"World Class" and "Stunning" were a few words that were used to describe Michael Lichter’s 9th Annual Motorcycles as Art Exhibition held during this year’s Sturgis Rally at the Legendary Buffalo Chip. The exhibit entitled ‘Rebel Rousers, Motorcycle Icons that Inspire Us to Ride’ showcased the most important collection of motorcycles and art to ever grace Sturgis and was viewed by thousands of guests.
Legendary Buffalo Chip Provides Ultimate Sturgis Experience during Sturgis Rally Week 2009 Sturgis, S.D. (August 24, 2009) Sturgis Bike Week 2009 has come and gone and the Legendary Buffalo Chip has once again proven itself as the best party anywhere. The epicenter of this year’s rally and all of its high-octane revelry provided bike enthusiasts from across the country the ultimate Sturgis experience. By bikers and for bikers, the Legendary Buffalo Chip afforded its visitors an array of entertainment, art, vendors, food, amenities and countless memories.
Sturgis was sizzling this year and so was the officially licensed Buffalo Chip merchandise that Hot Leathers had on hand at a number of locations in and around Sturgis during bike week.
Aerosmith postponed at least one weekend concert after frontman Steven Tyler fell off the stage at a South Dakota show and suffered what a concert spokesman said were head, neck and shoulder injuries.
Tyler, 61, fell several feet while dancing around as the sound crew replaced a fuse that blew during the song "Love in an Elevator," Mike Sanborn, spokesman for the Buffalo Chip Campground, said Thursday.
Buffalo Chip hosted the Wednesday concert during which an amateur video showed Tyler spinning around before falling.