EagleRider’s Daytona Bike Week Van Supported Motorcycle Tour is packed with six days of great riding, great scenery, and great adventure. Beginning your journey in Orlando we ride down Florida's West Coast. We will ride alongside the beautiful beaches through the famous Everglades National park and end up in Key West. After a Day of relaxation we will ride along the beautiful Atlantic Coastline through Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach up to our end destination Daytona Beach. This tour ends with the bike drop off on the last Day. We can gladly assist in extending your bike rental and booking any post-hotel nights.
IMPORTANT NOTE - This is not a Tour lead by a Tour Guide. Packages have a limited number of spaces, and include bike rental, motorcycle friendly hotels, a Mobile Tour app providing you with the most scenic route descriptions, and a support van with Multilingual driver which follows behind the group on the suggested tour route and will carry your luggage from hotel to hotel. You can choose to follow our route, ride in a group or on your own. Let’s roll!
Daytona Winter Getaway - Tour Itinerary
Welcome to the land of perpetual sunshine and Mickey Mouse. You may want to arrive in Orlando a couple of days early to take in Disney world, Universal Studios, or just to unwind with a few rounds of golf. Whatever you choice may be, Orlando is certainly the city that has something for everybody. Tonight we will meet our fellow riders for the first time at the orientation meeting.
Today is about feeling the warm Florida air wash over us as we make our way from Orlando to Naples. This morning you pick up your bike at EagleRider’s Orlando location and we are off to see the sunshine state. From Orlando we head west towards Tampa. In Tampa, the west coast’s largest city, you get on Hwy 41 riding along Florida’s west coast – St.Petersburg, Venice, Cape Coral, Fort Myers. Florida’s west coast embraces all the extremes, buzzing, youthful towns rise behind placid fishing hamlets, mobbed holiday strips are just minutes from desolate swamp lands, and world-class art collections vie with glitzy theme parks. Surprises are plentiful, though the coast’s one of constant proximity to The Gulf of Mexico.
Today you take Highway 41 - the infamous Tamiami Trail – and ride all the way to Florida City through the Everglades National Park. The Everglades National Park is covering over 1.5 million acres at the far southwestern tip of mainland Florida, the park protects the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. A fair portion of the park is actually underwater, and the entire Everglades ecosystem basically a giant, slow-flowing river that is 50 miles wide, but averaging only a few inches deep. The Everglades are under constant threat, yet seem to vibrate with life. Some 300 species of birds breed here, as do 600 different kinds of fish and animals, ranging from rare manatees to abundant alligators.
Pick up Highway 997 south and then enter Highway 1 all the way to Key West.
What is your pleasure today? Whether it is fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, exploring remote beaches, kayaking, water sports, or simply kicking back with your toes in the sand at a local beach bar, Key West has what you are looking for. You are in paradise so kick back and enjoy the lifestyle and people that keep the likes of Jimmy Buffet coming back year after sunny year.
Today you will ride into Miami. Take Highway 1, the unique Overseas Highway, will take you via Key Largo, where you might want to stop to see the original “African Queen”. As you continue, you will cross dozens of bridges, pass over harbors, view the Atlantic waters on one side and the Florida Bay on the other. Enjoy your overnight in Miami.
Enjoy a ride along Florida’s East Coast up to Fort Pierce, often called the "Sunrise City." Fort Pierce is one of “Old Florida” fishing towns with beautiful beaches, part of the Treasure Coast, a stretch of land from St. Lucie Inlet to Sebastian Inlet along Florida's Atlantic coast.
Today you drive from Fort Pierce towards to Daytona Beach, the place that brings bike week (roughly the last week of February through the first week of March) to life. Besides being a living museum of pop culture, Daytona Beach has long played an important role in car culture and you might want to check out the massive racetrack. Daytona Beach is your tour end , you drop off the bikes in the late afternoon at our Eaglerider location. Please advise, if you need assistance in booking a post-night.