Indian Motorcycle Events during Daytona Bike Week 2014

For the first time recent history, Indian Motorcycle is joining other major manufacturers in a big way during Daytona Bike Week 2014. From March 8th through March 15th crowds of motorcycle enthusiasts will converge on Daytona Beach in Florida to kick off the official 2014 riding season. Attendance for this year’s event is anticipated to be quite high considering many MidWwsterners have just gone through one of the longest, snowiest and coldest winters.  Demo Rides, beach parties, shopping and bikes shows are just a few of the Indian sponsored events that everyone is invited to attend.

Daily Events:

Indian Motorcycle Demo Rides at Daytona International Speedway 9am-5pm

Ride solo or tandem on an Indian Chief Classic, Indian Chief Vintage or Indian Chieftain.  Free to those with a valid motorcycle endorsement and proper riding attire.

Indian Motorcycle Display at Daytona International Speedway 9am-5pm

2014 Indian Chiefs models, a collection of vintage motorcycles and a “naked” display giving fans an inside look at the engineering behind the Indians.

Indian Motorcycle Main Street Store 10am-8pm

Stop in and get the official commemorative Indian Motorcycle Daytona Bike Week 2014 T-Shirt

Destination Daytona 9am-5pm

2014 Indian Motorcycles & Apparel for sale and check out the heritage engines           

Special Events:

            Indian Motorcycle Daytona Beach Kick-Start Party; Saturday March 8th

From 9pm until 11pm at the Full Moon Saloon on Main Street attend one of the many “unofficial” kick off parties for Daytona Bike Week 2014

            All-Indian Bike Show; Friday March 14th

Registration and admission are free to attend this Indian based bike show honoring a 113 year history. Both Indian and Indian-based motorcycles built from 1901 to 2014 are invited to participate.  Prizes include trophies, gear, apparel and a gift certificate from Corbin Saddles.

For more events sponsored by Indian motorcycles during Daytona Bike Week 2014 sign up to be on the Indian Motorcycle email list or check out one of their social media sites.