Mini Bike Show Featuring Joe Mielke of Snap Fabrications

Pull Start Your Mini and Pin It Over to Camp Zero for Zero Fun

Who:
You!
What:
FREE Mini Bike Show Show
When:
Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020 – 2 – 3:30 pm
Where:
Why:
Push the tiny envelope of custom mini bike possibilities and hang with your fellow weirdo friends for an afternoon of ZERO FUN!
How:
FREE to see. FREE to enter. Ride in to win!

They say it’s not the size of the bike that matters, but rather how you customize it. Nowhere will that simple truth be more evident than the first ever Snap Fabrications Camp Zero Mini Bike Show featuring Joe Mielke of Snap Fabrications during Anarchy Day, Tuesday, Aug. 11 at Camp Zero!

Whether you’re a master fabricator or a self-deprecator, having Zero Fun and letting your freak flag fly is the name of the game. The show will have two classes– Coleman Powersports mini bikes, and all other things mini and two-wheeled. As long as it’s small in stature and big in character, give that puppy a pull-start and ride it on in to Camp Zero for a little bit of fun.

Other Anarchy Day tomfoolery to include the Go Fast Don't Die x Gambler 500 Anarchy Games, the J&P Cycles Hillclimb, Run Thru The Hills Hooligan Scramble, Sena Barrel Races, Led Sled Customs Sportster Showdown, Unsung Zero Beer Wall Stunt, and Snap Fabrications Tramp Camp Party.

Meet Joe Mielke

Joe Mielke is a true jack-of-all-trades– Designer, fabricator, artist, event coordinator, assistant zookeeper, a genuine motorcycle enthusiast/mechanic/builder and occasional minibike-riding nudist, among other things.

As the founder and chief organizer of the FXR Show & Dyna Mixer, entering its fourth year at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip, Joe has created one of the best-attended bike shows of the Sturgis Rally while raising significant funds for worthy charities.

He hosts metal shaping classes at the headquarters for his business, Snap Fabrications, which is located at the CrossRoads at the Buffalo Chip. He is also one of the stars of the new web series “Two Dudes with Tools,” where he puts his mechanical expertise to work guiding novice dudes through various tasks they can do in their garage with simple hand tools.

Stay tuned for more info, but start weirding out your bike now!

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