24th Annual Biketoberfest October 13-16, 2016
76th Annual Daytona Bike Week March 10-19, 2017
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Welcome to DaytonaBikeWeek.com…your information source for the Daytona motorcycle rallies!

Please join us for the 24th celebration of Biketoberfest in mid-October, a tradition since 1993, and a sister event of the world famous Daytona Bike Week. Although Biketoberfest 2017 is officially October 13-16, many attendees will arrive early to enjoy the typically perfect October Fun Coast weather and “early bird festivities”. Like Bike Week, Biketoberfest is more than just Daytona Beach…as the surrounding communities of Ormond Beach, Port Orange, Ponce Inlet, DeLand, Port Orange, New Smyrna Beach, and Bunnell…roll out the welcome mat!

The Daytona Beach area is biker-heaven year round with great climate for riding and many businesses and venues that cater to and entertain bikers 24-7. Each March, hundreds of thousands of bikers gather along the central Florida coast around Daytona for the annual 10 day rally/festival to enjoy the Florida weather (and the 4-day Biketoberfest in October), the views of the Atlantic Ocean, non-stop entertainment and exhibitions…and the largest gathering of motorcycle enthusiasts, manufacturers, and suppliers on the east coast.

Make your plans to attend…and use DaytonaBikeWeek.com as your guide and information resource for the best that the Daytona Beach motorcycle rallies have to offer.

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Daytona Bike Week Vendor Space

405 Main Street Daytona Beach, FL 32118
For vendor space information, email us at: [email protected]

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Daytona Bike Week News

Motorcyclists roll out as 75th annual Bike Week wraps up

Motorcyclists roll out as 75th annual Bike Week wraps up

Tens of thousands of bikers left town Sunday as merchants and local officials said the event attracted bigger crowds than they’ve had in years. Over the course of the 10-day rally, hundreds of thousands flocked to the Main Street strip for the 75th installment... read more
Bike Week show boasts motorcycles inspired by past, future

Bike Week show boasts motorcycles inspired by past, future

DAYTONA BEACH — Jeffery William said he kept seeing Elvis painted on bikes at motorcycle shows. So when it came time to paint his three-wheeled motorcycle, instead of the King, William chose the King of Pop. The back of William’s trike is emblazoned with a portrait of... read more
HARLEY-DAVIDSON SET TO DOMINATE 75TH DAYTONA BIKE WEEK

HARLEY-DAVIDSON SET TO DOMINATE 75TH DAYTONA BIKE WEEK

Contact Information Phone: (386) 254-2700 Harley Headquarters at the Speedway Harley-Davidson is setting up Bike Week camp at a new location just off International Speedway Blvd. on the recently remodeled grounds of Daytona International Speedway, where it has... read more
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Since 1937, a Brief History

daytona200 The first Daytona Bike Week was January 24, 1937 – the inaugural running of the Daytona 200. The first race took place on the sand just south of The World’s Most Famous Beach on a 3.2 mile road course. Ed Kretz of Monterey Park, CA was its first winner, riding an American made Indian Motorcycle averaging 73 miles an hour. A tradition was established and the rest is history. Now, a 10-day festival, the event has spread from Main Street into other areas around Volusia County.

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