Whether you’re just daydreaming or scratching a number off your bucket list, this list of top biker rallies is sure to get the creative juices flowing.
Famous worldwide, this gathering has drawn bikers from far and wide virtually every year since 1938. Today attendance ranges around 500,000 bikers, with activities ranging from charity poker runs to all-star music lineups and American Flat Track racing.
Not much makes more sense than a biker rally in the birthplace of American biker culture! The annual Milwaukee Rally celebrates all things Harley in the heart of the city. The Harley Museum and five local dealers in the area host a myriad of activities for riders to engage in, with live music, food, activities and vendors at each location.
- Daytona Bike Week
The southern counterpart to Sturgis, Daytona originally began as a party surrounding a race weekend. Beginning in 1937, the event now attracts roughly 500,000 bikers over a 10-day stretch. Entertainment includes camping, music, parties, vendors and even occasional weddings!
- Laconia Motorcycle Week
The oldest bike rally in the country – Laconia Motorcycle Week is held on Lake Winnipesaukee in New England. Its quirky vibe matches its quaint location, and activities include typical attractions like rides and races, but also the odd twist like their “largest beer belly” contest.
- Myrtle Beach Bike Week
Another rally that’s decades old, Myrtle Bike Week was also founded on the quintessential biker values of good times with great friends. The rally actually occurs in both spring and fall, with the spring bike week typically the larger one. Entertainment includes vendors, music, biker bars, bike shows and group rides.
Hupy and Abraham is the law firm that truly knows riders. Every year, members of our team love visiting rallies like Sturgis, and we are proud to be an official sponsor of the annual Milwaukee Rally! Visit any one of our “Watch for Motorcycles” booths at great events like these in the area to get your FREE “Watch for Motorcycles” motorcycle stickers and swag.
By: M.J. Ball