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2011 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Only a few spots remain for the Ride that kicks off the Sturgis Rally. The annual Legends Ride on Monday, August 8, pairs Rally-goers with celebrities and top-bike builders on a ride from Deadwood to the Sturgis Buffalo Chip, and the 4th annual Ride is on the verge of its fourth consecutive sellout.
The Sturgis Buffalo Chip, motorcycling’s largest music festival, has expanded its roster of sponsors for the 71st annual Sturgis Rally held this August.
The 2011 year marks the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s 30th anniversary as corporate partners tap into its high-octane mix of music, motorcycles, camaraderie and freedom.
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Music
The Broken Spoke Campground recently announced the first few bands that will be playing during the 71st Anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in August.
But it won’t stop with the below artists; many more bands will be announced before this year’s Sturgis Rally.
2011 Buffalo Chip
"The Great Ride" is an entertaining new motor sports driven television series that explores what excites, inspires and drives Americans.
Produced by Natural 9 Entertainment, the new series is all about adventure, new inventions, must have products, the hottest designs and trends, it’s a high octane mix of information and entertainment.
Car Crazy Television, the leading worldwide automotive enthusiast television show announced today an exciting all-new motorcycle focused episode straight from the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, SD. Highlighting the greatest motorcycle rally in the world, Meguiar’s gives viewers a sneak peek inside this incredible event.
Entitled "Sturgis Motorcycle Rally" this episode is sure to be a standout Car Crazy hit this season.
After providing rally-goers a world-renowned array of musical acts and Michael Lichter’s unparalleled motorcycles as art exhibit during Rally Week 2009, the Legendary Buffalo Chip is already kicking it into overdrive to prepare for next year’s rally. Locked, loaded and ready to grace the Chip’s infamous main amphitheatre stage is rock and roll luminary, ZZ Top. That little ol’ band from Texas is sure to deliver the familiar and intricate riffs that landed them in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and in the hearts of fans the world over.
Monkey Rock, the premier exhibitor and entertainment venue of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, has partnered with Segal Fine Arts to bring the David Mann Museum Exhibit to the 69th annual event. The exhibit will feature over 50 David Mann originals, many not previously offered for public viewing, including the world famous "Ghost Rider"
David Mann, the seminal artist of the biker lifestyle genre, is best known for the art he created for Easyrider magazine.
Friday night is burnout night at the Chip and you won’t want to miss this one. The Legendary Buffalo Chip is holding its Second Annual Baker Burnout Drags Competition, followed by an audience participation group burnout on Friday, August 7 during the Sturgis Rally. The competition is a raw execution of power, precision and skill is guaranteed to get your motor running.
The high octane, tournament-style Baker Burnout Drags Competition brought to you by Baker Drivetrain and the Legendary Buffalo Chip will come to a head during Friday night’s entertainment line-up.
Are you riding to the 69th Sturgis Rally, August 3-8, and not sure how to haul all the gear and supplies you need? The U.S. Postal Service has an easy solution.
"Tents, sleeping bags and other items can be heavy and cumbersome," says Acting Sturgis Postmaster Laura Barrett. "So take the hassle out of your ride by mailing your gear ahead and it will be there when you arrive."
Pack your belongings in a sturdy box (call your local Post Office or visit usps.com for service standards and size and weight restrictions) and send to:
You’ll want to be sure and catch Michael Lichter’s 9th annual Motorcycles as Art Exhibition during this year’s Sturgis Rally at the Legendary Buffalo Chip. The exhibit titled "Rebel Rousers- Motorcycle Icons that Inspired Us to Ride" is a must-see attraction at this year’s festivities. The exhibition will be open to the public Saturday, August 1st through Friday, August 7th, and admission is free.
Motorcycle riders and enthusiasts from around the world will have the chance to ride the new 2010 Harley-Davidson motorcycles at the 69th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, August 1-7, 2009. While Rapid City, S.D., will be the center of Harley-Davidson activities, riders and enthusiasts will enjoy the historic attractions and scenic riding in the legendary Black Hills region.
The Harley-Davidson Road Tour (all activities free of charge) will run from Saturday, Aug. 1 through Friday, Aug. 7, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City.