The biggest adrenaline rush in South Dakota is at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip during the Sturgis Rally. Strap in and feel the wind in your face during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally with Zip the Chip. Launch off a platform seven stories high above the Sturgis Buffalo Chip and ride your super-charged rush for over 800 ft at up to 30 mph. Soar over fellow bikers and Sturgis concert-goers on the longest zip line in South Dakota as they rock out to the biggest names in music. Watch a video of the South Dakota Zip Line in action at the Buffalo Chip and see how much fun is in store for you.
Zip The Chip was a huge hit with its first appearance at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip campground. The newest South Dakota zip line was the longest and most talked about attraction of the 2012 Sturgis rally, and the Buffalo Chip is ready to please thrill seekers again in 2013 by once again providing them the longest Zip Line rides of their lives. The Zip The Chip is a professional and safe zip line conveniently located right next to the Budweiser Roadhouse Party Deck in the Sturgis Buffalo Chip campground amphitheater. You won’t miss any of the party while waiting to get on the longest zip line in South Dakota for your adrenaline fix. The Party Deck also offers the best of Sturgis bars for those that need a little liquid courage to get them up on the zip line. Experience the Sturgis rally like you’ve never experienced it before. Take a Zip on the newest and longest South Dakota Zip Line.
Zip The Chip is one of the most exhilarating experiences of the Sturgis rally. Be sure to put soaring over the cheering South Dakota crowd while rocking out to the best 2012 Sturgis concert lineup on your Sturgis to do list. Get your Zip Line reservations now for the most thrilling ride of your Sturgis motorcycle rally experience by riding the longest Zip Line in Sturgis and South Dakota. It’s as close to flying as any biker can get.
The zip-lines will be open daily during the 2013 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Those interested in riding the zip-line must meet necessary safety requirements. Participants must weigh no less than 60 pounds, no more than 250 pounds, and cannot exceed the height of 6 foot 7 inches.