Rides, Rallies and Events Recap

2013 All-American Motorcycle Show - Awards Ceremony

Written by  March 1, 2013

Below are the winners of the 2013 All-American Motorcycle Show - Awards Ceremony, and make sure to also check out our Awards Ceremony Video (1 of 2) and Awards Ceremony Video (2 of 2)



Antiques

2nd – Wayne Keeler

1st – Wayne Kozak



V-Rod

2nd – Randy VanMeter

1st – Danny Clark



Ladies

2nd – Kate West

1st – Kristi Stennet



Dresser Mild

2nd – Anthony Hollinger III

1st – Joe Rooney



Dresser Street

2nd – Jeremy Nash

1st – Kent Byers



Sportster Mild

2nd – Tim Childers

1st – Tony VanMeter



XL Radical

2nd – Tony VanMeter

1st – John Sparks



Softail Mild FX

2nd David Reid

1st – John Shram



Softail FX Street

2nd – Hellraisers fabrication- Wayne Dilday Sr.

1st – Steve Miller



Softail FL Mild

2nd – Nicholas Wampler

1st – Charlie Cook



Softail FL Street

2nd – Tony McMackin

1st-Ted Haase



Dyna FX Mild

1st Rick Trumble



Dyna FX Street

1st – Roger Taylor



Pre Evo Mild

1st – Steve Miller





Big Twin Radical – Rigid

2nd –Chris Butterfield

1st – Ken Orem



Big Twin Radical Softail

1st – John Rodecap



Production Custom

2nd – Roger Lumley

1st – Kevin McCarthy



Trike

1st – Forrest Oneal



Antique Custom

2nd – Mark Kozak

1st – Mark Kozak



Big Twin Radical Rubber

1st – John Sparks



Dresser Full

2nd – Ron Shryock

1st – Turkey Creek-Kevin Berry



Ultimate Bagger Mild

2nd – Dan Dalrymple

1st – Donnie Houk



Ultimate Bagger Radical

2nd – Turkey Creek – Paul Harper

1st – Turkey Creek – Denny Smith





Best Engine: Kevin McCarthy

Best Paint: Donnie Houk

Best Display: Ron Shryock

Best of Show: Turkey Creek- Denny Smith



(Team Gail’s) Employee Bikes

3rd – Aaron West

2nd – Robin Thiem

1st – Chris Cardello

Stripe

Photojournalist/Account Representative - Kansas City, MO

Dave Baxter, a.k.a. Stripe joined our staff in December, 2003, as a photojournalist. If that road name sounds familiar, you may have seen his photos on the pages of such publications as American Iron, V Twin, VQ, In the Wind, and Easyriders. Stripe attends as many rallies, bike shows, and charity runs as he can and is a major contributor of photos and articles to our magazine. His first assignment was our January, 2004, cover photo, where he snapped the awesome photo of a 1958 Harley-Davidson Duo Glide. A rider since the age of 14, he loves to help and encourage new riders. Stripe enjoys meeting new people and looks forward to catching many of our readers in the viewfinder of his digital camera. Contact Stripe at stripe@cycleconnections.com