Last week we published the first half of the photos of the best custom motorcycles at the 2011 Custom Chrome Europe Dealer Show that took place last month in Mainz, Germany. See the photos of the rest of the winners below in RevTech Performance and Jammer Old School Class. We also included photos of the winners of special awards.
RevTech Performance Class
First in the RevTech Performance class was a custom sidecar motorcycle named “Prometheus.”
Custom-Wolf, another German shop, won the third place in this class. For their lowrider called “5 Years,” Custom-Wolf handcrafted their own frame and used a 100-cubic-inch engine and a Marzocchi fork.
Jammer Old School Class
“Union,” a custom bike built by Abnormal Cycles, Italy won the first place in Jammer Old School class. “Union” was also the winner in Modified Harley Class.
Second place in the Jammer Old School class went to French builders School Bar Atelier with their bike “Springer Revival.”
A rebuilt 500 cc Triumph won the third place. The bike was created by TMT Moto from the Czech Republic.
Public Choice Award
Show visitors were given the opportunity to vote for their favorite custom bike. They chose “V-Rocker” by Bike Project, Germany.
Special Award for Styling and Finish
“Madame Guzzi,” a customized 1979 Moto Guzzi motorcycle, was handcrafted by Adam Nestor from Sweden. Adam’s intricate craftsmanship won him the special award for styling and finish.
Special Award for Fine Technique
This hillclimbing racer by German builder Uwe Ehinger is called “Snow Racer.” It has a Harley-Davidson frame. Its engine is a combination of 1936 VLH and 1946 Harley-Davidson parts.
Special Award: Best Bagger
Bela Börden, a Swiss custom-bike builder known for his perfectionism, won the special award for best bagger with his creation “Coffee Shop.” The bike features a Battistini rotor, Ness/Battistini front wheel, welded on extensions, Ness bags with rear fender cover, and more.
Special Award for Innovation
The „Uno-nove-nove R“ (199R) was named after its weight, which is below 200 kg—an innovative drop in weight for a V-twin custom bike. The machine was built by Mario Colombo of Asso Special Bike, Italy.