Daytona Beach Bike Week 2019

Daytona Beach Bike Week is an annual event held in Daytona Beach, Florida. The event is said to be host to approximately 500 000 people annually and is a 10 day festival that offers concerts, motorcycle racing, parties and a whole lot more. There is also a side Event Call Black Daytona Beach Bike Week that centers around Mary Cloud Bethune Avenue that caters to Sport Bike Riders. Daytona is said to be one of the most Motorcycle Friendly Rally around!

When is Daytona Beach Bike Week 2019

Friday March 8, 2019 to Sunday, March 17, 2019
The event is usually held on the first full week of March every year.

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Where to Stay for Daytona Beach Bike Week

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What to Expect at Daytona Beach Bike Week

Daytona Beach Bike Week
Daytona Beach Bike Week offers a number of events that visitors can look forward to every year. The bike week Treasure Hunt is said to be the most popular with bikers driving around the Daytona Beach area with the hopes of finding 10 locations where they will get their event "passport" stamped. The last stamp of the event is given at the headquarters, where the first 300 participants (the winners) will receive a commemorative special edition Bike Week coin. Hogs on the Hill and the Bike Week Parade are also very popular events held annually.

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What Need to Attend Daytona Beach Bike Week

  • Bike
  • No Helmet
  • Ticket to Concerts

Daytona Beach Bike Week History

Bike Week started way back in 1937 as a race that was called The Daytona 200. After running annually for 5 years, the race officially took a 5 year break from 1942 to 1947, as World War 2 got in the way. During that time, however, there was an unofficial race held in its place, this was called Bike Week. After the unofficial 5 year run of Bike Week, the official race picked up where it left off. Now promoted by NASCAR co-founder Bill France, the event gained popularity and went on to become the event that we all know and love today, as the Daytona Beach Bike Week. The event is still promoted by France's family business, International Speedway Corporation, as it is now known.

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