Ride Alongside Celebrities, Inspiring Women and All of Your Friends during these Sturgis Buffalo Chip® Rides!
The world has millions of miles of roads to explore, but riders agree time and time again that some of the most amazing stretches of highway are found in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Dense forest, distinctive land features and large changes in elevation allow for exhilarating twists and turns as well as stunning views. So if you’re headed to the Hills this August, let the Sturgis Buffalo Chip be your guide to the best rides!
Buffalo Chip Signature Rides:
Legends Ride® - Ride and rub elbows with Dee Snider and some of the biggest names in the biz on an awe-inspiring trip from historic Deadwood to the Legendary Buffalo Chip. Celebrities who have made appearances on The Ride That Rocks™ include Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, Journey’s Neal Schon, Orange County Choppers’ Paul Teutul, Sr., and the Ness family, just to name a few. One hundred percent of rider fees from the Legends Ride supports worthy local charities.
BUFFALO CHIP CONCERT INCLUDED WITH FIRST 200 RESERVATIONS
Biker Belles® - Experience a day of Real Riders, Real Stories and Real Passion during the annual Sturgis Buffalo Chip Biker Belles Celebration! You’re invited to join the guided Morning Ride™ through the beautiful Black Hills and participate in a day of festivities at The Lodge at Deadwood that celebrates women in riding and supports organizations benefitting women’s causes.
Rusty Wallace Charity Ride - Meet and ride alongside Rusty Wallace, his celebrity NASCAR driver friends and top racing industry executives during the Buffalo Chip’s Rusty Wallace Charity Ride! This all new ride kicks of with a party at Black Hills Harley Davidson and takes you through an incredible route chosen by Rusty himself to an exclusive reception at the Legendary Sturgis Buffalo Chip.
Western Frontier Motorcycle Rides - Follow in the footsteps of fierce Native American warriors and the US Cavalry and experience the history and lore of the American West! Ride alongside local historian Paul Mitchell as he takes you and your friends on a ride back in time from the legendary Buffalo Chip Campground to the gravesite of Jonathon “Buffalo Chips” White, the campground’s namesake and protégé of Buffalo Bill Cody.
“I return each year, as we love to ride and hang out with our friends. The Chip makes it possible for everyone in our group to enjoy the rides, bands and companionship all in one place. There are other places we could go, but the Chip allows something for everyone from the young to the old. CHIP IT.”
- Matt Hammonds