Main Street, Daytona Beach
Each year I make my journey down to Daytona Beach Florida for this annual Fall motorcycle rally. There is nothing like the vibe that is created by that kind of mixture of babes, bikes, and beer. Main Street is a must for any biker. With plenty of places eat drink and watch the excitement, from Froggy's to Dirty Harry's it is a complete paradise. And let us not forget the infamous Boot Hill Saloon and Main Street Station. During Biketoberfest every one of these venues features a constant parade of live music, bikini contests, and general craziness. For those who like to shop, there is no shortage of leather and apparel stores. Be sure to get there early if you want to park your bike along this historical strip. As the day progresses the traffic increases, and so does the party. Sure there are lots of other things to do in the area, but its hard to leave the non stop thrills of Main Street Daytona.
the daytona beach cemetery is located on main street across the street from the boot hill saloon. this historic cemetery is the final resting place of many of daytona's early settlers and and several confederate civil war veterans. a historic and interesting place to visit on main street.
pictured is the harley-davidson motorcycle store on main street. located in central daytona beach main street is lined with bars, restaurants, and shops. most of the shops on main street sell t-shirts and biker oriented apparel and accessories. an interersting part of town to visit when in daytona beach.
MAIN STREET: This is actually not the town's biggest thoroughfare; it's 'Biker Alley' just off the beach. Lots of leather shops, bars, bike accessory places, t-shirt shops, jewelry shops, cafes, etc. Bikers are friendly; tourists and non-bikers don't need to feel intimidated. Place is mobbed with street festival stuff during 'Bike Week' in March, and 'Biketoberfest' in October, but fairly quiet other times.