DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Starting Thursday, bikers are rolling back into Daytona Beach for the 29th annual Biketoberfest.
What You Need To Know
- Biketoberfest begins Thursday and goes through Sunday, Oct. 17.
- The city is expecting around 125,000 people this year.
- Get all the information here for Biketopberfest
Last year, there were no official events held because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but this year the festivities are back on track.
Biketoberfest is set to go on as usual this year, with the approval of the city.
The city stated curbside parking on Main Street will be limited to allow for greater physical distancing on the sidewalks.
"Motorcycles Only" will be in effect on Main Street and motorcycles must have mufflers, to avoid excessive pipe noise which would violate Florida law.
Another big reminder for motorcyclists, look out for pedestrians in the festival and residential areas during Biketoberfest.