Every August, the outskirts of South Dakota's Black Hills National Forest teem with thousands of motorcycles, as riders meet up in Sturgis for what has been called a "biker Woodstock." Camping and partying are the main activities.
And every year, there are locals who complain about the event, mostly due to noise and congestion.
But this year, the Lakota Indian Tribe has voiced their displeasure with plans for a gigantic biker bar and concert venue not far from Bear Butte -- a mountain the tribe considers sacred. Melissa Block talks with Gary Lippold, owner of the Glencoe Campground near Sturgis, about his plans for the concerts.