Daytona Beach, FL - The 80th Anniversary of Daytona Beach Bike Week, taking place from March 5th through the 14th has the green light from the Daytona Beach City Commission (DBCC). The Commission gave approval to the Bike Week 2021 Private Property Master Plan as submitted by the Daytona Beach Regional Chamber's (DBRC) Bike Week Festival Task Force during last night’s meeting.
Per the DBRC Master Plan Guidelines for Bike Week, outside activities shall be permitted only in open areas of permanently licensed year-round businesses, which front on the following streets:
• Main Street and Fairview Avenue from the Atlantic Ocean to Beach Street
• Beach Street from Bay Street to Fairview Avenue
• Ballough Road from Fairview Avenue to Mason Avenue
• Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard from Segrave Avenue to Dr. Martin Luther
• Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard from Beach Street to Palmetto Avenue
• Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard from Shady Place to George Engram Boulevard
• West International Speedway Boulevard from Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard to
Event parking on unimproved vacant lots and improved non-residential lots is allowed in the area bounded by Main Street, Halifax Avenue, Auditorium Boulevard, and Peninsula Drive.
Outside vendors will be permitted, and businesses on Main Street will have to limit capacity inside to 60% to help promote social distancing.
Vendors can find more information at officialbikeweek.com.