Artist David Uhl – New Release 2022 Worldwide release of his latest – – his first ever Halloween-themed piece. This is the photo reference he’ll use when he sits down at the easel to create his latest masterpiece. As David stated, “The first time I saw this outrageous build by 70’s Helmets was at Michael Lichter’s Motorcycles as Art exhibit in Sturgis. It simply was destined to be painted.” FROM David Uhl Fine Art, Uhl Studios : We are now taking orders for the Fine Art canvas prints. Each print will be hand-signed by David and numbered, along with the appropriate Certificate of Authenticity. Please note: We will take orders for these through November 7th, at which time we will close the edition. ** Image size 18 x 24, $895 framed ** Image size 24 x 32, $1,295 framed ** Image size 30 x 40, $1,895 framed Please let me know if you’d like to reserve this new piece. You can respond to this email or call me at 303-913-4840. Thanks! Greg International Sales Director Visit Website at: https://www.uhlstudios.com/ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Tell’em Bikernet.com sent ya !!!
by Rogue On Sunday August 8th Michael Lichter invited members of the media and the motorcycle industry to the Grand Opening of his 2021 Motorcycles As Art Exhibition held at the Buffalo Chip. The exhibit is open to the public, free of charge for the entire rally. The exhibit is free and open to the public at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip Event Center from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7 through Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2021. It features a collection of custom motorcycles from the world’s most celebrated builders that’ll show you the spectrum of history and possibilities inherent in custom motorcycling. Click Here to Read this Photo Feature Article only on Bikernet.com Join the Cantina for more – Subscribe Today https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx
Dennis Kirk is proud to partner with world-renowned motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter for a new exclusive DK BLOG feature—LICHTER NOTES. Michael will share his thoughts and photos of bike builds, bike builders and biker events—past and present. All his articles can be found exclusively on the DK BLOG: THE AFTERMARKET EXPERIENCE. This week’s feature post is about the Sturgis rally in the early 2000s—the “Aughts”. It is number four of a five-part series leading up to the 2021 rally. Read it here: https://www.denniskirk.com/blog/lichter-notes/
Motorcycles and Art with Moxie in Sturgis 2020 For the last 12 years Michael Lichter has put on a Motorcycles Art Exhibit for Sturgis Rally riders at various locations. Industry Guests had a special showing on Sunday by invitation only. The event was also open to the public for Free from 2 P.M. to 10 P.M. Saturday August 8 through Friday August 14, 2020 This year’s show was named Heavy Mettle and like previous years included the who’s who of the motorcycle builders from around the world. CLICK HERE TO READ THE COVERAGE ON BIKERNET Quick, Join the Cantina – Subscribe Today https://www.bikernet.com/pages/custom/subscription.aspx
The first official day of the inaugural Cross Country Chase consisted of a scant 13-miles as a shakedown ride called the Prologue. Riders gathered on the shores of the Saint Mary’s River across the banks of the Canada border to sit for a group photo taken by none other than the world-famous photographer, Michael Lichter. Aune Osborne Park in Sault Saint Marie, Michigan was the staging area as well as the Official Green Flag start. Rider #51, Shane Masters, was the only rider unable to start and trucked his 1948 Indian Chief some 5 hours away to have his bike worked on with the hopes of meeting the group at the Ludington stop tomorrow evening. He received a DNS (Did Not Start) for the day. Rider # 62, Scott Funk, is one of only two Class I riders on 250cc machines and, despite his missing 2 of the required miles, his handicap favored him and his 1946 BSA-C11 afforded him a finishing score of 22.0 points. Rider #5 in Class II, James Maloney, managed only 1 mile and finished with 11 points, leaving him in 68th place. Number 99, Todd Cameron on his 1930 BSA Sloper with a 493cc engine, finished the day in first place with 30 points. Stay tuned folks, it’s sure to be an exciting race as 69 riders on every imaginable motorcycle marque works their way across America. Riders are preparing for the wet forecast tomorrow as they head toward Ludington, Michigan after an arduous 267-mile ride.
Going To The New Guy’s Party Photos and text by Rogue I was covering Michael Lichters Motorcycles As Art Exhibit show at the Buffalo Chip and was talking with Charlie Brechtel when he told me he had someone he wanted me to meet and it was Pepper Foster the new owner of Easyriders. READ THIS STORY EXCLUSIVELY IN THE CANTINA – Click Here to Read
An incredible group of young builders and artists who have been inspired by the iron stylings of previous generations will be creating new works that reflect the attitude and attributes of the present in the Buffalo Chip’s 2017 Motorcycles as Art exhibit, “Old Iron/Young Blood; Motorcycles and the Next-Gen,” curated by famed motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter. Forty builders under 36 years of age have accepted the challenge to build a custom masterpiece especially for this exhibit, each of which will be displayed atop elevated pedestals and lit with theater lights to better give guests an open view from every angle. The exhibition is free to the public and open in the Buffalo Chip’s Event Center 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 5 through Friday, Aug. 11. More information can be found at MotorcyclesAsArt.com. Read more here. Advertisement