Announcing Michael Lichter’s 10th Annual Sturgis Mororcycles Exhibit

Every year, several thousands of Sturgis rally goers come to visit Michael Lichter’s exhibition of “Motorcycles As Art“. This year, from August 7th to 13th, the exhibit is named ” “Eternal Combustion- 30 in the Wind” and will focus on the explosion of interest and passion for custom motorcycles over the last thirty years. It is intended to show the public at large how passion is passed on through time. 30 custom motorcycles recently built by 15 pairs of builders tied together by family, respect, friendship or apprenticeship will be on display at the impressive 6500 square feet Lichter Exhibition Hall located on the grounds of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip.

Builder teams highlighted within the show include: Arlen Ness & Paul Yaffe, Carl & Matt Olsen, Dave & Jody Perewitz, Donnie Smith & Brian Klock, Eddie Trotta & Todd Silicato, Kevin Baas & his Kennedy High School Chopper Class, Gard Hollinger & Satya Kraus, James & Dave Kaye, Jerry & David Covington, Kirk Taylor & Brian Schimke, Roland Sands & Drake McElroy, Ron Finch & Gary Maurer, Ron & Hunter Simms, Sugarbear & Counts Customs, Laura Klock and Athena Ransom.

In addition, Michael Lichter will celebrate his 30th Sturgis Bike Week and will celebrate this milestone anniversary by  displaying the best from his archives of limited edition prints, including many images being premiered for the first time.

The most eagerly anticipated exhibition of its kind, the “Motorcycles As Art” exhibition provides Sturgis rally visitors with a unique and unforgettable experience. More information at Motorcycle As Art. Sponsors for this year’s exhibit include Hot Leathers, Interstate Batteries, Progressive Insurance and Spectro Oils.

2 Responses to “Announcing Michael Lichter’s 10th Annual Sturgis Mororcycles Exhibit”

  1. 1 burnout Apr 21st, 2010 at 9:35 pm

    DEFINITELY on my ‘to do’ list for Sturgis! Excellent matching up of talent! peace

  2. 2 maroco Apr 22nd, 2010 at 1:57 pm

    Lots of great names, lot of incredible bikes, i belive that we can say that some bikes are true Art.
    If we take consideration about mecanic, personality, paint, design,hande made,cad,tecnologie,imagination,culture etc, it´s logical that Motorcycles have big relevance around the world.

    Good luck for the Event.

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