AMERiders loves to eat and party so we are serving you up some Great 77th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Establishment and Venue Stops for this year. With Sturgis just 15 days away we thought we would give you a rundown on just a few of the places you can eat or the venue stops you may see while you’re there. The local establishments are very excited to host the country’s biggest and best motorcycle rally! They are working hard to make sure everything is ready for you to enjoy 10 days of incredible riding, music, food, and friends. Sturgis even caught up with some of our the local establishments in Sturgis, and those that were available were more than happy have photos in between their hard working moments.
Establishments for the 77th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
These are just a few establishments that you can find at the 77th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally they are by far not all of them you can find more of them on the Sturgis website.
1304 Main Street: This mainstay of the bike rally opened June 2 for the season. Known for the One-Eyed Jack’s Girls, 3 stories of gorgeous bartenders and dancers guarantee rally goers non-stop entertainment. One-Eyed Jack’s takes up nearly an entire block on Main Street, and hosts live music all rally long. Terri, One-Eyed Jack’s general manager, is in full hustle mode to get everything perfect in time for the rally.
900-998 2nd Street: With the longest bar in South Dakota at 85 feet long, the Knuckle is a favorite for any rally goer. They are staffed with 200 employees during the rally, 4 kitchens running around the clock, and numerous vendors within their 45,000 square feet establishment. The Brewery currently offers 8 brews on tap and sells Knuckle canned beer on site.
1305 Main Street: Open year round, the Loud American is the place to be for incredible, accessible live concerts during the rally. Two floors and dancing right up to the stage make the Loud American a must-visit establishment as well as a venue. They also offer a full menu, the Legendary Steak Tip dinner as their hallmark meal.
Venues at the 77th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Venues are the best at the 77th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and from concerts to beer and spirits and more, we love our venues and these are the popular ones for more see here.
The world famous Iron Horse Saloon®, a major destination for bikers in Daytona Beach, FL for more than 30 years, brings its unique brand to Sturgis, South Dakota. Featuring a world class restaurant, known for its great food and hospitality, this prime Sturgis location will reflect the rich character of the original Iron Horse Saloon® that bikers from all over the world have come to know and appreciate. The draw for many to Iron Horse Saloon® is a distinctive line up of awesome music from national acts of all genres, great beer and drinks, along with an affinity for motorcyclists of all types. Read More about the Iron Horse Saloon Here.
The very first Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in 1938 had just 9 participating bikers and a small audience of spectators. Today, western South Dakota’s bike rally draws thousands upon thousands of bikers and spectators each and every year. In 1983, 600 acres of land east of Sturgis, South Dakota was purchased and transformed into a sprawling, comfortable camping facility to support the world’s biggest and best manifestation of motorcycle culture as it caught on like a prairie blaze.
When the bikers demanded a clean and spacious home-away-from-home to pitch their tents and park their campers, a local Sturgis family responded by creating the all-inclusive Glencoe. Throughout the last 20+ years since its inception, Glencoe has become an important icon in Sturgis Motorcycle Rally history. Read More about Glencoe Here.
Prepare to get an exclusive pass to unrivaled entertainment that will get you so excited you’ll understand why “Holy sh** that was f***ing awesome!” is an understatement! Everyone knows the Buffalo Chip has the best Sturgis Rally concerts; the hottest stars play at the Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling™. See for yourself by checking out the extensive list of legendary performers who have taken to one of the Chip’s seven stages since 1981. Read More about the Buffalo Chip Here.
Last but certainly not least the famous
If you ask Michael Ballard the owner of Full Throttle Saloon what makes the Full Throttle different from other bars? He’ll tell you…. “You get such a range of people coming in. Most bars are segregated by age. You have the dance club for young guys or the country club for the older fellas. Not at the Full Throttle. It’s common to see a 21-year-old guy sitting and having a beer with another guy old enough to be his granddad, and they both have riding motorcycles in common. It’s a real cool thing.” They get a lot of beer and we mean a lot… Per Michael “We get about 15,000 people a night.
They go through A LOT of beer. We get two tractor trailers full of beer delivered every night of the rally. The beer companies know by now that there are so many motorcycles clogging the roads, they can’t send trucks during the day, so they come after 3:00 AM when the bars have closed.” Read More about Full Throttle Saloon Here.
~And as always….
~Live Free Ride Hard~
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