Myrtle Beach Bike Rallies
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.
Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts, vendors, fans and more cruised into Atlantic Beach on Friday to kick off the annual Bikefest. The three-day event runs through Memorial Day.
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.
Traffic along Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach was slow-going Friday afternoon as tourists and locals flocked to the street to watch Atlantic Beach Bikfest roll in.
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 Webster said recommendations were made to improve security, traffic control and communications. The details of the plans and improvements recommended from last year's Memorial Day weekend will be hammered out in the coming months as a special task force prepares for the 2016 Atlantic Beach Bikefest.
Gov. Nikki Haley discusses what worked at Memorial Day Bikefest in Myrtle Beach and promises continued state support.
Watch 24 hours of Bikefest sped up to under 20 seconds as filmed from a hotel on Fourth Avenue North on Ocean Boulevard.
Demekiah Brown comments on Myrtle Beach's 23-mile traffic loop put in place for Atlantic Beach Bikefest and Memorial Day weekend. Her comments are similar to many others heard this week.
Visitors enjoy music as they cruise Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach during the Atlantic Beach Memorial Day Bikefest
Check out a video of bikers as they make their ways into town for the start of Bikefest