Motorcycle Rally: Things to do in Sturgis,  South Dakota

Get ready for one of the most iconic motorcycle events of the year: the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally!

This gathering of motorcycle enthusiasts is an experience like no other, with associated concerts and pub crawls to bike shows and beard contests.

Whether you’re coming in from the east coast or heading in from out west, you’ll want to check out some of the stunning attractions the midwest has to offer.

The museum has interactive exhibits and an extensive collection of motorcycles and antiques dating back to around 1907.

Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame


The Full Throttle Saloon is self-proclaimed as the World’s Largest Biker Bar. The three acres of land comprise the property, and it has a 26,000-square-foot building on it.

Visit the “World’s Largest Biker Bar”


Taking full advantage of the soil of the Black Hills, the winery takes pride in growing, harvesting, and bottling western South Dakota wine.

Belle Joli Winery Sparkling House


The car collection on display spans 1950 to 2011 and aims to preserve the history of the Saab.

Saab Heritage Car Museum


A former U.S. Army post of 6,700 acres of forests and grasslands. The grounds include the Fort Meade Cavalry Post, the Old Fort Meade Museum, and the Centennial Trail.

Fort Meade Recreation Area


You can sip drinks, watch sports, attend concerts, and go camping at Sturgis Buffalo Chip.

Sturgis Buffalo Chip


It has three trails for you to enjoy: Summit Trail, Lake Trail, and Centennial Trail. You can go hiking, biking, horseback riding, boating, and fishing.

Bear Butte State Park


The discovery of gold in the southern Black Hills in 1874 attracted miners to the area. The town was known for its rowdiness and lawlessness and has been featured in movies and an HBO series.

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