Bike Week Expo is an Motorcycle Venue at Hooters (beside the Myrtle Beach Mall) This Venue will be ACTION PACKED from Thursday MAY 26 thru Sunday MAY 29 with Live Entertainment, Live DJ, Various Motorcycle Clubs from across the NATION, and ALL YOUR BIG NAMES in the Industry. This page is designed not ONLY to Educate our Riders of the Festivities that will be going on but to accrue Vendors for the Event as well.

Don't Wait....ACT NOW. This SPOT is sure to be a SUCCESS year after year. Spaces are limited so get your money right, clear your schedules and start thinking about what products you will be bringing to the next event Memorial Day 2016 (Thursday thru Sunday).
Spaces are limited
so act now!

The Atlantic Beach Bike Fest kicked off in high gear with its Bike Week Expo. Industry heavy weights Myrtle West Customs, Roaring Toyz, Garwood Custom Cycles, Tricked Out Cycles, and TOCE met targets with on-site installations and repairs along with enough 2-wheel glistening, eye-candy to satisfy even the toughest critic's sweet tooth. The excitement didn't stop there. Bike Week Expo aka the "Hot Spot" also included a sick stunt show from Team Myrtle West with female stunt sensation Christina "Crashtina" Billings who showed girl-power alongside her male teammates.

Automotive Rhythms unleashed the new Dodge Charger SRT8 which you made perfect since in this environment. The adrenaline-loving crowd was the perfect audience to showcase the muscle car’s brawny 470 horsepower HEMI as it quickly became a crowd favorite while surrounded by some of the most coveted, custom sportbikes and baggers on the streets. Bike Week may just have found its "Hot Spot" for years to come. Visit page and view the photo gallery now...

Myrtle West's Jonathan Martin had a vision and a plan. His goal was to create an event in Myrtle Beach, SC during Atlantic Beach Bike Fest that would serve as a central location for entertainment, food, fun, etc....In other words, the "Jump Off" spot. Martin settled on the parking lot of the Myrtle Beach Mall to hold the first Myrtle Beach Bike Fest, an ideal location as it was close to highway routes, right on Kings Highway and next to the ever popular Hooters.Quite Simply.....IT WORKED!!!!

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