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'top draw' custom bikes at kickback

Custom show Kickback held the national championships at Stoneleigh Park on 1/2 April, with 70 finalists competing in six classes.

First place in the Freestyle Class (sponsored by 100% Biker) was awarded to James Rogers for his gorgeous Triumph ‘bobber’ pictured below.

Winner of the Young Builder Class to celebrate “up and coming” engineers was won by Owen Fletcher with his exceptional Triumph chopper.

Cafe Racer (sponsored by SDoc 100 Motorcycle Care) was won by David Lawes and his exquisite Honda.

Performance Custom (sponsored by Worldwide Bomber mag) was won by Andy Hiscock for an exceptional Kawasaki.

Old School Bobber was won by Phil Knapton with his special Triumph.

Best Tracker Style was won by Paul Radcliffe for his stripped back Triumph.

The “overall” Best in Show award (sponsored by Bike Dryers) was won by Shaun for his Aprilia powered engineering masterpiece.

Organisers say the quality of craftsmanship was “right out of the top draw, some stunning custom bikes, sensational fabrication, mind-blowing design coupled with some perfect engineering skills”.

The judging panel comprised Vic and Lin Jefford, Paul Milbourn, Stu Garland, Dave Manning, Dave Solomon and Ben Hall.

A further 60 invitational showcase bikes were displayed and more than 40 traders had stands.

Next up it’s The Cheltenham Festival of Bikes, put this in your diary Sunday 24 September inside the main hall at Cheltenham Racecourse.

And on 1 May the new Kickback online store will go live.

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