Luverne businesses benefit from thousands of motorcyclists that stop and shop on their way to and from Sturgis, South Dakota, each year. The Holiday station in Luverne sees up to 500 motorcycles stop per day on the weekends before and after the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.  A group of four riders from Iowa are pictured at the Holiday station in Luverne. They are (from left) Denis Kramer, Dubuque, Iowa; Ray Nicks, Dubuque; Keith Kramer, Guttenberg, Iowa; and Deb Nicks, Dubuque.

Sturgis Rally brings motorcycles through Luverne

Summer is a busy time of year for businesses in Luverne that cater to travelers.

With the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the Black Hills, local gas stations, restaurants, and other businesses have seen a steady stream of motorcyclists headed west on Interstate 90 during the last week.


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