Weirdest items left at the Sturgis rally

Each August for the past 74 years, save for a couple during World War II, bikers from around the globe have motored to the mecca of motorcycling – the Sturgis motorcycle rally in the Black Hills.

They tour the scenic highways, stop at Mount Rushmore National Memorial, cruise past the free-roaming herds of bison in Custer State Park, and speed by the towering waterfalls of Spearfish Canyon. At night, rally-goers test the taps at many a Sturgis saloon and sway to the tunes of top-name musical acts at several entertainment venues scattered in the shadows of Bear Butte.

The Buffalo Chip Campground, nestled on the grasslands just east of Sturgis, is among the most popular venues, hosting tens of thousands of motorcyclists for camping, concerts and 10 crazy days of organized mayhem. But, what do they leave behind?

Here’s the Top Five…

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