Sturgis Bike Week 2014

This is the biggest and longest running motorcycle rally all across America where people in their motorbikes hold a series of events for the whole first week in August each year at Sturgis, South Dakota.
People gather around and participate in various events and happenings. Last year's event has seen more than 600,000 participants. The week's long event is comprised of concerts as well as rides and stunts and a lot more.

When is Sturgis Bike Week 2014

August 4, 2014

Where is Sturgis Bike Week

Where to Stay for Sturgis Bike Week

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  1. Best Western Sturgis
  2. Sturgis Days Inn
  3. Holiday Inn Express
  4. Sturgis Super 8
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What to Expect at Sturgis Bike Week

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Highlights of the Sturgis Bike Rally 2014

There are lots of events and activities for visitors, guests as well as for participants to enjoy. Some of these include patriotic displays and memorials, machine gun shooting which is open for the public, performances by fire dancers, hula dancers and other dancers. Others may be interested to watch the Wounded Knee Memorial Motorcycle Run and other fun activities. People may check websites for more information on the schedule of various events and activities.

Sturgis Bike Rally enthusiasts may still have the opportunity to enjoy some all-time favorites like motocross races, hill climbs by amateurs and professionals as well as drag races. People may also enjoy what vendors have to offer from food stuff to souvenir items. They may also check out other booths or shops that offer other goods and services. Others may just simply tour around and marvel at the awesome sights and fantastic sounds all around.

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What Need to Attend Sturgis Bike Week

  • Bike
  • Camp Site Rental
  • Camper Trailer of Hotel

Sturgis Bike Week History

The first of this kind of rally was witnessed in 1938 through the initiative of the Jackpine Gypsies which was then a motorcycle club. There was a single race that had nine participants and a small crowd as the audience. Most of the events after that were then focused on motorcycle rally which was mostly on bike races and stunts.

By 1961, the hill climb and the motocross races were included. The Sturgis Rally continued ever since only pausing a bit during WWII and in some instance when there was a problem with the supply of gasoline in 1942. More and more people have attended and have witnessed the Sturgis Bike Rally over the years. Today the event is for the entire family as well. Parents together with their children drive on campers and trailers and on their motorcycles as well.

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