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When you're tasked with transforming stock motorcycles into mechanical works of art, $3,000 isn't a lot of money with which to accomplish the feat, but that is the challenge the teams on this competition series face. In each episode, two teams of three builders are given three days and the $3,000 to show what they can do as they aim to make the motorcycles as nice as possible under the given constraints. The contestants must work together for 72 hours and use their creativity to bring the bikes to life. When the three days are up, the creations are tested and evaluated by the judges, who include head judge Roland Sands, Michael Woolaway and Alan Stulberg. After testing the bikes, the judges crown the winning team.

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David Mucci's Draft Studio from Chicago and Michael Mundy's Steel Bent Customs from Tampa, Fla., tackle the 72-hour challenge of customizing a new bike with computer-driven mechanics.

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