New Sturgis Road Show™ Magazine Marks Final Countdown to Event

Time Running Out On Advance Tickets & Online Hotel Deals for World Premiere Event.

HARRISBURG, PA – April 8, 2011 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Today marks seven days until the doors open on Friday, April 15 at the PA Farm Show Complex & Expo Center (FSC) in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania for the world premiere of the 2011 Sturgis Road Show™.

Event promoter John Detrick, CEO of Motoring USA, today launched the final countdown to the April 15-17 weekend bash by unveiling the official Sturgis Road Show magazine featuring a bikini clad biker babe atop the 2011 SRS Custom Motorcycle that will be given away to one lucky weekend pass holders.

Tickets are still available exclusively at, where all single-day and weekend passes can be purchased and printed online at discounted prices.  Advance ticket prices are $35 for a 3-Day Weekend Pass and chance to win the SRS Custom Motorcycle, $17 for Friday, $22 for Saturday, and $10 for Sunday.

The complete three-day schedule published inside the new 62-page glossy magazine is also available on outlining featured events including:

Sneak peeks at some of the beauties competing for the Miss Sturgis Road Show Model Search in the categories of Hot Leathers Attire, Club Attire, and Bikini Wear are now posted at

The weekend also includes galleries by world-renowned motorcycle artists and photographers Scott Jacobs and Michael Lichter, vintage motorcycles and memorabilia at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum, educational and entertaining seminars, product displays and installations, and those Loud American Roadhouse fresh steak tips made famous at the original in South Dakota. Check the schedule for demonstrations at the “The Tattoo Cafe by premier West Coast tattoo artists including Shaun Kama and Rob Hill.

Lodging deals are still available at and regional tourism information on attractions, dining, and nightlife is available from the Hershey & Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau at, or by contacting or 717-231-7788.

SOURCE: Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau