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Next Year's Rally: Big Bash Or Big Traffic Jam?

August 11, 2014, 9:45 AM

Next Year's Rally: Big Bash Or Big Traffic Jam?
STURGIS, SD -

This year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally has wrapped up, and many of the people leaving say they can't wait to come back for next year's 75th anniversary bash.

Others are worried about the potential ramifications of an influx of a million people - double the normal rally attendance. That's the amount many officials expect next year.

Sturgis Rally Director Brenda Vasknetz said that she's confident the city can handle that large of a crowd.

Sturgis Buffalo Chip complex President Rod Woodruff isn't so sure. He worries that that 75th rally could turn into one big traffic jam.

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