Casey Johnson is Assembling Sleds for Long Beach

Casey Johnson is bringing sleds to Long Beach

Casey Johnson is bringing sleds to Long Beach

Casey Johnson of Headcase Kustom Art is assembling a few custom sleds for the Long Beach Show. His buddy Rett will be bringing his blue BSA. Enter your sled here.

Entry Deadline – You may enter up till 2:00pm on the opening day of the show.

Load-In – Load-in is between 9:00am and 2:00pm the opening day of the show.

Ultimate Builder Classes

 

Showcase – Non-competitive Class

Each show has 3 to 5 Showcase motorcycles that are positioned at the front of the hall. Click hereto see the Showcase lineup.

FreeStyle – $2500 for 1st place

Any motorcycle frame configuration or drivetrain combination. Your imagination and resources are the only restriction. Must run, turn and stop. Cash prize of $2500 for winner, and only $150 to enter.

MOD Harley – $1500 for 1st place

Must have Harley manufactured frame and engine cases. Frame must maintain stock configuration so neck may not be cut to rake or stretch. Modified swingarms kits, fat tire conversions and weld on hard tails are acceptable. Cash prize of $1500 for win, and only $100 to enter.

Retro MOD – $1000 for 1st place

Any modified bike, with any drive train on any chassis configuration that is 25 years or older. Great class for older Harley’s where the frame was cut to rake or stretch as well as a class for Café Racers from the Ton-Up era.  Cash prize of $1000 for winner, and only $75 to enter.

MOD Street – $1000 for 1st place

This is a non-Harley Davidson street class for cruisers and mildly modified sport bikes. Must have Major OEM ie; Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Polaris, Triumph etc manufactured frame and engine cases. Harley is not allowed in this class. Frame must maintain stock configuration so neck may not be cut to rake or stretch. Modified swingarms kits, fat tire conversions and weld on hardtails are acceptable. Cash prize of $1000 for winner, and only $75 to enter.

Performance Custom – $1000 for 1st place

Race inspired styling with performance enhancing engine modifications. Any motorcycle frame configuration and drivetrain combination. Judging will be focused around engine and handling modifications. Drag racers, stretched out sport bikes, Bonneville racers and highly modified sportbikes. Cash prize of $2000 for overall winner, $1000 for each series winner, and only $75 to enter.

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