Flying Piston Benefit Breakfast Lets You Meet the Industry’s Finest While Raising Money for Charity


Rub Elbows with Renowned Custom Motorcycle Builders and Get an Exclusive Preview of the 2015 Motorcycles As Art Exhibit

Kick start your trip to the Sturgis Rally by rubbing elbows with some of the world’s most renowned custom builders at the Flying Piston Breakfast Benefit. This exclusive event will allow you to fill up your tank with a hearty catered breakfast meal next to distinguished builders who will be displaying custom motorcycles in this year’s Motorcycles As Art exhibit, The Naked Truth, curated by Michael Lichter. And best of all, it’s for charity!

The Flying Piston Breakfast Benefit will allow you to be the one of the first to preview an unprecedented exhibit featuring bare metal customs and be one of the only Buffalo Chip guests to do so alongside the cutting-edge designers, fabricators and builders who created them. Presented in a gallery-like setting, these motorcycles will be surrounded by over 100 of photographer and curator Michael Lichter’s original images encompassing his 35 years of photographing motorcycle people, events and culture.

Experience the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to shake hands with, get autographs, pose for pictures and get the inside scoop directly from builders like Billy Lane, Brian Klock, Roland Sands, Brian Fuller, Jim Nasi, Ken Nagai, Paul Cox, Paul Yaffe, and Shinya Kimura. In addition, Buffalo Chip founder and president Rod “Woody” Woodruff, Michael Lichter and other special surprise guests will be in attendance.

The Flying Piston Breakfast Benefit will also feature a spectacular silent auction with items provided by Harley-Davidson Footwear, Revere Seats, Painter Darren McKeag, Low Brow Artist Atomic Bob, Aeromach and others.

Tickets to this exclusive event are extremely limited and are on sale now for only $20 each. All proceeds from the breakfast benefit the Buffalo Chip’s Buffalo Chip Technical Education Scholarship Fund, which encourages high school graduates and U.S. military veterans to seek out motorcycling as a career. This may be the only time ever this group of custom motorcycle builders are gathered together in one place. Don’t regret missing what might be your only opportunity to spend time picking their brains. Reserve your tickets now and help support a great cause!

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