The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame

The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame is located at the acclaimed corner of Main and Junction Streets in the heart of downtown Sturgis, South Dakota. It’s an address of note and notoriety in a town long associated with the famed Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Over eight decades, the Rally has become a cultural touchstone in film, folklore and fantasy and the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum embodies its story.

The Museum’s home is the Old Post Office Building, an appropriately historic facility built in 1937, covering 10,000 sq.ft. and housing the collection of more than 75 distinctive motorcycles, historic displays and changing exhibits. Competition machines both classic and contemporary blend with record-setting motorcycles, wild custom bikes from renowned builders, with a variety of makes and models represented. Displays commemorate notable moments in motorcycle history, pioneering women riders and, of course, members of the Hall of Fame – people whose impact on the sport enable its longevity still.

Concept vehicles, full-blown and restored vintage bikes are featured in the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum. Exhibits change as archived machines rotate and new bikes on loan are brought in for temporary display.

Visitors can enjoy a wide range of machines, including Indian, vintage Harley-Davidsons, race bikes, record-setting machines, commemorative customs and restored motorcycles if many makes and models.