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Last fall the Full Throttle Saloon caught on fire because of a pinched power cord.
Last fall the Full Throttle Saloon caught on fire because of a pinched power cord.
KOTA TV
August 1, 2016

Full Throttle Saloon Gearing up for 76th Rally

KOTA TV reports that the Full Throttle Saloon is rebuilding after a fire destroyed much of the bar in 2015.  The Full Throttle Saloon, also known as the world's largest biker bar, is open with tents constructed to serve beverages.  Michael Ballard, owner of the Full Throttle Saloon, is rebuilding a new bar near Pappy Hoel Campground.  The site is 6 miles north of Sturgis on Highway 79.

For more information about the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, visit the Black Hills Knowledge Network news archives or resource page.  

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