Free Motorcycle Towing Available Throughout Daytona's Bike Week 2015

911 Biker Law will partner with Ace Towing to provide free bike towing services for Daytona Bike Week. From March 6- 15, 2015, the No Biker Left Behind program offers bikers a free tow to the Volusia County location of their choice.

"People come to Bike Week to have a fun and safe experience on their bikes. The last thing a biker wants is to be stranded on the side of the road with a broken down motorcycle," said Michael B. Brehne, head attorney of 911 Biker law and owner of custom motorcycles. "If your bike does break down, we want to ensure both you and your bike arrive safely to a repair shop that will help you get back on the road."

911 Biker Law and Ace Towing have a longstanding relationship with the biking community. The two companies saw a need for reliable and affordable towing services during Bike Week and worked together to organize No Biker Left Behind. A biker himself, Brehne uniquely understands the needs of this community.

"During Biketoberfest, my bike broke down," Brehne said. "I was extremely frustrated. But, luckily I knew I could call Ace. I quickly realized how much more frustrating it would have been if I didn't know who I could contact or where I could take my bike."

Motorcyclists who find themselves in need of towing services during Bike Week should call (855) Biker -Law.

For more information on No Biker Left Behind please visit www.911bikerlaw.com or call (407) 645-2195.

 

 

 

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