Florida Motorcycle Expo & Bike Builders Invitational. Feb. 17-18 In Clearwater.

c64p5298There is another reason to complete your new custom bike before Daytona Bike Week. The 2017 Florida Motorcycle Expo & Bike Builders Invitational organized by Florida Full Throttle Magazine is set for February 17-18 in Clearwater. The event eatures numerous activities, contests, exhibitor booths, live music and the Bike Builder Invitational that showcases top custom motorcycles.

The Builders Invitational bikes are located inside one enormous, climate controlled tent along with numerous vendors There is also one major outside stage “The Jagermeister” stage that feature Tampa Bay’s top bands.

clearwaterThe Bike Builder Invitational has grown into one of the major motorcycle events during winter. The overall champion will tak home $5,000 and the Grand Champion trophy (Superbowl type ring), plus separate class winners pocketing $1,000 each for a total of $10,000 in total cash prizes. There are numerous runner-up prizes that include paint jobs, parts and supplies for the winners.

Bike builders register HERE. Vendors HERE. Sponsors HERE.

4 Responses to “Florida Motorcycle Expo & Bike Builders Invitational. Feb. 17-18 In Clearwater.”

  1. 1 tony cianci Dec 27th, 2016 at 10:11 am

    THANK YOU CYRIL!!! You are the man!!!

  2. 2 Steve Carr Dec 27th, 2016 at 9:01 pm

    Must say,

    I have attended, competed and been a fan of this event since 2006. It’s a great event, run by great people. If you have never been, it’s a great 3 day event with tons of things to do in the Tampa Bay area.

    2 Thumbs up!

    Steve Carr

  3. 3 Aloha Terry Dec 28th, 2016 at 8:26 am

    Always a great time and a sea of nice bike to look at and enjoy.

  4. 4 Hollerin Dec 31st, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    I think this the same outfit that put on the Penn-Ohio Full Throttle Expo in Sharon PA last summer. They advertised in print and on the event web site to pay CASH for class winners in the motorcycle show – and skipped out without paying up. Their fleeing vehicle had FLA pates on it.

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