The 10th Annual Flying Piston Benefit Builders Breakfast
Presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys
Catch the vibe of the custom culture and hang out with cutting-edge builders on Sunday, Aug. 4 at the 10th Annual Flying Piston Benefit Builders Breakfast.
Step into the inner circle at an event that brings together top-tier companies like Russ Brown and Strider Bikes to celebrate custom motorcycles and benefit new rider efforts.
10th Annual Flying Piston Benefit Builders Breakfast
Flying Piston Benefit Builders Breakfast
|Sunday, Aug. 4, 2024 @ 8:30 a.m.
|The Big Engine Bar at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip CrossRoads West Gate
|Meet the Builders • Support new rider initiatives • Win unique auction items • Do something that matters • Eat breakfast with Friends!
|$20 advance, $25 at the door
Custom builders start the rally here to catch up and network, and you can join in on the meet & greet, too. You never know who might turn up.
Moto-celebs like Rod “Woody” Woodruff, Billy Lane, Cycle Source Editor Chris Callen, Bikernet Editor Keith Ball and Led Sled Customs’ Pat Patterson lend their support to this worthy effort. Moonshiner Josh, Xavier Muriel and Cris Sommer Simmons have stopped in, too. Surprise appearances are guaranteed!
For the 7th consecutive year, you’ll have the opportunity to see the unveil of the new class of Tiny Strider Customs at the Breakfast. The 2024 builders will be announced soon.
Learn more about the Tiny Strider Customs at flyingpistonbenefit.com.
We’ll unveil the 2024 Tiny Custom Strider bikes and interview the builders. Prior year builders include Rick Fairless, Jody Perewitz, Paul Yaffe, Brian Klock, Savannah Rose and many more names you know. The 2024 builders will be announced soon.
The Big Engine Bar at the Buffalo Chip CrossRoads is specially reserved just for this event. There’s a Bloody Mary cash bar and a fabulous silent auction packed with Kustom Kulture-inspired artwork including one-off designed skate decks, hand-painted stainless tumblers and leather-wrapped flasks. Selected items are autographed by the dignitaries and celebs, too.
The Tiny Strider Customs and all of the artwork are auctioned via an online platform that morning. Anyone can bid from anywhere!
Proceeds benefit All Kids Bike, an initiative of the Strider Education Foundation that’s on a mission to teach every kid to ride a bike in kindergarten P.E. class, as well as Motorcycle Missions, an organization that brings US veterans suffering with PTSD into motorcycling and helps them find employment in the trades.
Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet legendary builders and see the 2024 Tiny Strider Customs revealed!