The dollar hasn’t been stretching as far as it used to, especially at the pump. According to AAA gas prices are at the highest they’ve been all year with the national average at $3.19 over a $1.00 more than last year. But that isn’t the end of the story, for Western South Dakota tourism spikes the already high price of gas.
Evans' bike she brought this year to the rally is one of only 150 in the world, and if that doesn't make it unique enough, she spends her time away from rally events placing these crystals on her bike.
For one group of Pennsylvania friends, it was a lifelong dream to come to Sturgis. However, the question of how they were going to get to South Dakota was left unanswered, until one of them purchased a yellow school bus.
Every year the Hills are alive with rumbling sound of motorcycles as bike enthusiasts hit the streets, but it isn’t always traditional motorcycles on the roads, sometimes it’s dirt bikes and occasionally mini dirt bikes.
On Monday morning, Governor Noem tweeted about the auctioning of a painting in Deadwood whose proceeds will “benefit Treasured Lives, an organization dedicated to helping victims of human trafficking.” The title of the painting is “True Grit”, by artist, David Uhl.
The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally may be known for its big Harleys and Indian motorcycles, but dirt bikes and other two-wheel vehicles are taking center stage at Jackpine Gypsies during the rally. Ben Burns has a preview of what bikers and other guests can check out this week.
You spent hours on a plane, anticipating the arrival to your destination, only to realize that once you touch down there are no cars to rent and if there are, the price is a hefty one. You may think that only happens at far away tourist locations, but it’s a problem right here in Black Hills.
Tomorrow marks the official start to the Sturgis Rally, and after controversy of the event being labeled as a COVID-19 super spreader last year, there’s growing concerns about what this year might look like.
Car crashes, forest fires, and medical traumas are just a few things the Rapid City Fire Department respond to, and right now those emergency response calls are not slowing down, as fighters fighters gear up for busy rally week.