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Posted by on in Joe Rogers
  As you may have guessed, the 2013 Sturgis Rally is in full effect.  There's plenty of loud music, good food, whiskey, roaring motorcycles and hot women.  Although Monday was a little slow, the rest of the week is sure to be crazier and filled with so much to see.  In the meantime, here's a few photos from the rally so far.  More here as the days progress. Cheers!   
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Posted by on in Joe Rogers
Sturgis is like many small towns in America; a normal, quiet home for residents where nothing ever seems to happen. For seven summer days in early August though, this sleepy town is transformed into a loud, leather bound Mecca for motorcycle enthusiasts from around the world. Rock music blasts from corner store rooftop speakers. People are everywhere, often spilling out into bike lined street. Ladies in body paint and pasties smile and wave for the many cameras and growling engines rumble d...
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STURGIS MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM    Today is Sunday May 19, and it’s raining here in the Sturgis area, and all over the Black Hills. It is rain that’s sorely needed by farmers and ranchers so I won’t complain. It’s not raining inside the museum though, so if you’re in the area, drop in and get a close-up look at some of the rare and beautiful two wheelers, and antique motorcycle equipment that’s on hand. Plan to spend at least an hour….there is plenty to see inside. The Sturgis Motorc...
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Posted by on in BIKER TALES
  NO BRAKES MAKES IT A RACER    STAN DISHONGS 1946 HARLEY-DAVIDSON WR  Way back in 1946 flat track racing in major East Coast and West Coast cities attracted large crowds. Dirt tracks in the LA Basin and the San  Francisco Bay Area pulled in serious money during weekend events. Flat track racing was all the rage due to the high speeds and very competitive nature of half mile and one mile circle track competitions. This Harley-Davidson, rigid frame, flat...
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