Custom Bike Showdown
The Sydney Motorcycle Show will host the final installment of the 2007 East Coast Custom Australian Custom Bike Championships (ACBC), presented by Heavy Duty Magazine and AuSFR, with the grand prize winners set to be revealed
The Sydney Motorcycle Show will host the final installment of the 2007 East Coast Custom Australian Custom Bike Championships (ACBC), presented by Heavy Duty Magazine and AuSFR, with the grand prize winners set to be revealed. Following considerable success at the Brisbane and Melbourne exhibition events, the championship will head to Sydney’s Olympic Park from November 2-4, where a points-based process will decide the state and national winners.
Entries in the sports bike and chopper/cruiser classes have entertained tens of thousands of enthusiasts from Queensland and Victoria to date, with incredible custom modifications and dazzling paint jobs taking home top prizes. The East Coast Custom ACBC will take pride of place at the Sydney Showground, with three dedicated areas to showcasing entries from around the country. The final judging will take place on Saturday morning, with winners to be presented with prizes at the Western QBE Stage and Screen at midday. Mark Petersen of Exhibition and Trade Fairs said entries were still being accepted and urged bike builders to enter their pride and joy to have a chance at taking home a trophy.
“The Sydney Motorcycle Show is fast approaching and this is the final stage of judging for the East Coast Custom Australian Custom Bike Championships,” said Petersen. “We have received some incredible entries so far, with hundreds of hours of dedication and workmanship put in. There is still a chance for bike builders to enter at the Sydney event, with great exposure to be had.”
The national class winners will pocket a handy bonus of $1000, with thanks to AuSFR (sports bikes) and Heavy Duty Magazine (custom/chopper). Interested bike builders can contact Cliff Stovell on 0407 464 084 for further details about the East Coast Custom ACBC