The group of highly skilled motorcycle builders who’ve been battling fiercely on HISTORY’s “Biker Battleground Phoenix” settled their differences for good on Aug. 6 at the Legendary Buffalo Chip. Now the rest of the nation will be able to witness what you and thousands of other bikers saw live during the Sturgis Rally, as HISTORY is about to air the final episode of this popular, biker build off program.
On “Biker Battleground Phoenix,” the country’s top motorcycle builders compete day and night in a dog-eat-dog world, where potential buyers will pay as much as $150,000 for a custom bike. As the Chip and its guests saw during the Sturgis Raly, the program documents some of the most talented and temperamental bad boys of the bike business.
Paul Yaffe, John Shope, Len Edmondson, Brian Jenkins and Kody McNew all appeared in the episode, which was filmed at the CrossRoads and on the Wolfman Jack Main Stage. Bikes were on display at the CrossRoads throughout the day and HISTORY filmed Sturgis Buffalo Chip patrons as they cast votes for their favorite bike.
Camera crews later caught the big moment when the winner was announced on the main stage between performances from Big Sturgis Gig winner, Jeremiah James Korfe, and Florida Georgia Line. But there was plenty that went on behind the scenes leading up to that moment that you won’t want to miss!
Biker Battleground Phoenix is just one of the many nationally renowned television productions that have been filmed at The Chip over the years. If you were at The Chip during filming, you won’t want to miss your chance to see yourself on the big screen! If you didn’t attend the Sturgis Rally this year, don’t miss the chance to find out what you missed, watch for your friends and see all the drama unfold.
HISTORY will air “The Ultimate Battle: Sturgis,” Aug. 26 at 10 p.m. CDT. So tune in next week and you will see the baddest bike on the block and the man who built it!
Which one of these builders’ bikes wowed you the most? Let us know in the comments below!