Just like in Bike Week, visitors come from all over for this four-day rally loaded with entertainment, food & drinks, shopping, and more!
Biker culture has grown exponentially over the years, and it’s not just about motorcycles anymore.
Biketoberfest® has expanded its reach by embracing all types of enthusiasts who may or may not ride but appreciate being part of a community that loves what they do on two wheels!
Biketoberfest® is referenced as the “little brother” to the Daytona Beach Bike Week event in the spring.
It's a four-day celebration of all things motorcycle, held annually in Daytona Beach, Florida. Held in the fall and is one of the last big events of the riding season (at least for those in the Northeast). It is family-friendly and features concerts and events for all ages to enjoy.
The festival has been going on since 1992, making the 2022 event the 30th anniversary!
Each year the event has grown as they add more activities, events, and entertainment for bikers to enjoy during their stay.
With an average attendance of 50,000+ people per day during one weekend alone (that would be over 200k people total), there is something for everyone at Biketoberfest®.
The “Official Motorcycle Event of Daytona Beach” is set for Thursday-Sunday, October 13-16, 2022, on Main Street in Daytona Beach.
Bikers are welcome to participate in this three-day celebration of bikes, bands, and brews.
There will be plenty of events and activities for participants to enjoy during their visit. The schedule includes live music and concerts and vendor booths offering everything from clothing to accessories to food vendors providing delicious eats!
Of course, there is much more to Biketoberfest than just the motorcycle rally itself.
With concerts, events, and activities planned throughout Daytona Beach and surrounding areas, there's something for everyone throughout the weekend.
Here's a quick look at some of what's in store:
There are also many things to do outside of Daytona Beach during the event. It's also a great time for bike enthusiasts to visit area dealerships and manufacturers.
There are also many things to do outside of Daytona Beach during the event.
If you're looking to get out of town during Biketoberfest, Daytona Beach is only a short drive away. Some nearby places to check out include Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, and Ponce Inlet.
If you have time before the festival starts or after it ends, take a day trip to St. Augustine (which is just 20 minutes from Daytona). The historic city has plenty of shops and restaurants to explore before returning home for the night.
Jacksonville is another popular destination for bikers from all over Florida, especially during Bike Week when local hotels often offer special rates for visitors like yourself.
No matter what your comfort requirements are, there are plenty of places to stay during Biketoberfest ranging from campgrounds to upscale hotels.
As this regional event draws many attendees, it's important to book your stay ahead of time and be prepared for hotels to require a minimum of 2-3 nights to make a reservation.
A comprehensive list of places to stay can be found on the official website here.
Fly in with your gear and head to one of the EagleRider Rentals & Tours locations, which will offer various bikes for rental during the event.
Just make sure your motorcycle insurance has rental bike coverage.
Florida has some unique rules when it comes to motorcycles. Here are some of the most important ones:
This event has been trademarked by The City of Daytona Beach (citycouncilresolution#05-1322), which maintains that this trademark does not just refer to an individual event but also includes other similar events during Bike Week®.
Whether you're a long-time biker or just getting started, everyone is welcome. So, if you’re looking for a fun way to spend the weekend, then Biketoberfest is the event for you.
It’s not only a great time for motorcycle enthusiasts but also an opportunity to explore Daytona Beach and its surroundings.