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STURGIS 2019 AT THE BUFFALO CHIP, THE BEST PARTY ANYWHERE

The 2019 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the Black Hills of South Dakota was one for the record books. Tens of thousands of motorcycle riders from around the world converged on the Sturgis Buffalo motorcycle and music festival for two weeks of the Best Party Anywhere. There were huge concerts with some of the biggest and best names in music. Racers of all kinds brought their speed machines to take home the checkered flag. Babes, bikes, beers and awesome times were had by all. A motorcycle rally isn't just about the party though. It is a reunion of people gathered together as one big family to celebrate freedom, camaraderie and good times. Check out some of the highlights from this year at Sturgis where the heart of the rally beats the loudest, the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. The Sturgis Buffalo Chip motorcycle and music festival is widely known among bikers and music fanatics as the Best Party Anywhere™. Get the latest news and updates by following us on social media. http://www.facebook.com/SturgisBuffal... https://twitter.com/TheChip

Corbin Donates to Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame

Recently Corbin Saddles of Hollister, Ca. was proud to donate an Eric Herrmann oil on canvas original known as “Blue Springer”. Eric Herrmann and Mike Corbin both hall of fame inductees make the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame the perfect place for this beautiful piece of art to be on display.
“This exquisite piece of motorcycle art was on display in the World Headquarters of Corbin Saddles for several years. We felt it was time to share this for the enjoyment of all motorcyclists for years to come.” said Mike Corbin, President of Corbin Saddles.
For information on the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum, click here.
For information on Eric Herrmann Studios, click here
For information on Corbin Saddles, click here
Corbin World Headquarters
2360 Technology Parkway
Hollister, CA 95023
831-634-1100 Tel | 831-634-1059 Fax
800-538-7035 Toll Free
www.corbin.com

MOTORCYCLES AS ART, WHAT’S THE SKINNY 2019

Post & Images by Jack McIntyre

“What happens when you thin the herd of the custom motorcycling world and gather the builders known best for creating the lightest, leanest and meanest machines on two wheels? You’ll find out when you experience the stunning collection of masterpieces curated by Michael Lichter for the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s® 2019 Motorcycles As Art™ Exhibition, “What’s the Skinny: Motorcycling Without the Fat.” Continue reading MOTORCYCLES AS ART, WHAT’S THE SKINNY 2019

THE BUFFALO CHIP IS A FANTASY LAND FOR BIKERS, NO JOKE.

Post & Photos by Jack McIntyre

Lets start off by saying how terrific the Buffalo Chip was this year. Cheers to all of their staff. Welcome Home was the theme this year and they made us feel just that.

With a week of almost stellar weather, there was really no interruption for the mega concerts, shows, or contests. Days were warm & sunny, evenings breezy and nice. Bands such as STYX, Dee Snyder, Keith Urban, Toby Keith, Snoop Dog, and more really treated the fans to what they came to the Chip for. Great riding all day, incredible music all night.

Below we have a shot from Bikini Beach. The Chips internal water hole with rope swings, slides, chairs, obviously swimming, games, a full bar, food, and a band shell. Best thing is, you can party all day and be totally safe from the outside authorities regarding driving.

Going back to the concerts, check out these images. These aren’t rinky dink performances, these are huge national, historic groups that the Chip brings in year in and year out. The crowds are huge, fun, and there are great vendors all around the venue including zip lining, beer & liquor, lots of food choices, and more more more.

There were many special events this year. A few caught my camera lens that were special to me. The Navy Seals brought along a few of their bomb sniffing dogs, and even did a little zip lining with them. A soldier that had lost his right leg along with a few fingers was presented with a custom trike on stage, and the Legends Ride once again presented a huge check to the Black Hills Special Olympics.

There is so much more to touch on but please look through the images below & enjoy.