AMA Travel & Tours Announces 2006 Daytona Bike Week ExcursionWednesday, December 14, 2005 | 9:06 AM
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Travel
& Tours has announced its annual getaway package to Daytona Bike
Week -- the motorcycling world's most sought-after destination -- March
7 - 11, 2006, in Daytona Beach, Florida.
The AMA Travel & Tours Daytona Bike Week excursion offers enthusiasts an insider's view of one of American motorcycling's biggest events. The package includes five nights of accommodations at a beach-front resort hotel in the Main Street district, plus passes to a selection of AMA Pro Racing events -- from flat track to AMA Supercross and, of course, the legendary Daytona 200. In addition, AMA Travel & Tours guests will enjoy exclusive pit-and-paddock tours, technical discussions with AMA Pro Racing officials, and opportunities to meet top racers. All guests will be treated to a special Bike Week dinner buffet, and will receive commemorative items from the AMA.
Racing is just one reason for Daytona Bike Week's popularity. Many enthusiasts are drawn to Daytona Beach's extraordinary rolling street scene -- and that's why AMA Travel & Tours' Daytona Bike Week guests will be based at a hotel just minutes from Main Street.
"AMA Travel & Tours Daytona Bike Week package takes all the stress out of enjoying Bike Week," said Frank Covucci, Director of AMA Travel & Tours. "Our guests appreciate knowing that they'll have quality accommodations in an ideal location -- which is nearly impossible without making reservations months ahead of time -- and not having to worry about keeping track of racing schedules or getting credentials."
AMA Travel & Tours limited last year's Daytona Bike Week excursion to the first thirty guests, and expects the 2006 trip to fill quickly. For reservations or more information, call (800) AMA-JOIN, extension 1190.
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