WATCH: 250K Bikers Show Up In Sturgis, SD — Good Luck Telling Them ‘No’

Written by Wes Walker on August 10, 2020

While so much of the world is busy cowering in fear of a virus, Bikers have better things to do. They’re headed to Sturgis, South Dakota!

And it’s gonna take a lot more than phantom fears of the Wuhan Wheezer to keep them away from THIS party.

Thousands more maskless bikers have descended on a small town in South Dakota and crowded into bars ignoring social distancing rules.

Bikers began arriving in Sturgis, South Dakota, Friday and continued to drive into the city on Saturday for one of the biggest motorcycle rallies in the world.

The city of 7,000 usually sees an influx of around half a million bikers for the 10-day event although this year 250,000 are expected amid the pandemic.

Mark Carstensen, mayor of Sturgis, South Dakota, said he was determined to encourage ‘personal responsibility’.

He said his team had set up sanitation stations and given out masks – although face coverings were not required.

‘We cannot stop people from coming,’ he told CNN on Thursday, ahead of the annual event which has run for 80 years.

Health officials are still warning against even small gatherings, and states with relatively low spread – such as South Dakota – are ordering visitors from hot spots to self-quarantine.

No restrictions are in place for the start of the 10-day jamboree, however. – DailyMail


We’d love to see someone TRY to tell these guys they’ve gotta wear a mask for fear of getting the Chinavirus.

Getting them to wear a helmet while they ride is hard enough.

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