March 4-13, 2011 USA FL * Daytona Bike week PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 13 May 2010 10:36
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Daytona Bike week

March 4-13, 2011 USA FL

The Daytona Bike Week Motorcycle Rally is one of the biggest motorcycle events in the country.

There is something for everyone including, old school biker parties, motorcycle races, concerts, bike games, people games and more. Events take place at various locations throughout the city of Daytona.

Best known as "Bike Week", Daytona welcomes the motorcycle community to the grand opening of the motorcycle season to over 500,000 bikers from around the world.

Famous biker bars like Boothill Saloon, Iron Horse Saloon, Cabbage Patch, Gilly’s Pub 44, Broken Spoke Saloon, and Froggy's are only part of the huge biker party held every year. Bike Week also hosts the Rat's Hole Bike Show that features some of the most beautiful  choppers, bobbers, and custom motorcycles in the world.

All of the major motorcycle manufacturers are present including Harley Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Victory, Triumph, and Ducati. The OEM's provide riders with "demo rides" to test drive the new motorcycle models.

Destination Daytona has become the largest gathering place for national motorcycle aftermarket parts manufacturers. Along side the largest Harley-Davidson Destination Daytona Dealership in the world, stands J and P Cycles giant super store featuring the largest aftermarket catalog anywhere.

This event draws in a huge crowd from all over the motorcycle world - to enjoy concerts featuring biker band favorites and motorcycle celebrities like the Teutles of Orange County Choppers, and Arlen Ness. Scenic beachfront rides, terrific biker bars and a never ending list of great seafood resturaunts make Daytona Bike Week the largest and most popular motorcycle rally in the world.!

A full week of motorcycle races including the grand daddy of them all the Daytona 200 takes place at the giant Daytona International Speedway