Bell Brawl Stunt Competition at Sturgis

Brawling at Sturgis

Bell Powersports’ Bell Brawl stunt competition returns to Sturgis Buffalo Chip for the 80th annual Sturgis Rally on August 9.

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Bell Powersports announces the first stop of the 2020 Bell Brawl, a first-of-its-kind V-Twin-specific motorcycle-stunt contest, to The Legendary Sturgis Buffalo chip on Sunday, August 9, 2020 in Sturgis, South Dakota.

With three seasons under the “Bell Brawl” belt, the “Brawl” stunt competitions have set the standard as a platform for professional V-Twin stunt riders to showcase what is possible on 600-plus-pound motorcycles. The “Brawl” is invite-only, giving 20 highly talented stunt riders the opportunity to display their abilities, rewarding the best top three riders of the day with cash and prizes.

“After having to cancel the first two scheduled stops this season due to Covid-19 Pandemic, we are super excited to be able to bring this event together in Sturgis for the riders,” said Brett Conley, Brand Marketing manager for Bell Helmets. “The Brawl was ultimately created for the riders and I know these competitors are all eagerly awaiting a chance to finally get out and shred again after months of down time.”

Bell Brawl Stunt Competition at Sturgis

The “Bell Brawl” at The Buffalo Chip’s Crossroads will start at 3 p.m. (8/9/2020) during the 80th annual Sturgis Rally at 20622 Fort Meade Way, Sturgis, SD. Preliminary rounds for all invited riders will occur, then [the group] will be narrowed down to a final round of five, from which the top honors will be determined.

“I can personally assure you that the riders and fans of the Bell Brawl have been waiting for this event after what has occurred this year,” said Max Kuszaj, the event coordinator and owner of Ride and Destroy. “The riders are ready, the fans are ready, and we are ready to host the first Brawl of the season, while practicing the best health guidelines possible.”

Highlights from the competition will be uploaded to social media outlets @Bell_Powersports and @Ride_and_destroy_com


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