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Bumper Program For Daytona 200 2016 | August 6, 2015

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America’s most historic motorcycle race will turn 75 next season, as plans ramp up to make the 2016 Daytona 200 one to remember.

The race will once again be sanctioned by the American Sportbike Racing Association (ASRA), running 600cc machinery for the 57 laps of the 3.51-mile classic event.

“We are thrilled to continue to work with American SportBike Racing Association as the sanctioning body for the Daytona 200,” Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood said. “It’s an important anniversary for the Daytona 200 in 2016 and we look forward to celebrating this event’s rich history with an exciting event featuring riders battling for a competitive purse and a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona.”

The event will also feature a host of support races with the ASRA and Championship Cup Series running on Thursday, March 10 through Sunday, March 12. Daytona 200 qualifying will take place on Friday, March 11.

Daytona Bike Week will once again be back in full swing, with a huge variety of shows and events on display for racing fans. Saturday, March 5 will see the Monster Energy AMA Supercross boys take to the infield in the only supercross race in Florida, while a week later on March 10-11 it will be the turn of the AMA Pro Flat Track field to tear up the oval l jpqhwfkg. gold diamond rolex presidentialocated outside Daytona’s turns one and two.

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What are the most famous motorcycle rallies in the U.S.? by Jacob Clifton NEXT PAGE NEXT    Up to 650,000 bikers attend the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the small town of Sturgis, S.D. Photo courtesy of the City of Sturgis Rally Department

Get into any conversation about motorcycle rallies, and you're likely to hear first and most often about the big four: Sturgis, Daytona, Laconia and Myrtle Beach. With attendance estimates generally around a half-million riders every year, these are the most famous and the oldest of all our nation's bike gatherings. Builders, vendors and manufacturers treat them like expos, meaning a rally is also your chance to see the newest bikes, improvements and modifications before anyone else.

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, which takes place in mid-August in South Dakota, gets up to 650,000 attendees, depending on gas prices in a given year. It was founded in 1938 and it's only been called off twice, thanks to rationing during WWII. This tiny town in the Black Hills only has about 7,000 full-time residents, which makes it even clearer how big a deal this rally has become. Dramatic landscapes and runs offer excitement, while the sheer volume of fellow riders ensures that you'll have a blast.

Daytona Bike Week started in 1937 but spent five years (1942 to 1947) on hiatus during World War II. At least, officially. Many bikers found their way to Daytona during that time anyway, to continue the week's events. Close to Silver Springs, Kennedy Space Center, and several theme and water parks, Daytona's great as a home base if you'd like to explore the surrounding countryside -- but with traditions like Big Daddy Rat's Custom Chopper Show and coleslaw wrestling matches, you may find it difficult to tear yourself away.

Further north, there's Laconia Motorcycle Week in Laconia, N.H. Started in 1924, Laconia is now generally known as the third largest of the big four. Famous for its Biggest Beer Belly contest and thrilling demo rides, it's also close to a few other spots of interest, such as the Motorcyclist Shrine in Colebrook, a few hours north, and the reenacted frontier life of Charlestown, a couple hours southwest.

Myrtle Beach Bike Week, now in its 70s, takes place in mid-May. Its location on the coast makes Myrtle Beach beautifully temperate that time of year, although the town plays host to a few other rallies throughout the year. Motocross racing, custom motorcycle shows and a vibrant live music scene add to the fun. Within a couple of hours' driving distance of castles, wildlife refuges and even a USS Battleship, Myrtle Beach pretty much has it all.

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