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Welcome Bikers! One of the largest motorcycle rallies in the world will celebrate its 80th anniversary during Bike Week March 5-14. Motorists should expect heavy traffic in the city during Bike Week.
Due to the pandemic, the following changes are being made to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:
Getting around Daytona Beach during Bike Week
Hundreds of thousands of people will be in the Daytona Beach area March 5-14 for Bike Week. Large crowds are expected in the following areas, especially at night:
For the schedule of Bike Week activities, visit the official Bike Week website at www.officialbikeweek.com.
Motorists are encouraged to use the Seabreeze Boulevard / Oakridge Boulevard, International Speedway Boulevard and Silver Beach / Orange Avenue bridges.
Excessive noise from loud pipes is prohibited, and motorcycles must have mufflers according to state
Motorcyclists arriving and leaving festival areas via residential streets should proceed with extra caution due to pedestrian traffic.
Resident and business access will be accommodated. Police will enforce designated residential / decal parking restrictions in specific areas, especially on the beachside. Please check for signage before parking.
When event traffic dictates, specific traffic patterns will be put into effect to help keep traffic moving in and around the festival areas.
“Motorcycles Only” will be in effect for Main Street. Other motorists must use the side roadways or receive special permission to access the area.
Curbside parking will be limited to allow for greater physical distancing on the sidewalks.
Overflow parking is available at designated Ocean Center lots by following signs. Indoor parking available at Ocean Center on weekends (Friday and Saturday).
For a map and additional details for Main Street traffic and parking, refer to the Daytona Beach Main Street Safety Plan.
It may be necessary to restrict traffic on the Main Street Bridge during peak event times so emergency vehicles can get through the area.
Side street traffic heading north / south between Auditorium Boulevard and Harvey Street may be restricted during events. Affected roadways include:
To ensure traffic flow, special traffic patterns may go into effect for motorcycle riders who want to access Main Street. Those are as follows:
Atlantic Avenue (S.R. A1A)
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard (MMB)
Daytona International Speedway
Votran Public Transit
Bike Week will bring heavy traffic to Volusia County, and Votran riders should expect numerous delays, interruptions and route deviations. Schedule delays may occur from March 5 to 14. Detours are subject to change without notice. Votran riders are encouraged to plan trips in advance. The best way for riders to stay informed of delays or deviations is to download the myStop mobile app and sign up for real-time service alerts at www.votran.org.