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Full Throttle Saloon, ‘World’s Biggest Biker Bar’ Was Destroyed in a Fire

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The Full Throttle Saloon in South Dakota is no more after flames engulfed the historic wooden bar earlier this week

Full Throttle Saloon made our list of the best bars in America this year.

Raise a glass this week in memory of Full Throttle Saloon, the historic watering hole and world’s largest biker bar in America that was all but destroyed this week by an unyielding fire. The bar, located in Sturgis, South Dakota drew thousands of bikers every summer for an annual biker gang rally. The numbers of leather-clad riders looking for a drink and some fun sometimes swelled to 15,000 on a busy night, according to CNN.

The Full Throttle Saloon made it to number 132 on our list of the 150 best bars in America this year. We described it as “a sight to behold, particularly during the annual summertime Sturgis Motorcycle Rally…an adult playground replete with the Flaunt Girls (a burlesque dance troupe), midget wrestling, a burnout pit for bikes, a mechanical bull, a zip line, and a body paint area.”

The fire, which burned when the bar was closed, spread quickly, as the saloon is mostly made out wood and steel. No one was hurt, but many locals and regulars mourn the loss of a cultural icon.

“I'm kind of sick to my stomach," saloon artist Dean Mauldein said to KOTA, a local CNN affiliate. "I've been here 11 years. Hopefully we will rebuild."


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


Full Throttle Saloon

Full Throttle Saloon is an American reality television series that premiered on November 10, 2009, and originally aired on truTV. [1] The series, which takes its name from the bar, chronicles the daily operations of the world's largest biker bar, Full Throttle Saloon, located in Sturgis, South Dakota was housed on 30 acres of land, which Michael Ballard purchased in 1999. The indoor/outdoor bar included several large stages, a burn-out pit, a tattoo parlor, zip lines, a wrestling ring, restaurants, dozens of stores, hundreds of cabins for rent, and parking for thousands of motorcycles. [1] It was open from late March/early April until mid-November (weather permitting), and was busiest during the annual week-long Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Each year, the first full week of August marks the beginning of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, during which time, the Saloon could average 20,000 guests each night.

The series aired its fifth season with TruTV on December 2, 2013. [2] After five successful seasons with the network, TruTV confirmed via Twitter that they did not shoot a sixth season in 2014. [3] Reelz Channel announced that they would begin airing episodes on October 3, 2014. [4] [5] Reelz confirmed they would only be broadcasting classic episodes of the show from previous seasons. [6]

A massive fire destroyed the Full Throttle Saloon on September 8, 2015. [7]

At a media event, owner Michael Ballard said a pinched power cord to a keg refrigerator overheated and sparked a nearby cardboard box. [8]


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