Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Smell the freedom ... and the leather. From the Black Hills to the Badlands, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally offers plenty of curves on the roads ... and in the bars. Get your motor runnin' for a wild ride.Filed under:
Crazy Horse Memorial
In 1929 a Lakota elder named Henry Standing Bear wrote a letter to a Polish-American sculptor (Korczak Ziolkowski) about creating a monument to honor Native American war hero Crazy Horse. Today, work on the “world’s largest mountain carving,” as the Crazy Horse Memorial is called, is still ongoing, about 17 miles from Mt. Rushmore. During bike week, 2 mountain blast-carvings will occur.
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