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Born-Free 10 coverage pt. 1






The 1968 Shovelhead giveaway bike built by the Prism boys.






Anthony Robinson and his Triumph that took home 'Best British'; he was also a Show Class People's Champ Six contestant



Markland and his rad knucklehead



Dean-o lining them up in the morning







The DicE Magazine booth in full-force




Grant









Lots of people out for the SDC FXR & Open show.






Giveaway ticket seller extraordinaire, Elizabeth  




This thing was working all day!






Ryan, killing it




Chris and his killer Shovel





Another one of the Show Class People's Champ Six finalists. Shamus Mathers





Shamus Mathers





From the morning until an hour before the gates closed there was bikes cruising in from all over... this guy rode here from Australia, no joke. 





Killer Pan!




All types and styles of custom bikes were rolling onto the grass!






Flatty









Neat, simple, traditional... just right






The grass area becomes it's own show



Another Panhead comin' through 



It's fun to sit by the grass pass gates and see all the different bikes go by






A rider with some style to it




The dugdiggler himself




Easy-Beans cruising in strong





Killer style!



Bikes lined up as far as the eye could see!


This guy was cruising into the SDC show!






Sportsters, baggers, choppers, all the names...





Nailed it!



This pair was too rad!




The more the merrier!



One of the line-ups over in the SDC area





SDC brought out a huge display of insane builds



The live music was going all day



Born-Free




More live music over at the DicE Magazine stage!




Gettin' it









Suicide Machine Co showing off some Hooligan race bikes





Babes slangin' paletas





Babes drinkin' beer





Looks like there's a Sportster hiding under all that impressive bodywork 







His first custom motorcycle show






The live music was non-stop!

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Playing with the giveaway bike






Who doesn't love old race bikes?


This thing is roasted (literally) but still riding out to the show. Unarguably a chopper 



"Coming through!"



Joe Kerivan's dope Panhead

Dave Polgreen rode his clean FXR out to the show



The worst tattoo competition popped off. We're thinking the 1 year of 805 Beer prize was more than enough incentive to make the competition tough!



Chris helping judge the worst tattoo 



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The crowd eager to find out who won builders choice and who is taking home the 1968 Shovelhead


One last look before that winning ticket is pulled!





Mikey from SDC giving some recognition to the bikes in the FXR & Open show




Getting ready to announce Builder's Choice



3rd Place, Kyle from Leadfist Cycles with his incredible Triumph










2nd Place went to Dayten Likness with his super bad-a '66 Shovelhead






1st Place and the trip to  Mooneyes Hot Rod Custom Show in Japan is Hawke Lawshe' of Vintage Technologies, congrats!




A random special guest from the crowd was chosen to come pick the giveaway ticket for the 1968 Shovelhead


Jake and Zach from Prism came up to talk a little bit about the bike they built for the giveaway


Congratulations to Paul Kuvelis for taking home the incredible '68!









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