This information is evolving and will be updated as more info and events become available. Information has been provided by the city, county, official Bike Week page or by individual event pages. If you have any questions, please direct them to the organizers of the events.
The 81st anniversary of Bike Week is happening in Daytona Beach this March 4 – 13, 2022.
Hundreds of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts are expected in the greater Daytona Beach and Volusia County area during this time.
The city of Daytona Beach has published this guide to have fun and create a safe environment for everyone:
- No checkpoints are planned for any Bike Week event.
- Please follow the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 guidelines to ensure everyone’s safety, including yours.
Where you Can and Can’t Park or Drive During Bike Week
- We expect most of the crowds to be in these areas, especially at night:
- Daytona International Speedway (DIS)
- Main Street
- Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard (MMB)
- Beach Street
- Those wishing to enter or leave beachside are encouraged to use the bridges at Seabreeze/Oakridge or International Speedway boulevards.
- Excessive noise from loud pipes is prohibited by Florida law and Daytona Beach city ordinance. Violations will be enforced!
- 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 officers will enforce designated residential/decal parking restrictions.
- When event traffic dictates, specific traffic patterns will be put into effect to facilitate movement in and around the festival areas.
- Motorcycles only will be in effect for Main Street. Other vehicles will be sent elsewhere or must receive special permission to access.
- It may be necessary to restrict traffic on the Main Street Bridge during peak event times to facilitate movement of emergency vehicles.
- Side street traffic heading north/south between Auditorium Boulevard and Harvey Street may be restricted during events. Affected roads include:
- Oleander Avenue
- Wild Olive Street
- Grandview Avenue
- Hollywood Avenue
- 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/State Road A1A
- NORTHBOUND: Turn left (west) on International Speedway Boulevard and then right (north) on Peninsula Drive. Please avoid trying to turn left (west) onto Main Street from Atlantic Avenue.
- SOUTHBOUND: Go to the right lane. Upon reaching Main Street, you may be able to turn right (west), depending on the amount of traffic. If not, continue south and turn right (west) on International Speedway Boulevard, then turn right (north) on Peninsula Drive.
- Peninsula Drive
- NORTHBOUND: Remain on Peninsula Drive until you get to Main Street, then turn right (east).
- SOUTHBOUND: Turn left (east) on Oakridge Boulevard to Atlantic Avenue, then turn right (south) and head to Main Street.
- Atlantic Avenue/State Road A1A
- There will be motorcycle-only parking on selected areas of Beach Street. These areas will be clearly marked by signage.
- Expect heavy traffic around Indian Motorcycle Company (290 North Beach).
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
- Minor traffic patterns may be implemented to assist with inbound and outbound traffic.
- Event signage will be clearly posted on DIS property.
DR. MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE BOULEVARD
- Eventgoers can use any of the major roadways intersecting with MMB.
- Public parking areas may be restricted to assist with pedestrian safety and vehicle movement during events.
- Side streets near the 800 block of MMB will be restricted and/or closed to assist with spectator safety.
To help plan your Bike Week Trip, Daytona Bike Week has published their Bike Week Travel Guide, as well as a guide to local events.
Votran plans route detours during Bike Week:
In response to anticipated traffic congestion surrounding Bike Week, some Votran routes will be adjusted Friday, March 4, through Sunday, March 13. Detours will be in effect at all hours. Riders should expect possible delays and interruptions in service.
Additional detours may be activated as needed due to traffic conditions. Votran riders are encouraged to plan trips in advance. Learn more at www.votran.org. The website also provides up-to-date alerts, real-time bus tracking, and download information for the myStop Mobile app for real-time bus information anywhere.
Route adjustments include:
Monday – Saturday daytime routes
- A shuttle bus will operate along A1A between Seabreeze Boulevard and Silver Beach Avenue and the Intermodal Transfer Facility (ITF). Passengers can connect with Routes 1, 18 and 19 at Oak Ridge Boulevard and A1A and Routes 17A/B at Silver Beach Avenue and A1A. The shuttle bus will not enter the ITF.
- Routes 1, 8, 18 and 19
- Buses will not use the ITF. Passengers should wait on A1A for the shuttle bus to make connections. Route 8 will stay on Halifax Avenue.
- Route 1
- Outbound: Left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, right on US 1, right on Mason Avenue, left on A1A to regular routing. No service to the ITF.
- Inbound: No service in the ITF. From A1A, right on Seabreeze Boulevard, left on US 1, left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard to the Transfer Plaza. For travel on A1A, board the shuttle bus at A1A and Seabreeze Boulevard.
- Route 8
- The bus will stay on Halifax Avenue and will not service the ITF in either direction.
- Route 11A/B
- Outbound (11A/B): Left on Palmetto Avenue, left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, right on US 1, right on Fairview Avenue, left on Beach Street.
- Outbound (11A): From International Speedway Boulevard, right on Williamson Boulevard to regular routing. Route 11A will not serve Thames Road, Fentress Boulevard, or the Daytona Flea and Farmers Market. Passengers going west of Williamson Boulevard should use Route 60.
- Inbound (11A/B): From Beach Street, right on Fairview Avenue, left on US 1, left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, right into the Transfer Plaza.
- Route 17A/B
- Outbound: Right on Palmetto Avenue, left on Orange Avenue, right on A1A.
