Mama Tried Present 2023! – BikeBound


Mama Tried 2023: Sno-Downside!

Mama Tried Present is likely one of the USA’s most prestigious and entertaining motorbike exhibits, hosted every year in Harley-Davidson’s very personal hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

“Mama Tried Motorbike Present is an indoor invitational that connects bikes and builders to followers and riders alike. Retaining the hearth stoked all winter lengthy. The Present options over 100 bikes from builders of all calibers—flat-tracker, hill climber, chopper, and bar hopper.”

 

Based by the trio of Warren Inheritor Jr., Scott Johnson, and Jeremy Prach, Mama Tried combines customized bikes from builders from all around the nation with the wild and great Flat Out Friday flat observe races on the evening earlier than the present — an indoor race competed on a concrete observe coated in Dr. Pepper syrup!

Dylan Chartier’s ’47 Harley Knucklehead

This 12 months, our woman on the bottom was photographer Cathy Drexler, who got down to shoot as many bikes from the present as doable, in addition to the motion from Flat Out Friday.

Flat Out Friday Goofball Class winner!

Under, you’ll discover a gallery of almost each customized bike in attendance, and highlights from Flat Out Friday 2023!

Mama Tried 2023: Customized Bikes

With out additional ado, listed here are our highlights from the present, in alphabetical order by nickname or builder — no matter was listed on the present plaque! Builders: In the event you share any of those on IG, please credit score photographer Cathy Drexler (@drex127) and @bikeboundblog.

’56: 1956 Supercharged Triumph Drag Bike

Anna Serena (@dontstop): Royal Enfield BRT Tracker

Alex McDonald: “Pink Lipstick” Royal Enfield BTR Tracker

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Novice Hour: 1971 Honda CB750

Amity Marr: 2007 Sportster

Anthony Sundell: ’64 Sportster

Asohka: ’73 Norton Commando

Billy Favata: “Creature Function” ’51 Harley FL

Billy Rodriguez: 1947 Harley FL

Blue Liner: ’49 Harley FL

Boogie Shoogie: 1978 Yamaha XS650

"Boogie Shoogie" 1978 Yamaha XS650 "Boogie Shoogie" 1978 Yamaha XS650

Brian Radmond: 1955 HD FL

 

Brian Radmond: 1955 HD FL

Brian Radmond: 1955 HD FL Brooke Betancourt: ’98 Harley 883

Candyland: ’47 Harley Knucklehead

Chris Erickson: ’92 Harley FXRS

Cody Davidson: 1946 Harley FL

Cody Davidson: 1946 Harley FL

Hazard Dan America: ’21 Harley Panamerica

Hazard Dan America: ’21 Harley Panamerica

Don Dechant & Scott Cline: “Tokyo Rose” 1970 Honda CB750

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Craig Rodsmith: “Dr. B” Ducati 916

Craig Rodsmith: "Dr. B" Ducati 916

Drag Specialties / Slyfox Efficiency: “Fatbook Cowl Bike” Street King

Duane Boatright: ’59 Harley FL

Dustin Faulkner: 2014 Hayabusa

Dylan Chartier: ’47 Harley Knucklehead

Engrave Digger: 2021 BMW R18

Eric Stein: 1967 Harley FLH

Eye Kandy: Harley Shovelhead Chopper

George Roeder: Fonzie’s Knucklehead 1947 HD EL

Gozzi: 1972 Moto Guzzi 850 Eldorado

Screamin’ Eagle: King of the Baggers 131R Racer

Heavy 66: 1969 HD Chopper

Honey Bucket: 1949 Harley Panhead

Ice Racing Sidehack: 1974 Kawasaki H2

J Ryan: 1949 Harley Panhead

Jacob Conard: 1972 HD. Shovelhead

Jeff Wright: 2022 Harley FXLRST

Jim Baaske: 1978 Harley Shovelhead

Josh Mueller: 2018 Harley Sportster Hillclimber

Junkie Chase: 1971 Harley XLCH

Kayleigh Buyck: 2022 Royal Enfield GT 650

KC: 2020 Harley FXLRS

Kevin “Educate” Baas: 1946 HD Knucklehead

Krossover Customs: Kawasaki KX500

Kullyco: KC900 1960 HD XLH

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Laura Lynne: 1998 HD Sportster

