Category Archives: Sponsors

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Kirsh Helmets Sponsors Flying Piston Builder Breakfast

Kirsh Helmets Sponsors Flying Piston Builder’s Breakfast

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Kirsh Helmets Sponsors Flying Piston Builder Breakfast

KIRSH Helmets Kicks off 2018 Sturgis at the Flying Piston Builder’s Breakfast

Kirsh Helmets Sponsors the 2018 Flying Piston Builder Breakfast at the Buffalo Chip. The proceeds of the silent auction are made available to Motorcycle Missions to support their work with veterans suffering with PTSD.

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Atomic Bob's Original Art

Atomic Bob Provides Original Art

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Win Atomic Bob’s Original Art at the 2017 Flying Piston

Atomic Bob of Atomic Dice Studio Arts is the Pied Piper of Lowbrow Art. He takes his brushes and paint on the road and mixes styles from underground comix, punk music, and hot-rod culture on just about anything placed in front of him.

Bob is an interesting cat. Atomic Bob creates his designs using the Lowbrow art style. We asked him about his art:

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The Smoke Out Provides Event Tickets

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The quintessential Chopper Show, The Smoke Out, provides (2) event tickets

The Smoke Out is about choppers, chopper jockeys, builders and riders. It is about builders, from professional builders to those bloody-knuckled guys (and ladies) burning the midnight oil. Chops of all makes are featured, American, British, Metric… everything.

Get your Flying Piston tickets here.

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Yelvington USA, manufacturer of the Yelvington Mechanical Reverse Pulley (M.R.P.) has stepped up to sponsor The Flying Piston Breakfast Benefit

2016: Yelvington USA Sponsors the Flying Piston Charity Breakfast

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Yelvington USA, manufacturer of the Yelvington Mechanical Reverse Pulley (M.R.P.) has stepped up to sponsor The Flying Piston Breakfast Benefit.

“We are excited to be a part of this organization and it is an ideal way for our team support the motorcycle industry,” commented Mark Russell, Sales and Marketing Director.

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2016: About Chris Callen of Flat Broke Chops & Rods

Chris Callen of Cycle Source Magazine – Flat Broke Chops & Rods

Chris Callen has been the Editor-In-Chief of Cycle Source Magazine since he started it nearly 20 years ago out of his small aftermarket parts shop in Pittsburgh, PA. While many people know him for his writing and contributions to the motorcycle scene from behind the camera, paint brush and computer, the passion for customizing motorcycles started at the end of a wrench. While the only issue of Cycle Source that has ever featured one of Chris’s bikes on the cover was the very first issue, building his own machines for fun has been was the foundation of why he started the magazine in the first place.

One of the first magazines Chris did get ink in was Iron Works, who gave him a quick nod back in the late nineties for his wicked fast S&S equipped Shovelhead that had a hand built mill by the world renowned Jim Libonati of Mega-Flo. That bike was fast enough to get in the 11 second club, a patch Chris wears on his vest to this day.

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Supporting the Buffalo Chip’s efforts in providing education to veterans returning to the workforce as well as young adults transitioning from high school into a career.

Sponsors for 2016 Event

We thank our sponsors for participating in the 2016 charity breakfast. We are supporting the Buffalo Chip’s efforts in providing education to veterans returning to the workforce as well as young adults transitioning from high school into a career.

Motorcyclists are big on providing money, time and effort for charities. This event assists individauls in becoming a contriuting part of the Powersports Industy.

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Auction Items

  1. Atomic Bob & Sarabelle - Art from Atomic Dice Studio Arts
  2. Heather New of New-Line Engraving / Suspension Technologies Shocks
  3. Atomic Bob - Original Art
  4. Harley-Davidson Footwear
  5. Smoke Out Rally tickets

Get your tickets now

Breakfast tickets are extremely limited to ensure attendees have the best experience and are on sale now for only $20 each. Click here to purchase your breakfast. Remember, proceeds benefit two non-profits that train and encourage U.S. military veterans suffering from PTSD to pursue motorcycling as a career. We’re all better off for the success of these efforts.

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