Best Of Custom Chrome Europe Bike Show At European Bike week In Austria

0ChampFollowing a week of great sunny weather, of riding and partying, the Custom Chrome Europe Ride-In Bike Show exceeded all expectations with 62 participants. The CCE show is one of the highlights of European Bike Week at Faak. Craftsmanship and manufacturing quality of all bikes exhibited was outstanding. And the winners are…(Photography @ H. Roesler)

Championship Class (featured below)
1 “Green Chicano” by Lycan Customs, Dubai/UAE (2 x 30 Inch wheel front and rear!)
2 “Full Moon” by Dreamachines, Ljubijana/Slovenia
3 “Unique Thirty” by Engels-Schmiede, Uetersen/Germany// MOTOR BIKE EXPO VERONA 2016 Invitation

Modified Harley Class
1 “Skoal Bandit” by CCCP, Malters/Switzerland //MOTOR BIKE EXPO VERONA 2016 Invitation
2 “Brougham” by One Day Machine, Staufenberg/Germany
3 “GP-1” by NLC/Willibald Hergeth, Kufstein/Austria

RevTech Performance
1 “199 RS” by ASB – Asso Special Bike, Carlo Colombo, Italy Bosisio Parini/Italy
2 “ZZ Titanium” by Schrammwerk, Boernsen/Germany
3 “Der Monarch” by Bobber Garage, Vaduz/Lichtenstein

Jammer Old School
1 „Wasabi“ by PDF Motociclette, Bergamo/Italy
2 “’47 Knuckle Special” by Pius Schnyder, Luzern/Switzerland
3 “Pantastic” by Reinhard Schreiner, Eggenstein/Germany

1 Lilly by Garage 65/Marco Cinquini,  Viareggio/Italy
2 “Avatara” by Maly HD, Wieliczka/Poland
3 “The Rock” Starchoppers 68/Torsten Schulz, Elmshorn/Germany

1  “Nimrod” by Caferacer-Manufacture, Szydkowiec/Poland
2 “Kofferschwein” by Pride Custom/Sven Eckhard, Neuenhagen/Germany
3 “Avatar” by PM-Performance/Patrick Meyer, Aspi/ Switzerland

Sportster Engine
1 “Komitis” Sportster by Panagiatis Stawropoulos, Athen/Greece
2 “Aviator” by Hrvoje Lazic, Zagrab/Croatia
3 “Materia” by G&M Factory, Sommarive del Bosco/Italy

7 Responses to “Best Of Custom Chrome Europe Bike Show At European Bike week In Austria”

  1. 1 Rob B> Sep 15th, 2015 at 11:12 am

    I can’t wait until this “Big Wheel” craze goes the way of the 300 rear tire. There are some really nice bikes with some awesome craftsmanship, and then that giant front wheel just takes away from all the other work that is done.

  2. 2 Emmett Sep 16th, 2015 at 8:04 am

    I with Rob B on this one. Nice work, none of them rideable except maybe for the blonde trophy girl.

  3. 3 Blackmax Sep 16th, 2015 at 6:08 pm

    Faaker see is on the bucket list
    And Big front wheels will eventually go the way of te 300 rear tire
    but as long as people want them & keep asking for them
    somebody (everybody) will keep building them

  4. 4 Mike Sep 17th, 2015 at 12:02 am

    26″ and 28″ wheels are old school. Everything comes back around eventually. Taller wheels on motorcycles aren’t going away again anytime soon. Same thing happened 30 years ago in the custom car world. Only it wasn’t a fad, it was a paradigm shift. Now, your wife’s SUV is rolling on 22s, and nobody even notices.

  5. 5 Dave Smith Sep 17th, 2015 at 3:48 pm

    What front wheels ???

  6. 6 mark richardson Sep 20th, 2015 at 11:38 pm

    The guys here in Phoenix Az. are running 32 inch wheels on the front of there bikes…

  7. 7 Bean're Sep 21st, 2015 at 9:48 am

    Custom Chrome Europe is a great company with an even better staff. Love them and their events.
    In a related note, I’ve been running a Renegade 23″ front wheel and a Metzler 888 front wheel. I love the combination and after running it for 75,000 miles in 2 years, I am a very happy with the performance

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