Nick Beaulieu Named “King of Custom Motorcycle Builders”In J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show

J&P Cycles, the world’s largest aftermarket motorcycle parts and accessories retailer, celebrates the naming of a new King of Custom Motorcycle Builders, Nick Beaulieu of Windham, Maine earned this title during the J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show, which announced the winners at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Chicago on Sunday March 12th. Beaulieu’s custom bike is of the type of “naked”, monochromatic, with very unique features: a custom girder front end, an S&S Motor, pentagram wheels and some bad ass aluminum work by Ray, his car buddy. It looks like it is barely more than two wheels, a motor and a gas tank. The J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show is a seven-city showcase for custom motorcycles that featured a total of over 350 entries.


11 Responses to “Nick Beaulieu Named “King of Custom Motorcycle Builders”In J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show”

  1. 1 Jack Danbury Feb 14th, 2017 at 9:41 am

    Looking awesome.

  2. 2 Chris Feb 14th, 2017 at 10:00 am

    Congratulations, Nick. A well deserved honor for a talented young man who is also a heck of a nice guy. Way to go, bud. Cupcakes!

  3. 3 seymour Feb 14th, 2017 at 12:42 pm

    sharp looking ride

  4. 4 rebel Feb 14th, 2017 at 4:40 pm

    less is still more, nice

  5. 5 RBinTEX Feb 15th, 2017 at 10:16 am

    Very minimalist ride including the same for the clothing required to ride it.
    Nice bike, but makes you thing that clothing safety while riding is not part of the custom culture.

    If your a custom motorcycle person it makes it seem like it is OK to ride the bike with baseball cap, sunglasses, tennis shoes and shorts.

    Great for posing but not for riding.

  6. 6 Chris Feb 15th, 2017 at 11:37 am

    I will dress my bike up the way I want. If you don’t like it, big deal, you don’t get to ride it anyways.

    You can dress up your bike any way you want and if I don’t like it, big deal, I don’t get to ride it anyways.

    If some dude wants to ride his bike with his boys flapping in the breeze and water bottles tied to his feet for shoes, big deal, it’s not my skin that’ll get left on the road.

    You ride your way, I’ll ride mine. Part of what makes custom bike culture great is that folks are entitled to and will express their opinions, but as long as you mind your own business and don’t dictate to me what I should do on or with my own bike, as long as those choices don’t impact your or anybody else’s ability to enjoy their ride, then we’ll all get along just fine.

    P.S. I wear boots, leathers and a helmet when I ride. And please, don’t try to make an argument about insurance rates. The cost to me for somebody else’s accident may be on the scale of $0.01. That’s a price I’m willing to pay to make my own decisions.

  7. 7 Old biker Feb 15th, 2017 at 11:42 am

    I agree that the time has come for a new look of this younger generation. But! The look as a whole better if you also promoted a tough leather coat boots and chaps. Head gear optional. But dude, we wa t to also promote that you’ll be around a little longer than road splat. Loose the hip hop look. It cancels the talented work you do. Be the example we know you are.

  8. 8 Old biker Feb 15th, 2017 at 11:54 am

    Ok Chris I hear you load and clear. Mostly load. Loose the tood dude. You can be a bad ass on the net because your not in my neighborhood. The bike is cool. I was complimenting the work. I simply have laid a bike down before and the disappointment of the.custom work I did with the grounds help plus the injury to me and passenger was not fun. We simply want you around a little while so we might have the pleasure of someday meeting you on the road where we can further compliment your style and attitude.

  9. 9 Chris Feb 15th, 2017 at 12:58 pm

    The only attitude I’m projecting is one whereby an adult can make his own decisions about what’s best for himself. That doesn’t seem too objectionable.

  10. 10 Chris Feb 15th, 2017 at 1:04 pm

    PS Old Biker,

    You’ll note that your first comment came after mine, so understand that nothing I said had anything to do with your statement. Seems we might both have a bit of a “tood.”

    At least we both agree that the bike is a nice piece. Let’s focus on that.

  11. 11 The one in the shorts Feb 15th, 2017 at 7:21 pm

    I’m not going to lie this is pretty funny reading the comments. im assuming you would also complain about the female models being topless on a motorcycle in Easyriders magazine too because “it’s not appropriate riding gear”… if I really need to explain, the bike was at a 3 day indoor bike show in Vegas and I was on vacation and was asked to do a photo shoot next door.. Next time I’ll wear a one piece racing suit and a full face helmet To a photo shoot..lmao

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