Photo Gallery: Custom Motorcycles at the 2015 Grand National Roadster Show

A look at the GNRS America’s Most Beautiful Motorcycle winner

The Grand National Roadster Show is one of the world’s longest-running indoor custom car shows where the two most coveted awards are presented: America’s Most Beautiful Roadster and America’s Most Beautiful Motorcycle. Bikes vying for the trophy in the center of the display range from mint restored classics to full custom choppers, bobbers and competition-style bikes. Although GNRS is primarily a show for rods and custom cars, you can always count on a small but noteworthy gathering of unique motorcycles. Click through the gallery above for the two-wheeled highlights of the 2015 show.

1981 Kawasaki Z440 LTD-A, owned by Todd White, a tool designer for K&N Engineering. Any guesses why he calls this bobber his "Lunch Box Special?"
It started out as a 1970 Honda CB750. Now this Kiyo's Garage creation competes in the Asian Custom class.
2015 America's Most Beautiful Motorcycle: John Haprov's Harley-Davidson Panhead chopper built by Dominic and Dylan Mingirulli and painted by the owner, John "the Harpoon" Haprov. The 74-inch Pan sits in a 1956 straight-leg frame with a 1947 Springer front end.
We can appreciate the countless hours of engraving that went into Gilbert Martus' 2003 Harley-Davidson Softail Springer.
Joel Johnson's 1955 BMW R 25/3 250cc "Drakkar"
1958 Harley-Davidson custom trike owned by Jaime Noteboom
This 1952 Triumph Thunderbird was built and painter by owner Bryan Thompson.
Born Free co-founder Grant Peterson was in the house promoting Born Free 7. Visit the video section of MotorcyclistOnline for an exclusive feature on the Born Free chopper show.
1956 Triumph custom owned by Mike Davis.
K&N Engineering's RSD Harley-Davidson Softail
The "Conquistador" is a 1957 Triumph custom trike built by invited Born Free builder The Tiger Shack for owner Ryan Mullion.