Never been to our great event? Your first stop should be one of the Visitor Information Centers located at the Daytona International Speedway, 1801 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach or Bruce Rossmeyer's Destination Daytona, 1637 North U.S. Hwy 1, Ormond Beach to pick up your Official Guide. Our friendly staff will point you in the right direction, but here are some of the "Must Sees" during the event:
If you love bike events then this is a "must see" place to experience. You'll find all kinds of year-round favorite and down-right famous bars like Froggy's, Dirty Harry's, Main Street Station and the Boot Hill Saloon, as well as vendors, live entertainment, food, free give-aways and more.
Believe it or not, we've been driving on the beach since 1903 and the first motorcycle races were held on our hard-packed sands. Known locally as the "Beachside," businesses along A1A roll out the red carpet for bikers. Sample fresh seafood at restaurants right on the oceanshore and Intracoastal Waterway. Also make plans for a stop at the Boardwalk Classic Bike Show or cruise down to the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse to get a "view from the top."
Just over the Main Street bridge on the "Mainland," Biketoberfest
® at Riverfront Park continues to grow an
d grow every year. Look for the Harley Motor Company pin stop, food, vendors, live entertainment, displays, bike builders and much more. Carl's Speed Shop welcomes bikers with lots to see and do over the weekend, including computerized dyno installations. Don't forget a stop by the Original Bruce Rossmeyer's Daytona Harley-Davidson, soon to be a museum in the late motorcycle mogul's honor.Midtown
The Second Avenue Merchants Association's Bikefest has been welcoming bikers to this historic location for decades. DJs, vendors, unique food choices and lots of fun await you. On Saturday afternoon, the Basilica of St. Paul Catholic Church holds its annual Bike Blessing. International Speedway Blvd.
Motorcycle racing is back this year on the high banks of the newly-repaved Daytona International Speedway! But there's a lot of action OFF the track during Fall Cycle Scene. From FREE demo rides on the latest and greatest motorcycles to a bikini contest, there's plenty to do and see in and around the track. Just to the west of the Speedway, look for bargains and special motorcycle displays at the Daytona Flea and Farmer's Market.
North - Holly Hill and Ormond Beach
Where do you begin when you go north? Stop in Holly Hill for breakfast, BBQ, bike gear and bike wash at B.F.F.A.R. or spend some time at the one-of-a-kind Willie's Ol' School Chopper Show. On up the road, you'll find "biker row" -- favorite stops on U.S. Highway 1 like the Iron Horse Saloon, Broken Spoke, Hang Dawg and Smiley's Tap Room. A trip to Biketoberfest
® is not complete without a visit to Destination Daytona. Located at the intersection of US Highway 1 and I-95, this biker complex features world-class facilities such as Bruce Rossmeyer's Daytona Harley-Davidson, the Saints & Sinner's Pub, hotel, restaurants, retail shops, vendors and entertainment daily. Find thousands of aftermarket parts and accessories at the nearby J&P Cycles. South Daytona
Ride south on U.S. Highway 1 to Miller's Customs Parts and Jim Walkers Motorcycles. Both offer Biketoberfest
® specials, vendors and fun. For the ladies, ROAR offers motorcycles custom-designed for women. Special events and activities are planned (for guys too), including designer bikes, accessories, apparel, jewelry, cosmetics and live entertainment. Located on nearby Bellevue Ave.
For more ideas for rides, check out the Scenic Area section of our site.