Who is participating?
The freedom of the open road is closer than you think as top motorcycle manufacturers will be on property, providing free demo rides! Feel free to try out as many bikes as you’d like from our participating OEMs, including the newest models and exclusive rides from Harley-Davidson, Indian, Suzuki, Victory and Yamaha.
Outside of the famous Daytona International Speedway, motorcycle enthusiasts can test-ride the latest and greatest motorcycles from top manufacturers with free demo rides daily. Riders must have a DOT-approved helmet and motorcycle endorsement on their driver’s license to demo.
Why Demo Ride?
As all true motorcyclists know, it’s truly a different experience to sit on a new bike, feel the handlebars and growl of the motor. There’s no better way to check out a few new motorcycles on the market up close and personal. If you’re looking to make your purchasing decision easier, you need to make sure to take a demo ride or two!
Be here from October 13 to 16 when the roar of motorcycles take over Daytona International Speedway with the return of Biketoberfest. Purchase your tickets online or call 1-800-PITSHOP
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