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March 5-12, 2022 | Daytona Beach, Florida, USA

Daytona Bike Week


Join us at the 81st Daytona Bike Week this March to get your fill of festivals, live entertainment, races, bike shows, demo rides, and more. Plan your trip today.


Location & Date

Harley-Davidson Event Headquarters

Daytona International Speedway 

1801 W International Speedway Blvd

Daytona Beach, FL 32114


Harley-Davidson relies on local health guidelines to inform our participation and protect our staff, our riders, and our communities.


Saturday, March 5 – Saturday, March 12

Take a Demo Ride 

Stop by the Harley-Davidson booth at Daytona International Speedway to try out any of our 2022 line-up, including the Pan America and the Sportster S. We'll have standard and upgraded bikes for demo.

Download the Harley-Davidson App

Make the most of your trip to Daytona Bike Week. Download the all-new H-D App to stay updated on the full line-up of activities, times, locations, and easily check-in at events and the H.O.G tent from anywhere.



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Bike Week Park and Ride Locations
Need a place to store your trailer for Daytona Bike Week? Select H-D dealers are offering riders trailer storage. Park it free of charge and ride into Daytona worry-free. Stop in. Unload. Ride out! Contact a participating H-D dealer below for more information.
Plan for this event
  • Pack items that have more than one use. A multi-tool is handier than a basic pocket knife.
  • Pack all your cold weather and raingear no matter what time of year it is.
  • Lightweight synthetic clothing – such as T-shirts and underwear – can be washed in a hotel sink and dried overnight (cotton fabrics take too long to dry in this manner).
  • On long trips, consider bringing your rattiest underwear (or other clothing), then just throw it away when you're done with it!
  • Plastic bags make great boot liners if you forgot your gaiters. If you forgot your rain gloves, rubber dishwashing gloves make great, inexpensive substitutes.
  • A small towel can be wrapped around your neck during a rainstorm to keep water from running down your back – and doubles as a shop rag.
  • Don't fold your clothes – roll them. They take up less space that way.
  • Zipper-lock plastic bags of various sizes can be extremely useful for organizing items in saddlebags and duffle bags. They can make it easier to find and retrieve particular items without unpacking your entire motorcycle. Use the one-gallon size to pack one day's worth of clothes – jeans, undergarments, and shirt. This makes it easier to unpack just what you need.
  • When traveling with other riders, conserve space by comparing packing lists and eliminating duplicate items.
  • When traveling (two-up) with a partner, ask yourself questions such as: "Can we share a tube of toothpaste?" or "Can I get by using her shampoo for a week?"
  • Few things are as easy to pack as money or credit cards. If you're struggling with whether or not to bring a particular item, consider simply buying it on the road if you need it.
  • If you watch the ounces, the pounds will take care of themselves. When possible, lighter is better.
  • Check the cargo weight limits of your bike - as well as the bags and racks - and adjust tire pressure and suspension accordingly.
  • When loading your bike, keep as much weight as possible close to the bike's center of gravity. That means low and toward the tank, distributed evenly from side to side.
  • Before you begin your trip, make sure to review all local motorcycle laws for the states you'll be traveling in. 
  • A day or two before you leave, do a dry run. Pack the bike and go for a short ride, then adjust the load as needed.
  • If you're camping, set up your tent once or twice before you leave (and don't forget to waterproof it). Practice setting it up in the dark.
  • With your bike loaded for your road trip, check your headlamp to make sure it’s properly aimed.
Getting there is half the fun
A backroads ride through mostly rural Georgia and Florida on the way to Daytona Beach. Florida highlights include Ocala National Forest; Angels Dining Car in Palatka, FL, the state's oldest diner; a bit of the Atlantic coastline approaching Daytona Beach; Main St. and the Daytona Int'l Speedway.
Ride along the Gulf Coast on the way to Daytona Beach on the Atlantic Coast. Highlights include Cedar Key, FL (try Tony's Seafood for chowder); smallest police station in Carrabelle, FL; Ocala Nat'l Forest; Palatka FL (the "City of Murals" and home of Florida's oldest diner).
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