Biker Beach

Welcome to Biker Beach -- your year-round destination for world-class motorcycle events in the Daytona Beach area! Here, you'll get the latest scoop on all things motorcycle-related.  Sign up our newsletters and you'll receive great calendar listings and the latest breaking news for the big events -- as well as lots of related events throughout the year.

(Check back here for 2016 Bike Week hotel deals.)

A Passion. A Lifestyle. A Pilgrimage.

We've come a long way since the inaugural running of the Daytona 200 motorcycle race held in January 1937. The winner, Ed Kretz of California, rode an Indian motorcycle and averaged speeds of nearly 75 miles per hour. World War II caused us to put the races on hold for a bit. So instead of racing, we welcomed motorcycle enthusiasts to line their bikes up along Main Street and stay at area hotels. We called this unofficial party "Bike Week," and well, it caught on!

Don't miss Bike Week, March 4-13, 2016 -- as the Daytona Beach area once again welcomes the "World's Largest Motorcycle Event" to the "World's Most Famous Beach." Celebrate with us and nearly a half million of your fellow bikers as you make the annual pilgrimage to Daytona Beach.

You'll enjoy 10 days of high-octane street festivals, concerts, motorcycle races, bike shows, rallies, manufacturer showcases, and much more. Join us for a ride down historic Main Street and Beach Street, along U.S. Highway 1, scenic Highway A1A, and the ever-impressive scenic Loop. Visit Destination Daytona, Riverfront Park, and attend #Daytona200Week at iconic Daytona International Speedway, "The World Center of Racing."

Whether you travel by plane, train, automobile or motorcycle, all routes lead to Daytona Beach and all eyes will be on Bike Week 2016!

jetBlue Daytona Beach Jet BlueJetBlue Airways Launches New Route to Daytona Beach 
JetBlue Airways has just announced the launch of a new route to Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) January 7, 2016. The airline will offer daily, non-stop service from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK,) providing the Daytona Beach area with direct flights to New York City.  The airline plans to run daily flights, on a 150-seat Airbus A-320 aircraft.