Sturgis, SD -- The legendary black hills of South Dakota will become host to the region’s largest ever vintage motorcycle swap meet, show and auction this fall. Slated for September 5th, 6th, and 7th this event will draw from a six state region including North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado and Minnesota. Staged the week after the Davenport, Iowa vintage meet this venue provides an excellent opportunity for vendors migrating back to the North West corner of the country. With 40,000 square feet of indoor space and over five acres of exhibition ground this promises to be an exceptional event for the region’s motorcycle buffs.
The swamp meet is dedicated to pre-1978 motorcycle, parts and memorabilia. A “sale corral” will be available for newer bikes in need of owners. Event promoters Gary Lippord and Coe D. Meyer see the region as teaming with beautiful old motorcycles and related items. Additionally the auction hosted by David Wilson promises to draw out some very special machines. Sturgis and the Black Hills are spectacular in September with lots to do in every direction. “We feel this is a great get away opportunity,” says event promoter Coe D. Meter. Everyone loves the Black Hills and this event affords a great opportunity to experience the area at its best. Who knows… you may just find the motorcycle you wanted in high school?
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