If you're headed to Sturgis this week, here are some of the best biker-friendly pitstops in Wyoming.

Captain Ron's Rodeo Bar in Hulett - The Ham 'N Jam Rally has been a Sturgis Week tradition for decades. Although the party is a lot tamer than it used to be, thousands of bikers still stop at Captain Ron's every year on their way to South Dakota.

Dime Horseshoe Bar in Sundance - Another legendary bash for Sturgis-bound bikers is the burnout contest and rally, which is held every year on Wyoming Wednesday at this rowdy roadhouse.

Eagle's Nest in Cheyenne - The Capital City's resident biker bar is a friendly dive in an old A-frame building on West Lincolnway.

Hideaway Bar in Mills - Billed as a "sportsman bar", the Hideaway is a popular hangout for bikers in the Casper area.

Jake's Tavern in Gillette - Known for their outdoor beer garden and live music, Jake's has been a biker favorite since the 90s.

Longbranch Saloon in Hawk Springs - A popular stop for travelers on US Highway 85 since 1963, this steakhouse throws a huge bash for bikers heading to Sturgis.

Pour House in Rock Springs - The biggest biker bar in western Wyoming has hosted riders on Interstate 80 for nearly 20 years.

Saloon No. 333 in Beulah - This biker-friendly dive on Interstate 90 is known for bikers and their annual Testicle Festival rocky mountain oyster eating contest.