It’s nearly here— Bike Week 2015
Already, you can hear the rumble of Harleys on the highways and scenic roads around Volusia County. This event, with its rich history, has become tradition in Daytona Beach. From that first race in 1937, run on a 3.2 mile beach track and won by an Indian motorcycle, to today’s ten-day long festival filled with events and activities from Ormond Beach and south to New Smyrna. Look not further than the Destination Daytona Complex just north of Ormond Beach, FL— an homage to Harley Davidson and all things Motorcycle— to see just how seriously this area takes Bike Week.
Several of the owners, office crew and employees of D.G. Meyer are avid motorcyclist, and the company recognizes that events such as this are what keep the local economy healthy and growing. In accordance with this interest in Bike Week and motorcycles, D.G. Meyer began having a commemorative tee-shirt printed to distribute among employees and friends in 1994. This custom has grown over the years.. and these shirts have become a bona fide collectors item.