- The Beartooth Bike Rally is a three day event offering activities for everyone, especially motorcyclists
- Activities include a golf tournament, poker runs, the Iron Horse Rodeo, and nightly events
- Typically, the Beartooth Rally lasts three days in mid-July
- The events occur in and around Red Lodge
- The fees vary per event
Overview: The Beartooth Bike Rally comes to town each July, offering three days of events including a golf tournament, poker runs, the Iron Horse Rodeo, and lots of other exciting activities. Here, people on foot and on a motorcycle can watch and participate in all the action downtown, at the rodeo grounds, and on the road.
When: The Beartooth Motorcycle Rally typically occurs in mid-July, Friday through Sunday.
Where: The events of the Beartooth Bike Rally are in and around Red Lodge, including the Beartooth and Chief Joseph Scenic Byways.
Fee: Different fees apply for different events.
Details: The Rally is kicked off Friday with the Window Pane Golf Tournament and a poker run. Saturday is reserved for the Highway 212 Poker Run that takes bikers up and over the Beartooth Pass, and back via the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway. Both poker runs offer large purses of $2,500 and $5,000. The Iron Horse Rodeo starts Sunday afternoon. Some of the events at the Iron Horse Rodeo include a Slow Race, Barrel Race, Obstacle Course, Keg Roll, and Beer Chug.
Each night, downtown is filled with people celebrating the Beartooth Rally. Each year there are a variety of nightly activities including street dances, entertainment, live music, and contests.