Steven Tyler will be ‘Living on the Edge’ with his Dirico Motorcycles when Aerosmith headlines the 2009 Sturgis Bike Week.
Music innovator Steven Tyler and master inventor Mark Dirico have merged their art forms to create Dirico Motorcycles, USA. Designed and hand built for seamless function, Dirico motorcycles are statements of craftsmanship, style, detail, and innovation, expressed through modern-age components assembled with old-world skill. They connect with the owner through their lines and inspire the rider through their performance. See them in person at Sturgis.
Dirico Motorcycles USA will be displaying bikes at the 7th Annual Metzeler Bike contest on Tuesday, August 4, at Buffalo Chip. Dirico will also have a full display setup of its models featuring builder Mark Dirico on Lazelle Street in Sturgis all week long, and a bike at the Deadwood Casino.
Dirico Motorcycles USA is the official bike of the Sturgis Bike Week and a Dirico motorcycle will be raffled off on Stage at Buffalo Chip during the Aerosmith concert, Wednesday, August 5. For more information go to: www.buffalochip.com.
With Aerosmith participating as the official band of Sturgis Bike Week, Tyler just might be the official person of the event. Tyler will be taking part in the Legends Ride on Monday, August 3, starting in Silverado-Franklin Historic Hotel and Gaming Complex, in Deadwood, and ending at Buffalo Chip in Sturgis. More about the ride can be found at: www.ledgendsride.com.
The engineering mastery within Dirico motorcycles gives them a peerless ride experience: seamless, practical, functional, balanced. Each motorcycle created by Dirico Motorcycles USA is driven exclusively by a heartbeat Harley-Davidson engine. Smooth styling, ageless innovation, and proven power plants make Dirico motorcycles unique in their look, feel, quality, and ease of service. Parked, a Dirico motorcycle is a rebellion against the ordinary. In motion, a Dirico motorcycle is a revolutionary experience.
Not for everyone, Dirico motorcycles are designed to resonate with the more experienced rider who wants to be distinctive but not entirely different; one who appreciates a bike that matches their own ideas.