Sturgis Road Show In Harrisburg, PA (Part 3) Bike Show Winners.

Building on already early season successes of the Custom Chrome International Bike Show Series, Kundratic Kustoms was proudly named the inaugural Sturgis Road Show Champion today with their highly innovative bike, Boardtracker. Featuring front and rear perimeter braking, an S&S Knuckle motor, and many handbuilt components, Kundratic Kustoms Boardtracker was a show stopper from day one. Finishing second in the Championship Class was Independent Cycle East’s creation Hammered with third going to MD Custom Choppers with their chopper, Road Kill.

“So many great bikes from the Mid Atlantic and East Coast were entered,” says Sturgis Road Show partner John Detrick, “We knew this area was a hot bed for cool motorcycles and the Championship proved it. All weekend visitors were treated to some of the best bikes and custom builders in our area.

Below picture of the champion and after the jump the top winners in the 3 classes: Old School Jammer, RevTech and Modified Harley (photography copyright Horst Roesler for Cyril Huze)

Championship Class


1st Place – Brian Kundratic/Kundratic Kustoms. Baltimore, MD. Bike Boardtracker. 2nd Place – Jeff Kessel/Independent Cycles. East Hanover, PA. Bike Hammered. 3rd Place – Denny Ritchie/MD Custom Choppers. Palmyra, PA. Bike RoadKill.

Jammer Old School Class

1st Place – Tom Keefer/Franklin Church Choppers. Dillsburg, PA. Bike WL. 2nd Place – Jack Deagazio. East Syracuse, NY. Bike Suicide Jack’s. 3rd Place- Alphonso Santiago/High Strength VTwin. Harrisburg, PA. Bike. High Strength Bobber.

RevTech Performance Class
1st Place – Jeff Carr. Mechanicsburg, PA. Bobber. 2nd Place – Darryl Myers/Vicious Cycles. Lemoyne, PA. Prostreet. 3rd Place- Vicious Cycles. Lemoyne, PA. Bike The Redneck Mono.

Modified Harley Class

1st Place – Fred Waltz/Zeke’s Place. Springmills, PA. Bike. Dealer Death. 2nd Place – Tom Keefer/Franklin Church Choppers. Dillsburg, PA. Bike Shovel Tail. 3rd Place – Bill & Shirley Raber/Hellion Custom Cycles Mechanicsburg, PA. Bike Hellion FXSTBI.

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15 Responses to “Sturgis Road Show In Harrisburg, PA (Part 3) Bike Show Winners.”


  1. 1 Bob Walker Apr 17th, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    Way to go Keefer!!!! And congratulations to all the other winners. That Knuckle was super cool and the bike of the show.

  2. 2 Jose Apr 18th, 2011 at 12:03 am

    Really like the Kundratic bike.

  3. 3 LC Fab Apr 18th, 2011 at 3:42 am

    good to go Keefer and Brian! Congrats to you both

  4. 4 Wiz Apr 18th, 2011 at 4:06 am

    Ahem, Keefer’s bike is basically stock FLATHEAD 45 two-wheeler. The white chopper looks like it’s had some hard miles on it, which I like. And the rocker just has a bunch of bolt on stuff. I shoulda entered my ’40 Flathead “74” [1940 engine {intake/exhaust been flowed, aluminum heads been milled, 3-angle valve job, “98 Evo CV carb, S&S air cleaner, K&N filter, 12-volt, solid state electrics, Batt-Pac battery, 45 high-flow oil-pump} tranny {rachet-top, 26 tooth front sprocket-49 rear, primary has Shovelhead nylon chain adjuster set-up in a TIN primary with the mounting for it welded on frame, reverse shift pattern with first up, the rest you can SLAM down, it’s quicker that way ya know}, ’54 Panhead rigid frame {with the sidehack mounts re-weld on}, ’77 Super-Glide 4” over front-end/front ‘an rear wheels with disc brakes}, Blue with Black flames/gold pin-stripe, floorboards, handmade bitch-stick with the ‘ol lady’s braided hair hangin’ off it, ’64 Chrysler speedo {don’t work, jus’ fills the hole}, Baby apes, 4 switchable blue bullets {bottom one’s are dual-element}, three do-wa ditty bags {fer yer stuff}, handmade 45 degree upsweeps with mufflers {motors run better with back-pressure}, and a lick-’em ‘an stick-’em seat. Bought it as a basket case over 35 years ago fer $700. bucks! Won second-place at the ThunderDome/Iron Horse show two years ago [of course I rode it out to Sturgis with everything I needed to survive bungied on {tent, sleepin’ bag, clothes, TOOLS/SPARE PARTS, food, water, etc.}, put on about 2,000+ miles]. You wanna talk ‘ol skool CUSTOM!! Wiz

  5. 5 mikey @ independent cycle east Apr 18th, 2011 at 7:08 am

    Congrats to all the winners and everybody else. And thanks to Custom Chrome for putting this event on in our area, hope to see you again next year

  6. 6 leston Apr 18th, 2011 at 8:35 am

    hey WIZ. Lets see the bike !

  7. 7 Tom Keefer/ Franklin Church Choppers Apr 18th, 2011 at 10:02 am

    Congrats to all the competitors at the show and thank you CCI. Wiz sounds like your bike is nice but here is a term my wife likes to say. woulda, shoulda, coulda!

  8. 8 hoyt Apr 18th, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    What traits constitute “performance” in the Performance Class”?

  9. 9 Brian Marion Apr 18th, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    Congrats to all.

    That should read “RevTech Performance Class”. Based around a RevTech engine.

  10. 10 Wiz Apr 18th, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    Yeah, I know, ya snooze ya lose! Congrats to all the winners, they’re all good lookin’ scooters. Iffin’ ya want to see the ol’ Flattie, go to my website http://www.freebirdcustommotorcycles.com ‘an hit the “Classics” button. Wiz

  11. 11 1550tc Apr 18th, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    These bike shows just leave you going WTF did the judges see and with no disrespect to the winner, Jeff’s bike should have won this show hands down!!

    IMO Kessel’s bike was in a class by itself…..Jeff has to be one of the most down to earth builders in the industry……the detail on this bike is incredible!! To me only Goldammer bikes are is in this class

  12. 12 Brian Kundratic Apr 18th, 2011 at 3:31 pm

    There was some really nice work entered into the show, congrats to everyone! It’s cool to see what people are building and what’s going on outside of my area. Thanks to Custom Chrome & the Sturgis Road Show for bringing an event like this so close to Baltimore – hope it’ll be back!

  13. 13 chaos george Apr 18th, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    Great job by all. the kundratic bike is a classic, the pics dont do it justice. those who can, do it those who cant, troll the web and tell everyone how much better they are

  14. 14 live2rideaglide Apr 19th, 2011 at 1:22 pm

    If this bike had not won , the planets would have misaligned. Ain’t enough o’s in cool to describe this beauty. It’s old but new classic and racy. Any knuckle should win anytime. We are not worthy.

  15. 15 jatinder pal Apr 21st, 2011 at 1:22 am

    Beautiful bike…..love the white chopper.

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