Thrilling Young Motorcycle Stunt Riders Coming to the Chip
Cody Ives, 17, and his brother Kyle, 15, fly without a plane.
The Ives boys are returning to the Legendary Buffalo Chip Campground for the 2008 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Monday, Aug. 4 through Saturday, Aug. 9.
The Ives brothers have been entertaining Buffalo Chip fans at the Sturgis Rally with their spectacular Freestyle Motocross jumps since the 2006.
The Guinness Book of World Records named Cody the youngest Globe of Death Rider when he was 10 years old. The boys come from a family of daredevils including their grandfather, Bill Ives, who rode the “Wooden Wall of Death.” And, his parents, Shawn and Tanya, have been doing bike stunt shows for many years and worked in circuses around the world.
You can always tell when the boys are in the house. It starts with the gasps from the crowd. Then, you notice the two boys sailing high above the bikers inhabiting the Chip’s huge amphitheater.
Their show will stop your heart with wild airborne acrobatics. Buffalo Chip fans can’t help filling their camera disks with photos of these amazing young men.