Carole Nash
Content Writer
Published: 11th April 2012

Entries are pouring in from builders all over Europe for the AMD World Championships of Custom Bike Building UK event, to be staged at The Custom Motorcycle Show at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, from 16th-17th June 2012.

Around 80 world class custom bikes are expected to enter for the annual competition, which will see two builders and their machines travel to Sturgis USA for the Grand Finals.

Entrants will compete in five classes, Freestyle, Modified Harley, Daily Ride, Period Chopper in the traditional style and Streetfighter styled Performance Custom, for a place in the final and the competition is already looking fierce.

Current Freestyle entries include bikes from Conrad Boyd, Scot Davis, Rob Bowyer and Exmoor Customs, Twizzle Customs, Enrica De Sena of Boss Performance Motorcycles Germany, David Smith, Louise Satturley, Northants V Twin, Sergio Bayarri Moore of Sbay Motor Company Spain, Shane Hayter, Terry Holmes and Alan Clarke.

Ocean Events, promoters of the competition, have put up £5,000 towards the costs of transporting the winning Freestyle class bike, along with flights and accommodation expenses for its builder. Harley Davidson UK Ltd has also put up £5,000 Sturgis prize money for travel, transport and accommodation for the winner of the Modified Harley class.

For more information about the show, and to enter your bike into the AMD World Championships of Custom Bike Building (UK Affiliate Event) at Beaulieu,

Exhibitors at the Beaulieu show include Lamb Engineering, who will be showing a fine collection of award winning customs, the Harley Davidson Riders Club of GB, featuring some amazing machines, Rocket Bobs and 8 Ball Custom Paint.

The Custom Motorcycle Show is at Beaulieu, home of the National Motor Museum from 16-17th June 2012. Open from 10am – 5pm on both days.