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500 Motorcycle Burnout at S&S Smokeout

Thursday, July 29, 2010
S S Smokeout 2009 Sturgis
Let's roast some tires! S&S Cycle is looking for 500 bikers to help them set a world record at the S&S Smokeout at the Broken Spoke Campground to be held during Sturgis 2010.
The smell of spent rubber will soon fill the air of the Broken Spoke Campground as 500 motorcycles doing burnouts at the same time will attempt to set a world record during the 70th annual Sturgis Rally. The event is called the S&S Smokeout and it’s going down on Thursday, August 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the Broken Spoke Campground. S&S Cycle is not only sponsoring the event, it’s also putting up an S&S 92” V-Twin as a raffle prize.

If you’re headed to Sturgis and would like to be part of history, be at the Broken Spoke Campground on August 12th between noon and 3:00 p.m. to sign up. If you are camping at the Broken Spoke, you can pre-register by emailing: lisa@dbcustomleather.com to reserve your number. Please include your Broken Spoke Campground confirmation number in your email. All contestants will be required to sign a waiver and if they aren’t present by 3:00 p.m., their number will be given to someone else. Participants’ safety is paramount, so the Broken Spoke will bring in concrete jersey barriers for riders to buffer their front wheels against. Then it’s time to rev the throttle, drop the clutch and get those back tires a-smokin.’ S&S and the Broken Spoke want to make a cloud so big you can see it from space.

Each rider will receive a number and a certificate to prove that they were a part of this record-breaking event. Last year’s burnout was big, but this year promises to be even bigger. As Bert Baker said at Baker Drivetrain’s Smoke-Down Showdown last year, “It’s all just stupid fun.” Be a part of history or just come check out the tire-roasting party.
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Marcie Lane -Mrs. July 29, 2010 10:01 PM
Protect Bear Butte,Sacred Site.
I am part of the Native American Community and have a deep concern for the disrespect taking place during the Sturgis Rally towards our Sacred Mountain. The bikers for the most part once they are made aware of the issues try their best to be respectful and keep their distance from the Mountain and any Ceremonies that might be held there during the rally but the bars and campground owners that are practically right next door show no respect or concern what so ever! It is time they realized this Mountain has been held Sacred and used continuously for thousands of years by many tribes and some Ceremonies can not be postponed because of the rally. A little community respect and cooperation needs to be put in place to protect this Mountain used as a church by our people. Would you want 500 bikers doing burn outs next to your church during a wedding, baptism or funeral service? I think not. Would you want loud concerts and strobe lights and helicopter rides right over your church during a service drowning out all portions of your service, No you wouldn't, so don't do it to ours.
Protect Bear Butte -Sacred Mountain July 29, 2010 08:21 PM
This is just what we need........first strobe lights, loud concerts all week, loud motorcycle noise and now a smokeout with more polution and noise.

Broken Spoke......get some RESPECT! None of therse belongs next to our SACRED MOUNTAIN!