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Born-Free 10 coverage pt.2 - Invited Builders





Congrats Dave Barker for 'Best Panhead'




 Matt Olsen with 'Best Bobber'




 Mark Atkins




 Max Schaaf




 Doug & Kelley Haifley




 Chase Stopnik




 Vincent Summers




 Duane Ballard got 'Best Japanese'




 Kyle Edgar took home 3rd Place Builder's Choice




 Jeff Leighton




 Patrick Tilbury





 Justin Walls seized the coveted 'Best in Show' 




 Toshiyuki Osawa




 Josh Allison with the 'Born-Free Award'





 Ryan Mullion with 'Best Paint'


 'Best Shovelhead' went to Chris Graves and his amazing bike!

 


Dayten Likness took home 'Best Chopper'





 Hawke' Lawshe took home 'Best Knucklehead' and also 1st place Builder's Choice




 Ryan Grossman aka: Vintage Dreams




 Ben Boog




 Mick Evangelista




 Scratch Woodley 









Josh Sheehan taking out very own 'Founders Pick' award





 Ivan Snodgrass




Shawn Long took home 'Best Pre Unit' 

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