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|07-23-2015, 10:10 PM||#1|
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TPJ Customs Brings Indian Parts to Sturgis
TPJ Customs, the complete custom motorcycle shop based out of Northern California, is setting up and showcasing a new line of parts in Sturgis City Park during the 75th Anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. They will have a custom Indian Scout and a custom Indian Chief Classic on hand at their booth to showcase their new parts line that consists of over a dozen parts for Indian Scouts and Chiefs.
"We can't wait to mix it up with everyone," says Bryan Schimke, owner of TPJ Customs. "We're going to be right in the thick of it, shoulder to shoulder with other vendors, racers, builders, fans, you name it. Great times and friendly competition--it's Sturgis, man, and this one's going to be really special."
It is estimated that half a million riders will descend on the Black Hills for this year's iconic rally, and Sturgis City Park will be a hot spot, featuring bike shows, live music, supermoto racing and Harley stunt shows, all amidst a village of motorcycle parts vendors, accessory and clothing manufacturers, and all manner of concessions in a festival atmosphere with free admission.
"We're really proud of our shop, and we can't wait to showcase our parts," says Schimke. "But to be able to do it in the middle of Sturgis's 75th Anniversary? Dream come true. It's going to be crazy."
For more information on TPJ Customs, visit their website TPJCustoms.com
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