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“a town that loves bikes & those who ride them”
Sturgis is synonymous with motorcycles and the people who love them. Visitors come all year looking for motorcycle-related businesses and attractions - and they get a piece of motorcycling history when they visit Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame. In a joint effort the Museum's Board of Directors, the Jackpine Gypsies Motorcycle Club, local students and members of the Sturgis community gathered on March 10th, 2001 to scrape, sand, and paint the old church building next to the Pyramid Bar. Gene and Nancy Flagler, owners of the church, determined the rent should be a whopping $1.00 a month, helping to make the Museum's first and most critical year a little easier to manage financially. The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame opened its doors to the public on June 1, 2001. Local and national collectors loaned the new Museum a selection of vintage and rare V-twin and metric motorcycles, offering visitors a glimpse into the magnificent world of two wheels.
I am not big into motorcycles but it was cool to walk around this museum and see some amazing looking bikes, new and old. The price was relatively cheap and it is located right downtown. The lady... Read more
This was a fun little museum to go through in a hour. This is Sturgis, the main Harley Davison city in America so it was fun and educational to see all the different kinds of motorcycles there... Read more
Highly recommend going to this motorcycle museum. The original bike from the movie Harley Davidson and the Marlboro man is on display and worth the $10 cover. The shrine to Jessi Combs was a nice... Read more
Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall Of Fame
- Sun - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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