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27 Days 15 Hours

Sturgis is always fun who else is going? What do you recommend not missing? Full Throttle, One Eyed Jacks, Buffalo Chip?

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The "Parade"at Glencoe, $15.00 for 4 hours every night, 5-dark. One eyed Jacks, Dungeon bar, Spear fish Canyon, The roads, the ladies. I always take "da Bus'after dark. it will take you any where and you can drink till you drop. If you never have been there b4 toss the map. and follow some others. It is too hard looking for a certian road and pay attention at the same time. If you dont like where you end up follow another group/ make friends

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Leaving 7 am, Aug. 2 riding straight thru to Sturgis.

ETA 5 pm Sturgis time.

My 18th year.

Will be staying at Hog Heaven.

I recommend you take an early morning ride thru the hills.

Sunrise is the best. No crowds.

Also recommend taking a ride to Alzeda, MT. or further West into Wyoming. Plan it right you can both in one day trip.

Devils Tower and MT. Rushmore if you have'nt seen before.

Be safe.

Avoid driving drunk !!

Save the drinking for the campground or take "Da Bus".

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