- Inbound: From A1A, left on Silver Beach Avenue, right on Palmetto Avenue to the Transfer Plaza.
- Route 18
- Inbound: From A1A, right on Seabreeze Boulevard, left on US 1, left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard to the Transfer Plaza. No service to the ITF. For travel on A1A, board the shuttle bus at A1A and Seabreeze Boulevard.
- Route 19
Outbound: Left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, right on US 1, right on Mason Avenue, left on A1A. No service to the ITF. Passengers traveling between the Transfer Plaza and Seabreeze Boulevard/A1A should use the shuttle bus.
Night and Sunday Service
Night and Sunday service will start and end at the Transfer Plaza and will not enter the ITF.
- A shuttle bus will operate along A1A between University Avenue and Silver Beach Avenue and to the Transfer Plaza. Passengers can connect with Route 1 at Seabreeze Boulevard and A1A and Route 17 at Silver Beach Avenue and A1A. The shuttle bus will not enter the ITF.
- Route 1
- Outbound: Left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, right on US 1, right on Mason Avenue, left on A1A to regular routing. No service in the ITF. The route will end at Vining Court and Granada Boulevard. The bus will not travel over the Granada Bridge; passengers should connect with Route 3 at the Transfer Plaza.
- Inbound: From A1A, right on Seabreeze Boulevard, left on US 1, left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard to the Transfer Plaza. No service to the ITF.
- Route 3
- Outbound: Left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, right on US 1.
- Inbound: Reverse routing.
- Route 4
- Outbound: Left on Palmetto Avenue, left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, left on US 1.
- Inbound: Reverse routing.
- Route 10N
- Outbound: Left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, right on US 1, left on Fairview Avenue.
- Inbound: Reverse routing.
- Route 10S
- Outbound: Left on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard to regular routing.
- Inbound: The bus will continue on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard to the Transfer Plaza.
- The route will not serve the Daytona Flea and Farmers Market. Buses will stay on US 92, both inbound and outbound.
- Route 15
- Outbound: Right on Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, right on Palmetto Avenue, right on Orange Avenue to regular routing.
- Inbound: From Orange Avenue, left on Palmetto Avenue to the Transfer Plaza.
- Route 17
- Outbound: Right on Palmetto Avenue, left on Orange Avenue, right on A1A, to regular routing. The bus will end at Raymond Avenue and South Atlantic Avenue. There will be no service over the Dunlawton Bridge; passengers should connect with Route 4 at the Transfer Plaza.
- Inbound: From A1A, left on Silver Beach Avenue, right on Palmetto Avenue to Transfer Plaza.
Passengers are reminded that masks are required onboard buses, while waiting for buses and at Votran facilities. Masks and hand sanitizer are available on all buses. Votran continues enhanced cleaning practices of buses and facilities.
Bike Week 2022 Events and Things to Do
Where to See the Budweiser Clydesdales:
Come see the Budweiser Clydesdales during Bike Week 2022!
For over 30 years Budweiser has supported Bike Week in Daytona Beach and is proud to once again bring in the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales to celebrate the iconic event.
Events Throughout Bike Week (March 4 – 13):
- 33rd Annual Boardwalk/Full Throttle Bike Show
- 2022 Annual Jam On Productions National Swap Meet and Bike Show THE BIG ONE
- 2022 Fastlane Motorcycle Swap Meet and Bike Show
- 2022 Official Bike Week Welcome Center
- AMSOIL Treasure Hunt – 81st Bike Week
- BIKE WEEK – Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona
- Bike Week 2022 Riverfront Beer and Peanuts inside Tomoka State Park
- LIVE MUSIC – Saints and Sinners Pub
- Ormond Scenic Loop Shoot
- Salute our Heroes Signing wall
Friday, March 4:
- 2022 Annual Opening Day at Jam On Productions National Swap Meet and Bike Show
- BOBBY FRISS LIVE IN CONCERT
- Reto Affair – Vintage Motorcycle & Bicycle Show (March 4-5)
- Vintage Motorcycle Alliance Swap Meet and Bike Show (March 4-6)
Saturday, March 5:
- Bike Week Kick Off Bike Show
- IRON HORSE PRESENTS BOBBY FRISS IN CONCERT
- Ride Forever Wedding Ceremonies
Sunday, March 6:
- Full Throttle and Hog Pen 12 Class Bike Show
- Leather and Lace MC Annual Bike Blessing
- MILLER LITE PRESENTS BOBBY FRISS IN CONCERT
Wednesday, March 9:
Thursday, March 10:
- Down and Dirty Bike and Audio Show
- Free Bike Week Concert – STXY / BOSTON Tribute Band
- Leather and Lace MC Annual Motorcycle Rodeo
- Revved up all ladies ride in bike show
- Ruff Ride Poker Run
- THE BROKEN SPOKE PRESENTS BOBBY FRISS IN CONCERT
- Mission Volusia Half-Mile (March 10-11)
- Mission King of the Baggers (March 10-12)
Friday, March 11:
- Fastlane Promotions presents 2022 Burning Bike
- FREE! Jackyl in Concert at Destination Daytona
- IRON HORSE BASH WITH BOBBY FRISS
For the most up-to-date information, visit the Official Bike Week website or follow them on Facebook.
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