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Beef up your bike

Amanda Nolz

Photo courtesy Kodi BlotskyThe SD CattleWomen at the beef promotion during the 2009 Sturgis Rally.

In a promotion as grand as the Sturgis Rally itself, the South Dakota CattleWomen’s Association (SDCWA) made waves at the bike rally this summer on behalf of the state’s beef producers. As bikers parked their Harley’s in front of the Stone House Saloon, located seven miles west of Belle Fourche, SD, the cattle women were revving up to provide beef samples to the hungry travelers.

In this low key setting, the cattle women volunteers didn’t have to bring visitors into a booth in the busy streets of Sturgis; instead, the bikers came to them in a stop along the way. There was food, drinks, free horseback rides, photos, beef jerky samples and beef certificates for the rally goers. And, it seemed the bikers were happy to receive the great hospitality that awaited them there at the Stone House Saloon.

In a promotion as grand as the Sturgis Rally itself, the South Dakota CattleWomen’s Association (SDCWA) made waves at the bike rally this summer on behalf of the state’s beef producers. As bikers parked their Harley’s in front of the Stone House Saloon, located seven miles west of Belle Fourche, SD, the cattle women were revving up to provide beef samples to the hungry travelers.

In this low key setting, the cattle women volunteers didn’t have to bring visitors into a booth in the busy streets of Sturgis; instead, the bikers came to them in a stop along the way. There was food, drinks, free horseback rides, photos, beef jerky samples and beef certificates for the rally goers. And, it seemed the bikers were happy to receive the great hospitality that awaited them there at the Stone House Saloon.

In a promotion as grand as the Sturgis Rally itself, the South Dakota CattleWomen’s Association (SDCWA) made waves at the bike rally this summer on behalf of the state’s beef producers. As bikers parked their Harley’s in front of the Stone House Saloon, located seven miles west of Belle Fourche, SD, the cattle women were revving up to provide beef samples to the hungry travelers.

In this low key setting, the cattle women volunteers didn’t have to bring visitors into a booth in the busy streets of Sturgis; instead, the bikers came to them in a stop along the way. There was food, drinks, free horseback rides, photos, beef jerky samples and beef certificates for the rally goers. And, it seemed the bikers were happy to receive the great hospitality that awaited them there at the Stone House Saloon.