2019 Official Bike WeekHeadquarters
2020 BIKE WEEK VENDING INFORMATION
A meeting to review the Bike Week 2020 Master Plan has been scheduled for December 12, 2019 at 9:00 AM in the upstairs Boardroom, at the Daytona Chamber at 126 E. Orange Ave. All Master Plan participants are strongly encouraged to attend. Discussion will also include marketing for the event, which is scheduled for March 6 - 15, 2020.
2020 Master Plan Application - (Merchants for Locally Licensed Businesses Updated 10/14/2019)
“Licensed local businesses within the defined redevelopment areas, may apply for the inclusion to be in the Master Plan by downloading the forms to be filled out. The Guidelines are also available to be printed.”
Daytona Beach is located on the central East Coast of Florida. It is 88 miles south of Jacksonville and 60 miles northeast of Orlando.
WHEN IS BIKE WEEK?
Bike Week centers around the Daytona 200 motorcycle race and a variety of motorcycle racing events and shows at the Daytona International Speedway as well as activities throughout the area.
HOW MANY PEOPLE ATTEND?
Our visitors come from all over the world. There are more languages spoken at Bike Week than at any other time of the year. In 2005, an estimated 500,000 - 600,000 people came for Bike Week. They stay in hotels, motels, condominiums, and at campgrounds throughout the county.
WHAT IS THERE TO DO?
The Speedway offers a full week of racing excitement including the BMW "Legends of Racing", dirt track races, the Daytona Supercross by Honda, the Harley-Davidson TwinSports, 600cc SuperSport International Challenge and the Daytona 200 by Arai. Other events include the Harley-Davidson Museum, indoor show and Dresser Light Show, and several other motorcycle shows including vintage and custom bikes, European & Japanese motorcycles, sidecars and trikes. There are concerts, fashion shows, technical seminars and demo rides. You can join in a Poker Run, go to a motorcycle swap meet, learn how to "Stud Your Duds," or enjoy one of the several free bar-b-ques.
While visiting here, the cyclists travel north to St. Augustine, south to the Kennedy Space Center and west to Orlando and even Tampa. However, one of the biggest activities of Bike Week is watching the other people and their machines, especially on Main Street in Daytona Beach.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
Daytona Beach International Airport is a Volusia county-owned facility located three miles southwest of the central business district of Daytona Beach. It is adjacent to the Daytona International Speedway and serves as a great alternative for visitors looking avoid the larger airports of Orlando and Jacksonville. The airport’s proximity to parking and lodging as well as its compact layout with shorter distances between ticket counters, ground transportation, baggage claim and terminals makes airline travel more enjoyable.
Official Bike Week Merchandise Licensees
Here is the list of the Official Bike Week Merchandise Licensees
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Contact the Special Events Department at the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce: 386-255-0981
GOVERNMENT OFFICES VENDING INFORMATION:
City of Daytona Beach: (386) 671-8140
City of Daytona Beach Shores: (386) 763-5353 CityHall@DBShores.com
City of Holly Hill: (386) 248-9442 ecassidy@HollyHillFL.org
City of New Smyrna Beach: (386) 424-2140
City of Ormond Beach: (386) 676-3238
City of Port Orange: (386) 756-5264
City of South Daytona: (386) 322-3020 email@example.com
County of Volusia: (386) 736-5938