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the bikes are usually grouped together in building 4, the suede palace is building 5.
British bikes are put in the metric class, don't argue with that, it won't do any good.
a British bike can't win the "America's Most Beautiful Motorcycle" award, that has to be an American bike. the best any British bike can get is "Best overall M/C".
 

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Thanks!! Thats what I was looking for.. Do they have their own awards in the suede palace for bikes? Metric class. that's crazy man. I was looking at past winners of AMBM, I don't think I would remotely have a chance anyhow just based on style. have you done a theme display before? Does anyone in the bike section, and is it worth the trek from Washington?
If you are into Hot Rods it is certainly is something you should see at least once in your life, it is a 3 day event so take some time with it, I think the only bikes allowed in the suede palace are vendor's bikes, any of the actual bikes entered in the show for judging are grouped up with all the other bikes in building 4, last year 2011 there was only about a total of 15 bikes in the show.
The main awards are for 1st and 2nd place in class, and then there are awards for Best Detail, Best Engine, Best restored, Best Race bike as well as the Best Overall Motorcycle and America's most beautiful motorcycle.
In 2010 we were lucky, we entered two bikes in the same class, and won 1st and 2nd as well as Best Detail, Best engine, and the Best Overall M/C with these bikes...
 
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