Sturgis, South Dakota is home to some of the most beautiful LID-LESS
riding we have ever seen. Although the parties and the camping are EXCELLENT, this is one
of those events where you will DEFINITELY want to spend a majority of your time
riding, and taking in the breath-taking scenery. And again... NO HELMETS
REQUIRED !!! It's a beautiful thing.
The Rally was started in 1938 by Jackpine Gypsies Motorcycle Club and it is
going stronger than ever today! Some personal recommendations from
Cyberspokes are: The Buffalo Chip Campground, The National Motorcycle Museum
& Hall of Fame, Mount Rushmore, Devil's Tower (Wyoming), Deadwood, Needles
Highway, the buffalo in Custer State Park, and Spearfish Canyon.
Below, you will find some pretty cool pictures of Cyberspokes in Sturgis, and
we've also included some helpful resources to make your future trip to The
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Cyberspokes at The Sturgis Bike Rally
|Buffalo Chip Campground - Sturgis|
-The wildest time in Sturgis. Concerts from the
nation's top headliners in Rock & Roll along with bike shows and rodeos.
When Cyberspokes camped here, we were luck enough to see Great White and
Nancy Sinatra play. If you want a quiet time and plenty of sleep, GO
-This is a nice site with lodging, maps, pictures,
local business links, Harley rental info and more.
|Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce|
-Not only is this a great site to go to for area
attractions, maps, accommodations, and places to eat... BUT it is also a
great site to check out just in case your thinking of moving to
Sturgis. They have info on cost of living, schools, healthcare, and
other quality of life considerations.
|Sturgis Harley Davidson|
-During the famous Sturgis Motorcycle Classic their
Sturgis location is located one block from renowned downtown Main Street. At
that time they host a number of special events, products, vendors and sales
to help create the rally atmosphere that Sturgis is famous for.
-This Official Sturgis Rally Website has schedules,
rally history, news, a photo gallery, a rally store, message boards and