Pappy Hoel Speed Classic Roars Into Downtown Sturgis

Sturgis, South Dakota – The Pappy Hoel Speed Classic presented by Russ Brown returns to the same historic dirt track where it all began back in 1938. And just like the first flat track race organized by the local motorcycle dealer and area business, the Speed Classic roars back into downtown Sturgis backed by Coca-Cola and Read More >

Moto Stampede(R) Race Series Expands Diverse Schedule

Sturgis, SD — More adrenaline-packed racing events have this year been added to the Sturgis Buffalo Chip Moto Stampede race series at the premier action center of the rally. Six of the motorcycle and music festival’s nine days offers thrilling racing from American Flat Track and RSD Super Hooligan to street drags, Dirt Riot Off-Road, and Read More >

Indian Motorcycle & Veterans Charity Ride To Sturgis® Announces Third Annual Motorcycle Therapy Adventure

Nomination Program to Award Post-9/11 Veterans With Epic Adventure via “Hero’s Ride of a Lifetime” Scottsdale, Ariz. & Minneapolis (April 5, 2017) – — Indian Motorcycle®, America’s First Motorcycle Company®, has again joined forces with “Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis,” a nine-day journey that provides veterans a chance to use motorcycle therapy as a way Read More >

Sturgis 2012

Article By: Lemme Photos By: Bart Mitchel, Darren McKeag, Kerri Schindler And Sara Liberte Originally Published In The November 2012 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Once that truck driver figured out that I had pissed my shorts less than twenty hours ago, he booted my ass out of that Petercar along I-90 somewhere near Nothing, South Read More >

Second Annual Aidan’s Ride Sturgis Set For 76th Anniversary Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 2016

Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation Charity Ride to Fight ALD Building on Initial Success Brooklyn, New York (June 30, 2016) – The second annual Aidan’s Ride Sturgis, a charity motorcycle ride organized to fight ALD, will take place August 8, 2016, during the 76th anniversary of the iconic Sturgis Motorcycle RallyR. Last year, 75 riders participated, Read More >