Biketoberfest® October 15 – 18, 2015


A short drive from St. Augustine…

Ready for a long weekend of riding fun before the long streach of winter? Then make plans today to be at Biketoberfest® where your sure to enjoy a host of fun festivities perfect for riding enthusiasts. This ia a great time of year in the Daytona Beach area with tempatures typically in the mid 70’s during the day and cool mid 60’s at night. If you’re a fan of bike shows there are plently and entertainment offerings area wide are perfect for a cool afternoon in the sunshine. For the most up-to-date details and cool offerings be sure to visit the Official event web site at

Ride The Loop

It’s like no other ride. It’s freedom, sunshine, open road and graceful curves. It’s called the Loop and for motorcycle enthusiasts everywhere, it’s a riders dream.
The Loop begins with a northerly trek at the foot of the Granada Bridge on John Anderson Drive in Ormond Beach. Going North, riders are greeted by a cathedral of trees up to the Highbridge Road where they hang a left (to go west) and go over the bridge and the Intracoastal Waterway (the Halifax River). There are several places to stop along the way and just enjoy the Florida countryside. After more winding turns, you’ll come upon Walter Boardman road where you will make another turn that takes you further west to Old Dixie Highway. When you reach Old Dixie Highway, take another left (to go south) toward Ormond Beach.

If you haven’t ever taken the Loop, we recommend it highly. This leisurely ride will give you a feel for Florida’s natural beauty. Check out Ormond Park and the Fairchild Oak tree – one of Florida’s oldest living Oaks. Bring your camera, maybe a boxed lunch, and enjoy. The Loop is approximately 22 miles long and a must for riders who enjoy an open road and Florida’s natural beauty.




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