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There’s the sense that anything can happen during the 10-day stretch of the rally, and just for the fact that it happened at Sturgis is what makes it priceless.
Being able to take that back with you, and being able to pull from that when the opportunity arises is how Sturgis changes a person.
Steve managed to find a quiet dirt road away from the craziness of the rally. Traffic is awful along the streets in downtown Sturgis.
This kind of scenic locale is easy to find just a few miles outside of Sturgis and is part of what beckons people to the area for the rally. It’s hot as heck out there, and accommodations are terribly expensive. One of WRN's employees split a 0-a-night hotel room with a six-night minimum at the Sturgis Super 8 with two other people.
Probably the real reason why people attend, ironically, is for the madness.
The domestic life of working Monday to Friday, mowing the lawn and taking the kids to school, is just too cyclical.
People need a moment of hysteria to scramble their senses, a bout of mania to keep them on edge and doses of shock to reenergize their inner-party animal.
There's a funny biker patch with the saying, "I trailered my motorcycle to Trailer Week," that's sold at some of the vendors here.
It turns out they also had the best food in all of Sturgis, renting out a BBQ truck for the rally.
After the five nights, we finished out the rally at a hotel in Spearfish, just a 15 to 20 minute ride west of Sturgis.
With a fresh splash of pink in her hair and some stylish outfits to wear, Sash donned her furry boots and was absolutely excited to go.
We had a reservation for five nights at the Sturgis RV Park at one of their cabins.