See exactly what went down

Wow, where did the time go? The 2015 Sturgis Rally has come and gone like a whirlwind. We kicked off the week at the chain-breaking party at the Harley-Davidson Rally Point, a wonderful plaza on Main Street where concerts, ceremonies and weddings will be held and where riders can have pictures taken with their motorcycles with the iconic Sturgis hillside sign in the background. After that, everything becomes a blur: Five Finger Death Punch and Alice Cooper at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip, the Legends Ride, the Biker Belles event, the pro flat track at the Black Hills Speedway and a death-defying jump over 22 cars by Doug Danger. We got hailed on during the Godsmack show, winds almost blew the door right off our trailer, and Moonshiner Josh Owens offered us a swill off his jug. While our memory is still a little fuzzy, fortunately we shot lots of pictures at the 75th annual Sturgis Rally in the Black Hills. Enjoy! Keep up with rallies and events on our events page.

Doug Danger wowed the crowd at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip when he jumped 22 cars on one of Evel Knievel’s old Harley XR750s.
Josh Owens from the Discovery Channel’s “Moonshiners” was a big hit with the athletes of the Black Hills Special Olympics.
Alice Cooper rocked the crowd with his signature style Saturday night at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip.
The Weld Guy, Milwaukee Artist Kendall Polster, cuts through the chain to officially open the Harley Rally Point in Sturgis.
Jager girl Kristina flashes a great smile at the 2015 Legends Ride.
Doug Danger flew over 22 cars to complete a feat the great Evel Knievel failed, his jump one of the biggest headlines of the 75th annual Sturgis Rally.