A lot of folks consider Bike Week to be what's happening at the track. The track is certainly a major attraction for locals and visitors alike. I like to go down to the track and park in the infield for the 200. But, there is so much more to see when visiting this area, inside and outside of the city limits. There's always the festivities down town on Main Street. Get out of the city and ride out to Cabbage Patch or head north, up US 1 to whats known as Main Street North. Some might consider all these establishments as dives, but if your visiting, it's all worth checking out while your here. I used to live in that stretch from the Iron Horse North, and my favorite watering hole has to be Smileys Tap, just a bit north of The Horse on the other side of US 1. It's just a small, home town watering hole.
Granted, the Law is everywhere with radar. These events are a cash cow for the area communities. I've lived in this area for 28 years and have never crossed paths with a LEO. There are plenty of ametuers with strait pipes to get their attention. Just keep the speed limit. I'm more concerned with the ametuers with too many beers in them.
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