Motorcycles are art at the Buffalo Chip museum
And bikes are the attraction on Main street and throughout the hills ... but appreciating them comes in different forms.
There is one place here at the Rally where bikes are more than just a mode of transportation, they are truly art.
The exhibit Motorcycles as Art at the Buffalo Chip displays custom bikes of all types.
This year the theme is Old Iron, Young Blood and all these custom bikes were designed by builders age 35 and younger.
This exhibit is only open one week of the year.
Michael Lichter, Exhibit Curator says "People think the Buffalo Chip and they think oh the concerts and it's a lot of money and all this, it's not this and it's absolutely free to get in. They just go to the East gate, it's the old main entrance by the old stage. Go to Alkalie Road and take a right into the East gate and tell them you're going to the Buffalo Chip art gallery exhibition. It's absolutely free and people need to come in here and see it. Everybody should come by."
The Motorcycle as Art exhibit is open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. every day until Friday.