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Art in motion

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STURGIS — If you don't ride it, it's not a motorcycle. It's that simple.

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally draws all kinds of bikes and bikers to the Black Hills every year, including many high-dollar custom bikes that only see the light of the sun on short walks from trailer to display. For world-renowned motorcycle photographer Michael Lichter and a phalanx of hardcore bikers young and old, this is wrong. Yes, motorcycles can be works of art, but they must be ridden. Lichter curated a custom bike art exhibit at the Buffalo Chip all week dedicated to this ethos.

 

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Established in 1876. This paper is the oldest business in West River South Dakota and the only locally owned newspaper in the territory. The Pioneer serves Spearfish, Lead, Deadwood and Whitewood in Lawrence County as well as Meade and Butte County.

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