The Flying Piston Hosts Stars of Motorcycles As Art Exhibition at the Buffalo Chip at Exclusive Charity Breakfast

Hang Out with Cutting Edge Custom Motorcycle Builders from the 2017 Exhibition: Old Iron, Young Blood

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Who:
You!
What:
Flying Piston Breakfast Benefit
When:
Sunday, Aug. 6, 9:30 a.m.
Where:
Crossroads Big Engine Bar at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip West Gate
Cost:
$20
Why:
Meet the Custom Motorcycle Builders • See Motorcycles As Art • Provide scholarships to returning veterans suffering from PTSD

This exclusive event brings you into the inner circle with custom builders from around the country – and the world. Experience this distinctive opportunity to shake hands, get autographs and pose for pictures with builders like Zach Ness, Matt Olsen, Matt Walksler, Karlee Cobb, Jordan Dickinson, Dalton Walker, Jesse Srpan, Jody Perewitz, Max Hazen, Nick Beaulieu and more. Special guests like Buffalo Chip founder Rod “Woody” Woodruff, Michael Lichter, Bikernet Editor Keith Ball and Cycle Source Editor Chris Callen will be there. John Shope, Pat Patterson, Brian Klock, Moonshiner Josh Owens and Hot Bike Editor Jeff Holt stopped in last year!

Held on the upper deck at the Buffalo Chip’s Big Engine Bar at the CrossRoads, the Flying Piston Breakfast Benefit will also feature a silent auction with items provided by Harley-Davidson Footwear, Suspension Technologies, Kicker Audio, The Smoke Out, Revere Seats, Painter Darren McKeag, Low Brow, Artist Atomic Bob, Avon, MotorBooks, Kuryakyn, Dirty Bird, Aeromach and more. Many items autographed by the builders. Lincoln Electric has provided a Power MIG 210MP worth over $1200 and a welder’s helmet to be autographed by the Builders - like many of the other items.

And while you’re at the Chip, roll over to the Russ Brown Event Center to see Motorcycles As Art: Old Iron, Young Blood, a FREE show that has earned its place as the most prestigious bike exhibit in the industry.

Breakfast tickets are extremely limited to ensure attendees have the best experience and are on sale now for only $20 each. Remember, proceeds benefit two non-profits that train and encourage U.S. military veterans suffering from PTSD to pursue motorcycling as a career. We’re all better off for the success of these efforts.

This will be the only time ever this group of custom motorcycle builders and special guests are gathered together in one place. Don’t regret missing your only opportunity to be there. Reserve your tickets now or visit: TheFlyingPiston.com and Facebook.com/The-Flying-Piston.

Which custom motorcycle builders from the 2017 Motorcycles As Art Exhibit would you be most excited to meet at the Flying Piston Breakfast? Tell us in the comments below!

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