Harley-Davidson Sponsored Sturgis Events

Photo courtesy of Harley-Davidson If you’re in town for the Sturgis motorcycle rally during the first full week in August, take in some of the Harley sponsored events. These events take place around town and offer visitors a variety of entertainment, shops, and rides. There are two different locations for Harley’s events. 3rd and Lazelle […] More »

  Comments | By - June 24, 2011

Legendary Rides Around Sturgis

Photo courtesy of HDForum Member Toypuller There are many great rides around Sturgis that give riders an exhilarating ride and amazing views. This area is a popular destination for riders in the summer, especially during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally during the first full week of August. You should definitely drive down Main Street during the […] More »

  Comments | By - June 23, 2011

From Humble Beginnings to the Biggest and Best: The History of Sturgis

Photo courtesy of Sturgis Motorcycle Rally The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally has been a part of Sturgis’ history for many decades. 2011 marks the 71st celebration of the August motorcycle rally. This small town in South Dakota has a little over 6,000 residents, but is host to the largest motorcycle event in the world every first […] More »

  Comments | By - June 22, 2011

Sturgis Preview: The Full Throttle Saloon

If you’re planning a trip to Sturgis this August, you’ll be coming up way short if you don’t stop and hang at the Full Throttle Saloon. The Full Throttle Saloon in Sturgis has been a mainstay during the world famous Sturgis motorcycle rally for decades. The Saloon is so much more than just a bar. […] More »

  Comments | By - June 20, 2011

A Brief (and entertaining) History of Harley-Davidson’s Ad Slogans

Photo courtesy of the Harley-Davidson Archives   by Maria DeWeerdt, Harley-Davidson Archivist Everyone is familiar with ad slogans such as “Turn on Your Own Thunder,” and “Ride to Live–Live to Ride.” But over the years, Harley-Davidson has used many other slogans in its advertising, many of which seem strange to our 21st century ears. One 1932 […] More »

  Comments | By - June 17, 2011

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