Sturgis Rider® News Blog 

Published on Thursday, January 28, 2016

Biker babes in the Miss Buffalo Chip pageant are nearly too hot for their own good.

An average of 100 million viewers tune in to the Super Bowl each year, and thanks to extreme rivalries, legendary halftime performances and an easy excuse to celebrate Sunday Funday, that number only continues to grow. But long after your heartburn subsides from all the bad calls and Ted’s ghost chili hot wings, the one part of the spectacle that’s sure to stick with you is all the over-the-top advertisements. Throughout the decades, countless hilarious and heartwarming commercials have made their debut during this live sporting event, but since most companies can’t afford a $5 million price tag, there will always be great ones you didn’t get to see. Here are seven memorable Super Bowl commercials that should’ve been and the reasons why we think they deserved to be aired during the big game. (We saved the best for last.)

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Published on Thursday, January 28, 2016

One of the world’s best motorcycle rides, Spearfish Canyon, may become the location of a brand new state park.

Do you have your own nature spot? A place just one scenic ride away from letting you unplug from the distractions and stress of daily life? No emails, no text messages, no social media…just the serenity that comes from absorbing the beauty of your natural surroundings. For many riders like you, Spearfish Canyon is this place, so naturally you might wonder what a newly proposed Spearfish Canyon State Park might mean for you.

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Published on Thursday, January 28, 2016

Learn How to Customize Your Own Indian Chief Classic from the Ground Up!

A group of Black Hills area high school students participating in the 2016 Buffalo Challenge™ - The Next Generation of American Motorcycling are living proof that with the proper tools and instruction, anyone can gain the confidence and learn the necessary techniques to take on a major motorcycle customization project. These students are turning a stock 2015 Indian Chief Classic into an award-winning fully customized creation, and you can benefit from the cutting-edge techniques they’re picking up throughout the build. Follow along in your own garage as Chris Malo of Baggster teaches you the tips and techniques you need to customize your own Indian Chief Classic. This blog will be updated weekly with new how tos and helpful tips, allowing you to work alongside the student mechanics participating in this program.

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Buffalo Chip News

Posted on February 04, 2016 03:59
Buffalo Chip® Sweepstakes to Give One Winner the Ride of Their Life

Buffalo Chip, SD (February 4, 2016) – The Sturgis Buffalo Chip® has partnered with EaglerRider Motorcycles to give one lucky winner the ride of his life through the Buffalo Chip’s annual Sturgis Rider® Sweepstakes. An extraordinary guided motorcycle vacation for two through the stunning desert Southwest is the prize that’s up for grabs, and the winner will lay his or her claim to it on the Buffalo Chip’s main stage during The Largest Music Festival in MotorcyclingTM.

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Posted on January 20, 2016 09:07
The World’s Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling™, The Sturgis Buffalo Chip®, Plugs into ReverbNation for Bands

(Sturgis SD - January 19, 2016)   The Sturgis Buffalo Chip®, which is celebrating it’s 35th Anniversary this year, has tapped ReverbNation to provide 10 bands for its stages during the annual motorcycle and music festival Aug. 1-13, 2016.   ReverbNation bands will join headliners such as Kid Rock and Miranda Lambert on the Buffalo Chip’s stages for "The Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling."

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Posted on January 18, 2016 02:18
Buffalo Chip $100,000 Pledge Kickstarts Special Olympics Campaign

Spearfish, SD (January 16, 2016) – The Sturgis Buffalo Chip® and participants in its signature Legends Ride are teaming up in a special effort to help Special Olympics in the Black Hills area create a permanent athlete training facility. Buffalo Chip President Rod Woodruff has pledged $100,000 to a fundraising campaign effort by Black Hills Works and Special Olympics to renovate an existing facility in order to meet the growing needs of the organization. The 127 Special Olympians who are members of the “Rapid City Flame” team have been training in various borrowed locations over the past few years but are now in need of a facility that will offer the team members a sense of permanence and accomplishment. For the past three years, Legends Ride contributions have been used to purchase a van to transport participants to practices and events; now the need for a facility is a priority.

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