Since the competition world-class custom bike antarbuilder held by AMD (American Motorcycle Dealer) in 2004 ago, new this year builder Americans could embrace the crown champions.
Is Dave Cook of the Cook Custom Choppers at Milwaukee, Wisconsin who was in the arena of history incised AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building held last August 5 event Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the Black Hills of South Dakota as well as breaking the dominance of non-American builder.
Previous winners are achieved from outside the United namely Goldammer Cycles (Canada) in 2004-2005 and 2008, SE Service (Sweden) in 2007 and Chicara Motorcycles (Japan) in 2006.
Dave Cook was chosen to be voted upon by the world champion after fellow competitors who fight in accordance with the concept of AMD which provides the results of the assessment points from fellow competitors. By driving a Rambler, the nickname of her work, Dave Cook put aside 83 other custom bikes that come from all over the world champion in the event the results of which are affiliated with AMD Championship.
"I need three years to find designs and accessories in this Rumbler until this year could be a champion," said the man was 51 years.
Runner-up position taken another fellow American, Kris Krome of Freeland, Michigan and third place was taken Freddie "Krugger" Bertrand from Belgium.