News from the Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally
One-Eyed Jack’s Saloon in downtown Sturgis likely will be sold Oct. 6, according to the Rapid City auctioneer who is handling the sale.
Auctioneer Martin Jurisch said Sunday that Ray Gold recently decided to sell the 45,000-square-foot saloon and property, which have an assessed value of $3.8 million. The sale is scheduled to start at 11 a.m. at 1304 Main Street, which is where the business is located.Read More...
STURGIS -- It isn’t a horse show, although plenty of ponies were seen.
The Fourth Annual Sturgis Mustang Rally took over Main Street on Saturday to cap off Sturgis’s “summer of rallies.”
The Mustangs were lined up on Main Street hoods up, showing a variety of horsepower. The 5.0-liter engines of the late 1980s were mixed in with original 289 engines and souped-up fifth-generation Mustangs with 4.6-liter engines.Read More...
Better attendance, larger bike counts, and more vendors contributed to an increase in tax revenues collected so far from the 2010 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, compared to last year at this time.Read More...
Being the originators of the drag race style, head-to-head burnout competition at Sturgis, BAKER was prepared to make this year more monumental than any year before, and they did just that!
Baker, a builder of motorcycle drivetrains, put over 20 builders together for two nights, poising them 6 feet in the air on the amazing Burnout Cage built by the legendary Wink Eller and Jay Allen.Read More...