The Flying Piston Presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys Hosts Stars of the Buffalo Chip’s Motorcycles As Art Exhibition at Exclusive Charity Breakfast
Join custom builders and industry luminaries for a Meet & Greet benefit breakfast. The exhibit features work of over 40 builders and artists who demonstrate incredible passion. And they builders are coming to the breakfast!
At the Buffalo Chip, The Flying Piston hosts Stars of “Motorcycles As Art” Exhibition.
Enthusiasts enjoy a catered breakfast and a silent auction of select items autographed by the builders—plus the chance to meet the Chip’s own Rod “Woody” Woodruff, photographer Michael Lichter, and special surprise guests, too. The breakfast event benefits tech ed scholarships to encourage high school grads and military veterans pursue careers in motorcycling.
Guests will have the opportunity to visit with the likes of Bill Dodge, Eddie Trotta, Paul Cox, Roland Sands, Kevin Baas, Aki Sakamoto, Jeff Cochran, and many more to get the inside scoop on their one-off customs in this year’s exhibition. Cycle Source Editor Chris Callen and Hot Bike Editor Jeff Holt have bikes in the exhibit and will be on hand.
Ticket holders will also enjoy a catered breakfast and a silent auction of selected items autographed by the builders, plus the chance to meet the Chip’s own Rod “Woody” Woodruff, photographer Michael Lichter and special surprise guests.
Experience the creativity, spirit and personal expression of motorcycle history and culture by visiting the Sturgis Buffalo Chip® Motorcycles as Art Exhibition curated annually by Michael Lichter. This internationally renowned exhibit allows you to explore dozens of unique custom bikes paired with corresponding 2-dimensional artwork. Get an up-close look at the work of some of the industry’s most influential master builders and artists during this free annual display at the Buffalo Chip’s Russ Brown Event Center.
In the ultimate expression of human creative skill and imagination, custom motorcycle builders create incredible beauty, sweeping lines that beg for the wind paired perfectly with precise feats of mechanical engineering.
The Sturgis Buffalo Chip®’s 2015 Motorcycles as ArtTM Exhibition presents famed photographer Michael Lichter’s “The Naked Truth – 35 Customs / 35 Years / Motorcycles Exposed.”