Hit the Beach

Daytona is one of the most loved beaches on the entire Atlantic coast for what it has to offer. Whether you are visiting for a tan on the warm sands or for an experience of its rich history, you can never be wrong at Daytona. Grab a bike for an extended view of the expansive coast with its unending events. With its long history in biking, Daytona literally allows you to cruise right along the actual seashore. Just be sure to stick to the 10 mph speed limit imposed by Volusia County.

Daytona International Speedway

No biking enthusiast can ever regret spending a couple of hours at the speedway. Designed with the fast rider in mind, the speedway will give you a true test for your capabilities. You may have withheld your throttle along the seashore but the speedway is the place to release it. The facility features a banked race course and a raced platform always packed with inspiring spectators. Check out race schedules on the facility website.

Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail

Escape from normal traffic by taking a ride through the scenic Ormond loop. Enjoy 30-plus mile ride in a quiet place hidden north of Florida with beautiful sightings along the way. The carefully preserved natural environment is home to rare wildlife and historical sites. Stop along the way for a fantastic meal or tasty cupcakes. Oak trees line the driveway to give a cool shade perfect for all biking. Take a break to participate in one of the various activities going on around the loop. Ormond loop is accessible all year round.

Downtown DeLand Main Street

About 25 miles from Daytona to the west of Florida is the award-winning DeLand Street full of life. The street is mainly known for its authentic businesses, trading anything between twentieth century architecture to contemporary gadgets. With the Great American Main Street Award and America’s Main Street contest awards under its belt, you can bet to experience unforgettable moments at the locality. Most important is the charming welcome you will get from the street dwellers whose daily activities are built around receiving visitors.

Biker Saloons

End your day in style with a refreshing drink from the iconic establishments in the north. Right after the US Highway 1 in the Ormond Beach are biker-friendly joints such as Boot Hill Saloon Ormond, Iron Horse Saloon, and the Broken Spoke Saloon. Catch a view of late night beach activities from the overhead decking of the Iron Horse and take some memorable photos up there. Alternatively, enjoy carnivore style entertainment at the Broken Spoke while sharing the day’s experiences with other adventurous bikers.


Water Activities at daytona beach

  • Boating. Boating is always a popular activity in Daytona Beach, and many long-time residents have their own watercrafts. …
  • Scuba Diving. If you have always wanted to learn to scuba dive, Daytona Beach is the perfect place to do it. …
  • Parasailing.
  • Kayaking.
  • Paddle Boarding/Surfing.
  • Jet Skiing.

Daytona Beach Museums & Galleries

For culture seekers, Daytona Beach offers a variety of art, historic and nature museums and galleries, Learn why Daytona Beach is such a unique Florida destination by visiting the Halifax Historical Museum; the Smithsonian-affiliated Museum of Arts & Sciences, Central Florida’s primary art, science and history museum; the Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art and Florida’s only museum dedicated to photography, the Southeast Museum of Photography.