Author: Edeburn, Carl
Published: Brookings, South Dakota: Dimensions Press, 2003.
This lively history of The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, an annual South Dakota event which has become world-famous, is punctuated by profiles of a variety of the very interesting characters who have been and are actors in the drama of America's romance of the road. There are also numerous pictures and other illustrations and many historical and popular culture details throughout this engaging and informative book.
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