Meet artist Darren McKeag

Darren McKeag will be at the Flying Piston Benefit on Sunday, August 7th @ 8:30 – 11AM at Buffalo Chip Big Engine Bar. He will be signing hero cards and you can even get a photo of you on his chopper.



Hello, My name is Darren McKeag

I was born and raised in Iowa, served six years in the US Army and currently share an art gallery and studio with my wife Missy.

I’ve been creating art my entire life and most of my art has been about HotRods motorbikes and the lifestyle of having them. I have been creating tattoo art for the past 32 years and creating motorbike art for the past 22 years…

My motorbike art includes pinstriping and illustrative painting on helmets and bike parts… I also paint large-scale acrylic on canvas art, depicting motorbike experiences…

Check out Darren’s Art:

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About The Flying Piston: The 2022 Sturgis edition of the  Flying Piston Benefit is produced by Marilyn Stemp of Iron Trader News and Jeff Najar of Green Forest Brand.  Our work raises awareness and funds for non-profits and individuals in the motorcycle community, vets, and kindergartners. For more information, please contact marilynstemp(at), 828-205-8482. To get involved with the Piston, click here. Enjoy the rally and we hope the Sturgis Buffalo Chip 2022 Lineup is just what the Doctor ordered.

At The Buffalo Chip – Performances from world-class entertainers are just part of what the Sturgis Buffalo Chip has in store again for 2022. Guests will have the opportunity to experience thrilling events, including legendary rides, powerful freedom celebrations, top-tier bike shows, heart-pounding stunts, white-knuckle racing, worthwhile charity events and so much more. All events are outdoors in an open environment for the safest experience possible. Entertainment is free with camping. A full list of Sturgis Buffalo Chip events is available at

About Sturgis – The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the largest motorcycle rally in the world. It is held annually in The Black Hills and in Sturgis, South Dakota for 10 days during the first week of August. It was started by local Indian dealer Pappy Hoel in 1938. Since its beginning, private area businesses throwing events such as races, concerts, and rides have made, and continue to make, the Sturgis Rally what it is today. 2021 will mark the 81st annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.