2021 Myrtle Beach Bike Weeks: What to Do This Spring and Fall

Myrtle Beach Bike Weeks are celebrating their 81st anniversary this year. And, after a low turnout in 2020, the spring and fall rallies will be on in full force.

But before you speed off toward the Grand Strand, we’ve got to tell you about the top spring and fall Myrtle Beach Bike Week attractions you just can’t miss. Check out this guide before you start planning your trip!

Things to Do at Myrtle Beach Spring Riding Rally

The Spring Rally at Myrtle Beach will occur from May 7 to 16 in 2021. Here are the events you just can’t miss.

Take a Ride Down the Grand Strand Coastline

Each year, the Myrtle Beach Spring Rally takes bikers on a tour of one of the most beautiful coastlines in America. The Grand Strand stretches the entire coastline of the Carolinas, from Charleston to Wilmington, North Carolina.

Take a trip north up to historic Wilmington. Or you can cruise south all the way to picturesque Charleston. No matter which route you choose, you’ll be awed by the incredible ocean views.

Check Out the Bike Show

Myrtle Beach Bike Week is one of the most famous rallies in the country. As such, it attracts some of the nation’s greatest. And they’ll all have their motorcycles on display at the bike show.

Whether you want to show off your hog or window shop for a new one, the bike show is a must-see.

Bike Week Attractions at the Myrtle Beach Fall Rally

Myrtle Beach Bike Week’s Fall Rally will take place from September 27 through October 3 in 2021. Here are some of the top things to do at the Fall Rally this year.

Head North or South for a Daycation

The best part about Fall Rally at Myrtle Beach is that it’s much calmer than the Spring Rally. Fewer motorcyclists come out for this event, making it perfect for spending a little more leisure time on the Grand Strand.

Many Fall Rally-goers hit the road again for a tour down the coastline. With much less congestion compared to the spring, you can stay awhile in one of the small beach towns dotting the shoreline.

Don’t forget to secure your lodgings before you go. And make sure to stop along the way to visit the local biker hot spots like Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar, the Rat Hole, and the infamous Suck Bang Blow.

Grab a Bite at Plantation Pancake House

Before you head back home from the Fall Rally, grab a farewell bite at the Plantation Pancake House. This motorcycle-friendly eating spot is located in North Myrtle Beach and has the hands-down best breakfast around.

Don’t Miss Myrtle Beach Bike Weeks 2021!

Whether you’re looking for a biker spring break or fall getaway, you can’t miss Myrtle Beach Bike Weeks in 2021. Stay tuned for more updates about what you can expect from the Spring and Fall rallies this year.

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