Harley-Davidson’s The No Show Winners

The No Show Podium

Harley-Davidson’s week-long online motorcycle show featured 60 builders from 10 countries.

June 21st marks the end of Harley-Davidson Motor Company’s first-ever week-long motorcycle show hosted on the brand’s Instagram page that featured builders invited by Harley-Davidson and the postponed Mama Tried, Congregation Vintage Bike & Car, and Born-Free motorcycle shows. After seven days of custom motorcycles being rolled out from 60 builders from across the world ranging in style, era, and geography, three standout builds are claiming titles.

Each awarded builder has set the bar in creating a custom bike that is fine-tuned, distinctively their own, and creatively designed. While they are all celebrated for their achievements in ingenuity, artistry, self-expression, and ability to pave a new road in customization, one winner was chosen in one of three categories.

Media Choice Award: Ben Zales of Burbank, California took the Media Choice Award with his custom 1963 Harley-Davidson Panhead motorcycle.

Harley-Davidson's The No Show Winners

Ben “The Boog” Zales | The No Show

H-D Styling & Design Award: The H-D Styling & Design Award went to Michael Lange of Waukesha, Wisconsin for his customized 1921 Harley-Davidson Banjo Two-cam Board Track Racer.

Harley-Davidson's The No Show Winners

Michael Lange | The No Show

Harley-Davidson Museum Award: Christian Newman of Buffalo, New York, received the Harley-Davidson Museum Award for his ultra-narrow, all stainless-steel custom 1940 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead motorcycle that he designed and fabricated.

Harley-Davidson's The No Show Winners

Christian Newman | The No Show


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