A motorcycle icon as loved as the bikes he helped designed will be honored at the 2017 Sturgis Rally when Willie G is honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
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.
When motorcycle enthusiasts head to a bike rally, odds are they’re riding into history. The legendary Sturgis Rally gives a special helmeted nod to their colorful history.
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.
Planning has begun for the entertainment portion of what makes up the Buffalo Chip experience for Sturgis 2017.
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.
On the continuing road of breaking out of its superbike mold, not only did Ducati take its new cruiser to the legendary Sturgis rally, it let famous bike builder Roland Sands give his take on the XDiavel.