News Rally TV Returns to Daytona Bike Week

Rally TV Returns to Daytona Bike Week

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2012 Daytona Beach Bike Week

Rally TV is rolling into Daytona Beach this coming week for the popular Daytona Beach Bike Week for 10 full days of events and activities March 9-18, 2012. Like the crew at Rally TV did last year, they are going to capture all the excitement and high octane action only Daytona Beach can bring.

Produced by Garage-Source Productions, Rally TV’s focus is on sharing the entire lifestyle experience with all bike enthusiasts through fun, interactive and creative video content.

Anyone attending a Bike rally where Rally TV is shooting will find everything online they need for a fantastic week and if you can’t make it in person but still want to be a part of it, Rally TV shares the ultimate rally experience with you.

They are known for producing high quality video content with a ton of crowd interaction and the ability to capture all the fun by covering all the hottest events and activities of the rally.

Rally TV plans to shoot fun and creative segments that give bikers a ton of options on where to go and what to do during the 10-day rally. They also plan on covering a few benefit rides like “Cathy’s Help Ride” on Tuesday, March 13th and the “Wounded Warrior Project” at the Broken Spoke Saloon on Wednesday, March 14th.

They also are planning to cover one of the most popular fundraising events of the week on Thursday, March 15th at the Dog House Bar & Grill on Main Street called the 5th Annual ‘Biker Fusion’ fundraising event, an annual fundraising event that boasts an impressive lineup that includes a live auction, dazzling entertainment and a display of great bikes from a remarkable cast of builders, along with an array of motorcycle industry elite.

Other fun segments they have planned during the week are “Must-Do’s in Daytona” giving riders tips on how to make the most of their rally week; “Burn This Not That” that will capture riders doing random burnouts; and the popular “What’s in your bag?” where they ask riders what they have stashed away in their saddlebags, tool bags or tour packs.

They will also cover some great shows like the Full Throttle Rally Rock show and the Pat Simmons acoustic set at Destination Daytona along with the ColeSlaw Wrestling event at the Cabbage Patch Bar so even if riders can’t make all the events they can go online and see everything they missed.

For Daytona Bike Week Rally TV is proud to partner with the following industry sponsors like Design Engineering (; Heel Guard (, Hot Leathers (, Vegas Bike Fest ( and Zippers Performance (

For more information about Rally TV or to check out what’s happening during Daytona Beach Bike Week visit them online at and also Like them on Facebook.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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