Ahh, Daytona Beach Bike Week. The annual motorcycle rally is a spring time rite of passage, a reason to remove the trickle charger, gas up the tank, put air in the tires and heed the call of the white sandy beaches of Daytona Beach. By the time Bike Week rolls around each March, most American riders have had their fill of frost and cold and are eager to fire their bikes up once again. Yearly the rally attracts almost a half million motorcyclists eager to get make the exodus to Bike Week with the prospect of sunny days and a chance to feel warmth on their skin again foremost on their minds. Bikers are ready to swarm the bars of Main Street, to take up their favorite position in front of the Boot Hill or Full Moon Saloons to people watch while others are ready to return to the Iron Horse for some unabashed biker revelry. Seeing how the rally celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2016, this might be the perfect year to check it out because years that follow a big anniversary tend to be less crowded and more easy going.