Kingston, N.Y. April 1—Woodstock Harley-Davidson announces its Top 16 status in the Harley-Davidson Motor Company’s National Custom Kings Competition. All dealerships in the United States were invited to participate in this National Competition. Parameters were set and the bike to be transformed was chosen. Woodstock Harley-Davidson built a one-off bike they named, The Iron 883 All Road.
Harley-Davidson executives had the task of taking all entries into consideration and choosing the Top 64 for the final rounds of voting, which would be done by the general public.
Woodstock Harley-Davidson made the first cut starting at Top 64; was then voted through the top 32 and finished in the Top 16 of all entries. Quite an accomplishment for a dealer of this size and the time constraints the team was under, as they were also building the 75th Anniversary Daytona Bike Week bike.
We congratulate the team for such an outstanding job and achievement in the world of Custom Motorcycles. We honor the talents of Greg Platkin, Dennis Mc Loughlin, Glen Helsey and the team at Woodstock Harley-Davidson. You can view the bike and trophy, at the dealership, during hours of operation.