BIKETOBERFEST WILL GO ON: HURRICANE MATTHEW HAS NOT WON!

Daytona is not letting Hurricane Matthew rain on their parade any longer! The city is working hard to get everything cleaned up and ready to go for Biketoberfest 2016.

It appears most hotels and business’s are up and running. Call your hotel and double check if your lodging was effected by Hurricane Matthew. The Biketoberfest FB page has plenty of information on places with available lodging.

Main Street and River Front Park are all set up and ready for you and your motorcycle crew!

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Knockrz spotted at River Front Park

 

Be aware that parts of A1A near Flagler Beach were washed away by Hurricane Matthew. They will likely be off limits during the rally.

FLAGLER BEACH, FL - OCTOBER 08: (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

FLAGLER BEACH, FL – OCTOBER 08: (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Google image of streets in Daytona

Google image of street damage in Daytona

Here is a video we found on Youtube of showing some of the Daytona Beach damage from the storm.

 

There are still plenty of beautiful places to ride, and cool places in town to hang out and talk about bikes. What’s your favorite place during Biketoberfest?

Knockrz vendor booth at Bike Week

Knockrz vendor booth at Bike Week

If you’re transporting your motorcycle to the event check out our Knockrz! They offer peace of mind while transporting your motorcycle. Knockrz are compatible with open trailers, truck beds and with multiple motorcycles. Better to be safe than sorry.

We won’t have a vendor booth set up at this event, but we will be driving around passing out koozies! Look for the trailer with a set of Knockrz on it! If you see us say hello!

 

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