Hot Bike’s Speed and Style Fabrication Showdown goes to Harley-Davidson headquarters

Hot Bike’s Speed and Style Fabrication Showdown went to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to meet with Harley-Davidson’s Mike Lowney.

Jeff G. Holt, editor in chief of Hot Bike magazine met up with Director of Market Outreach, Mike Lowney at Harley-Davidson’s famed Juneau Ave. headquarters to discuss H-D’s involvement with the Speed & Style Fabrication Showdown. Mike Also speaks candidly regarding the six builders and their personal involvement and ongoing relationships with each their local Harley dealerships.

The build-off is officially underway and we will be meeting back up with all of the Speed and Style builders to see their progress weekly. You can follow the hashtag #HotBikeSpeedAndStyle on your favorite social media channel for all of the action!

About the Speed and Style Fabrication Showdown

The Hot Bike Speed & Style fabrication showdown is a build-off that is powered by Harley-Davidson in conjunction with the Born-Free motorcycle show. Combining both contemporary style with refined performance the six builders and their bikes will be completed and judged upon at the Born-Free motorcycle show, the Sturgis 75th anniversary Black Hills Rally, and all five days of the Hot Bike Tour, with the winner being crowned as the ultimate master of both show and go.

The Speed & Style Builders are:

Matt Harris of 40 Cal Customs

Brandon Holstein of Brawny Built

Chip Kastelnik of San Diego Customs

Jasin Phares of Harold's USA

Pat Patterson of Led Sled Customs

Andy Carter of Pangea Speed

Harley Davidson's Mike Lowney and Hot Bike editor in chief Jeff G. Holt

Mike Lowney , Director of Market Outreach for Harley-Davidson

Harley-Davidson Headquarters in Milwaukee

Harley-Davidson Headquarters in Milwaukee