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The clubhouse at Les Bois Park serves a roster of classic American noshables to patrons wagering on speedy-steed sprints. Diners can safely bet on snacks such as breaded jalapeño poppers deep-fried and crammed with cream cheese ($7). Or bide time pre-race by devouring a basket of beer-battered onion rings ($8) or by using them to engage in a wager-worthy bout of wrist hula-hooping. Beefeaters will find char-broiled satisfaction with a Back Stretch burger slathered with thousand-island dressing and swiss cheese ($9) or a rib-eye steak ($18) hand-cut, grilled to order, and served with a baked potato and a vegetable medley.

5610 Glenwood
Devils Tower,
WY
US

Hot Leathers is the leader in motorcycle apparel. For over 27 years Hot Leathers has been outfitting bikers and their motorcycles at their retail stores and at all the major motorcycle events and rallies around the world. Check out Hot Leathers great selections of leather jackets, chaps, vests, and rally merchandise.

20622 131st Avenue
Sturgis,
SD
US

Focus West Gallery preserves cherished memories and photographs in custom mats and frames. Each photo-defending shell features handmade frame molding crafted from American hardwood and locally sourced barnwood, making each piece unique and allowing worn-out boards to retire in comfort.

939 E Colorado Blvd
Spearfish,
SD
US

In 1924, some Dakotans got together to celebrate the founding of their communities by the miners, muleskinners, and madams who arrived chasing gold. They made a yearly festival of the gathering, dubbing it the Days of '76; the even continues to this day, featuring both a parade and a rodeo.

Of course, between festivals, the organizers needed a place to tell this story and to keep the horse-drawn carriages, vintage clothing, firearms, and memorabilia that the festival collected. Sometimes, people stopped in to see the collection, turning the storage rooms into informal museum galleries. Finally, in 2012, organizers moved the collection of Western and American Indian artifacts, archives, photos, and artwork to a brand-new 32,000 square-foot building?and the Days of '76 Museum was born.

22 Van Buren Street
Deadwood,
SD
US

In 1924, some Dakotans got together to celebrate the founding of their communities by the miners, muleskinners, and madams who arrived chasing gold. They made a yearly festival of the gathering, dubbing it the Days of '76; the even continues to this day, featuring both a parade and a rodeo.

Of course, between festivals, the organizers needed a place to tell this story and to keep the horse-drawn carriages, vintage clothing, firearms, and memorabilia that the festival collected. Sometimes, people stopped in to see the collection, turning the storage rooms into informal museum galleries. Finally, in 2012, organizers moved the collection of Western and American Indian artifacts, archives, photos, and artwork to a brand-new 32,000 square-foot building?and the Days of '76 Museum was born.

18 Seventy-Six Drive
Deadwood,
SD
US

Dr. Lorri Riley feels for people with flat feet?she's got a pair of them herself. Over the course of her decades-long career as a podiatrist, Dr. Riley saw patient after patient who needed arch support, but the overwhelming majority didn't need something dramatic. Rather than continuing to prescribe pricey prescription orthotics to patients who needed only a little support, she designed J1 insoles, which can help relieve the pain caused by belligerent not-arching. One of the keys to their success: a three-point system, which corrects in the heel, arch, and forefoot. The company also offers inserts for high and average arch styles, and can create mixed sets for patrons who have only one flat foot.

927 East Colorado Boulevard
Spearfish,
SD
US