Each year, thousands of bikers travel to South Carolina’s beautiful Atlantic Coast for a celebration of motorcycles known as Myrtle Beach Bike Week.
For decades, motorcyclists have headed to Myrtle Beach to enjoy the city’s entertainment, tasty seafood restaurants, and some of the best biker bars in the country.
The 81st annual Bike Week, which runs from July 13 – 19, 2020, is a riding event that celebrates motorcycles while also bringing awareness to bike safety.
The best way to experience Bike Week is to cruise along the coastline of the Carolinas and take it all in. Bike routes going both north and south offer plenty of tourist attractions and pretty scenery.
Below are some highlights from each route:
While you are enjoying the sights and sounds of Myrtle Beach Bike Week, safety needs to be your No. 1 priority. Here are eight tips for staying safe during Bike Week:
When you follow the above tips, motorcycle accidents and injuries are less likely to happen. Many experienced motorcycle riders have never been involved in an accident because of their attention and commitment to safety. However, even the safest biker has no control over what other motorists do on the road.
Have a safe and fun time at this year’s Bike Week!
If you have suffered injuries in a motorcycle accident in South Carolina that was someone else’s fault, contact Jebaily Law Firm today. For Over 50 Years, we have helped accident victims throughout the state as well as out-of-state motorcyclists who were harmed while visiting South Carolina.
Contact us now for a free, no-obligation evaluation of your motorcycle accident case.
Jebaily Law Firm, is one of South Carolina’s long-established and well-respected legal practices. Located in Florence, S.C., we are trial lawyers focused on plaintiff litigation in personal injury, workers’ compensation, social security disability, and criminal defense. Established in 1969, we have more than 100 years of combined legal experience in protecting the rights of clients and advocating for the safety and well-being of South Carolina citizens.