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Established in 2001, the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame is home to an ever-growing variety of motorcycles dating back to 1907. On display are a huge selection of American and metric bikes along with a wide variety of exhibits, photographs...more
All reviews on display gift shop two floors great collection great place to visit vintage motorcycles the lower level main street in town staff was friendly love motorcycles worth a stop interesting place road trip black hills south dakota bikes
We were here about a week prior to the rally and rode in to get a glimpse of preparations. It began to rain, so we ducked in the museum. We really enjoyed the displays and exhibits. It's a worthwhile stop.
This is a great, affordable way to spend some time. There’s lots to see and tons of history in this museum. Awesome motorcycles as well. They even have a nice little gift shop to check out too. Definitely recommend!
Never seen so many unique and beautiful motorcycles. From 1908 to modern custom models. The old Indians were especially nice to see. A photo bonanza. Nice to visit when it was not crowded. You enter and exit thru the little gift shop. Resistance is useless.
Had always heard of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and while in the area wanted to just see the town. Young man at a gift shop told us about the museum. Was very interesting to see all the motorcycles and memorabilia. Enjoyed seeing the town and...More
We were impressed by the huge variety of antique and collectible motorcycles and associated cycle and racing items. There were motorcycles that I have never seen before visiting this museum! Just beautiful works of art and very impressive. Take time to visit - it was...More
Legally, I own half of a Harley. Not really my thang, jelly bane. I like doors and a roof. However, I most certainly can appreciate the history and workmanship that went into the cycles on display in this museum. And the biographical info on some...More
Response from Christine D | Property representative |
The bike you are asking about is an Excelsior Henderson Super X. There were under 2000 of them manufactured in Belle Plaine, Minnesota.
We're so glad you enjoyed our museum. Please let me know if you have other questions.