One of the discussion points that came out of Clutch and Chrome’s interview with Sturgis Buffalo Chip Founder Rod Woodruff was the campground becoming as well-known as the legendary rally itself.
Following a trend they created, Sturgis Buffalo Chip, Roland Sands and Carey Hart are building a pair of custom ‘hooligan race bikes’.
Just as riders around the country, or even the world, make plans to head to the famous motorcycle rally at Sturgis later this year, the Buffalo Chip continues to book entertainment. The latest, the Doobie Brothers.
As Clutch and Chrome starts to ride out the footage we shot during our time at Sturgis late last year, it’s a double video pick.
A motorcycle destination was featured at a premiere awards ceremony for the state of South Dakota last week when the Buffalo Chip was recognized for its efforts in tourism.
Some feel the true spirit of the Sturgis Motorcycle rally can be found at the most famous campground in the world, the Buffalo Chip. A timeless motorcycle jump with a dangerous addition only adds to this thought.
With the hectic schedule everyone at ‘The Chip’ seems to keep during the famous Sturgis Rally, it would be fair to think they would rest for the rest of the year. A new contest shows this isn’t the case.
On August 8th, the largest motorcycle event in the world will officially kick off in Sturgis, South Dakota celebrating its 76th year. Clutch and Chrome goes where the motorcycle story is and we want to take our readers with us.
Further examples of the motorcycle world heading to Sturgis comes from Mustang Seats and Roland Sands Designs releasing details of their to-do list and activities.
With the legendary Sturgis motorcycle rally roaring closer with each day, Indian Motorcycle is looking to its strong historical ties to the event for the numerous activities the motorcycle manufacturer has planned.