Forget what you know about the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and start at zero…CAMP ZERO.

 

CAMP ZERO - A True Highlife Moto Celebration

Party, Sleep, Repeat at the Champagne of Moto Campouts

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Forget everything you think you know about the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and start from ZERO. CAMP ZERO is the launch site for raising hell and rallying like the old days—a place where you can party like 1981 animals who love rad bikes and wild parties.

Some of the best times during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally are the ones that aren’t planned.

If you’re down with a little dirt and debauchery, you’re invited. 

No fun allowed during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally at CAMP ZERO

Grab a Buffalo Chip wristband and show up ready to rage. With friends, an on-site bar, a handful of community Coleman mini bikes (aka Smile Makers), and free showers, you’ll have everything you need to party, rinse and repeat.

Wanna watch a race? Better pair up some friends.

Feel like a beer in the 80-year old barn? OK.

CAMP ZERO's 75-year old barn

If you wanna catch all the concerts and events at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip, no sweat. They’re just a hop, skip and a jump away, and you can get them all free with your campground admission pass.

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CAMP LIKE A CHAMP

There’s plenty of space if you want to crash in a tent, van, or camper. If you don’t have room on the back of the bike for a tent, you can sleep in the dirt like an animal OR rent an authentic, no-frills tipi or cavalry tent. 

Authentic tipi camping during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

Reinvent your rally at this true high-life moto-celebration by reserving your spot at Sturgis Buffalo Chip's CAMP ZERO. Any Buffalo Chip Pass will get you there.

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You got nothin to lose and nothin to prove. Find out where the barn banger will take you at CAMP ZERO.

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MAP

CAMP ZERO is located across Alkali Road from the Buffalo Chip Campground next to the Chip’s PowerSports Complex.

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CAMP ZERO EVENTS

 (More to Come. All Subject to Change.)

Camp Zero is all about making your own fun with friends, and a few friends already have some cool things in the works. You’re free to keep your plans loose, but here’s what you can do if you wanna roll in the dirt or get a little wet from a beer wall smash...

Mini Bike TT 
Presented by The Gambler 500
Daily 5:00 p.m. at CAMP ZERO Hell Track
If you’ve got a need for smiles, show up with or without a bike for these daily races at Camp Zero Hell Track. Go around the dam, sail past the bus, and fly into the air for a chance to win all the glory. A limited number of Smile Makers will be available for use, thanks to Coleman Powersports and SnapFabrications.

Gambler Mini Bike Endurocross
Monday, Aug. 9, 2021
PowerSports Complex
If you’ve got a need for smiles, show up with or without a bike for these daily races at Camp Zero Hell Track. Go around the dam, sail past the bus, and fly into the air for a chance to win all the glory. A limited number of Smile Makers will be available for use, thanks to Coleman Powersports and SnapFabrications.

Sasha’s Cycles Rodeo Games - Monday, Aug. 9, 2021
Celebrate choppers, talk chop and have a good time during an evening of old-school rodeo games at Camp Zero! Saddle up for some games like the cowboy barrel cross, rail ride, highway cones, weenie grab, slow races, barrel races and more. Prizes including $250 cash and Buffalo Chip admission passes are up for grabs!

Mini Bike Show
Hosted by Big Joe Mielke of Snap Fabrications @ Camp Zero
Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021. 2:00-5:00 p.m.
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. 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 for a little bit of fun.

Sportster Showdown™
Hosted by Led Sled Customs
Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021
          Registration: 2-3 p.m.
          Judging: 3-5 p.m.
          Awards: 5 p.m.
Join a Led Sled and Biltwell for a communal event celebrating the history, culture, and diversity of one of the coolest bikes in existence, the Harley-Davidson Sportster, along with Biltwell, Metzeler, S&S Cycle, J&P Cycles, Cycle Source, Lowbrow Customs, and Chop Cult. The show is held at CAMP ZERO near the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. It’s free to enter and attend and features a mind-blowing collection of customized Sportster models and a large dose of memorable mayhem.

Little Big Regular-Sized Joe Show  
Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021
The bike will be little, the wall will be big, and the Joe will be, well, regular-sized. In memory of Unsung Zero, who risked life and limb to savagely impale your tall boys, Joe Mielke will continue the annual tradition of smashing through a wall of 6-packs. This time it’s for charity! All you have to do is show up at Camp Zero and drink the sacrificial remains.

Anarchy Games
Tuesday< Aug. 11, 2021 @ 6:00 p.m.
Stick around after the Sportster Showdown and Little Big Regular-Sized Joe Show for Anarchy Games.

Show up on a bike. Roll a keg, race slow, twist off the line, catch some airtime, and hold on tight. Sound like absolutely no fun? Then don’t show.

Thrills come cheap at Sturgis Buffalo Chip CAMP ZERO.

Let’s ride, boogie, PARTY, Get Down, and Dirty.

Start at ZERO. CAMP ZERO.

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