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March 25th Phönix-Halle Mainz/Germany 

Classes and Rules



Championship Class, Powered by...



The Championship Class is the premier class at all Custom Chrome International Bike Show Series events. This class features one off custom bikes, with no strings or rules of design attached. There are no limitations or structure of the entries in this class. The Championship Class is a showcase for true fusion design where the motorcycle builders are free to explore and push the boundaries of what makes a custom motorcycle. The bike must be entered by the builder.

Modified Harley Class, Powered by...



In the Modified Harley class the frame and motor must be original equipment from Harley-Davidson. This includes all Screamin’ Eagle and special equipped bikes from the factory or any year or model. Any modification may be made to the frame, motor or sheet metal. The engine cases must remain original equipment, however any modification to the cylinders and heads may be made. Use of aftermarket or custom parts is acceptable. The bike must be entered by the builder.

Jammer Old School Class, Powered by...


The Jammer Old School Class is for bikes that represent the retro and old school lifestyle. The Jammer Old School Class is focused on bikes built with retro styling and motors. Any frame or drivetrain may be used that keeps the Old School theme to the bike. Motors should be of vintage or retro style platform. Any fabrication is acceptable to the motor, frame, sheet metal or components. Use of aftermarket or custom parts is acceptable in the Original Old School Class. The bike must be entered by the builder.

RevTech Performance Class, Powered by...


The RevTech Performance Class is for bikes built around any platform of RevTech motor. Any modification can be made to frame, motor, sheet metal or components in the RevTech Performance Class. Use of aftermarket or custom parts is acceptable. The bike must be entered by the builder.




Event Notes

No additional display items or props are allowed to be used or shown with the bike. This includes but is not limited to mirrors, trophies, turn tables, lights, pictures, posters, magazines, models or for sale signs.
Supplied CCIBSS bike tech spec sheet must be completed and returned to show management 14 days prior to event.
Show management reserves the right of final decision on bike classification entries.


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