When bikers roll into Myrtle Beach, Atlantic Beach, and Murrell’s Inlet for the spring bike rallies, the city roars all day and all night. In some areas, the air is filled with excitement – the vibrations of hundreds of rumbling motorcycle engines and the faint smell of gasoline.

But, what happens when you climb down off the motorcycle? Parties, dancing, live music, and fun in the sun.

Atlantic Beach Bikefest 2018, also known as Black Bike Week, will happen May 25-28.

If you plan to ride your bike into town, be sure to familiarize yourself with SC traffic laws, the designated route for motorcycles, and the various events being held in the area.

What’s on The To-Do List?

Myrtle Beach businesses, entertainers, and bike-friendly venues always make sure there is plenty of entertainment during the Atlantic Beach Bikefest, and this year is no different. Here are some of the happenings you might want to check out:

Memorial Day Weekend Pool Party

Flossin @ the Beach 3.0, Memorial Weekend Show N Shine

  • When: Gates open at noon, judging from 14 p.m. May 26
  • Where: North Myrtle Beach Drag Strip, 2003 Star Bluff Road, Longs, SC.
  • Highlights: Bike, car and truck show
  • Cost: $20
  • More info: Call 919-808-0343, visit www.facebook.com/thorpemoney

Club Drip Memorial Weekend Bikefest Events

The Platinum 90s Party

Black Tigers Motorcycle Club’s Back 2 Black All White Party

Third-annual All White Party

SC Motorcycle Accident Attorneys in Atlantic Beach, Myrtle Beach, Murrell’s Inlet

If this is your first time at the Atlantic Beach Bikefest, make sure you plan ahead – there will be congested roads and a lot of traffic delays. Gas up and check your tank often while in town because it can be difficult to get to a gas station when you are caught in Myrtle Beach traffic.

Stay safe, but remember that the Atlantic Beach motorcycle accident lawyers at Coastal Law are here when you need them – if you are hurt in a bike crash caused by another motorist in the Myrtle Beach area, call now for a free consultation to discuss your case, by calling (843) 488-5000 or filling out our online form.

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