February 10, 2016
Cape Coral Bike Night
Cape Coral Bike Night is a festival where motorcycle enthusiasts can get together and communicate, listen to live bands, eat great food, and just have fun. This event takes place the second Saturday of October, December, February, and April each year. This is a great opportunity to see new products and biker gear, and enjoy a rock-n-roll/country night out on the town with fellow bikers and enthusiasts.
Several blocks of SE 47th Terrace are closed off to all traffic except motorcycles to make way for races, rides and other activities.
Tons and tons of motorcycles are parked and lined up all along the sides of SE 47th Terrace. All the latest and greatest models and makes are at Cape Coral Bike Night, in all kinds of colors and styles.
Over 100 vendors line the street selling food, motorcycle gear, leather clothing and accessories, and lots of other items.
One of the funniest activities is The Big Kahuna Bed Race and Parade. Contestants must use at least a twin size bed, decorate it any way they want, have four pushers, and one person to ride on top of the bed. The beds are paraded first before the race
Proceeds from the bed races and Bikers for Babies Rides go to the Southwest Florida March of Dimes.
Other events include Harley-Davidson bike races, the Hooters’ dunk tank to benefit breast cancer, bull-riding competitions at the Dixie Roadhouse and the Slow Bike Race. Stage performances feature some of the best musical talents in Southwest Florida.
The upcoming festival takes place on Saturday, February 13th , 2016 from 5-10pm at 47th Terrace, Cape Coral, Florida. About 18,000 bikers from across the state are expected to attend.
Cape Coral is a city located in Lee County, Florida, on the Gulf of Mexico. It is the largest city between Tampa and Miami.