Motorcycles as Art™ Curated by Michael Lichter Presents Finest Display of Motorcycle Art at Sturgis Rally

Find Out Below What the World’s Greatest Artists and Master Builders Have in Store for You in This Free Exhibition

Experience the creativity, spirit and personal expression of motorcycle history and culture by visiting the Sturgis Buffalo Chip® Motorcycles as Art Exhibition curated annually by Michael Lichter. This internationally renowned exhibit allows you to explore dozens of unique custom bikes paired with corresponding 2-dimensional artwork. Get an up-close look at the work of some of the industry’s most influential master builders and artists during this free annual display at the Buffalo Chip’s Russ Brown Event Center.

World-famous motorcycle photographer, Michael Lichter, has curated motorcycle exhibits for 16 years and the Buffalo Chip’s Motorcycles as Art exhibit for eight, choosing a new theme on which to base the exhibit annually. Exhibits have had themes ranging from baggers to café racer culture and everything in between. 

Motorcycles as Art has become a hallmark of The Best Party Anywhere® during the Sturgis Rally, drawing in guests and media from around the world. Over the years the exhibit has been featured on multiple television shows, including Velocity’s Café Racer TV!

Don’t miss your chance to see one of the finest and most comprehensive industry collections ever assembled during the Sturgis Rally. The must-see Motorcycles as Art Exhibit is free to the public, located near the east gate at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip.