Myrtle Beach, SC will soon come alive with the sound of Harley engines, live music, poker runs, and much more.
The 2016 Spring Bike Rally is May 13-22 and the Grand Strand is packed with events designed with bikers in mind.
To help you plan your bike vacation to Myrtle Beach, SC for the Harley rally, we have a roundup of some the events you don’t want to miss.
Jamin’ Leather should be one of the first stops visitors make along the Grand Strand during bike week. The store hosts a Bike Week Welcome Center. They will have live music, vendors, and a selfie scavenger hunt. Plus, bikers can park their trailers for free (while space lasts).
There will be several live music venues. In North Myrtle Beach, bikers should stop at The Deck at House of Blues for Throttlefest. Featured performers include Sebastian Bach, Appetite for Destruction, Jamey Johnson, Strutter and Jackyl. See all the concerts by purchasing the MEGA Ticket. Click here for details.
Bike rallies and poker runs will take place throughout the week along the Grand Strand. A few of the rides include Crudes Meet and Greet Ride, South Loop Spring Rally, North Loop Spring Rally and Spring Crusin’ The Coast Poker Run.
Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson, 4710 S. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, will host Spring Rally Hurricane Alley Rally daily from May 13-22. Daily activities at the main dealership include food, over 20 vendors, a NASCAR experience simulator and a merchandise tent with 50% off obsolete and discontinued Harley-Davidson® merchandise. The North Myrtle Beach location, The Harley Shop At The Beach, will have demo rides on site as well as all motorcycle sales and rentals.
Suck Bang Blow will have events every day, including biker games, burnout contests, wet t-shirt contests, live music, and more.
Spokes & Bones Saloon will host its Spring Bike Week daily from 11 a.m.-midnight. Shop from vendors, enjoy live music, biker games, contests, parties and more! Click here for details.
Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach will host a Spring Bike Rally May 13-22 from 9 a.m. -7 p.m. Shop vendors for apparel, parts, accessories and more. The shopping complex’s many restaurants, shops and attractions also have bike week specials and events scheduled. Click here for more information.
For more bike week events, check out our Bike Week page for event listings. On the Bike Week page, you will find information on biker bars, photos from last year, a look at what’s new in Myrtle Beach, and much more.