The Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s Student Build Challenge™ kicked off it’s 4th annual motorcycle build educational at Brown High School in Sturgis South Dakota. As part of the program, students will transform a 2012 Harley-Davison® Road King donated by Black Hills-Harley Davidson, into a one of a kind, show quality custom bike. The new custom bagger will feature hand fabrication and world high end aftermarket parts and accessories from industry leading brands making it an instant classic ready to compete in world class bike shows or long haul riding.
The completed custom creation will be auctioned off at the Buffalo Chip® during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in support of the Legends Ride charity event on Monday August 5, 2013. You can learn more about the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s Student Build Challenge™ and reserve your tickets for the Legends Ride now at Legends Ride.
From left to right back row- Principal Jeff Simmons, Superintendent Don Kirkegaard, Bill Johnson instructor, Chad Hedderman instructor, Rod Woodruff Owner of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip, Al Reiman President of Black Hills Harley-Davidson, Keith Terry of Terry Components. Front row is the Sturgis Brown High School students participating in the Buffalo Chip’s Student Build Program.