Sponsored by Amsoil, Geico and Sweet Ride Wine, Biketoberfest 2014 has a number of exciting events in store for visitors at multiple locations throughout Daytona Beach including Main Street, Riverfront Park and Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, each offering visitors a variety of delicious foods, live music and biker apparel.
Steel Horse Scoot (to DeLand amp; back)
River to River Tour (Tomoka River to St. Johns River amp; back)
Navigation Tour (Lighthouse to ancient Turtle Mound amp; back)
Another popular locale is Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona on North U.S. Highway 1 in Ormond Beach, home to Daytona Harley-Davidson, featuring a 109,000-square-foot showroom. Destination Daytona also includes an impressive selection of retail and specialty shops, restaurants and a concert pavilion where the weekend’s headlining musical act will be Jackyl.
To learn more, book a hotel and see what vendors will be there, visit Biketoberfest.org.
Its worth noting that the American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) is also being held on these same dates at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, 60 miles southeast of Daytona Beach. On October 16 and 17, the show is open to trade and media; on October 18 and 19, the show is open to trade, media and general public. Read WRNs story on last years AIMexpo. Visit AIMExpo.com for more information.
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You didn’t mention that the Speedway also has vendors in addition to the racing. We go there first every bike week because they have a great selection of vendors. I always see people shopping there and hanging out for a few hours. When we go to the Harley shop in Ormond they don’t have good vendors and there is nothing to shop for there.