Spiked out and wacky as hell, this CBX-powered chopper had a sidecar, flames and lots of spikes. If the Devil rode a bike, surely it'd look like this.
The Myrtle West crew took a second to pose for the camera. Note the full custom S1000RR and the murdered out ZX-14.
Customs are tucked away amongst the choppers anywhere there's room.
**Hess Gas Station
** The local fillerup depot in Daytona is to sportbikes what Main Street is to drunken Harley riders. If you're looking for custom bikes, familiar faces or just another sucker to race, you'll likely find it at the Hess.
Serious local talent could be found at the various stunt shows all weekend long.
Biketoberfest even attracts angels from the clouds above...
Wonder Woman boots on a white 'Busa-priceless.
Thousands of bikers take over the beach town each fall for a week of riding, dining and raising hell. Whether you were at the various bike shows, stunt exhibitions, bikini contests, organized rides or just hanging out on the world famous main street, Biketoberfest was the place to be for one final blowout before the cold weather sets in.
SSB saddled up to see the mayhem firsthand and caught up with crews from Roaring Toyz, Myrtle West and Garwood Custom Cycles, just to name a few. Aside from the big name builders there were plenty of privately built custom bikes and performance machines blitzing the boulevards.