You don't have to ride a V-twin motorcycle to appreciate the artistry and craftsmanship that goes into each of the custom builds at the Grand National Roadster Show. Now in its 68th year, the GNRS was once known to hot rodders as the Oakland Roadster Show, an annual event that attracted the biggest names in the customizing world. Now held at the Pomona Fairplex in Southern California, the GNRS has become one of the longest-running indoor car and bike shows in the world. The big trophy winner this year went to "Xpression," a 2016 custom from Chip Foose Design and Reister's Rod Shop. The bike is a one-off custom that took 4,835 man-hours to build with no less than 596 custom-fabricated parts. Scroll through the gallery of photos below for a look at all of the neat customs at the 2017 Grand National Roadster Show.