle industry events  going on during this 70th Black Hills Rally. The competition lasts 3 days during which competitors are happy to answer all questions from the public, are also the judges of all the custom bikes (except theirs) plus 5 VIP judges (I disclose I am one of them), with photographers Horst Roesler and Frank Sander shooting all the bikes in an on location studio. The 3 men running the AMD Show on 2 continents, Europe & USA are, from left to right, Bob Kay, Neil Blabler and show creator Robin Bradley.

Who is going to be the 2010 World Champion? Today Wednesday August 11th at 5 pm EST, with the help of the AMD organization, I will post a live video of the awards ceremony. Watch live on my Blog all winners being called and the world champion being crowned (he receives a ring and a trophy, not a crown!). Since I will be on location, if the Sturgis internet Wi-Fi router would fail, I will type and post in real time the full results of this competition. Be there on my Blog at 5 pm EST. (You may need to upgrade your Adobe Flash player to view the stream. Go to Adobe To Upgrade. If you are in Sturgis, the AMD Championship is free of access and located in Sturgis at Lazelle Street and 3rd.

5 Responses to “AMD World Championship Of Bike Building. Live Video From Sturgis At 5PM EST.”

  1. 1 Sid Alerson Aug 11th, 2010 at 8:56 am

    And how it’s going? Are there any news from the championship? I’m eager to hear something from there!

  2. 2 BERTRAND Aug 11th, 2010 at 9:49 am

    I vote for Krugger, he ( and his bike ) deserves to be the 2010 world champion ! ! ! . . .

  3. 3 skrogm Aug 11th, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    where is the feed?

  4. 4 skrogm Aug 11th, 2010 at 3:05 pm

    had it on for a second and it just sailed away

  5. 5 ger Aug 11th, 2010 at 4:29 pm

    9 30 pm here in ireland now
    trying to conect to live broadcast
    no luck yet 🙁

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