Route 66 Bike Week
Welcome to “Route 66 Bike Week”. Although the event is headquartered in Western Arizona, we are expanding it to stretch the entire length of the Mother Road. It offers participants the opportunity to explore any section they want, at their own pace, while we do our part to maximize the number of riders out there supporting small town America with you! Whether or not YOUR Route 66 Bike Week adventure brings you thru Arizona, know that we are currently working hard to provide activities and “Rally Stops” that will stretch from Chicago to L.A. during Route 66 Bike Week, held annually during the 4th weekend in April. As for accommodations, we recommend you stay at any of the historic motels along Route 66.. This is the best way to get the full experience, as well as help out the small businesses along the way. As for vendors at the event, the mother road is full of mom and pop shops, diners, and attractions. We recommend you belly up to one of them instead of the normal biker rally vendor charging $20 for a corn dog. Route 66 Bike Week is all about gathering like minded people… Motorcycle riders… and supporting the remaining businesses that keep Route 66 alive.
Back at the RT66BW headquarters, in Arizona, riders from all over the world unite for good times and great riding all along the longest uninterrupted stretch of 66 that still exists today. From Needles, CA to Seligman, AZ, with “Rally Central’ being between the Saddle Sore Ranch on Route 66, Cool Springs and Oatman. From there, you can ride the Mother Road east and west, with awesome stops all along the way. Follow in the footsteps of Easy Rider film locations, take a step back in time at a historic Route 66 diner. Stay overnight in a Route 66 motel. We will be planning activities all along this stretch of Route 66, so you are sure to have a great time, and mix in with other riders from around the world!!! Live music, biker games, poker runs, contests, and some of the most amazing riding that you will find anywhere. Get your Route 66 Passport stamped as you go, for a one of a kind souvenir from your time at Route 66 Bike Week. When the sun goes down, you will definitely want to make your way back to the Saddle Sore Ranch for some old school biker fun, campfire party, live music and more.