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Design Worx Customs Heads to NYC IMS

Design Worx Customs

Design Worx Customs Heads to NYC IMS
Design Worx Customs

Design Worx Customs, New Jersey’s preeminent custom motorcycle shop, is heading north to New York City for the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows tour stop at the Javits Center, December 11-13. They will be displaying four brand-new baggers and a ground-up custom Pro-Street.

“We’ve really been looking forward to the International,” says Chris Freda, Design Worx Customs owner. “We’ve got five completely new builds to show, and it’s some of our best work to date.”

Based out of Monmouth Junction, N.J., Design Worx Customs has been building award-winning bikes for over ten years and hopes to continue their recent string of bike-show success in New York–they just received the Editor’s Choice Award at Daytona’s Baddest Bagger competition and showed well at Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show.

The Progressive® International Motorcycle Shows® series is the world’s largest motorcycle show tour, and the U.S. portion of the tour features dates in cities from coast to coast. Dozens of amateur and professional custom builders compete in different classes for cash, prizes and awards at each tour stop. The New York show is one of the biggest, with over 50,000 people expected to attend over the show’s three days.

About Design Worx Customs

Located in Monmouth Junction, NJ, Design Worx Customs is a family-owned shop that has been building award-winning custom bikes for over a decade. From mild to wild, Design Worx offers a wide variety of design options and the best, most personalized custom-bike experience in the business. Design Worx builds true ground-up customs–not production versions. They offer custom exhausts and wicked paint jobs and do all custom sheetmetal and fabrication in-house. In addition to custom work, Design Worx offers full V-twin service and makeovers, including fat tire kits, detailing and upgrades. Design Worx Customs also sells and installs parts and accessories. Check them out online at

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