Buffalo Chip News

Entries for April 2022

Biker Belles Women’s Day Offers Freedom of the Open Road with Heroes of the Motorcycle Industry

Sturgis, S.D. (April 28, 2022): Women riders, passengers and friends who support them are invited to gather at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip® to celebrate women in motorcycling during Biker Belles Women’s Day Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022. For the upcoming 14th annual event held during the 82nd Sturgis Rally, Biker Belles is bringing in a long list of leading ladies who are shaping the motorcycle industry. Ride Captain Gevin Fax and Ambassador Diva Amy Skaling will lead participants on the guided Morning Ride™ from The Lodge at Deadwood to the Buffalo Chip CrossRoads. Once there, riders will hear from featured speakers in the Coffee Clutch moderated by Jacqui Van Ham and see one influential woman receive the prestigious Nancy Davidson Ambassador Award. Biker Belles is accepting nominations for the award through May 14. See the full schedule of events and special guests at BikerBelles.com.

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Four New Bands to Rock the Sturgis Buffalo Chip Stage on the Same Night

Sturgis, S.D. (April 26, 2022): On Tuesday, Aug. 9, the Sturgis Buffalo Chip is bringing four of the biggest names in hard rock to the Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling® for an epic night of unapologetic rock. Papa Roach, Falling In Reverse, Hollywood Undead and Bad Wolves come together for the loudest evening of the 2022 Sturgis Rally to ensure that everyone gets their fill of crunchy guitars, booming drums and powerful vocals. See the announcement video and more star-studded acts coming to the Chip at BuffaloChip.com/BANDS.

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Puddle of Mudd and Lita Ford Added to the 2022 Sturgis Buffalo Chip Lineup

Sturgis, S.D. (March 17, 2022): Screaming guitar riffs and powerful vocal melodies will flood through the Sturgis Buffalo Chip amphitheater with the latest 2022 music and motorcycle festival lineup additions Puddle of Mudd on Aug. 12 and Lita Ford on Aug. 8. These two chart-topping acts join a lineup of artists including Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rob Zombie, Snoop Dogg, Travis Tritt, Bush, Aaron Lewis and the Stateliners, Buckcherry, Pop Evil and more for the 2022 Sturgis Rally. See the announcement video at BuffaloChip.com/BANDS.

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