Suspenstion Technologies Awards Black Hills Shocks at the Horse B.C. 2016 10th Annual Bike Show - 76TH RALLY
STURGIS, SD — Suspension Technologies, a Yelvington USA Company, provided a Black Hills shock gift certificate at one of the premiere Chopper shows in Sturgis.
Along with the Black Hills shock gift certificate enthusasts receive a bike event Horse t-shirt and a bottle of Hog Snot Lubricant’s cleaner AND are eligible to win their share of over $15,000 in prizes (drawn by raffle ticket).
The Horse Backstreet Choppers announced its long continued partnership with Michael Ballard's Full Throttle Saloon to deliver The Horse Backstreet Choppers, 10th Annual FREE RIDE IN Bike Show in Sturgis.
Bike Show Gallery
ABOUT THE FULL THROTTLE SALOON
Michael Ballard's Full Throttle Saloon is located in Sturgis, South Dakota and is the World's Largest Biker Bar. The Full Throttle Saloon is one of the largest outdoor bars in Sturgis, with live entertainment nightly during the Sturgis Rally. The Full Throttle Saloon opened in 1999. The brand has grown to include the top rated television documentary "Full Throttle Saloon", produced by Mighty Loud and A. Smith Company and syndicated by Turner Broadcasting on TruTV. For more information about the Full Throttle Saloon please visit fullthrottlesaloon.com.
ABOUT THE FIRE SALOON
The Full Throttle Saloon cuaght fire on Sept. 8 when a pinched power cord caught a cardboard box on fire, will be rebuilt. Full Throttle owner Michael Ballard issued a statement on the FTS facebook page confirming his intentions to rebuild “The World’s Largest Biker Bar” and laid out his plan of action to make it happen.
That plan includes “giving fans a chance to be a part of the rebuild” by purchasing metal plaques that will be a permanent part of the new building. A 12”X12” personal or memorial metal plaque on the side wall costs $250, a 12”X12” personal or memorial metal plaque on the back wall $500, and a 24”x24” personal or business metal plaque welded on the front of the Full Throttle Saloon sells for $2500. Ballard’s also offering up a full barrel of Full Throttle Trimble Tennessee Whiskey for $5000. People can also show their support by purchasing something as simple as a t-shirt or donations.
The Harley-Davidson Museum offers something similar to the plaques as it sells personalized rivets engraved in steel that are displayed on a curved steel wall on the grounds of the museum. A 3-inch rivet sells for $250 while a 6-inch rivet costs $1500.
ABOUT THE HORSE BACKSTREET CHOPPERS
The 2016 panel of guest judges includes:
- Roadside Marty of Flat Broke Customs,
- Steve Broyles,
- Kevin “Teach” Baas- Baas Metal Craft
- Englishman, Editor
Special guest judges include:
- Michael Ballard of The Full Throttle Saloon
- Angie of the World Famous Angieland.
Registration was FREE. Competing bikes were be on display at The Full Throttle Saloon from noon until 4 p.m.
The Horse Backstreet Choppers magazine is the USA's leading chopper publication. Over the last fourteen years the magazine has established itself as the premier publication for the home builder, as well as featuring the leading artists in the field and now as an international juggernaut, spreads the word to every corner of the globe. The Horse Backstreet Choppers is a publication of Charlie Horse LTD, contact information is located at www.thehorsebc.com