Sturgis Roadhouse. It’s All About…

Bikes, babes, beer and famous builders all under one roof.  During the Sturgis rally Thunder Road is one of the best places to go to watch and be seen.  This year’s combines all the Sturgis essentials: Sunday August 3rd – Trike Wars: The Battle of Three Trike and Sidecar Show. Monday August 4th – 2ndAnnual THE HORSE Backstreet Choppers Sturgis Bike Show. Tuesday August 5th – 6th Annual Metzeler Custom Bike Contest. Wednesday August 6th – Dave Perewitz Custom Paint Bike Show, sponsored by PPG. Thursday August 7th – Rat’s Hole will celebrate its “20th Anniversary in Sturgis. Friday August 8th- Bikernet Brouhaha will close out the bike shows. Steven Tyler of Aerosmith will be making an exclusive appearance at Thunder Road to support his new line of Redwing Motorcycles and meet the bikers. Thunder Road will be the only stop in Sturgis for him so if you are an Aerosmith fan or want to meet Stephen, be sure to stop by. Michael Lichter’s famed motorcycle-themed art exhibit will also make Thunder Road its home again this year. The exhibit, titled “Stay Gold,” focuses on garage builders and artists who maybe haven’t seen much or any of the limelight but still produce breathtakingly detailed work in the same spirit as the late Johnny Chop. The Seminole Hard Rock Roadhouse will celebrate its second year at Thunder Road, once again showcasing one-of-a-kind custom motorcycles, master bike builders, beautiful women and great entertainment throughout the week. This year, the Roadhouse will feature several top name builders
Located 3 miles east of Sturgis on Highway 34, Thunder Road is hard to miss. With six acres of paved vending space full of high-end, custom, aftermarket vendors and the nearly 40,000 square foot Thunderdome.

2 Responses to “Sturgis Roadhouse. It’s All About…”

  1. 1 rodent Aug 6th, 2008 at 9:52 am

    And it even survived a massive storm on the evening of the 5th durring the Lichter party with a thousand people and motorcycles in the plastic building. I was their eating what we thought was the last supper.

  2. 2 Steve " CARPY" Carpenter Aug 11th, 2008 at 10:44 am

    That storm was unreal, more wind that a gut full of gas. But everyone stayed put and enjoyed the rest of the week as the weather was great after that.
    I had a bike in the show and loved the comments from everyone, what a cool event.
    So many cool people and fun times.
    Peace and Grease

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