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2014 Daytona Bike Week Photo Gallery
American Picker Mike Wolfe is in town at Daytona Beach helping get the party started. Here he works the crowd at the Full Moon Saloon during the Indian Owners appreciation party.
Motorcycle USA is on the scene at Daytona Beach covering as much of the 73rd annual rally as possible, from the craziness of Main Street to the action at the Speedway to bike shows like Willie's and the Harley Ride-In Show.
There's some epic scenery surrounding Daytona Beach and plenty of riding to be done. Now if we could only find a turn!
Meet Donnie Donahue of Hot Springs, Arkansas, aka 'The luckiest man at Bike Week 2014' after winning the loan of a 2014 Indian Chief for a whole year Saturday night.
Yup, me and Rick Fairless are from the same generation. We met Rick at the Speedway to talk about the Allstate Sweepstakes motorcycle he customized.
Rick Fairless worked his magic on this Victory Vegas 8-Ball for Allstate Insurance. One lucky winner will win this bike along with a trip to Strokers Dallas for a one-off paint job courtesy of Fairless.
The Spanish moss-draped trees of Florida are full of character.
We took a ride out to De Leon Springs, which once was a thriving sugar mill and now serves as home to the popular Old Spanish Sugar Mill Grill and Griddle House.
The 2015 Victory Gunner has plenty of giddyup! We spent a day being among the first to test Victory Motorcycles latest cruiser.
Mike Wolfe, a spokesman for Indian Motorcycle, has a rough job sometimes.
We were getting our grub on at the Old Spanish Sugar Mill Grill and Griddle House where you get to make your own pancakes right at the table.
Big wheeled baggers are a common site on Main Street Daytona Beach Bike Week 2014.
She was rockin' her pink boots while cruising down Main Street on her raked-out chopper.
We ran across this sweet Jesse Rooke-built custom while walking down Main Street Daytona Beach.
Music spills out of just about every venue on Main Street during Bike Week.
We took a ride to historic to St. Augustine Tuesday on a 2014 Indian Chief Classic, the motorcycle made from a company with plenty of history in its own right.
The owner of this motorcycle took the murdered-out look to extreme.
The Castillo de San Marcos, a 300-year-old Spanish fortress, is rich in history and was one of the highlights of our trip to St. Augustine.
The bartenders at Bad Boys on Main Street help keep the Bike Week party going.
You will tip me good knave - or else!
Jay-Bird, son of Rat's Hole owner Ted Smith, was rockin' the retro 1980s Rat's Hole jacket.
A trip to historic St. Augustine, the oldest American settlement, is a great way to escape the zaniness of Main Street during Bike Week.
We got a chance to hang out with American Picker Mike Wolfe at the Indian Motorcycle owner appreciation party.
Wanna race? Horse power meets horsepower in the carriage square of St. Augustine.
Believe it or not, somewhere in this super radical is the heart of a Harley-Davidson.
V is for Victory! Motorcycles, that is.
The venerable Willie G Davidson was a special guest at the 2014 Harley-Davidson Bike Week Ride-In Custom Bike Show.
Gale McFarland (center) has been coming to Bike Week for 46 years straight on his 1968 XLCH Sportster and was honored to receive his award from Willie G and Bill Davidson at the Harley Ride-In Bike Show.
Looks like she's channeling her best Miley Cyrus.
TV personality, fabricator, and total gearhead Jessi Combs found a bike she liked at the Harley-Davidson Ride-In Bike Show.
Groovy!! This '70s chopper was rockin' a coffin tank and old school king & queen saddle.
Bill Davidson was all smiles while checking out the custom Harleys at the 2014 Bike Week Ride-In Bike Show.
Baggers like this made the Custom Touring Class the most hotly contested of all the classes in the 2014 Harley Bike Week Ride-In Bike Show.
Willie G talks shop to the owner of a 1912 'Silent Gray Fellow' at the Harley Ride-In Bike Show.
They call it 'Spartacus,' a 2010 Artisinal Chopper owned by Christian Rivard. The also call it 'Best of Show' winner in the 2014 Harley Bike Week Ride-In Custom Bike Show.
Christian Rivard steps up to the stage to accept his award for 'Best of Show' at the Harley Ride-In Bike Show.
A rat Knucklehead! Motorcycles entered in the Harley custom bike show ran the gamut.
This 1912 Harley, an entrant in the Antique Pre-1948 class, is up for sale. Any takers?
Just about every inch of Christian Rivard's award-winning super radical is customized.
Motorcycles squeezed in almost everywhere beneath the red and white sign of Willie's Tropical Tattoo during his annual Old School Chopper Show.
Curly and cute, pin-up girls and old school scoots go hand-in-hand with Willie's Tropical Tattoo annual bike show during Bike Week.
There were almost as many interesting bikes parked outside of Willie's as there was inside.
A steady stream of bikers filled the streets around Willie's for his annual Bike Week chopper show.
Tell us how you really feel, Roadside Marty!
Catchin' up with friends is part of the beauty of Willie's Tropical Tattoo Old School Bike Show.
The beauty of a bike in its original condition is not lost on the crowd at Willie's Tropical Tattoo Old School Chopper Show.
The ribbed frame, dirigible-like intake and poppin' metal flake paint of the 'Lincoln Zephyr' attracted a lions share of attention at Willie's 2014 show.
Parting the sea at Willie's Tropical Tattoo Show 2014.
Split tanks attached by wing nuts are signature cues of Jason Grimes and Northeast Chop Shop.
This bad-ass bobber had a paint job worthy of 'The King' Richard Petty.
Willie's Tropical Tattoo Show is pants-optional, as long as you have legs like this.
At Willie's, it's not about who has the shiniest paint or most chrome but more about the artistry and craftsmanship of daily riders.
This cat in the hat has a patriotic side.
Dave Perewitz and crowd-favorite Christi share some sunshine at the show.
UJMs are popular sources for customization and held their own at Willie's show.
While attendance at Bike Week 2014 had felt light so far, the same couldn't be said about Willie's Tropical Tattoo Show which had the biggest turnout it's seen in years.
Rat bikes are always a feast on the eyes. The longer you stare at them, the more they reveal their bounty of treasures.
People still like to poke fun at Harley's AMF years.
Big beards and denim vests were big at this year's Tropical Tattoo Show. Matter of fact, they seem to be big every year at Willie's.
It's a thug life for me!
Old school cool never gets old at Willie's Tropical Tattoo Show.
Rat bikes, bobbers, choppers and more squeezed in everywhere for Willie's annual Bike Week chopper show.
Original and a runner! Gotta love the variety of bikes that show up at Willie's Tropical Tattoo Bike Week blowout.
Good friends and fun times were to be had at Willie's Tropical Tattoo Old School Chopper Show 2014.
Willie's 2014 Tropical Tattoo Bike Show had one of its best turnouts in years.
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