To send or not to send, that is the question. And the answer? It’s yes…Or at least it is if you were one of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip partiers who made it into this blog presented by CAMP ZERO.
Have you ever sent it at the Chip? Can you appreciate good stories about people who have? Check out these photos and videos to see whose big ol’ cojones bought them 15 minutes of fame. Just imagine what sends lie ahead.
A 10/10 send right over the handlebars for Mike Haribo
Pin it. Drink it. Send it. Repeat.
Brad Gregory and Tyler Porter send it into Deep Lake (incidentally only 7 feet deep) during the Sportster Showdown.
Stay grounded too long and you might suffer the seven send itch.
The Ives Brothers grab bills for cheap thrills out of the mouth of Amanda Welsh.
In send she trusts. Sara Natividad of the International Bikini Team gets sent to the moon in this UTV before the Dirt Riot Races.
Sketchville, SD…Population: This Guy
Jason Lightner and his buddies from the Gambler 500 send folks packin’ from this Cody Cooke and the Bayou Outlaws performance.
The send is strong with Wild Gypsy Brandi Moya as she heads back to the Chip on Ft. Meade Way.
The Buffalo Chip bar staff ain’t no lightweights. Here’s their Sturgis Rally send off.
Cosmo Varriano goes full send on Short Sleeve Sampson. STEE-RIKE!
WARNING: Your spine might break just from looking at this photo of Matthew Marx.
Of all the ways to build your own mankini, wrapping your package in duct tape is definitely the most sendy. OUCH.
Sam Bestwick should change his name to Send Bestwick after taking flight during the AMA Supermoto Races.
The foam hat didn’t stop Andy Munson from busting up his mug, but it sure made him look cool doing it.
3 a.m.—Good time to sleep. Better time to send.
“Bump and grind” has a more literal definition for the Flaunt Girls’ Jessabella Marie.
Flying high is hard when your balls are this big.
Does seeing people do silly shit like this make you wanna suit up in body armor and retreat into a safe space to pucker your butt? If so…
YOU WON’T LIKE CAMP ZERO.
But if you like to live hard, break machines, hang out with lowlifes and generally do it wrong, you may have just found your new home in Sturgis.
Wanna see more people send it? Follow @campzerosturgis on Instagram.
Better yet, join in the fun yourself during the upcoming Sturgis Rally. More on that here.
Have you sent it at the Chip? Tell us about it in the comments below.
Got the evidence on your phone? Throw it on social media with the hashtag #chipsends.
If you’d like to see more epic sends at the chip check out Broken Bones of The Chip.
Presented by Camp Zero
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 it’s 1981 with other cheapskates who love rad bikes, dirtbag friends and wild parties.
At CAMP ZERO you’ll have everything you need to party, rinse and repeat, without all the fancy red carpet stuff you gotta pay more for somewhere else.
As long as you’re down with a little dirt and debauchery, you’re invited. (Grumpy old bikers need not apply.)
Find out more here.