The big winner of the International Motorcycle SUPERSHOW 2009 Canada Cup Championships, held January 2, 3, 4, 2009 at the International Centre in Toronto was announced as Steve Broyles, of Stevenson's Cycles from Wayne, Michigan for his custom bike "GL Special" entered in the SUPERSHOW's Pro Builders Class.
As the 1st Place Winner in Pro Builders, Steve was handed $12,000 in Cash along with a 6 foot trophy and also become the 2009 winner of the prestigious Canada Cup for the Finest Showbike in Canada. Not since 1996 has a U.S. bike won the competition to claim the Canada Cup.
Broyles also took 3rd place in Pro Builders with his entry named "Deuce's Wild" for an additional $3500 in Cash! "This is one of the best Shows I've entered. As it was my first time in a Canadian Show I was thrilled to be chosen as I was among a lot of great Pro Builders that had entered. I am really looking forward to coming back next year!", stated Mr. Broyles.
A complete list of the 2009 winners is available at www.supershowevents.com along with photos of the top bikes.
The North American International Motorcycle SUPERSHOW, now in its 33rd year, is the largest motorcycle consumer show in North America on 425,000 square feet of exhibit space in Seven Halls of the International Centre. Hall 1 & 2 are the Touring & Cruisers Halls, Hall 3 & 3A are the Industry Halls, Hall 4 is the Racing & Performance Hall and Hall 4A is the Classics & Vintage Hall featuring a 'Century of Motorcycles', and Hall 5 is the Choppers & Custom Bike Showcase Hall. Over 50,000 people visited the SUPERSHOW for three days of fun and 'Everything in Motorcycling!'.
For further SUPERSHOW information, photos, or the complete winners list please contact:
Hedy Hodgson, SUPERSHOW Events email@example.com (905)655-5403
About Stevenson's Cycle
Stevenson's Cycle, located in Wayne, Mich., is owned and operated by Steve Broyles Sr. and his son, Steve Broyles II. Stevenson's Cycle is known in the V-twin industry for their extensive performance and engine work. The most noted example is "Switched," and now "Deuce's Wild", bikes in which they place the front head and cylinder of a shovelhead motor on the rear and the rear head and cylinder on the front. In doing so, Stevenson's Cycle has created what is truly called one of the first, reverse flow V-Twin engines. In addition to "Switched," and "Deuce's Wild", Stevenson's Cycle has received wide spread industry recognition for several other bikes and was the Grand Prize winner of the Biker-Penthouse Biker Build Off. They have also won The Horse Backstreet Choppers Chop Off and several Easyriders bike shows. He has been featured in Easyriders, Biker, V-Twin, The Horse Backstreet Choppers, Freeway, and Wild. For more information go to www.stevensonscycle.com or call (734)641-2200