The smell of fuel fills the air, the revs of choppers roar from miles away, and there are bandanas and cuts galore, all to descend on Volusia County for what can be considered the EDC of the motorcycle world. That’s right. It’s Daytona Bike Week. Celebrating its 59th year in existence, Bike Week, or at the time “Daytona 200” was founded in 1937. However, due to WWII, it was discontinued in 1942 and did not officially start back up until 1947. What started out as just a motorcycle race has blown up to become the 10-day event that last year attracted over half a million people. Ever since last Thursday, Machine Gun America has happily taken part of the event by having an on-site presence in the middle of the festivities, offering shooting experiences in partner with our outdoor range at Volusia County Gun and Hunt Club. We’ll continue to be there until the last day, March 15th, so if you’re attending Bike Week, stop by and say hi!