People can find photos of the Daytona Beach Bike Week at Officialbikeweek.com. On the left side of the event headquarters page is a link called Bike Week Photos.
A person can search the photos by event, year and photo category. The photo categories range from crowd to hotspots to nature. A viewer can choose to access photos from one or more years of the Bike Week, stretching from 1994 to 2015. The search results in picture thumbnails plus the full size photos.
Daytonabikeweek.com also has a photo gallery. These photos are taken from photos posted on the group’s Facebook page where there are also many photos of the event.
Called the “world’s largest motorcycle event,” the Daytona Beach Bike week is a 10-day event that includes street festivals, concerts, motorcycle races at the Daytona International Speedway, bike shows, rallies and more. City officials estimate that close to 500,000 people take part in the event always held in early March. The local newspaper publishes a free pocket guide that is a comprehensive list of area locations with Bike Week events and activities. One favored activity is to “Ride the Loop,” a route that takes riders past some of the area’s favorite hangouts and attractions as well as showcasing Florida’s natural beauty.
Bike Week started in 1937 with the inaugural running of the Daytona 200. Up until 1961 when the race was moved to Daytona’s International Speedway, it was run on the beach.