Don’t Miss Tilting Motor Works at the World’s Largest Motorcyclist Rally!
Attracting a whopping near 700,000 people per year from all around the world, Sturgis is the world’s largest motorcycle rally. During the event, the entire town of Sturgis, South Dakota is transformed by rallies, live concerts, parties, and bike shows. Whether you’re a rider or just along for the adventure, there’s something for everyone! Catch Tilting Motor Works at the 81st Annual Sturgis Rally, Friday, August 6 – Sunday, August 15, 2021. Join Bob, Bryson, and the Arcimoto team at this year’s event! Located on Lazelle Street, Tilting Motor Works will offer visitors a chance to see the TRiO with Tilt-Lock System up close and personal. You don’t want to miss this!
WHAT: 81st Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
WHEN: Friday, August 6 – Sunday, August 15, 2021
WHERE: 944 Lazelle St. (across from the Iron Horse and Broken Spoke Saloons) in Sturgis, South Dakota
WHO: Tilting Motor Works represented by Bob & Bryson at the Arcimoto Tent
Your Guide to Sturgis 2021
During the rally, Main Street is closed off to all traffic other than motorcyclists and pedestrians. And you can find Tilting Motor Works just one street over from Main on Lazelle St! Stop by the Arcimoto booth to view the lineup of bikes, meet the team, and learn more about the TRiO conversion that lets you lean.
With no shortage of rallies throughout the week, you’ll have your pick of which races you’d like to attend – from Moto-X to PRO-AM hill climbs.
Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame
Get a taste of motorcycle history with a visit to the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame where you can admire vintage bikes, memorabilia, and learn about the trailblazers in motorcycle history.
Contests and Competitions
Whether as a participant or enthusiastic observer, there are abundant entertaining competitions at the rally – whether the focus is food, facial hair, or tattoos, there’s a contest for everyone.
This campground is iconic to Sturgis and is a must-see during your time at the rally. Despite its peripheral location at the rally, it is said to be the hub of activity – bike show, roller derby, vendors, live concerts, and a swimming pool!
Beyond the Rally…
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Cruise down Keystone’s Main Street and enjoy the old western town, then head east for breathtaking views of Mount Rushmore.
Crazy Horse Memorial
Located in the heart of the Black Hills, Crazy Horse Memorial welcomes over a million visitors each year to admire the world’s largest sculptural undertaking: an unfinished pegmatite granite memorial carving of Lakota leader Crazy Horse.
Badlands National Park
Ride along the Badland Loop Scenic Byway and take in the spectacular 244,000 acres of grass prairie and eroded buttes that make up the Badlands. You may even spot bison, pronghorn, mule, or whitetail deer.
Custer State Park
Custer State Park encompasses 71,000 acres in the Black Hills and is the ideal destination for outdoor activities – biking, boating, swimming, and fishing, or enjoy a scenic ride through the park.
Deadwood is just as wild today as it was back at its founding in 1876 as a gold rush town. Located in the Black Hills National Forest, Deadwood is home to many great saloons – a great destination for some lunch, gambling, or a little of both!