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Dr. Frazier Rides to the Center of the US Photo Gallery

Dr. Frazier Rides to the Center of the US

Wild in the wind, adventurous biker artwork near Sturgis.
In Sturgis this truck filled with goodies was a sign that the fun was about to begin.
Near the world’s largest biker bar was likely the world’s largest V-Twin.
The flag pavilion in Belle Fourche, South Dakota at the Geographic Center of the Nation, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The metal attestation that at this spot in Belle Fourche was the Geographic Center of the Nation, 32 miles from where we had been told was the adventure center of the universe in Sturgis.
I asked my riding pal if he felt any tingling while standing at the center of the nation.
A careful reading of the sign at the Geographic Center of the Nation tells the reader that 20 miles away is another “center.”
About 12 miles north of Belle Fourche we found a small sign pointing to the Center of the Nation.
7.8 miles of unpaved road lead us off Highway 85 through the rolling hills of South Dakota.
Somewhere out there in the distance is a Center of the Nation.
We were fooled for some minutes by this obvious government installation, thinking it was the official Center of the Nation.
There were no T-shirt vendors like in Sturgis on the empty road to the Center of the Nation.
The American flag waving in an empty field marked the spot.
Looking for adventure found me far away from the adventure biker center of the universe in Sturgis, with answers to wandering questions blowing in the wind.
A hand painted sign tells the adventure seeker they have found an answer to the elusive question of where adventure seeking ends.