Don’t Miss The 78th Annual Daytona Bike Week!
The motorcycle attorneys at 911 Biker Law are excited to be a part of this year’s Daytona Bike Week. The event will take place off of Florida’s Atlantic Coast on Daytona Beach, known for the Daytona International Speedway, which hosts the classic Daytona 500 NASCAR race.
Several events will take place throughout the week, including one of Bike Week’s more recent traditions, the Annual Burning Bike event. Attendees will be able to leave their mark on a giant wooden motorcycle before it is set ablaze. The event will bring live music, fire dancers, and even a bikini contest. Other events taking place during Bike Week include Grateful Dead Night, Motorcycle Camping, AC/DC Tribute, and Slingshot Demo Rides. There will be hundreds of vendors attending the event including Dirty Harry’s, Full Moon Saloon, and Beachside Auto Parts. Also, for a donation of just $50, you can enter to win the official motorcycle of the 2019 Daytona Bike Week, a 2018 Harley-Davidson®️ FXLR customized by the experts and visionaries at Klock Werks.
You won’t want to miss out on this exciting, week-long motorcycle event. 911 Biker Law looks forward to seeing you there!
Daytona Bike Week Fun Facts
- Daytona Beach has hosted Bike Week for the past 78 years. The original festivities began in 1937 and centered around the Daytona 200 race, and have since grown into a week of motorcycle events.
- In 2005, approximately 500,000 people came out for Bike Week, making it the biggest motorcycle event in the world.
- The Daytona Beach Community Foundation works year-round to plan and execute Bike Week.
- Brian Klock of Klock Werks Kustom Cycles is the official builder of the 2019 Official Bike Week motorcycle.
- Each year, Bike Week holds a contest for logo submissions in which artists are able to send in their idea of what the official Bike Week logo should look like. This year, John Michael Walshe won the contest having his design become the official 2019 Bike Week logo.
- Bike Week doesn’t just leave its mark on Daytona; festivities will echo through other areas of Florida as well, including Volusia and Flagler counties.