A special group of historic motorcyclists from around the country make a stop in Sturgis today.
It is all part of the 2nd Cannonball Endurance Run, which is a coast to coast race that started September 3rd in Newburgh, New York.
What makes this race unique is all the bikes were made before 1929.
Averaging 300 miles per day, today's stop is a day of much deserved rest and a little time to repair and tune up these pieces of history.
Race participant Scott Jacobs says the history is one of the best parts about the ride, "You've got 70 of the most valuable & rarest bikes in the in the world racing across the country, so anybody's that is into bikes or anybody just has a curiosity should come out every stop and check it out because you got a museum on wheels "
The Cannonball Endurance Run started two years ago and there will be another stop in KOTA Territory tomorrow in Sheridan.
The race will conclude September 23rd in San Francisco.