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#BikerLive Episode Guide

posted: 04/16/14

Episode Six: Nor Cal

Premiere: Mon June 16 10/9c

In Northern California, three motorcycle builders are given $15,000 and 5 weeks to build their dream bike. Rick from RKB Kustom Speed is a racecar builder looking to make a name for himself in the custom bike world, but does he have what it takes to compete with the best?

Brian at TPJ Customs has built a reputation for creating one-off pieces of art, but with only five weeks to complete the build, the pressure is on.

Paul from Binford's Custom Cycles has big plans to destroy the competition, but his ambitious design proves to be too much for his crew to handle, and they're forced to make changes that could cost them the win.

It's a race to the finish as America votes on who will win #BikerLive!

More: Music from this episode.

Episode Five: Southwest

Premiere: Mon June 9 10/9c

Out in Arizona, 3 different motorcycle shops are given $15,000 and 5 weeks to build their dream bike.

Justin Coleman and his team at Torch Industries are looking to blend two of his best motorcycles, but might not have the gear to pull it off.

Over at Baggers INC, Nick Bayette has a dream to build a Baggers INC version of the first bike his dad built, but his crew's ideas create unneeded tension.

And at Shanks Garage, Eric and his friend Chris are building a boardtrack-style bike in a 3-car garage, but a last minute personnel change puts finishing the bike in jeopardy.

The competition is fierce, but only one shop will win #BikerLive.

Meet the Builders: Torch Industries | Baggers, INC. | Shank's Garage

Gallery: See the finished bikes!

More: Music from this episode.

Episode Four: Rust Belt

Premiere: Mon June 2 10/9c

Three backyard builders from The Rust Belt are given $15,000 and 5 weeks to build their dream bike.

Andy from Porky's Chopper Co. is used to building bikes by himself, but to get this build done in time, he'll have to bring in some friends -- and keep sparks from flying.

Pat at Led Sled Customs has spent the past 10 years building a successful motorcycle parts manufacturing company, and is out to prove he still has what it takes to build a badass motorcycle.

Jesse from Raw Iron Choppers is one of the youngest builders in the state and is convinced he can beat out any shop but his cocky attitude may cost them the competition.

It's a race to the finish, with all three builders standing by LIVE as America votes on who built the best bike in the Rust Belt!

Meet the Builders: Porky's Chopper Co. | Led Sled Customs | Raw Iron Choppers

Watch Videos: Find out what the Porky's Chopper Co. crew thinks of owner Andy's perfectionist approach. The guys from Raw Iron Choppers blow off some steam. And Led Sled Customs hires a pinup artist for their build.

Gallery: See the finished bikes!

More: Music from this episode.

Episode Three: Lone Star State

Premiere: Mon May 26 10/9c

In the Lone Star State, 3 wildly different shops are given $15,000 and 5 weeks to build their dream bike.

The boys of Bacon's Speed Shop are some down-home country boys, working out of Dad's garage to build a sport-bike with a Harley motor...but they may not have what it takes to face their competition.

Chris Eder and his crew at Misfit Industries may have high-end gear, but their attention to detail and an injured leader could result in an unfinished bike.

At Houston Retro Bobbers, Adrian and his paint-expert, Czar, come to blows, and their disagreements may cost them the competition.

It's anybody's game as America votes on who built the best bike in the Lone Star State.

Meet the Builders: Bacon's Speed Shop | Houston Retro Bobbers | Misfit Industries

Watch Videos: The guys from Bacon's Speed Shop talk some trash about their competition. The Houston Retro Bobbers crew gets their bike ready for paint and engraving. Chris and the Misfit Industries team are under the gun to finish on time.

Gallery: See the finished bikes!

More: Music from this episode.

Episode Two: Tarheel State

Premiere: Mon May 19 9/8c

Three backyard motorcycle builders from the Tar Heel State of North Carolina have $15,000 and 5 weeks to build their dream bike.

Zach and Jake from Prism Motorcycle Co. are brothers who have to juggle working full time jobs while chasing their dream of building bikes for a living.

Jim at Combat Cycles is a retired Marine who, along with his team of baby boomers, builds bikes out of whatever happens to be lying around.

Joey from Backyard Baggers is a big talker with big plans for this competition, but once the work starts, he begins to wonder if he has bitten off more than his crew can chew.

It's a race to the finish, with our motorcycle builders standing by LIVE as America votes on who built the best bike from the Tar Heel State.

Meet the Builders: Prism Motorcycles | Combat Cycles | Backyard Baggers

Watch Videos: Jake and the Prism crew talk some trash about the competition. Jim and the Combat Cycles crew like to scrounge for parts, but it's not always worth it. Backyard Baggers call on the power of caffeine to get them through their build.

Gallery: See the finished bikes!

More: Music from this episode.

Episode One: Heart of Dixie

Premiere: Mon May 12 10/9c

In #BikerLive's premiere, 3 backyard motorcycle builders from the Heart of Dixie are given $15,000 and 5 weeks to build their dream bike.

Chad and Matt from Shop 102 are best friends who have the passion to succeed but can't start their bike without setting it on fire.

To finish his motorcycle work of art, Nate from Harlot Cycles is a perfectionist who butts heads with his team as he works them tirelessly through sleepless nights.

Matt and his dad from 40 CAL have been building bikes as a hobby and are now desperate to turn their passion into a business.

At the 11th hour, problems with the assembly increase fears of not finishing their bike on time, which threatens to squash a lifelong dream. It's a battle to the finish as our motorcycle builders standby LIVE as America votes on who built the best bike from the Heart of Dixie.

Meet the Builders: Harlot Cycles | 40 Cal | Shop 102

Watch Videos: Shop 102's Chad Pecchi gets a very special tattoo. The crew from 40 Cal check out their competition. Nate and the guys from Harlot Cycles feel the pressure.

Gallery: See the finished bikes!

More: Music from this episode.

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