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70 & Counting

70 & Counting

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70 & Counting

In 1936, Clarence "Pappy" Hoel started an Indian dealership in Sturgis and formed the Jackpine Gypsies Motorcycle Club. Two years later, the City of Sturgis joined forces with the Jackpine Gypsies to hold the first "rally" (known as the Black Hills Classic) which was highlighted by the championship half-mile race. David's subject in "70 & Counting", a member of a motorcycle club at the time, is on her way to the inaugural festivities when she stops near Devil's Tower to get her bearings. We can only imagine that her new cowboy friend wishes she would stay longer!

Print comes framed with certificate of authenticity.
Edition Size
Image Size (W x H)
Opening Price (2010)
Current/Final Studio Sale*
Regular canvas: 70, 7 AP, 7 HC
28" x 21"
Oversize canvas: 14, 2 AP
40" x 30"
Deluxe paper (unframed): 70
18" x 13.5"

Categories: Motorcycle art, Harley-Davidson art, Sturgis art

* Final Studio Sale reflects the price of the final piece sold in the edition. Once sold out, market conditions determine future prices on the secondary market.

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