Sunday, March 15, 2009

Rich Phillips Cycles and Leather at Sturgis Limpnickie lot 08

Sturgis at the Limpnickie Lot was a blast. There was so much to do. The Wall of Death was as expected one of the highlights of the lot. They are great guys. There were partys every night at the Broken Spoke. The new pool at the Broken Spoke is a real crowning touch at the spoke.
We did have some high winds that took out several of the vendors tents. When we got back from on of the several bike runs the Luck Charms guys tent was just gone, and was later found in a crumpled heap.
One of the biggest highlights was the Michael Lichter’s Motorcycle-As-Art Exhibit, “Stay Gold,”in the Thunderdome. The exhibit focused on garage builders and artists who maybe haven't seen much or any of the limelight but still produce breathtakingly detailed work in the same spirit as the late Johnny Chop.The Michael Licter "Stay Gold show" and dinner was interrupted by a storm and tornado warning. Once the storm passed we retuned to enjoing a wonderful dinner and show at the Thunder dome.

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