Elliott Beach Rentals Welcomes Bikers!
The Myrtle Beach Bike Week that occurs each year in May is now known as the Grand Strand Rally and events stretch from the Atlantic Ocean to areas west of the Intracoastal Waterway and through counties north and south. So anywhere you go for your North Myrtle Beach vacation during Bike Week will be suitable for seeing a parade of motorcycles. About 300,000 bikers attend this rally and contribute to its festival-like atmosphere. If you own a Harley-Davidson or any motorcycle or if you just wish you owned a motorcycle, this festival is for you.
lightly and ride your motorcycle to North Myrtle Beach, SC or trailer it
here with your buddies. Once you arrive there is plenty of opportunity
to go cruising. Thanks to Highway 31 you can ride your motorcycle from
Little River in the north to Highway 544 near Garden City in the south
without any traffic lights. Cruise the coast even further and go to the
beautiful waterfront in Georgetown, SC or onto the historic areas of
Charleston, SC during your North Myrtle Beach vacation. You will not be
the only biker on the road. There are many during this rally.
Vendors are set up in clusters throughout the Grand Strand area. Every part and accessory for your motorcycle is easily found during these Bike Weeks. You could also go home with a whole new wardrobe for your motorcycling days and gifts for all your motorcycle-enthusiast friends. New and used motorcycles are on display as are custom builds that are worthy of several photographs.
The Coastal Mall in North Myrtle Beach, SC attracts visitors to outdoor booths and bike displays. Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, SC is also a hub of activity. Murrells Inlet features motorcycle activities, stunts and vendors in a handful of areas, including both locations of Suck Back Blow. Jamin’ Leather is another biker destination as is the Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson store on Kings Highway. Popular bars throughout the Grand Strand turn into Bike Week hang outs for those who want to see and be seen. Look for events north, south and west of Myrtle Beach. Just collecting Bike Week t-shirts from all these bars would yield numerous conversation starters back home simply because of the places you visited: The Rat Hole, Dead Dog Saloon, The Beaver Bar, Fat Jack’s and The Dog House. These rallies always include live music, burn-out pits, parts vendors, clothing and accessories vendors and delicious food. There are raffles, beer specials, bike washes, contests with great prizes, car shows and games.
Links for useful information regarding the upcoming Bike Rallies in the Myrtle Beach Area.
The days and evenings of your North Myrtle Beach vacation
during Bike Week can be exhausting as there is so much to
see and so much riding to do. So it is important to have a
comfortable North Myrtle Beach rental to which you can
retreat. Elliott Beach Rentals is available to assist you
with that task. Explore the North Myrtle Beach rentals
online and get a better idea of what kind of North Myrtle
Beach resorts and what type of amenities are offered.
The Bike Week that is held in the fall is known as The Pilgrimage and is a smaller rally than the 10-day event held in May. It is a five-day festival that tends to have a slower pace than the spring rally. The bikers who attend this Bike Week are usually a little older and tend to be more of the professionals and retirees who ride on the weekends.
For both Bike Weeks the weather in the North Myrtle Beach, SC area is phenomenal. May and September boast very similar average temperature. These are nice times of the year in South Carolina and both months generally see temperatures in the low 80s with lower humidity. Enjoy a North Myrtle Beach vacation during the May Bike Week and you are likely to experience daytime highs that average around 82° with a nighttime low of 59°, perfect for riding motorcycles. In the fall, September temperatures average around 85° during the day and 65° at night.
While the Bike Weeks’ events are held throughout Horry and Georgetown Counties, it is important to be aware of each city’s ordinances as they pertain to motorcycles so an oversight on your part does not ruin your North Myrtle Beach vacation. The City of Myrtle Beach, SC enforces laws that include no loud mufflers and no parking or storage of trailers is allowed on the street. Also note the local noise ordinances.
The North Myrtle Beach, SC area welcomes motorcyclists and wishes that everyone has a terrific and safe Bike Week for their North Myrtle Beach vacation. And Elliott Beach Rentals is standing by to help you plan the perfect North Myrtle Beach vacation for these times of the year.
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