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Celebrating 34 years of caring

 Sturgis Toy Run is changing, and we hope it will be for the best. We will not be at the field on Kelly Road, and we have decided to make this years run a one-day event, like it started out to be. Only bikers on the property, 21 years of age or older. This is a new beginning for the city, for the run and for the kids of our communities.

Check out our EVENT page for more details. Hopefully we can find some property for next years run, and be able to have camping onsite. This year, our run will start, and end, at The Hillcrest, all in one day. Thank you Bob and Sher.

We hope that everyone will understand, and be patient with our staff. There are campgrounds in our area, so please contact one of them if you would like to camp. No cars allowed on Hillcrest property on the day of run, only bikes.The Hillcrest will start accepting toys the week of the run, and will keep them under lock and key!!! The inside bar and food will be closed. All the registration fees and door money will go to The Sturgis Toy Run, as will all of the toys.

Welcome to the home page of the Sturgis Toy Run!
A non-profit organization that holds an annual motorcycle rally & weekend long event in Sturgis MI every September. Our goal is to brighten Christmas for the less fortunate right here in St.Joseph County & surrounding areas. The Sturgis Toy Run makes this possible by teaming up with the Salvation Army to help distribute all September donations in time for Christmas. Type my essays for me

To learn more about this years 34th annual Sturgis Toy Run check out our events page!





So how did it all begin? Back in 1983, five guys were in a fellow bikers’ garage working on a bike and drinking a few beers. The subject came up at one point about kids going without at Christmas time. “What could we do to help with the problem?”, somebody asked. Someone else came up with the idea of putting together a Toy Run. It would also help give a better image of local bikers. They kicked the idea around with their wives and from there, the Sturgis Toy Run was born.