Low Down & Shifty: Icon 1000 1978 Yamaha XS650

Michael Lange: 1946 HD WR Racer

Michael Olley: 9 Finger Fabrication 1980 Harley FLH

Michael Schrickel: 1951 HD FL

Mikey Revolt: 2000 Harley Sportster

Misfit 2009 HD Avenue Glide

Mr. Fahrenheit by Craig Rodsmith & Bobby Haas: 2020 Moto Guzzi Customized

Nebraska Digger: 1965 Harley XLCH

Nick Wegner: 1954 Harley KH

Pat Patterson: 2003 Harley Sportster

Patrick Murphy 1948 HD FL

Pussy Wagon: 2003 Harley 1200 Sportster

Rodney Rankins: 1938 Harley UL

Root Cellar: 1947 Harley Knucklehead

Rudie: 1941 Revolt Customized Cycles FL

Ryan Soroko: 2006 Harley FLHTCI

Sam Rapschutz: 1978 HD Shovelhead

Sam Webber: 1950 HD EL

Scrapper Dan: 1976 Suzuki GT 750

Sideways Shakes: 1971 Yamaha DT1E

Smith Bros & Fetrow Digger: 1971 Sportster

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Tender Misfortune: 1955 HD Pan-Shovel

Velocity Kings Cycle: 1989 HD FXR

Stephanie White: 1962 HD Panhead

Supercharged Ironhead by Max Hazan: 2015 Harley Customized Ironhead

The Disciple: 1941 HD Knucklehead

The Eazy Firm: 1947 HD FL

The Graduate: 1975 Honda CB400F

Tipsy Tullip: 1961 HD Pan-Shovel

Tochtli by Cristian Sosa: 2021 Customized Douglas-Triumph

Wade Mueller: 1967 Bultaco Metralla MK2

Warlord: 1947 HD Knucklehead

Warren Inheritor Jr: 1941 HD Knucklehead

Wizard’s Mud: 1999 HD Huge Twin EVO

Flat Out Friday 2023

Boonie riders, #921 Ryam Tiedt
Girls’s Open riders #17 Chelsea Samuelson, #925 Karina Strack
Open Girls’s, #11 Hannah Lange, #44 Amanda Flanscha-Jacobson
AA(Professional) riders Ethan Rosine and Nick Johnson congratulating one another after racing
Jacob Bresette post-race
Harley Davidson’s Hooligan class, #52 Andy Clark
Boonie rider Yvette Sanchez throughout observe on the FiServ Discussion board
65/85 cc class riders Bodie Altmann (#05), Landon Banaszak (#88)
65/85 cc class riders Jack Brucks #13 (winner within the Essential), and #86 Matyx Lockwood
The quiestest class: Electrical bikes. #516 Brendan McWilliams
Open Novice riders Cody Funk (25), Ian Remington (98), Kaleb Zink (5)
Open Novice riders #309 Andrea Walsdorf, #22 Jake Drummond, #85 Robert Pretts
4-stroke 50 cc rider Ryan Ortin
Girls riders, #2 Alex McDonald
Boonie bikes #138 Corey Soderquist, #101 Kody Schultz, #14 AJ Rodriguez
AA Essential Charlotte Kainz Memorial Race winner Daniel Bromley (62) and P2 Nicholas Henderson (29)
Dave Kilkenny using Charlotte Kainz’s ’08 450
Andy Clark celebrating his Boonie Essential win by carrying a good friend round
Goofball Class
“Hulk” Goofball winner
Mac McGrew on his strategy to a Hooligan win
Riders within the AA Essential Charlotte Kainz Memorial Race: #223 Jeffery Lowery; #76 Jacob Walter, #57 Parker Lange, # 90 Brady Lange
AA Essential, eventual winner Daniel Bromley #62, Cameron Smith #34, Jeffery Lowery #223
AA predominant, popping out of Flip 2

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