Daytona Bike Week Harley-Davidson Events

harleydaytonabikeweekThe official Harley-Davidson schedule of events for the 68th Annual Bike Week at Daytona Beach, Fla., presents a choice activities running from February 28 to March 7. Highlights include: 1- Harley-Davidson New Product Show (Feb. 28 – March 7, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.). 2- Women’s MDA Ride and Women’s Day activities (Tuesday, March 3). 3- Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Live Auction (March 6) and Bike Raffle (March 7)

Harley-Davidson owners are invited to enter their Harley-Davidson motorcycles in the Custom Motorcycle Ride-In Show on Wednesday, March 4. Registration is only $10, and will be at the Ocean Center West Side Parking Lot from 9 a.m.-noon, with $500 cash prizes for Best of Show in 13 classes. Entries are open to the general public and professional bike builders with bikes on display through the awards presentation at 4 p.m.

There will be plenty to do on the Ocean Center New Product Show floor, including: Checking out the latest Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Genuine Motor Accessories and MotorClothes Merchandise. Seminars and presentations on Genuine Motor Accessories and MotorClothes,.Women’s Interactive Experience, including the Wall for Hope, Bike Lift demonstrations, gift certificate drawings and more. Activities outside the Ocean Center during Bike Week include the Harley-Davidson Racing simulators, Women’s MDA Ride arrival and welcome (March 3), Annual Custom Motorcycle Show contest (March 4), B.O.S.S. Ball of Steel Stunt Shows, Ford Adventure Zone Simulator and Harley-Davidson Festival Stage with free music and entertainment. On Tuesday, March 3 at 10:45 a.m., the Ocean Center will welcome hundreds of Harley-Davidson women riders for the 2nd Annual Women’s Day Ride benefiting Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). The Harley-Davidson experience will continueat at the Biarritz at Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard and Pearl Street with Bikers on the Boulevard March 6-7, where music, a bike show and more will celebrate the long and vibrant heritage of African American riders. Harley-Davidson Daytona Events.

8 Responses to “Daytona Bike Week Harley-Davidson Events”

  1. 1 Open Road Biker Feb 28th, 2009 at 2:50 pm

    I wish I was able to be there but I am still stuck here in Afghanistan. It won’t be long now though and I will be back home on the bike.

  2. 2 rodent Mar 1st, 2009 at 7:15 am

    Let’s hope this is not the last hurrah for the Motor Company with their stock in the toilet. Maybe they’ve got to reduce their prices substanially to a more realilistic level with rebates and O% fianancing. Example a Leaman HD Trike for 30G’s against a better Can-Am Spyder for 16G’s.

  3. 3 ¿spoom Mar 1st, 2009 at 9:52 am

    I don’t see that happening Rodent. The guv’mint thinks you can pay more bills by reducing your income but industry knows better. H-Ds have never been priced according to what you get, IF you go only by technology. Fit & finish on a Hyundai are better than most more expensive GMs but I don’t see myself buying one ; )

  4. 4 Kirk Perry Mar 1st, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    “I am still stuck here in Afghanistan.”
    Say hello to Nesrula and Hytula from all the guyz in the canyon!
    The brotherhood from Laguna Beach brought them over from Masar-Shariff in 1969 and took them straight to Disneyland!. They all had a mind-blowing good time. 🙂
    Is Gillim (Ghillim) Street still in Kabul? Lots of great Afgani wool carpets there. The ones on the bottom are always the best, if you can convince the seller to dig for them.
    Geev ’em brah!……’re not missing anything over here. Wait out the recession over there and buy a new Big Twin when you get back.

  5. 5 Andy Thomas Mar 3rd, 2009 at 12:52 am

    Open Road be safe over there brother and thanks for the commitment.

  6. 6 WILLIE Mar 3rd, 2009 at 10:37 am


  7. 7 WILLIE Mar 3rd, 2009 at 10:38 am


  8. 8 IntelWeenie Mar 11th, 2009 at 2:54 pm

    Open Road, as a retired Marine myself, I thank you for your service, and we hope and pray that you all come home safe and sound.

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