Get Ready to Ride

A biker cruises on Main Street during the 28th annual Biketoberfest in Daytona Beach last year. Main Street is the starting point for a lot of great rides in the area.

The 29th annual Biketoberfest will be Thursday, Oct. 14, to Sunday, Oct. 17, in Volusia County.

Biketoberfest celebrates a full-throttle lifestyle born on two wheels. Motorcycle enthusiasts come together during the four-day rally each year to enjoy beautiful Florida weather, live music, motorcycle racing at Daytona International Speedway, and miles of scenic rides along famous S.R. A1A, historic Main Street or the scenic Loop.

All roads lead to this rally. Top rides include:

•Street Festival Ride – From Main Street to Midtown and back.

•Lucky Ride -- From Daytona Beach Racing & Card Club to DeLand and back.

•The Loop – A 30-plus mile loop known for its lush canopies of live oaks, scenic river and marsh views.

•U.S. 1 Ride, featuring area iconic restaurants and bars.

•National Seashore Ride through New Smyrna Beach to Canaveral National Seashore and back.

•Ponce Inlet Ride to the Lighthouse and back.

•Old City Ride to St. Augustine and back.

People with a 2021 Pin Pass will be able to pick up their 2021 pin at the Official Biketoberfest Welcome Center at One Daytona, directly across from Daytona International Speedway.

To register for a pin, visit daytonabeach.com/biketoberfest/official-pin/.

The Biketoberfest App will be updated with information about 2021 motorcycle rally events.

For more information and a list of scheduled events, visit biketoberfest.org.

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