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September 4, 2020
This gathering had 365K people. How many of them did COVID kill?
I've been riding motorcycles for more than forty years. I've owned two Harleys, a Honda, a Kawasaki, a Royal Enfield, and a Yamaha. In 1993, my wife Mary and I visited her brother at Ellsworth Air Force Base in Rapid City, South Dakota. It was a few days before the official opening of the Sturgis Rally, so I cajoled her into visiting Sturgis (by car) out of curiosity. It was an interesting experience. But since I don't like crowds, and my vices are few, I decided that the event was not on my "bucket list." I currently own a 2003 Anniversary Harley-Davidson Electra Glide, which I rode (not trailered) about 1,100 miles each way to the Harley 100th celebration in 2003 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Crowd estimates were 200,000 plus riders, which the press thought was enormous. And there were few, if any disturbances — except some "booing" when a surprise guest, Elton...(Read Full Post)