ProCharger V-Twin Products Rev-Up Record Sturgis Rally Crowds

There was no shortage of ProCharger V-twin power at this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in western South Dakota. Being the 70th Anniversary of this great American motorcycling tradition, record crowds were reported and motorcycles filled the streets in Sturgis as well as nearby Deadwood, Spearfish and Rapid City.

For the third consecutive year, the ProCharger "Big Rig" was parked right along the main thoroughfare though downtown Sturgis in AMD's Champion Park. This year, the Harley-Davidson Company also displayed in Champion's Park, making it an ideal destination for H-D owners looking for true, bolt-on performance for their 1999 to 2010 Twin Cam and 1984-1999 Evo-powered Harley's. Follow this link to see some photos of the ProCharger Display.

Click here for a video tour of the ProCharger Sturgis display.

As is now the custom at Sturgis, several ProCharger owners rode their bikes to Sturgis and parked them in the ProCharger display, making for a changing-daily display of everyday, cross-country-rideable V-twin power. One of the ProCharger owners was on a two-times-across the country trip from Boston, MA to the Oregon coast and then back to Boston! (That's 3,200 miles EACH way!) If that doesn't define everyday rideability, we don't know what does.

Other Sturgis highlights included ProCharger's own Softail Rocker-C being entered in the AMD Custom Motorcycle Championship show, as well as the Harley-sponsored ride-in show. Bikes in the ProCharger display included the 200+ HP "Project Bagger" Street Glide, 167 hp, carb-equipped ElectraGlide, "Salt Flat" Leroy-Thompson custom 88 cid with 118 HP and a truly unique, seven-cylinder, aircraft engined custom chopper built by JRL Cycles that is equipped with a ProCharger supercharger.

Several notable custom bike builders stopped by the ProCharger display, including Fred "Krugger" Bertran, owner of Krugger Customs in France. We don't want to spoil the surprise, but just figure on seeing some really cool custom bikes in the future that will feature intercooled ProCharger supercharger systems.

Several ProCharger-equipped bikes were also photographed for future magazine coverage. American Cycle, Barnett's, Hot Bike and others conducted at-Sturgis photoshoots.

In addition to the multiple ProCharger-equipped Harley's, the display also included a ProCharger A-1 supercharged and intercooled Polaris 800 EFI Ranger UTV, the ProCharger F-4 self-contained supercharger and an Inferno Orange 2010 Camaro SS featuring a ProCharger HO Intercooled Supercharger System and 530+ rwhp.

If you're ready to install The ULTIMATE Power Adder on your H-D V-twin, visit the ProCharger motorycle systems page here or call our V-Twin Sales Team at (913) 338-2886, M-F, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM central time.