These are the Top Motorcycle Rallies in the United States

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally pic

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Image: sturgismotorcyclerally.com

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For motorcycle enthusiasts, rallies are some of the most exciting events of the year. Not only do these events provide an avenue through which they can meet other bikers, but it also allows them to showcase their impressive rides. Each year, motorcycle riders travel long distances to attend some of the top rallies in the United States. Here are a few particular favorites:

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally began in 1938 as a small gathering for motorcycle racers. Since this humble beginning, the rally has grown into a destination event for bikers from around the world. Held in the midst of the South Dakota Black Hills, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally regularly attracts crowds of up to 800,000.

Myrtle Beach Bike Week

Held since 1940, Myrtle Beach Bike Week occurs during the spring and fall of each year. Attendees have the opportunity to bike along 80 miles of beachfront in between motorcycle racing events. In addition, Myrtle Beach Bike Week hosts motorcycle shows where enthusiasts can show off their custom rides.

Daytona Bike Week

In 1937, Daytona Bike Week debuted as a multi-terrain motorcycle race. Though officials called off the gathering after the United States joined World War II, bikers still attended. The tradition has since continued under the official name Daytona Bike Week, welcoming an annual crowd of 500,000 visitors for 10 days of biking activities.

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