Daytona Bike Week is right around the corner, and motorcycle enthusiasts around the country are getting ready to head to Florida for the week of bikes, riding, live music and fun. From March 9 to 18, the streets of Daytona will be filled with motorcycles, riders, street performers, vendors, food carts and much more. The Community Appreciation Parade has been on hiatus for six years, but this year riders are excited for its triumphant return. Many different brands will be there all week, selling motorcycle accessories and showing off custom bikes.
“Daytona Bike Week is of course the ceremonial start of the riding season and every year we ramp up the scale of our Bike Week activities,” Josh Fulkerson, marketing manager for Victory Motorcycles, told the news source. “With an increased number of Victory riders and dealers taking part, the 2012 event will be our biggest Bike Week ever.”
Victory Motorcycles is planning to showcase a number of their new bikes at Daytona, including the Vegas 8-Ball and the Cross Country Tour. Riders can try out the touring motorcycles and other bikes during Daytona Bike Week.
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