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Too Broke for Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 2021
June 10-13, 2021

The 30th Annual TOO BROKE FOR STURGIS (TBFS) motorcycle rally will be held for the 18th year running at Mormon Lake Lodge dry campgrounds and arena, June 10th to 13th, 2021. TBFS is the annual fund-raiser event benefiting ABATE of Arizona, AZ’s largest motorcycle-rights organization, focused on protecting motorcyclists’ rights, increasing public awareness of motorcycles, and promoting rider safety. This event draws approximately 1400 motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the country. It’s 4-days of camping and socializing, featuring live music Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, a poker walk, raffles, people games, motorcycle games, wet t-shirt contest, tattoo contest, beard/mustache contest, and Miss Too Broke for Sturgis contest. This all adult (18-year and older) event goes on, rain or shine.

$40 per person, ABATE members get a $5.00 discount

The Location of Too Broke For Sturgis

For a map to Mormon Lake, click here.


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RV Parking in the Event site ONLY in designated RV Parking areas.

No 4-wheel vehicles will be allowed in the tent camping area.
We will be providing free transportation from your vehicle to your campsite using
trailers that will be running all day Friday and Saturday.

The event will be an ADULT ONLY party, attendees must be at least
18 years old to enter. Proof of age will be required, with or without an accompanying
adult/guardian. You must be at least 21 years old to drink alcohol on premise.
Underage drinking will not be tolerated.

One way to get to Too Broke:
Take the Lake Mary Road / Mormon Lake Exit (Exit 339) off of I-17.
Head South down Lake Mary Road.
It's 21 miles to the Mormon Lake turnoff on the west. Look for the Too
Broke For Sturgis Sign.
Too Broke For Sturgis is eight miles down the Road on the east.

Exit 339, East from I-17, look for the Mormon Lake Lodge turn-off
and "Too Broke for Sturgis" signs on your right

Mormon Lake Lodge is nestled among the tall pines of Northern Arizona. Approximately a half an hour southeast of Flagstaff - Mormon Lake, Arizona is normally a quiet burg off the beaten path. But, once a year, thunder rolls into town and the excitement begins. Live music, bike games, a bike show, a wet t-shirt contest, good ol' rock 'n roll on wheels and more.