"Lou," short for Lucifer at Nightmare Haunted House deviled the crowd that braved the rain on the night of Saturday, May 28, 2016, during the Atlantic Beach Bikefest. He got them nearly every time, bringing screams and laughter to the rainy night.
Thirty-five years ago Atlantic Beach Bikefest started across a few blocks in Atlantic Beach. Now, the annual Memorial Day weekend event spreads miles across Myrtle Beach. While the old-timers prefer the quaint gathering up north, younger crowds a
Royal the King from New York came to Myrtle Beach for the first time tonight, selling his rap CDs along Ocean Boulevard. He said he always wanted to come to Myrtle Beach. When he heard it was Atlantic Beach Bikefest, he came down for the party.
Matt Frazier, of Summerville, uses Atlantic Beach Bikefest as a way to advertise his automobile body work. He was displaying a pearly yellow 2015 Mustang near 4th Avenue North and Ocean Boulevard on Friday night.
Several festivalgoers put on an impromptu street concert during Bikefest in Myrtle Beach on Friday. The annual Atlantic Beach Bikefest draws thousands to the area for the three-day event every Memorial Day weekend.
Coastal Alliance members, including leaders from Briarcliffe Acres, Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, North Myrtle Beach and Horry County, were briefed on Bikefest safety plans Wednesday morning. Horry County Emergency Management Director Randy Webste