First U.S. Custom King Crowned By Harley-Davidson

The 2015 U.S. Custom Kings winner was created by Yellowstone Harley-Davidson in Belgrade, Montana.
The 2015 U.S. Custom Kings winner was created by Yellowstone Harley-Davidson in Belgrade, Montana.

The king has been crowned. Alex Stewart, of Yellowstone Harley-Davidson in Belgrade, Montana, earned bragging rights and a new motorcycle-customization royalty designation – the first-ever U.S. Custom King. Stewart and his dealership’s build team assembled the winning “Next Generation Board Track Racer” as part of the inaugural Harley-Davidson Custom Kings competition.

The U.S. Custom Kings competition focused on redefining performance through the customization expertise and ingenuity of Harley-Davidson dealers throughout the country. Nearly 100 U.S. dealerships entered the bike build-off battle featuring the Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycle. The entries from finalists in each of the country’s seven markets, were voted on by their peers at the company’s recent annual dealer meeting. The six finalists vying with Stewart for the title were:

Alex Stewart, of Yellowstone Harley-Davidson in Belgrade, Montana, earned bragging rights by winning the inaugural Harley-Davidson Custom Kings competition.
Alex Stewart, of Yellowstone Harley-Davidson in Belgrade, Montana, earned bragging rights by winning the inaugural Harley-Davidson Custom Kings competition.

Led by Nick Celenza, Brian’s Harley-Davidson, Langhorne, Pa.
Led by Brett Sassaman, Harley-Davidson of Macon, Macon, Ga.
Led by Jeff Musat, Harley-Davidson of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Led by Kevin Winters, Lake Shore Harley-Davidson, Libertyville, Ill.
Led by Doug O’Neal, Loess Hills Harley-Davidson, Pacific Junction, Iowa
Led by Bruce Downs, Ray Price Harley-Davidson, Raleigh, N.C.

Yellowstone Harley-Davidson’s winning Street 750 will make its first public appearance in Milwaukee at Custom Bike Show Weekend on Sept. 5-6 at the Harley-Davidson Museum. The motorcycle, which drew inspiration from the board track racers from the 1920s and 1930s, will then move inside the Museum main lobby where it will be on display.

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To learn more about Custom Kings and the Street 750 motorcycle, visit darkcustom.com.

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