Bike Building Championship Of The Americas At 2015 AIMExpo. Win A Free Trip To Europe To The World Championship.

custom1For the first time in custom motorcycling history there will be a world class bike show competition at the Orlando AIMExpo (October 15-18, 2015) focused on builders from all of the Americas – from Canada to the tip of South America – that will serve as a path to compete in the 2016 World Championship in Germany..

custom3custom2Recent World Champions have been crowned from both Canada and the United States with world class entries emerging from Mexico, Columbia and Argentina.  When custom bike builders from all over the Americas meet in Orlando in October they will be competing for a coveted entry, plus expenses, to represent the Americas in the 2016 AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building.  The Championship takes place at the Intermot international motorcycle fair in Cologne, Germany in the fall of 2016.

The Championship Of The Americas will feature 4 classes based on different platforms combinations of engine and chassis configurations as opposed to catering to the style du jour. The bike show will be open to all brands of motorcycles making it a truly International competition, to all, either professional or garage builders.

The principal platform, where builders will be vying for the opportunity to move on to the World Championship is Free Style, which poses absolutely no restrictions on the builder. The other platforms are: • Retro Custom – restricts the builder to pre-1984 drivetrains • Street Custom – one of the most popular platforms (limits builders to major OEM engine and chassis configurations) • Performance Custom – does not have to be street legal and allows full competition motorcycles to compete.

Registration is open. Just go to AIMExpo Championship Of The Americas. Questions? Contact Bob Kay at 817-312-0380

6 Responses to “Bike Building Championship Of The Americas At 2015 AIMExpo. Win A Free Trip To Europe To The World Championship.”

  1. 1 Jack Deagazio Jun 21st, 2015 at 6:44 am

    It was nice to receive an invite to this show, unfortunately bike will not be finished. Good luck to all builder’s. Big thanks to Bob for all his efforts.

  2. 2 Joshua Jun 21st, 2015 at 7:27 am

    May become the best and largest v-twin bike show in the US

  3. 3 Greeko Jun 21st, 2015 at 7:28 am

    Going to Daytona Biketoberfest. So will travel to Orlando to check out these bikes.

  4. 4 Donnie Jun 21st, 2015 at 7:29 am

    Is it only American custom bikes?

  5. 5 Jay Horton's Private Shop Jun 22nd, 2015 at 9:03 am

    Hey Donnie,

    Here’s the dope:

    The show is not just for Americans or American-Made bikes. It’s for the Americas, the Western Hemisphere.

    Prepping right now and should be there in October (for a customer).

    Best. Later Jay

  6. 6 Freddie Jun 22nd, 2015 at 9:59 am

    Along the tie-in events with the Ace Café, should be a great weekend. Looking forward to it.

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