Hey, people who live in a dark wintry place, just try not to buy one of these babies at Daytona Bike Week.
Motorcycle enthusiasts–or eat least those wanting to be motorcycle enthusiasts–who’ve been glumly staring out their window at snow banks and frozen streets finally have a reason to go riding.
Daytona Bike Week is back to bring cycle heads from all over the country to celebrate everything on two wheels. Indian Motorcycles just announced its own schedule for Bike Week featuring a solid lineup of showcasing brand new models, demo rides, custom bike displays, and an exclusive rider’s group experience.
Indian Motorcycle Racing opens the 2018 season at Daytona International Speedway for Bike Week with a crew of Jared Mees, Bryan Smith, and Brad Baker. The trio finished in the top three positions in 2017.
“We are thrilled to offer attendees a dynamic and unique Daytona Bike Week experience, including an exclusive look at Carey Hart’s custom bikes,” the Scout FTR750, FTR1200 Custom and all of our 2018 models,” said Reid Wilson, Senior Director of Marketing and Product Planning for Indian Motorcycles.
Indian’s main display will be located at the corner of Main St. and N. Wild Olive Ave from March 9-17. For those looking to burn some rubber themselves, demo rides will take place on International Speedway Boulevard. Winter may still be stunting your riding, but not in Florida.
Kicking Things Off
The 2018 season opener for American Flat Track racing takes place on the 15th featuring the Indian Wrecking Crew, who are out to stay on top in this year’s standings. Part of the Indian Motorcycle Riders Group? You can get a firsthand tour of the Daytona track and have a meet-and-greet with the Wrecking Crew.
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