Bid on a “Big Bores Baddest Bagger” Built by Tim Sutherland and Lloyd Greer at the 2024 Buffalo Chip Legends Ride
The Sturgis Buffalo Chip has teamed up with Indian motorcycle customization and performance leaders Tim Sutherland and Lloyd Greer of Lloyd’z Garage and Indian Motorcycle St. Paul to bring a signature line of Indian motorcycles called the Buffalo Chip B4 Signature Series to a handful of lucky buyers. The third creation in this line, “003”, made its debut during HAI Heli Expo in Atlanta, GA ahead of The Chip’s 42nd consecutive festival held during the 2023 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Starting life as a 2022 Indian Challenger, the race-inspired Sturgis Buffalo Chip signature edition B4 is loaded with a long list of exclusive customizations. With performance upgrades including Lloyd’z cams, air intake, head works, CRT Custom Tune and a 2 into 1 exhaust from Lloyd’z by Sawiki, the B4 boasts 140+ horsepower. A Forever Rad BD headlight sets the tone of the front end and the eye-catching blue, black and metallic gray paint scheme laid by the talented Rusty Nash will grab your attention from a mile away
Riding one of the Buffalo Chip B4 motorcycles will make you feel like a king.
Ready to buy?
Leading up to and following the 2023 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the B4 will be on display at Indian Motorcycle St. Paul.
Want to see it in person first?
- Donnie Smith Bike Show – St. Paul, MN – March 25-26, 2023
- Indian Motorcycle St. Paul – St. Paul, MN – March 27-July 18, 2023
- Lloyd’z Garage – Buffalo Chip’s free-access CrossRoads – July 20 – Aug. 10, 2023
Past B4 Series Bikes:
From the specialized Arnott air ride system, to the Lloyd’z Garage 131 Big Bore Kit, to custom paint by Rusty Nash, to the 1901 Customs’ accessories, to the custom seat by Alligator Bob, the Sturgis Buffalo Chip Signature B4 will add new dimensions in cool-factor, performance and collectability.
The Sturgis Buffalo Chip signature edition 001 B4 was based off Indian’s flagship Chieftain model and loaded with a long list of exclusive customizations including 1901 Customs’ oversized wheel kit and wheels, specialized Arnott air-adjustable suspension, Lloyd’z Garage 126 Big Bore Kit, custom paint by Rusty Nash and Rod Woodruff’s “Ride Free Take Risks” credo embroidered on the custom seat.