This huge rally draws several hundred thousand folks and includes a parade, rides, ride-in shows, bike giveaways, poker runs, demo rides, numerous bands and hundreds of vendors.Find out more »
Ride from Irvine to San Diego, California
Hundreds of riders will take to the 5 Freeway for a patriotic group ride benefiting military men and women who have been injured in Afghanistan and Iraq. The ride will de[art form OC Harley-Davidson in Irvine, California, and make its way to Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base in San Diego, California. All proceeds benefit Warrior Foundation-Freedom Station. Fees are $30 for a single rider and $25 for a passenger (tax deductible) and include a BBQ lunch and a T-shirt.
The Ride for Kids program is a national series of motorcycle rides that supports the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Our mission is to eliminate the challenges of childhood brain tumors by funding medical research and family support. With dozens of events this year, there’s sure to be one in your area.Find out more »
Fountain Inn, South Carolina
The ride is police escorted. Begins at Grand South Bank in Fountain Inn (325 S. Main Street, Fountain Inn, SC 29644). Runs through Fountain Inn, Simpsonville, and Mauldin city limits. Vendors, food, music, door prizes, 50/50 drawing. Rain or shine. Bring a new, unwrapped toy for a child of all ages.
Ormond Beach, Florida
Event will begin at 9 a.m. at B.F.F.A.R with free biscuit, gravy and coffee, discounted drinks with registration. The cost is $10 per hand, plus a gift or donation to a deployed Soldier. The Poker Run begins at 11 a.m., Circus II, Do the Loop, White Eagle, Daytona Pig Stand and ending at the World Famous Iron Horse Saloon. Live Band, Games, Auction, Raffles, 50/50, food, vendors, and lots of fun for a great cause for the 2nd year in a row.Call (386) 341-2210 or visit volusiaangels.org for more information or to make a donation.
Ladson, South Carolina
The 17th annual Toy for Tots Motorcycle Ride will be held at the Exchange Park Fairgrounds in Ladson, South Carolina. The cost is $20 per biker and $10 for passengers, or donate a new unwrapped toy per person. Registration is from 10 a.m. to noon with the ride beginning at noon. The ride route is approximately 50 miles and will be a police escorted ride around the beautiful Low Country. All proceeds will benefit children in need in the Low Country. All bikes, clubs and riders are welcome. The event will include a 50/50 raffle, music, and food vendors for breakfast and lunch.
San Juan Capistrano, California
This fun ride begins at event host Orange County Harley Davidson (8677 Research Dr. Irvine) and ends at the Car Show in San Juan Capistrano. The cost is $35 per person and proceeds fund Rotary charities, animal medications, spay/neuter, emergency surgeries, adopting homeless and abandoned dogs and cats. The date of the event is Feb. 1, 2014, 8am to 2pm. To register, call (714) 815-0394, or register on-line at www.sjcrotary.org/carshow, click on Poker Run-Register.
Here’s the 73rd annual celebration of the nation’s largest bike event with auctions, rides, custom bike shows, live music, that outrageous street scene and plenty of racing! At Florida’s historic Daytona International Speedway you’ll enjoy Supercross, Superbike, vintage racing and the Daytona 200 on March 15.Find out more »
This 18th annual event is held at the WestWorld facility, and kicks off with pre-event activities March 28-April 1. Then things really amp up as Cyclefest begins with rides, demos, camping, stunt shows, motorcycles and live music.Find out more »
The 32th annual version of the West Coast’s largest motorcycle event will include a custom bike show, poker runs, rides, vendors, concerts, casino action and the Ms. Laughlin River Run contest.Find out more »
Myrtle Beach area, South Carolina
This rally is essentially a condensed version of Daytona and features vendors, custom bike shows, poker runs, bands and a major street scene, all happening in the general area of Myrtle Beach.
A celebration of vintage and modern motorcycles, great company and new adventures, The Quail Motorcycle Gathering has something for everyone—including live music and a signature beverage pavilion all set on the immaculate green grasses of Quail Lodge & Golf Club. Entry includes a mouthwatering barbecue lunch, parking and a gear valet service for those riding a motorcycle to the event.
Billed as the world’s largest touring rally, Americade has been around for more than 30 years. Enjoy parties on the lawn, ghost tours of old Fort William Henry, mini tours, fireworks, boat cruises, seminars, stunt shows, demo rides from many manufacturers, the TourExpo trade show (in two locations) and huge parade. Guest speakers include members of the Rider editorial staff.Find out more »
Chino Hills, California
The 7th Annual Friends of Steve McQueen Car and Motorcycle Show celebrates “The Thomas Crown Affair.” Click for more details.
Come celebrate the 91st anniversary of the longest running motorcycle event in North America. It’s huge and includes vendors, demo rides, guided tours, boat cruises, bike shows, a bike build-off, swap meet and a major street scene with live bands. Also enjoy vintage roadracing including GP, flat-track and the Loudon Classic roadrace.Find out more »
Willow Brook, Illinois, to Santa Monica, California
This is a nine-day motorcycle ride down old Route 66. The ride starts on the June 14, 2014, at La Quinta Inn in Willow Brook, Illinois. The ride will follow Route 66 to Santa Monica, California and will end on June 22, 2014, with an awards dinner in California.
Johnson City, Tennessee
The Concours Owners Group (COG) will host the 2014 “Silverdammit” National Rally the week of June 16-20, 2014, in Johnson City, Tennessee. The rally marks the celebration of the group’s 25th anniversary, and will include many social activities, information seminars, guest speakers, technical sessions, and a banquet dinner.
This three-day Big Bike Weekend includes a Cal-Neva Training Series for Motor Officers, 3-day motorcycle rally, Green Light Police Escorted Ride (hour ride through county). Riders pay a registration fee but spectators can attend for free. The event includes entertainment, food and merchandise vendors.