Couples who want to ride off into the happily ever-after during Bike Week can get married on Friday during the Ride Forever group wedding ceremony on Main Street in Daytona Beach.
Volusia County Clerk of the Circuit Court Laura Roth will preside over what has become a Bike Week tradition as she marries bikers and anyone else who shows up with a valid Florida wedding license.
Couples who want to renew their vows can also participate.
The wedding ceremony during the 79th annual Bike Week will be at Main Street Station, 316 Main St. Eleven couples participated in the event last year. The event is hosted by Roth and Main Street Station.
Couples can start arriving at noon Friday. Couples must present a marriage license and photo identification.
The wedding ceremony begins at 1 p.m. and the wedding cake will be cut at 2 p.m. The event concludes at 3 p.m. with live music by Penta.
All couples will get a decorative marriage certificate.
The ceremony is free.
But couples must pay for their marriage license which costs $86.
Out-of-state couples can get their marriage license the day of the event but Florida residents must get their license three days before at the clerk’s office.
Couples can get a marriage license at either the Daytona Beach Courthouse Annex at 125 E. Orange Ave., or at the Volusia County Courthouse at 101 N. Alabama Ave. in DeLand.