Biketoberfest in Daytona Beach is just around the corner, beginning on October 19. Attendees can keep track of all the activities with the official Biketoberfest mobile app that provides up-to-date info on all the events during the four-day rally, including bike shows and racing action at Daytona International Speedway. The app also includes scenic rides, bike show details, and more.

A scavenger hunt will be a new feature of the Biketoberfest app this year. Participants can download the app and then check in to nine spots in the area, like vendors, a distillery, and the tallest lighthouse in Florida. The last stop is the Welcome Center, where the first 500 people to complete the scavenger hunt will receive a collectible coin.

For more information about Biketoberfest, read the press release below. Also check out American Rider’s Events Calendar for more moto-events.


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – (Oct. 5, 2023) – The 31st annual Biketoberfest, the Southeast’s best motorcycle rally, is right around the corner on Oct. 19-22. The four-day motorcycle rally attracts motorcycle enthusiasts to Volusia County with beautiful Florida weather, live music, the industry’s top vendors, bike shows, motorcycle racing at Daytona International Speedway, and miles of scenic rides along famous A1A, historic Main Street, and The Loop in Ormond Beach.

The official Biketoberfest mobile app, available for free download on app stores, provides the most up-to-date information on everything there is to see, do, and experience during the four-day rally. The mobile app provides users convenient access to the rally’s online calendar of events, bike show details, scenic rides, and more.


New to the mobile app this year is the MotoPassport scavenger hunt. The first 500 individuals to complete the MotoPassport during Biketoberfest on Oct. 19-22 will receive an exclusive collectible coin. To participate in the scavenger hunt, individuals need to create an account on the mobile app and check in at nine stops:

  • Blue Collar Bear Beard Oil (tent located trackside in Daytona International Speedway’s display area)
  • Copper Bottom Craft Distillery
  • Daytona Beach Racing and Card Club
  • ONE DAYTONA (located across from Daytona International Speedway)
  • Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse in the state of Florida
  • Rue & Ziffra (tent located at Willie’s Tropical Tattoo on U.S. 1 in Ormond Beach)
  • Tanger Outlets
  • Teddy Morse’s Daytona Harley-Davidson
  • The Official Biketoberfest Welcome Center presented by GEICO (located trackside in Daytona International Speedway’s display area)
Biketoberfest Scavenger Hunt Coin
Biketoberfest Scavenger Hunt Coin

The Official Biketoberfest Welcome Center presented by GEICO is the final stop on the scavenger hunt where individuals can pick up their collectible coin. Along with information about the area, the Welcome Center will be handing out free posters, pins, poker chips, and helmet stickers for visitors throughout Biketoberfest.

While not included in the scavenger hunt, two attractions in the Daytona Beach area that are must-dos during Biketoberfest are the recently completed Riverfront Esplanade and the new World War II exhibit at the Smithsonian-affiliated Museum of Arts and Sciences.


The Riverfront Esplanade, located in downtown Daytona Beach, spans a mile of Intracoastal Waterway and is a premier gathering space and botanical garden. The northern end of the Riverfront Esplanade opened in 2022 while the southern end of the green space has its grand opening scheduled for this week. Visitors will discover in the southern end walkways that run through a creek with waterfalls, gardens with flowers, plants, and trees, and picnic tables that overlook the water.

The Museum of Arts and Sciences is showcasing a special exhibition on World War II: The American Experience. The exhibit, which runs from Oct. 14, 2023 through Jan. 14, 2024, shares rare artifacts and the very personal memories of those who owned them. Explore the three theaters of operation: Europe, the Pacific, and the Home Front, through over 100 artifacts and images from the collection of historian Ryan Lowry. Veterans and active military with valid ID will receive free museum admission during the duration of the exhibit.

Visit the Biketoberfest website for more.

Find more motorcycle events at American Rider‘s events calendar.


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