Custom Chrome International Bike Show Series Continues In Pennsylvania At the Sturgis Road Show Championship

Amateurs and professional Custom Builders, it’s your last one chance for 2011 to compete in the USA for the Custom Chrome Championship Series. Coming off of the highly successful North American Championship and the Custom Chrome Europe Championship just completed this past week, East Coast and Mid West bike customizers will now get their chance to show off their talents at the upcoming Sturgis Road Show Championship being held at the Sturgis Road Show April 15th-17th in Harrisburg, PA.

All shows are a part of the Custom Chrome International Bike Show Series, celebrating custom design, engineering and performance. With four classes, Championship Class, Jammer Old School Class, Modified Harley Class and RevTech Performance Class, the SRS Championship has a place for most every make and model of custom V-Twin motorcycle. Also, with no entry fee charged, the Championship is affordable to all and presents a great opportunity and value. Winners awards will include Custom Chrome products and cash prizes. To register, go to Custom Chrome Bike Shows.. The Sturgis Road Show itself will feature such legendary industry names as Michael Lichter, Scott Jacobs, and The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum plus having nightly concerts by Styx, Bachman Turner and Tesla at the Legendary Buffalo Chip Main Stage. The three day event will celebrate the V-Twin lifestyle and will bring a taste of Sturgis to the East Coast and the heart of Harley country. For more information, please visit Sturgis Road Show. (picture bike Panic by Yolo County Choppers)

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6 Responses to “Custom Chrome International Bike Show Series Continues In Pennsylvania At the Sturgis Road Show Championship”


  1. 1 Sid Apr 5th, 2011 at 10:07 am

    Custom bikes are always the most interesting and amazing. And always will be!
    I lke the bu=ike on the picture….like a red dragon…have a strong feeling it really can fly.

  2. 2 J Apr 5th, 2011 at 5:08 pm

    Sweet lines on the bike in the picture- who built it?

  3. 3 J Apr 5th, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    Oops, my bad, just made it to the credit in the last line- lol

  4. 4 Joe D Apr 6th, 2011 at 6:07 am

    It was a great show and CCI as it has been for years were gracious hosts. That goes for the show the week after in Germany too.

  5. 5 CAROLYN TOMAS-KIWI INDIAN MOTORCYCLES Apr 6th, 2011 at 10:36 am

    Kiwi Indian will be at the Sturgis Road Show, Can’t wait to see everyone there.

  6. 6 jatinder pal Apr 8th, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    Nice looking bike….like scallop paint job.

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